The luxury chain has been battling the luxury malaise.
The city has not lost its sizzle, once again led by Prada and Gucci.
Still knitting together its acquisition of May Department Stores, Federated Department Stores Inc. is now looking to weave a better Web site for its shoppers.
A brief look at some of the day’s stories.
After only a few months working in the outside world, running the furniture company BDDW, Chris Mitchell is returning to Conde Nast, and to his old job as vice president and publisher of Details magazine.
Madonna’s arrival at Jean Paul Gaultier’s show Wednesday unleashed pandemonium, the paparazzi surging dangerously.
There’s plenty to be said for following one’s own particular inclinations, and that was the case with certain designers during the spring shows. The results ranged from smartly tailored looks worthy of a storied house to evening dazzlers that will…
Couture’s ranks may be thinning, but a handful of smaller, independent designers continue to ply their trade in the midst of the city’s haute giants.
“I’m mad about crystals, they have a great energy. I have bowls of them as decoration all around the house,” said Eva Cavalli, wife of designer Roberto Cavalli.
Yohji Yamamoto is getting into the Olympic spirit.