Company Overview of Barneys New York, Inc.
Barneys New York, Inc. operates flagship stores that retail ready-to-wear apparel, accessories, shoes, jewelry, cosmetics, fragrances, and gifts for women, men, and kids. The company offers clothing, which include dresses, jumpsuits, jackets, tops, skirts, sweaters, pants, shorts, denim, coats, swim, shirts, tees and polos, loungewear and basics, suits and sportcoats, outerwear, and hoodies and sweats; shoes, such as wedges, heels, flats, boots, platforms, sandals, sneakers, drivers, loafers, lace-ups, dress shoes, and shoe care products; bags and leather goods, including totes, shoulder packs, backpacks, wallets, clutches, messengers, tech and small accessories, duffels, briefcases, and lug...
575 Fifth Avenue
New York, NY 10017
Founded in 1923
Key Executives for Barneys New York, Inc.
Chief Financial Officer, Principal Accounting Officer, Executive Vice President and Controller
Chief Operating Officer and Senior Executive Vice President
Chief Executive Officer of Jones Group Inc and President of Jones Group Inc
Director, President of Whippoorwill and Managing Director of Whippoorwill
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
Barneys New York, Inc. Key Developments
Bellatorra Skin Care Announces Retail Partnership with Barneys New York
Apr 2 15
Bellatorra Skin Care announced an exclusive retail partnership with Barneys New York. Barneys New York will be the first U.S. retailer featuring Bellatorra's full portfolio of products in-store, including the Cellular Renewal Complex Moisturizer, Uplifting Mist, Cellular Renewal Cream, Anti-Aging Eye Cream, Cellular Renewal Mask, Cellular Renewal Serum, and the Bellatorra Facial Cleanser. Bellatorra was selected by the retailer to be one of the elite companies launching products, which will be available at the retailer's redesigned beauty departments at the New York City and Beverly Hills locations, as well as, Chicago, San Francisco and Barneys.com.
Barneys New York to Pay $525,000 in Racial Profiling Dispute
Aug 12 14
After a nine-month investigation, Barneys New York has agreed to pay $525,000 and institute a host of reforms to settle accusations that it singled out minority shoppers for heightened surveillance at its store on Madison Avenue in Manhattan. The investigation, led by state Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman, showed a "disproportionate number of African-American and Latino customers being detained for alleged shoplifting or credit card fraud." The investigation was triggered by complaints from two black patrons of the store: Trayon Christian, 19, and Kayla Phillips, 21. Christian, in a lawsuit filed against both the city and the store in State Supreme Court, said he had purchased a Salvatore Ferragamo belt with his Chase debit card, only to be chased down and accused of stealing the item. He was stopped several blocks from the store on Fifth Avenue by plainclothes officers who questioned his ability to pay for the $350 belt. The officers also said the debit card must have been a fake, according to the suit. Christian was handcuffed and taken to the 19th Precinct station house where he was held, according to the lawsuit, for about two hours before being freed. Phillips described being "stopped, frisked, searched and detained" by the police at Barneys after she bought a handbag valued at more than $2,000. After the allegations against Barneys were made public last year, complaints that other stores had engaged in similar practices quickly surfaced.
Barneys New York, Council of Fashion Designers of America, Intel and Opening Ceremony Announce Wearable Tech Collaborations
Jan 7 14
Intel Corporation, Barneys New York, the Council of Fashion Designers of America and Opening Ceremony announced strategic collaborations to explore and bring to market smart wearable technology, and to increase dialogue and cooperation between the fashion and technology industries. As part of the collaborations, Intel and Opening Ceremony intend to collaborate in the design of a smart bracelet concept based on Intel technology with design direction from Opening Ceremony. People's experiences with a product starts with a first glance at where and how it is presented in the stores. Regarded as the mecca for discerning fashionistas, Barneys New York's museum-like approach to merchandizing provides a unique opportunity to showcase thoughtfully designed wearable technologies. Barneys New York will carry the smart bracelet engineered by Intel and designed by Opening Ceremony. To scale the convergence of the two industries, Intel will work with CFDA to create a community for technology developers and fashion designers to network, match-make, cultivate and exchange ideas on wearable technology. The collaboration will connect more than 400 leading fashion designers who are members of CFDA with a broad ecosystem of hardware and software developers that Intel has been instrumental in building in the last 40 years.
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