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“Scatter My Ashes at Bergdorf’s” isn’t just the siren song of a shopper who knows her stuff, it’s also the title of a forthcoming documentary — in theaters in New York tomorrow — that stars the historical store, and pretty much everyone who’s anyone in fashion.
What does one wear to a 111th birthday party? Well, if it’s Bergdorf Goodman‘s, it better be something extraordinary.
A trio of thieves stole “at least hundreds of thousands of dollars” worth of bling from the department store. Yikes!
Get ready, because this one is a tearjerker! For this year’s holiday video, Bergdorf Goodman went to the dogs. In what is ultimately the most adorable piece of luxury marketing we’ve ever seen, a group of well, erm, groomed canines take over NYC’s fanciest department store for some doggy-inspired holiday shopping. Watch whether or not you love dogs — and finish it for the seriously heart-warming ending. It’s worth it, just keep some tissues nearby.
New York retailers are taking the incoming of Hurricane Irene very, very seriously, and many of the city’s iconic stores have shut down and boarded up to prepare for the onslaught of rain and possible flooding.
What did you get from your sister on your last birthday? A card? A book? A bottle of perfume? Solange Knowles turned 25 on Friday, and her older sister Beyoncé gifted her with 25 pairs of fancy shoes. Yeah, we’re jealous.
It’s Christmas Eve — the day of miracles! — which is why, in between reading about Santa’s pied-a-terre on 22nd Street, you should know that Lady Gaga shopped at Bergdorf Goodman on Wednesday, in what became a beautiful culmination of a lifelong dream and a particular distate for pants.
We get it — some brands are really into their heritage. They like to spotlight the rich history and unique products and/or processes that make their brand so great. Loro Piana is known for their cashmere, and man, do they love their super duper awesome baby cashmere.
Last night, New York City celebrated the 2nd Annual
shopping event street party that is the Vogue and Anna Wintour-organized Fashion’s Night Out. And whether you were out, at home in your pajamas, or indifferent, we spent the night stomping around Manhattan and elbowing our way through the crowds to bring you everything we saw, heard, and, well, ate.
We’re still having some difficulty wrapping our heads around the chaotic organized fabulousness that is Fashion’s Night Out — it’s happening this Friday night! This year the nighttime shopping extravaganza has been ramped up with more stores open and more events to cover, and we’re going to try and see as much of it as we can — without driving ourselves crazy, of course. From Midtown to the West Village, SoHo to the Meatpacking District, here’s where you’ll find us on Fashion’s Night Out.
In light of a series of bedbug infestations at the New York City outposts of Abercrombie & Fitch, Hollister, and Victoria’s Secret some of the city’s bigger stores are tamping down on their bug patrol. But trust luxury retailer extraordinaire Bergdorf Goodman to do it in style.
Purchasing your very own Chanel number is a bag-hoarder’s equivalent of the Holy Grail. Women will starve themselves, max out credit cards, even skip paying rent just to know what someone like Rachel Bilson experiences every time a piece of quilted arm candy hangs off her shoulder. And now, rumor has it that the price of European Chanel bags, including reissues, just went up 20% — and the price-hike plague is expected to reach the states in a matter of weeks.
They say you can’t know where you’re going until you realize where you’ve been. With that in mind, we’re taking a glance back. The past week has been a roller coaster of fashion news and events — and luckily, we were there to catch the good (like the spot-on choices for the September magazine covers), the bad, and the ugly.
Bergdorf Goodman may be more famous for their window displays than they are for their price tags, and apparently they come with no small effort. According to the store’s blog, their current displays took six years to create.
If you’ve ever been bombarded as you walk through the beauty aisles of Saks or Bergdorf Goodman, you’re not alone — like anything in life, sometimes we need a little direction. Just as we hire personal trainers, nutritionists and stylists to help us look and feel our best — hiring targeted skin care coaches seems to be the new trend. Imagine: skin care “prescribed” just for you –- that’s quite a lovely little luxury.