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Fashion Week Brings $770M to New York

A look at the economic impact of Fashion Week on the fashion capital of the world: New York City.

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  1. Capitalizing on a Once Marginalized Market

    Standing in a sunny, soon-to-be-open Brooklyn showroom organizing shirts and pants on various shelves, straightening models' clothing, and talking about his latest l...

  2. Threading together dreams for ‘big’ success’s Victoria Craig talks entrepreneurial fashion success with men’s fashion designer Peter Manning.

  3. Branding tips from DKNY Core Girl Dallas Shaw’s Natalia Angulo talks business with fashion illustrator and new DKNY Fragrances’ Core Girl Dallas Shaw.

  4. What aspiring fashion designers need to create success

    Small Business Center: Trends at New York Fashion week , pros and cons of going into business with your spouse, wine inspired by love, and the first ready-to-pour tea mixer company

  5. Daughter sues parents for financial support

    Author Deirdre Imus and FNC’s Lis Wiehl on a New Jersey teen suing her parents, the Atkins diet and women’s fashion.

  6. Accessible luxury snaps at heels of mega brands

    While Gucci and Louis Vuitton blame slumping sales on their upmarket drive they argue will help them regain some of their lost glory, there is growing evidence they ...

  7. Shoppers Snag Affordable Luxury over Big Brands

    While Gucci and Louis Vuitton blame slumping sales on their upmarket drive they argue will help them regain some of their lost glory, there is growing evidence they ...

  8. 10 Worst Celebrity Business Fails

    While some famous faces have gone on to start highly successful businesses, others should really just stick to what they know. As these 10 failed celebrity business ventures prove, having money and fame doesn't always mean you can run a company.

  9. The Man Behind Kate Spade's Glittery Rebound

    It's a power many men wish they had, but one Craig Leavitt has perfected.He knows exactly what women want.At least, he knows what they want when their desires come d...

  10. Stitch Fix Lands $12M to Offer Fashionistas a Style 'Fix'

    Digital personal-styling site Stitch Fix, which sends fashion ‘fixes’ in a box to customers who upload a profile to the site, scores $12 million from Benchmark Capital.

  11. Domenico Vacca's Unique Style

    What do Tommy Hilfiger, Denzel Washington, Valentino, Daniel Day Lewis, Ivana Trump, Queen Latifah, Ariana Huffington, Forest Whitaker, the King of Saudi Arabia and ...

  12. Fashion designers look to patents to fight knockoffs

    Design companies tending to the details of fashion shows have more to think about than skirt lengths and handbag clasps - they must decide whether to seek U.S. paten...

  1. Fashion Week Dresses to Impress NYC

    It’s just a dress. No big deal.Well, actually it is.You don’t have to be a Prada-loving fashionista to see the sequins on the wall. With the economy still shaky, the...

  2. New York Reclaims No. 1 Spot in the Fashion World

    ReutersThe Big Apple is back on top. Reclaiming its status as the fashion capital of the world, a title it had held for five years before falling off in 2009, New Yo...

  3. Fashion Week Gets a Makeover

    Fashion week moves uptown to Lincoln Center from Bryant Park. Here's a look at the updates for the 2010 event.

  4. Adding Mediterranean flavor to your summer meal

    Bocca Di Bacco Executive Chef Kristin Sollenne on some Mediterranean recipes to spice up your Labor Day weekend meals.

  5. Backlash over skinny model in photo tweeted by Gap

    Plus-size model Lizzie Miller on the controversy over a recent tweet by Gap.

  6. Robots create fashionable dresses

    Natalia Allen founder Natalia Allen on using robots to change the way women’s clothing is made.

  7. The business of ‘pop-up’ retail

    Storefront co-founder and CEO Erik Elaison on the company and its future plans.

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