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Also, Macy's and FAO Schwarz plan to combine, and P. Diddy thinks the inauguration is like Bungalow 8.
Also, French 'Vogue' will reportedly dedicate an entire issue to Lara Stone, and Roisin Murphy preps for her couture runway debut.
Unlike stores like American Eagle, Abercrombie is not lowering prices to get consumers to spend, and they're paying for it.
Also, sales of men's dress shirts plummet and the Obedient Sons label is inspired by a polygamist.
The fast-fashion retailer plans to open a mammoth flagship — which is either fabulous or frightening, depending on how you look at it.
Most are cutting by 10 or 15 percent. Designers are also cutting costs.
They announced this in a meeting yesterday held to convince investors they plan to start making money soon.
Sir Philip Green says construction on the store has been a "logistical nightmare." Boo.
Companies like Saks and Missoni are freaking out about Wall Street, but high-end jewelers aren't worried at all.
The opening has been delayed, but the situation looks worse than we thought.
Who doesn’t want to cash in on the Fashion Week craze?
With less than 24 hours to go till Colette x Gap opens, we thought we'd swing by for a peek inside.
Topshop's Soho store probably won't open until November, but its U.S. site launches in less than a week
In a trip to the designer's store, the 'Times' "Critical Shopper" finds that he feels a little inadequate.
We paid a long-overdue visit to the store to find out.
Also Doutzen Kroes's new Victoria's Secret ad is out and Chanel Iman might have a new beau.
We're in Chelsea, reporting live from the most wonderful melee of them all.
It includes tailored deconstructed jackets, baggy shorts, and stretch wool skirts. And we have a picture!