Minkoff said she’d eventually like Europe to become 20 percent of the business.
The exhibition spans two decades with more than 150 pieces on show.
Chief executive officer Lisa Montague said the company has already opened three stores in the Gulf, together with Liwa, over the past five years, two in Abu Dhabi and one in Kuwait.
Titled “Your picture/Our future,” it includes 200 works from 50 emerging artists.
While speculation is mounting around Meghan Markle and what she’ll wear down the aisle on the big day, WWD is taking a look at royal groom Prince Harry, and how he might dress on May 19.
The talk was all business, and not Prince Harry’s wedding on Saturday.
Ralea succeeds Thomas Müller, who has left the company after two years to seek new opportunities.
Meghan Markle aside, the British royals are moving more merchandise than ever, and it’s a trend that’s set to continue.
Located at Carriage Hall on 29 Floral Street, the 15,000-square-foot store spans three floors and is housed in a 19th-century, Grade II-listed building.