NEW YORK — The Bill Blass hatchet struck again last week —this time aimed at the late designer’s longtime muse, Yvonne Miller, who was let go on Thursday after 17 years at the house.
According to Deborah Hughes, an external spokeswoman for the company, Miller’s position had been eliminated in a restructuring of the public relations department. Inside the Blass offices, that news was viewed with some antipathy, as the restructuring was seen as a result of the hiring of an outside public relations agency and the implication that it had usurped her role.
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