Fashion

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    Jimmy Choo creates Fukushima shoes line

    Designer Jimmy Choo unveiled a one-off range of shoes in Japan on Friday, made using materials and techniques native to the disaster-hit Fukushima area, in a bid to boost the profile of...

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    The Benetton makeover

    The Italian apparel group is redirecting its focus on the consumer with a new store concept that offers a more coordinated, fashion-forward range and more accessories. The brand plans to...

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    The Kooples opens shop in the U.S.

    The Kooples is taking its next retail steps in the United States. After launching corners there in 2012, the brand is now opening its first three U.S. stores in Los Angeles, San Francisco...

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    Gant opens flagship store in Milan

    The ready-to-wear sportswear line owned by Swiss group Maus Frères has opened a four-story, 350-square-meter flagship store on the Via Manzoni in downtown Milan.

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    Cheap Monday has opened in the Marais

    Cheap Monday has opened the doors of its first store in Paris, located at 121 rue Vieille du Temple (4th arrondisement), ten years after opening in a handfull of multibrand stores in the...

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    Levi Strauss: a positive quarter in Europe

    The American group, owner of Levi's and Dockers, recorded a 1% sales decline in the first quarter of 2014 compared to the same period last year. But its European division has helds its...

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    Lee unveils new store concept

    The denim brand will use its new store on Rue du Temple in Paris (opening on Sunday) as the prototype for a new store concept it is developing.

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    Benetton finishes 2013 in the red

    The Italian fashion group ended 2013 with a 10% drop in revenues and recorded a loss for the second time in its history, according to an interview with its CEO in the Italian newspaper...