Under ceo Fabian Garcia, Revlon plans to grow into a $5 billion company in five years.
Lagerfeld likely will join Lauren in dressing the incoming First Lady.
Under the brand name Limited Addition, Alternative is opening mobile stores that will carry its namesake lineup of casual clothing.
Showroom Seven is opening a freestanding boutique called Beyond 7.
Time Inc. shutters four-year-old Cottage Living magazine.
Prices for all U.S.-produced goods fell a seasonally adjusted 2.8 percent in October, the largest monthly decline since records started being kept in 1947.
Despite plans to scale back new stores, Wal-Mart’s president and ceo Eduardo Castro-Wright plans to tap into 15 “opportunity markets” in the U .S.
It was enough to drive any little girl mad: Nearly 90 dolls dressed by top designers were displayed at the Mini Palais ahead of an auction benefiting UNICEF.
It was child’s play in the West Village when Aerin Lauder and Julie Janklow hosted a tea party at Sweetiepie to celebrate the new Ralph Lauren children’s store.