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Eight-hundred products from 30 brands are going into a Millennial-targeted beauty department, located on the retailer’s contemporary floor.
The Victoria’s Secret parent has had a rough year after switching up its approach under the direct guidance of Leslie Wexner.
Avenue 32 was backed by Germany’s Benteler Group, which makes steel tubes, components and systems for the auto industry.
E-commerce accounts for more than 30 percent of the luxury retailer’s annual sales.
The brash, fist-pumping 27-year-old golfer is the latest sportsman to partner with the Swiss watchmaker.
Shoppers bound for Prada, Henri Bendel, Abercrombie & Fitch and other stores near Trump Tower had to ask for permission from police to gain access.
“He knows exactly what James Bond will wear and why,” explains costume designer Jany Temime.
They will be replaced by David Hägglund who has been named sole creative director of both brands.
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The brand will also donate $1 million to the Trust for Public Land to support adding public climbing walls in underserved communities.
Bella will appear on the cover of Vogue Arabia’s September issue.
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