There's pressure on the luxury sector, but Neiman Marcus says its shoppers are hanging in.
“We have seen no change in the mood of our customers,” Karen Katz, president and chief executive officer of Neiman Marcus Inc., told WWD on Wednesday. “They are learning to live with uncertainty, and we are learning to manage our business in the mood of uncertainty.”
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