NEW YORK — Mindy Grossman expects more creativity to emerge out of the economic downturn.
The HSN Inc. chief executive officer shared her optimistic take on “Redefining the Rules of Fashion in Today’s Economy” with 300 fashion students at the Fashion Scholarship Fund (formerly YMA) Roundtable, along with fellow panelists Zac Posen; Alex Gonzalez, creative director of AR New York, a brand-positioning firm; Les Steiger, senior vice president and general merchandising manager of men’s at Macy’s Central; Mary Alice Stephenson, Harper’s Bazaar contributing fashion editor, and fit model Josh Button. Tim Gunn moderated the discussion at the Directors Guild of America last week.
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