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Topic - Saks Fifth Avenue
Saks Fifth Avenue is a luxury American specialty store owned and operated by Saks Fifth Avenue Enterprises (SFAE), a subsidiary of Saks Incorporated. It competes in the high-end specialty store market with Bergdorf Goodman, Neiman Marcus, Barneys New York, and Bloomingdales. The company headquarters and the company-designated flagship store are in Midtown Manhattan, New York City. - Source: Wikipedia
Luxury retailer Saks is being purchased by Hudson's Bay Co., the parent of Lord & Taylor, for approximately $2.4 billion.
The stakes are high. The judges are brutal. The challenges are difficult. And the contestants are determined to be the next Calvin Klein or Ralph Lauren.
NBC'S "FASHION STAR": NBC on Tuesday will debut "Fashion Star," which is different from other fashion reality TV shows. That's because the contestants compete to have their winning creations sold each week at Saks Fifth Avenue, Macy's and H&M. So shoppers actually can buy the winning designs online that night and in the stores the next day. McCall's will also sell sewing patterns.
The collective message to come out of eight days -- and more than 100 runway shows -- at New York Fashion Week is that there'll be a longer, looser look to spring 2011. The buzz was about easy glamour inspired by the 1970s.