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Condé Nast To Sell Its Flagship Journal, WWD

Penske Media will close a deal in September to purchase Fairchild Fashion Media, the media powerhouse behind its flagship journal, WWD, from Condé Nast. The sale price was about $100 million, … 178 more words

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Jourdan Dunn and Joan Smalls Among World's Highest Paid Models

Brit model Jourdan Dunn said she use to hide away because of her skinny figure, but that skinny figure has made her one of the world’s highest paying models for 2014. 190 more words

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Ethical Fashion: Luxury Fashion Brands Changing Lives In Africa

 

Do you really care if fashion comes out of Kenya if it’s quality and the products are beautiful?

The streets of Nairobi’s Korogocho are not lined with rows of luxury fashion boutiques, but they are lined with African artisans who hale from the slums and disadvantaged rural areas to work with the world’s most renowned luxury brands to create luxury goods. 336 more words

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Angelina Jolie Is a Secret Shoe Designer

She is not only a beautiful singer, human rights activist and a role model, Angelina Jolie has been busy designing shoes with the one and only Christian Louboutin! 24 more words

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Britney Spears New Fashion Line

“Lace And Leather” isn’t just a Britney Spears song anymore thanks to the singer’s new line of lingerie, The Intimate Collection.

Spears will celebrate the line’s September 9 release at an exclusive party during New York Fashion Week.

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Denim Drama: Are jeans really going out of fashion?!

Apparently, Denim sales across the world have dropped causing some major losses for big names like Levi’s and Lee! 

Even Levi Strauss & Co, a name synonymous with jeans, is struggling, with second-quarter revenue dropping 2 percent from last year and net profit falling a whopping 76 percent because of falling sales in the U.S.

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The Three Business Phases Of Diane Von Furstenberg

Diane von Furstenberg (“DVF”) released an iconic wrap dress in 1974 that became a social phenomenon and garnered $150M in annual sales by 1979. Subsequently, bad business decisions forced her to close down shop and abandoned New York for Paris. 357 more words

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