By  on July 16, 2019

Even if Barneys New York goes bankrupt and factors continue to restrict credit, there’s something about the brand that redefines sustainability.

Barneys has been through it all — bankruptcy in the Nineties, failed expansion strategies, disruptive ownership and management changes. It’s been a survivor through changing internal and external circumstances — big rent increases, shrinking profitability, increased competition and different ownership. But those challenges are raising renewed concerns about whether the 96-year-old retailer will continue to survive in some scaled-down, restructured form.

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