T Magazine’s Nick Haramis is taking the top spot at Interview.
Once again, the ads were photographed by street style chronicler Tommy Ton, this time in Los Angeles.
Included in the Top 60 are Target, Wal-Mart and Colgate-Palmolive.
The initiative combines freestanding pop-ups, partnerships with key retailers and special in-store merchandising.
Five-hundred consumers were interviewed after President’s Day.
The 1,000-square-foot store is in the new Brickell City Centre.
The company reported the San Francisco layoffs to the California Employment Development Department.
Carolina Herrera, her daughter Carolina Herrera Baéz and Karlie Kloss are co-chairing the event.
Live broadcasts are designed to draw attention to QVC’s beauty vendors.
Adrian also had an extended run with his own ready-to-wear collection in Beverly Hills, introducing fragrances Saint and Sinner and running his own New York boutique at one point.
The designer will provide educational guidance to students at the Florence-based school.
There is some concern that advances will be counteracted by action to roll back environmental protections and laws by the Trump administration.
Walgreens has extended the time for the proposed Rite Aid merger through July.
The 14-piece mini collection will launch with select renowned retail stores.
LCD Soundsystem, A Tribe Called Quest and Solange will headline.