Neiman Marcus Inc. is headed back to Wall Street.
The Dallas-based luxury stalwart filed its long-awaited registration statement for an initial public offering Monday. Details are still vague, with no read on how many shares would be sold or at what price.
Reached by WWD Tuesday, the newly anointed 39-year-old designer, who will take the helm as executive creative director of the nearly $5 billion American accessories brand, said that he intends to call upon the 72-year-old brand’s heritage to inform its upcoming collections.
Who could be unmoved by a road trip across the heart of America? Certainly not Kim Jones, whose spring collection was an ode to the heartland — its preppies and hippies, its forest rangers and screen idols.
It was a long and — thank the fashion gods — strong resort. After nearly two months of resort appointments, presentations and runway shows, WWD distills the season's best trends in a three-part report.