R.H. Macy & Co. Corporate headquarters: New York. Chairman and chief executive officer: Myron E. Ullman. President and chief merchant: Roger N. Farah. Volume for fiscal year ended July 31, 1993: $6.3 billion. Divisions (headquarters, fiscal 1993 volume, chief executives, number of stores): Macy's East: New York; $3.4 billion; Arthur E. Reiner, chairman and chief executive officer; Burnett Donoho, vice chairman; David Suliteanu, president of stores; 59 stores. Macy's West/Bullocks: San Francisco; $2.4 billion; Michael Steinberg, chairman and chief executive officer; Daniel Edelman, vice chairman; Rudolph Borneo, president of stores; 31 Macy's, 20 Bullock's. I. Magnin: San Francisco; $329 million; Scott Bowman, president and chief executive officer; 12 stores. Specialty Stores Group: New York; $76 million; Richard Crystal, president; 84 stores under Aeropostale and Charter Club names. Macy's Close Out: New York; Ed Morenberg, president, 15 stores.
Federated Dept. Stores Corporate headquarters: Cincinnati. Chairman and chief executive officer: Allen I. Questrom. Vice chairman and chief financial officer: Ronald W. Tysoe. President: James Zimmerman. Volume for fiscal year ended Jan. 29, 1994: $7.2 billion. Divisions (headquarters, fiscal 1993 volume, chief executives, number of stores): Abraham & Straus/Jordan Marsh: Brooklyn, N.Y.; $1.4 billion; Harold Kahn, chairman and chief executive officer; Leonard Marcus, president and chief operating officer; 17 A&S units, 18 Jordan Marsh stores. Bloomingdale's: New York; $1.2 billion; Michael Gould, chairman and chief executive officer; Jeffrey Sherman, president; 16 stores. The Bon Marche: Seattle; $827 million; Thomas P. Harville, president and chief operating officer; 39 stores. Burdines: Miami; $1.2 billion; Howard Socol, chairman; J. David Scheiner, vice chairman; James E. Gray, president; 43 stores. Lazarus: Cincinnati; $965 million; Mark A. Cohen, chairman and chief executive officer; Jeremiah J. Sullivan, president; 40 stores. Rich's/Goldsmith's: Atlanta; $928 million; Russell Stravitz, chairman; Susan Kronick, president; 20 Rich's, five Goldsmith's. Stern's: Paramus, N.J.; $675 million; Matthew D. Serra, chairman and chief executive officer; 21 stores. Federated Merchandising Services: New York; Terry Lundgren, chairman and chief executive officer; Tom Cole, president.
Exclusive: @britneyspears is continuing to expand her brand. The pop icon, who appears in @kenzo ’s latest campaign, is partnering with Epic Rights to launch a line of branded merchandise. Read @hernameislex ‘s story, link in bio. #wwdnews #britneyspears
The Duchess of Cambridge channeled Princess Diana’s look upon giving birth to Prince Harry, when she and the Duke of Cambridge departed the hospital with the new baby Prince this afternoon in London. #wwdeye #princeofcambridge
The new Prince of Cambridge has arrived! The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge posed with the 8-pound newborn. She wore a look from one of her go-to designers, @jennypackham. Tap link in bio for more. #wwdeye #princeofcambridge
Jewelry label @alisonlou has made a name for itself with fine jewelry that speaks to the Millennial market. Now @twallz21 reports that the label is bringing those playful ideas to a new affordable line of lucite hoops with the launch of Loucite by Alison Lou. Here’s a look from the line modeled by @emrata. #wwdaccessories
@sarahjessicaparker and @gilt are teaming up on a bridal ready-to-wear line. Tomorrow, Parker will launch SJP by Sarah Jessica Parker Bridal — and as part of the launch, Gilt will offer 15 exclusive styles from the SJP by Sarah Jessica Parker footwear collection that were designed to complement the new line. Made out of 10 styles, the line is designed for a variety of occasions, from bridal showers to receptions. Get more details on WWD.com #wwdfashion
A grooming moment between @tanfrance and @antoni last night at the The LGBT Community Center Trailblazer Awards honoring Anna Wintour, Ricky Martin and more. See more photos at WWD.com #wwdeye (📷: @lexieblacklock)
“It was a very surreal feeling. It wasn’t like we were in the studio together coming up with it — it’s more like he discovered it and loved it. I didn’t let myself get my hopes up, but then it happened it was very exciting,” said singer-songwriter @nombe on discovering that @pharrell would be using his song, “Cant Catch Me” on his HBO documentary series “Outpost.” The German-born singer — named Noah MacBeth — talked to WWD about feminism, using art as a platform for political expression and personal style. Read more on WWD.com #wwdeye (📷: @jilliansollazzo)
This season, denim is going west – in influence. Brands like @fathersdaughterla (pictured here), @tommyhilfiger Jeans, @levis and more are opting for raw, top-stitching styles. (Styled by @thealexbadia; 📷: @ryanplett)