MELBOURNE — The white paint used on the walls of Calvin Klein International’s New York headquarters is faithful to the exact shade of white used by Klein when he first opened his business — and no, the company does not censor its comments on Facebook. So heard an Australian audience on Friday.
Calvin Klein Collection women’s creative director Francisco Costa and the company’s executive vice president of global communications, Malcolm Carfrae, a native Australian, appeared here in an informal question-and-answer session led by Vogue Australia editor Kirstie Clements as part of the L’Oréal Melbourne Fashion Festival Business Seminar.
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