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Fashion

Week in Review: 10/25/2014

WWD highlights the 10 must-read stories of the week.

– October 25, 2014

Men's

In the Spotlight: 'Contemporary Menswear'

“Contemporary Menswear” offers a comprehensive summary of men’s heritage brands.

– October 24, 2014

The Markets

Robert Rodriguez Moving to Better Sportswear

This Tuesday, One Jeanswear Group will unveil Robert Rodriguez as a better sportswear brand, with plans for a February launch for spring.

– October 24, 2014

Media

Images of the Week: 10/24/2014

A look back at the week's stories, as told in pictures.

– October 24, 2014

Eye

Joyce DiDonato: Leave It to Diva

She is due to give two concerts at Carnegie Hall, one from Handel’s opera “Alcino” on Sunday and one of “A Journey Through Venice” on Nov. 4.

– October 24, 2014

Business

WWD Global Stock Tracker Up for Week

Small gain on Friday despite specialty store declines.

– October 24, 2014

Footwear News

Mohr and K1X Debut Newest Collaboration

The brands aim for avant-garde and street style blend on one sneaker.

– October 24, 2014

Footwear News

Asics Takes the A Train

The brand opens 42nd Street store in New York.

– October 24, 2014

Accessories

Irene Neuwirth Opens First Boutique

The store looks more like an upscale Paris apartment, complete with a gourmet kitchen built into the rear of retail space.

– October 24, 2014

Men's

Billy Reid Sets Opening of Second New York Store

The 650-square-foot unit will be the designer’s 11th U.S. store.

– October 24, 2014

Footwear News

Joseph Goldberg Dead at 81

Longtime Two Ten volunteer and shoe industry businessman passes in St. Louis.

– October 24, 2014

Footwear News

Top Instagram Moments of the Week

FN combs the social media platform for the best snaps from — and of — the footwear community.

– October 24, 2014

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