Ira Neimark started out as a Fifth Avenue doorman and eventually became CEO of Bergdorf Goodman—through hard work, smarts, and being in the right place at the right time. When he took over the venerable fashion store, it was doing $38 million in sales. When he left, $500 million. In an interview he reveals some tricks of the trade.
Wilton’s Cannondale Village is more than a collection of historic buildings adjacent to the Cannondale train station. It’s also a collection of distinctive shops offering merchandise you won’t find anywhere else.
Living in Fairfield and elsewhere, Mitchell family members gather not at home but at company headquarters in Westport. The generations have managed to turn a small clothing shop into a nationally respected fashion
business—and have kept it all in the family.
Wilton women, spanning the generations, model fall fashions from their favorite local shops—b chic, Chou Chou, Open House, Sea Beans, Snappy Gator, Une Minette, and Witchy-Poo—while dining at their favorite eateries.
We invited seven notable locals to a glorious Roxbury estate, brought fall clothing from area shops, and let the photo shoot unroll. The classics, we learn, are making a mighty comeback. See for yourself.
Author Bonni Brodnick takes a look at brassieres, their styles, washing techniques and her first experience with one. From the infinite styles and sizes, she notes there is a certain fascination with women's bosoms and brassieres not just for men but for women as well.