Tory's New Gem Is Justin Giunta... Spotlight on Broadway

Justin Giunta of Subversive has been named design director of jewelry at Tory Burch, with his first collection slated for holiday-resort, WWD has learned.

SPOTLIGHT ON BROADWAY: Bloomingdale’s knows there’s no business like show business. So it has again tied up with another Broadway production, “Love, Loss and What I Wore” and trumpets today its role as official costumer of the hit show by unveiling a Lexington Avenue window re-creating the stage set and showcasing the black outfits worn by the cast. Styles include Hervé Léger, Citizens of Humanity, Helmut Lang, AllSaints, Diane von Furstenberg, Eileen Fisher, Michael Kors and Sutton Cashmere. “Clothing and accessories tell stories. There are pieces in everyone’s closets that are reminiscent of a phase of life,” said Anne Keating, senior vice president of public relations at Bloomingdale’s. The play, an intimate collection of stories by Nora Ephron and Delia Ephron and directed by Karen Carpenter, revolves around clothing and accessories and the memories they trigger. It’s been extended until March at the Westside Theatre. A portion of the proceeds from the play’s ticket sales benefit the Dress for Success charity for low-income women.

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