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Fashion

Tokyo Gets More Salable

Designers and retailers may have withstood a typhoon during this city’s six-day fashion week, but economic headwinds are still gusting.

– 12:02 AM, EDT

Media

Harvard Business Review Ranks Top CEO's

The November issue lists the world’s top 100 ceo’s, and 14 of them hail from the fashion and retailing world.

– 12:01 AM, EDT

Fashion

Victor Cruz Fronts for Kith and Ones Stroke Capsule

The collaboration between Ones Stroke and the downtown streetwear store marks the first time that the Japanese label will be sold Stateside.

– 12:01 AM, EDT

The Markets

Denim's Tough Trail to Asian Acceptance

Denim may be acceptable in nearly any and all situations in the U.S. these days, but in Asia jeans are still seen as utilitarian and casual.

– 12:01 AM, EDT

Business

WWD Global Stock Tracker Unchanged

Major U.S. indices sacrificed some of the gains recorded in recent days.

– October 22, 2014

Business

AAFA Signs MOU with Chinese Chamber

The AAFA and China Chamber of Commerce signed a memorandum to facilitate deeper dialogue between U.S. and Chinese apparel and textile companies.

– October 22, 2014

Business

Bangladesh Alliance Contracts for Independent Assessment

The project team will be led by Hasanat Alamgir, an associate professor of occupational health at the University of Texas School of Public Health.

– October 22, 2014

Business

Galeries Lafayette Names CEO for China

Paul Burke is to oversee the French department store’s expansion in the country.

– October 22, 2014

Men's

Image Consulting Gaining a Foothold in China

A growing number of Chinese men are seeking professional help to dress and look better.

– October 22, 2014

Fashion

Jenny Packham Opening Hong Kong Flagship

The London designer is set to open a 860-square-foot store in the city's Central district next month.

– October 21, 2014

Business

ILO Urges Further Reform in Bangladesh

The International Labor Organization intensified the pressure on the Bangladesh government to make stronger reforms in its garment industry.

– October 21, 2014

The Markets

Cambodia Factory Floor Collapses, Injures Seven

Garment workers were injured when the floor of a factory producing clothing for Swedish retailer H&M partially collapsed.

– October 21, 2014

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