Richard Prince In Paris... Not for Sale... SJP's Many Moments...

"I don't really do contemporary art. I collect early 20th century works, but Richard and I are old friends," said Bryan Ferry, at Richard Prince's exhibition.

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NOT FOR SALE: Tory Burch said her hot apparel and accessories company isn’t on the block. Although the designer conceded “we’re talking to some people,” without elaborating, she quickly added, “but the company is not for sale.” Sources said in July the New York-based firm, which is estimated to generate as much as $200 million in wholesale volume annually, was shopping around a 30 percent stake. The asking price — before the devastating declines in global stocks — was said to be $935 million to $1 billion self-valuation for the entire company and about $300 million for a 30 percent stake. Appearing at a private shopping party benefiting the New Profit Inc. charities at Saks Fifth Avenue Boston on Wednesday night, Burch, citing the economy, said, “I’m looking at every aspect of the business differently because of it. I don’t think women want to be over-the-top anymore. They want something that’s chic and elegant, but not such a big statement.”
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