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• Brian Wolk and Claude Morais, the designers behind New York label Ruffian, have joined forces with Macy’s to create a men’s collection. The label, called Threads & Heirs, will feature a new guest designer each year, with Ruffian designing for the first two seasons. Threads & Heirs will hit the stores in March and will consist of casual menswear. All pieces are expected to be priced below $100. [Reuters]

• Forbes has released their list of the Top Earning Dead Celebrities this week and fashion designer Yves Saint Laurent tops the list, surpassing singer Michael Jackson. [Forbes]

• Next Model Management has added another fashion blogger to their portfolio, signing BunnyBISOUS’s Julia Frakes in New York. Earlier this year they signed Rumi Neely of Fashion Toast to their LA branch. [Fashionologie]

• The French tribunal in charge of overseeing the sale of Christian Lacroix has postponed the hearings until November 17, citing the need to finalize an “economic recovery plan” before they approve the deal. [AFP]

• Versace have announced plans to cut 350 jobs by the middle of 2010 in order to increase profitability by 2011. The announcement comes off the back of the closure of all Versace stores in Japan. [WSJ]

• While in Moscow earlier this week, Giorgio Armani hinted at retirement. “I’m organizing staff who will continue my work,” he said. Armani was in Moscow to lend his support to the Russian fashion industry, which has been crippled by the economic crisis. [Reuters]

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  3. MizzJ

    October 29, 2009 at 4:33 AM

    Wow so sad to hear how bad the fashion industry is doing in this economy.

  4. MizzJ

    October 29, 2009 at 12:33 AM

    Wow so sad to hear how bad the fashion industry is doing in this economy.

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