Wednesday, June 09, 2010

Neiman Marcus Is Worried About Being in the Black While Sally Singer Gets With The Times & Dumps Anna Wintour

Starting September 2, fast fashion retailer Zara will finally offer e-commerce to select countries. Except U.S.A, of course {Fashionista}

Strong results from upscale chain Neiman Marcus Group Inc point to an uptick in luxury spending, but a weaker euro and volatile stock markets could still hurt later.{Reuters}

Bye, Anna Wintour, hello, Bill Keller. Sally Singer said as much Tuesday morning when The New York Times confirmed the Vogue fashion news/features director would be the next editor in chief of T: The New York Times Style Magazine, effective July 5. {WWD}

Gucci has announced that all of their luxury packaging has been newly designed with FSC Certified paper and is now 100% recyclable. More environmental initiatives on the way. {Treehugger}

What are the world's top ranking fashion schools? {Fashionista}

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