The “revenge retail” project by Tory Burch’s ex-husband made the filing Thursday after dismissing most of its employees at an impromptu Jan. 5 meeting.
The chain founded by Tory Burch’s ex-husband informed its employees today that it’s over.
The chain, a “revenge retail” project by Tory Burch’s ex-husband Christopher, is closing up to 20 of its 32 locations and transitioning into a wholesale brand, BuzzFeed News has learned.
The hiring was reported earlier by The Wall Street Journal.
The retailer filed an application to trademark the phrase: “C.O.A.C.H. Cult of the Outrageous Atomic Carriage House” in late April. What’s unclear: why.
A rapid expansion of Coach Factory outlets has overtaken Coach’s more expensive goods, as well as its image as a luxury brand.
Fashion fatigue? Pah. There’s an Amanda Lepore appearance to discuss!
Deckers Outdoor, which gets most of its sales from the Ugg brand, says its market research shows the brand is stronger today than in February 2010. Yet its sales fell last year.
The CFDA awards celebrate the finest in American fashion, and provide a good excuse for fashion folk to get dressed up. Though, really, fashion folk don’t need an excuse to get dressed up.
Looking like a jail bird is so NOW.