2009 November 6
Links of The Daily
(NEW YORK) A Not-So-Guilty Pleasure [NY Times]
Shoe sales reaches $1.5 billion in October--a 7.9% increase compared to a year ago
Escada Sold [Vogue UK]
Megha Mittal beats Escada son's bid to buy the company
Candid camera catches reality star [Page Six]
Tinsley's reality show co-star Paul Johnson Calderon caught breaking sconces in a friend's apartment building, but counters, "It's not like rock stars don't vandalize hotel rooms and such all the time...I seriously don't understand the huge deal"
Retailers Report Sales Increases [NY Times]
Could Fashion's Night Out have sparked something? Slowly but surely, luxury sales are inching up: “The improvement in the stock market has had a significant impact on the affluent shopper’s willingness to spend,” says Michael P. Niemira
Time Warner Picks Planes Over People [Cityfile]
If Time Inc. sold its three Gulfstream jets, it could cut $95 million without losing a single employee
Fresh on the heels of its announcement that Roland Mouret would be designing a 25-piece collection for the brand, Banana Republic has brought on another household name designer, but...
The Victoria's Secret show is crossing the pond. The 2014 show will be hosted in London this year instead of New York. Supermodels Candice Swanepoel and Adriana Lima made the announcement...
Rolex has crowned a new king. The luxury watch brand has hired Jean-Frédéric Dufour to head the company. Dufour comes from Zenith, where he also held the title of CEO.