Those signature red doors at Talbots are coming off their hinges.
“They’ve become a bit of a hindrance for attracting new customers. They see the red door — they think it’s their grandmother’s store,” said Trudy F. Sullivan, president and chief executive officer of the $1.24 billion Talbots, who for three years has been leading a turnaround of the chain, long a predictable mainstay in malls and on main streets across America.
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