The ILO-backed fund for victims of the Rana Plaza tragedy in Bangladesh has distributed $1.4 million to 700 cases.
Pablo Picasso’s “Le Tricorne,” which has hung in the Four Seasons restaurant for 55 years and through many of MR’s Uptown/Downtown dinners, has been safely moved for cleaning before it is sent to its new home.
Ringo Starr and Jimmy Page helped John Varvatos celebrate the opening of his first European store on London’s Conduit Street last week.
Dollar General is mulls its next step, after its improved bid for Family Dollar was rejected on antitrust considerations.
The $215 million acquisition of RG Barry Corp. for by private equity firm Mill Road Capital has closed.
Why not drop a few underperforming brands and test new ones? Karen Alberg Grossman suggests some, like Robert Taliver’s new neckwear collection, Robert Lewis; Grayers; Curated; Benson and many more.
Washington Post fashion critic Robin Givhan examines the dueling masculine archetypes of New York Fashion Week: the gaunt waif and the muscular Adonis.
Zumiez has said it is pleased with its 57.3% increase in Q2 profit, driven by higher-than-expected sales.