Ken Downing Leaving Neiman Marcus

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Billionaire Men’s Fall 2019

It was a lot of pain – and fuss – for what turned out to be a perfectly fine and predictable collection of equestrian-inspired outerwear and trousers.

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Billionaire Men’s Spring 2019

Taking in a fashion show, Bellini in hand. That’s the way it’s done at the Billionaire Hotel. The catering, which also included hunks of lemon-scented meringue cake, was courtesy of Monte Carlo restaurant, Cipriani. But the vibe nodded more to the storied Hotel Bel-Air in Los Angeles. For anyone searching for a link, Billionaire owner Philipp Plein […]

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The Billionaire man took to Milan’s William’s Le Roi underground club for a night of peacocking to the sounds of a retro, live band.

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Billionaire Men's Spring 2018

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Billionaire Men’s Spring 2018

Not for Billionaire, the drop-in presentation or standard runway event, but an ear-blasting live performance with a James Bond theme, miles of colored crocodile leather and sparkly pistol motifs.

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Billionaire Men’s Fall 2017

The cowboy-chic collection was based on the popular Eighties TV series, “Dallas.”

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The emperor had no clothes at the first Billionaire outing under new owner Philipp Plein.

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A woman walks past a Tiffany & Co. store at a shopping mall in Beijing. The designer boutiques of Manhattan and Paris are feeling the chill of a Chinese economic slowdown that has hammered automakers and other industries. That is jolting brands such as Louis Vuitton and Burberry that increasingly rely on Chinese customers who spend $90 billion a year on jewelry, clothes and other high-end goods. The industry already is facing pressure to keep up as China's big spenders shift to buying more at the spreading networks of luxury outlets in their own countryLuxury Shopping Chill, Beijing, China - 29 Nov 2018


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