New York -- Isaac Mizrahi has returned to the retail scene. Xcel Brands on Friday announced the debut of Isaac Mizrahi New York, in Southampton, N.Y. (Xcel is the designer’s parent company). "This...
Too weird, too pretentious, too expensive and, in the end, too out of step with what today's arbiters of style deem cool. Those have been among the many critiques of Target's multidesigner collaboration with luxury retailer Neiman Marcus, a partnership that was hyped to the hilt, and wound up as a major bust.
NEW YORK — New York Fashion Week has become more than just an opportunity for top designers to showcase their wares to industry insiders, celebrities and others privileged enough to get inside the tents. Fashion Week has become a chance for designers and retailers to bring the latest trends to the masses. Fashion’s Night Out has returned for 2011 and is probably the best example of Fashion Week coming to the people. Retailer’s including QVC, Loehmann’s and New York & Company are all participating in the one-night event on Sept. 8 that offers after-hours shopping, discounts and more at
QVC will open its first pop-up shop Sept. 10 in New York City featuring exclusive apparel lines. The limited-time shop is participating in the second annual Fashion's Night Out event. QVC will roll out lines from K-Dash by Kardashian and Janie Bryant MOD, inspired by "Mad Men." In addition, the pop-up shop at Rockefeller Center will feature a broadcasting studio, where fans will get a peek at a three-hour live televised segment "Fashion's Night Out: Live From New York." Designers Isaac Mizrahi, Melania Trump, Marc Bouwer, Mara Hoffman and Pamela Dennis are all expected to appear along with their