Tommy Hilfiger, Tamara Mellon and Mickey Drexler among others all struggled to sell homes.
Employment contracts and trademark limits were under the microscope in this week’s legal maneuvers.
Tamara Mellon celebrated the launch of her new online shoe company with a brunch at the L.A. home she shares with fiance Michael Ovitz.
The company will focus on direct-to-consumer with the relaunch of its site followed by pop-ups later this year.
The European It formula doesn’t deviate much from its U.S. counterpart: Photogenic plus well-connected, pedigreed family plus no pressing need to earn a living plus a trademark look.
Delaware bankruptcy judge Kevin Gross gave a thumbs up to the company’s post-petition financing.
The buzzy but bankrupt brand is looking to reemerge with the help of venture capital giant New Enterprise Associates.
The firm filed a reorganization plan with the court and hopes to exit Chapter 11 in 60 days or less.
Tamara Mellon will host appointments with Christina Getty in her pop-up store at The W Hotel South Beach, during Art Basel.
The event will be held Oct. 22