And get hot young things to shop there?
If they can undo the atrocious things this recession has wrought on them.
Christmas promotions have already started.
The company can't afford the $2 million a year rent.
They might, since their jeans don't START at $98 anymore.
The marketing attempts are desperate, but they just might work.
They bought it in 2006 for $517 million.
The stationer to the stars shutters after 80 years.
Henri Bendel won't sell clothing for much longer, and discount stores are scooping up the stock.
We can hear the house music for babies blaring from our downtown office.
The new merchandise just might be that good.
Founder Jill Licata forfeits the site for more family time.
The diamond retailer was nearly shuttered after one month.
Not everyone likes his little Bleecker Street empire.
The label capitalized on lower rent prices before a store like Topshop could.
Dov Charney's hipster empire came thisclose to filing Chapter 11 bankruptcy today.
Seeing the rate at which they're being laid off lately, the answer is probably not.