By and  on May 28, 2008

NEW YORK — The fashion world has another drama to fixate on as angry shareholders continue to circle around NexCen Brands Inc.

The unraveling of the global brand management firm has the attributes that make for a good miniseries — or novel: a late high-living fashion designer (Bill Blass); the equally high-living executive who made the designer an even wealthier man and was determined to follow in his footsteps (Robert D’Loren, NexCen’s president and chief executive officer), and scores of industry veterans who pumped money into a business model that, while unproven, offered the chance to make millions. Oh, and there are cookies, pretzels and ice cream, too.

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