By  on October 6, 2008

For Marvin Traub, the former Bloomingdale’s chairman and chief executive turned consultant-deal-maker, traveling to places like Paris, Dubai and Mumbai, India — among his favorite cities outside New York — is like commuting. He logged 210,000 air miles last year visiting 14 countries.

At 83, Traub maintains a schedule as rigorous as anyone half his age, defies the notion that aging means losing touch and embodies the spirit of globalization with his flurry of recent cross-border licensing and retail projects. He’s driven by a love of travel, curiosity and fueled by fashion’s wheeling and dealing — not to mention the limelight that can go with it.

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