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Chamber Design Boutique Opens in Chelsea

Just steps from the High Line’s West 23rd Street entrance, the location isn’t its only art-infused attribute.

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No Change in Plans at Carven

The brand is maintaining its plans for expansion in the wake of the departure of its creative director Guillaume Henry, ceo Henri Sebaoun said.

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Jonathan Anderson Preps Loewe for Next Chapter

The designer, who stages his first runway show for Loewe today, is setting out to modernize the Spanish house.

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Carven Confirms Exit of Guillaume Henry

Designer is said to be front runner to take over Nina Ricci.

Ginori Taps New CEO and Creative Head

The relaunch of Richard Ginori continues with the appointment of a new creative director, Alessandro Michele, and a new ceo, Micaela le Divelec Lemmi.

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Michael Kors Reveals Initiatives to Support Watch Hunger Stop

Tied in with World Food Day on Oct. 16, the month’s activities include the launch of a limited-edition watch.

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Caroline Brown Resigns From Carolina Herrera

The brand's president is leaving after a four-year tenure.

Etro Names Francesco Giannaccari as General Manager

The role was previously held by Ippolito Etro, who exited his family’s company last March.

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Julie de Libran Preps for Debut

Sonia Rykiel's new artistic director is to parade her first collection on Monday during Paris Fashion Week.

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Easy, Feminine Looks a Hit in Milan

The Seventies vibe all over the Milan runways this season was a hit with retailers, who praised the designs and a heightened play on Italian craftsmanship.

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Benjamin Moore Brushes Up With CFDA

To kick off the initiative, Benjamin Moore will honor Trina Turk with its inaugural CFDA Trailblazer Award at the HUE Awards in New York.

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