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  • n. a style of women's clothing created by Christian Dior in 1947; involved a tight bodice and narrow waist and a flowing pleated skirt


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  • New Look, which is owned by Apax Partners and Permira, was seeking to raise £650 million ($1.02 billion) in a flotation at the beginning of March.

    New Look Joins List of IPO Delays

  • The postponement came 10 days after New Look, which is backed by private equity, formally announced its £1. 7bn initial public offering (IPO).

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  • It really is a question of the emperor's new clothes, particularly in the case of New Look, which is saddled with so much debt that investors have, quite rightly, run scared.

    The Independent - Frontpage RSS Feed

  • Ready to Wear: The New Look is a projection of a woman that heterosexual men dream of

    News On Japan

  • In the late 1940s and 1950s, psychologists examined what's called the New Look approach to perception - the idea that perception is a constructive process heavily influenced by an individual's desires, needs, and values.

  • The New Look is the 1947 ladies 'silhouette by Christian Dior.

    The Lubbock Avalanche-Journal:Today's Headlines

  • It has, however, worked on a number of other deals that launched, such as New Look and Ferrous Resources, and which were then pulled prior to setting a price range, and so are not included on the table.

    The League Table Banks Should Avoid

  • Debenhams, and its highly leveraged cousins such as New Look, may be stable at the moment.

    Taylor Wimpey's capital failure

  • SuperGroup's move comes despite several big names such as New Look, Travelport and ¬Merlin Entertainment deciding to pull their IPOs last week, citing volatile market conditions and lack of interest among investors.

    New Statesman

  • For day-to-day dressing she buys from high street chains such as New Look, Marks news business sport the Daily Telegraph newspaper Sunday Telegraph

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