The two executives were among the 25 entrepreneurs who received the “Knight of Labour” honor by the president of the Italian Republic.
Alexander McQueen, Marc Jacobs and Gucci were all early targets of looters, but many more were hit during a night of protesting and unrest.
Fearful of riots and looting, many stores are preemptively closing just days after beginning to reopen in LA.
The New York soap and body-care company said its business has been “devastated” by the economic shutdown caused by the pandemic.
Philippe Houzé, chairman of the board at Galeries Lafayette Group, said it would close loss-making stores in the wake of COVID-19.
Neiman’s has yet to reopen its doors for shopping inside the stores in states where it’s allowed.
The event may have had to move online because of the coronavirus, but it still raised $5.2 million for BCRF.
The asset transfer of the online shopping retailer, what some creditors have called Neiman’s “crown jewel,” looms over the proceedings.
“Our group has become an essential actor for food — a public service,” said ceo Alexandre Bompard.
Nail salons are still excluded, but L.A. is moving fast toward reopening of hair salons, barbershops, even restaurants amid the coronavirus.
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