Andy Spade, president of Kate Spade, was incorrectly quoted as citing Anna Sui as an example of a “minibrand” in an article on page 15, April 14. The firm he cited was Agnes B.
Also, Spade’s title when he was at TBWA/Chiat Day was misstated. He was senior vice president and creative director.

Casual Corner is owned by the Del Vecchio family, which also has a 70 percent stake in Luxottica, a public company. A story on page 15, April 18, incorrectly reported that Luxottica is Casual Corner’s parent.

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