NEW YORK — Fashion is an industry of continual change, and it’s never come faster or been more intense. How to maintain, grow and relaunch a brand — from Polo to J. Crew, Halston to Tory Burch — as well as how to deal with new markets such as Dubai and India and the ever-important Internet, were the main topics discussed at the 11th annual WWD/DNR CEO Summit, themed “Reinvention” and held Oct. 29 to 30 at the St. Regis Hotel here.
Ralph Lauren talks about staying true to himself over the past 40 years, and what he sees ahead for his company.
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