In the second part of its series, and with equal employment opportunities now a focus, leading firms in fashion, beauty and retail hold up a looking glass to diversity within their companies.
Optimism over getting back in business has been dampened by rising cases of COVID-19.
Macy’s continues to dramatically streamline to survive through the pandemic.
Five-minute events will be held from June 29 to July 1 and then on July 4 around the five boroughs.
Activewear and updated basics are among the most popular items for customers who are just now returning to stores.
The company said stores reopened since closing in mid-March due to COVID-19 are performing better than expected.
The new financing package will help the department store weather through the pandemic.
After a promising rebound in the job market, Lululemon, PVH and others will further illuminate the fashion scene with quarterly updates.
With the majority of stores closed last quarter because of the coronavirus, the retailer and apparel supplier lost more than $39 million.
Nationwide, retailers are assessing property damages and lost merchandise and anxiously re-examining plans for phased-in reopening of stores closed due to COVID-19.
The busy Herald Square location has been closed since March 17 to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.