The campaign, photographed by Gregory Harris, will break on Sept. 1.
The new five-year agreement is to last until 2022.
Retail and luxury stocks were also in retreat early on Friday.
Mohamed Hadid has been sentenced to 200 hours of community service, but the fate of the house is still to be decided.
The site, founded by former investment banker and wealth manager Nina Farran, is looking to grow its footprint in sustainable luxury.
The private equity firm continues to look at deals in the beauty space.
The NRF estimates that border taxes would cost the average family up to $1,700 a year.
Wednesday’s VIP guest? Brigsby Bear himself.
The quarterly results pushed shares of the publisher higher.
Advertising revenues fell 6.3 percent in the magazine business over the first half despite resilience in circulation numbers, the group said.
Parul Sehgal will join The New York Times’ team of daily book critics.
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