Janet E. Grove, a Macy’s Inc. vice chairman and key architect of the store’s $5 billion stable of in-house brands, retired this summer.
Under her watch, private brand penetration as a percentage of Macy’s overall volume doubled from about 10 percent to just less than 20 percent, and Macy’s women’s private brands — including I.N.C., Style & Co. and Alfani — blossomed, bringing balance to a business that had been more developed in men’s, home and intimate apparel.
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