Summer Beckons With Helen Owen x Aqua at Bloomingdale’s

Looking for the next influencer to collaborate on its Aqua collection, Bloomingdale’s tapped Helen Owen, whose Instagram account has 1.5 million followers, for her love of travel and comfort.
Owen’s blog showcases her enviable life with posts about trips to Malta; Tulum in Mexico; Bora Bora, and the Maldives, where her wardrobe invariably consists of midriff-baring tops and low-slung pants, off-the-shoulder cropped tops, shorts and bathing suits — lots of bathing suits.
“I’m a traveling creative still seeking an appropriate job title,” Owen said, adding that she’s most commonly referred to as an influencer, but sees herself as somewhere between an influencer, model, blogger and designer.
Designer is a word that’s been resonating with Owen. Her Helen Owen x Aqua collection will be available at Bloomingdale’s stores nationwide on Friday. The collection includes everything for a beach getaway to an  appearance at Coachella, where Owen will be on Friday, “promoting the collection hard core.”
“I can’t just wear shorts and a T-shirt,” Owen said. “I like feeling a little more polished. I went to Bloomingdale’s with a mood board of what I wanted and their mood board was very similar.”
A white eyelet cropped top, lemon-print minidress, striped bustier and matching pants, and red skirt

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Chriselle Lim Collection to Enter Shopbop, Bloomingdale’s

Chriselle Lim is expanding retail partnerships for her eponymous label.
In September, the superinfluencer teamed with Nordstrom to launch the debut line from The Chriselle Lim Collection, her namesake clothing brand. The collection, inspired by the fall season, was sold in 40 Nordstrom doors and online. On March 21, the sophomore line will arrive at Nordstrom and two new retail partners: Bloomingdale’s and Shopbop.

Chriselle Lim modeling her namesake collection, which enters Bloomingdale’s and Shopbop on March 21. 
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“[Nordstrom is] one of the best retailers out there, but I felt like I was ready to expand the collection and to get it into more hands,” said Lim. “Nordstrom isn’t everywhere — they’re not in New York. I have a ton of New York followers that have been asking and dying for [the collection], so Bloomingdale’s felt like the right fit. Our international customers, as well, are dying to get the collection and I believe that Shopbop has a great international shopping [experience]. I felt we were ready to expand.”
The forthcoming collection, the theme of which is “blooming,” consists of 28 stockkeeping units — tops, trousers, blazers, shorts and matching sets. There is also a larger offering of dresses, as requested by Lim’s

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The Love Bug Hits Bloomingdale’s

In anticipation of the upcoming Valentine’s Day holiday, Bloomingdale’s is embracing love as the concept for the latest iteration of its rotating pop-up shop, The Carousel @ Bloomingdale’s.
For the shop’s two-month run, the department store has turned to Darcy Miller, founding editor of Martha Stewart Weddings, to create a limited-edition Celebrate Love collection of her own designs as well as a selection of pieces from other companies.
The assortment includes everything from stationery, tabletop and beauty products to candy, accessories and apparel. Key items include embroidered Maison Labiche shirts and a Levi’s jacket and jeans as well as a beauty bag filled with GlamGlow, Bobbi Brown and Becca pieces.

The Bloomingdale’s Carousel pop-up has a love theme this time. 

“Everyone is always looking for the perfect gift, whether for their partner, their family, their friends, their pet or themselves, and this shop is filled with treasures, from a special lucky-in-love journal to a gold tandem bicycle,” Miller said.
Frank Berman, Bloomingdale’s chief marketing officer and executive vice president, said: “The concept of The Carousel is about infusing a new perspective into the Bloomingdale’s assortment. Darcy’s take on celebrating love and the art of gift-giving brings a refreshingly modern twist, which we believe will inspire and

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Natalie Bloomingdale’s The SIL Partners With The Beverly Hills Hotel

Natalie Bloomingdale’s e-commerce site The SIL (which stands for “stuff I love”), a platform for exclusive offerings by independent designers, has teamed with The Beverly Hills Hotel to unveil a holiday capsule collection next month inspired by the landmark property. Launching in one of the redesigned bungalows, the collection will feature ready-to-wear pieces and accessories designed by SIL Shop designers from Paris to San Antonio, Tex.
“For more than a century, The Beverly Hills Hotel has remained a symbol of Hollywood’s Golden Age and Los Angeles’ celebrated lifestyle, with a signature aesthetic that has become recognized around the world,” said Edward Mady, the hotel’s regional director and general manager. “Its iconic design elements serve as inspiration for artists and designers, and this inaugural capsule collection with The SIL is an example of the influence this beloved property continues to have in the fashion world.”
Founded by Bloomingdale last year, The SIL’s own branding was very much inspired by the color palette of The Beverly Hills Hotel, her favorite Los Angeles haunt and that of her late grandmother-in-law, society doyenne Betsy Bloomingdale. A frequent patron of the Polo Lounge, the hotel’s legendary restaurant and bar, the younger Bloomingdale channeled the green and white

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Echo Brand Celebrates 95 Years of Business With Event at Bloomingdale’s

“We now have three generations of family members working side by side every day from 29 years old to almost 90,” said Steven Roberts, chief executive officer and chief innovation officer of Echo Design Group. “I think we have as much passion for the business today as we have ever had.”
This year, the family-owned accessories and home design company celebrates 95 years of business, and to commemorate the milestone on Thursday, the brand is hosting a “National Scarf Day” event with Bloomingdale’s and style influencer Natalie Lim Suarez of @NatalieOffDuty.
“Echo’s headquarters have been in Midtown [New York] for our entire 95 years. How fitting to be able to celebrate our 95th with our friends and partners of so many years at Bloomingdale’s. Their customers have been supporting and appreciating Echo products for many years,” Roberts said.
Known for scarves, which continue to be a staple, Echo also makes puffy nylon jackets, rainwear, hats, wraps and leather gloves. There is a comprehensive home line that extends to duvets and pillow shams, table linens, paper napkins, ceramic soap dispensers and shower curtains. The one unifying element among all these seemingly disparate categories: the vibrant and eclectic prints that have always been at the

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Bloomingdale’s, Native Son Team on Pride Collection

Bloomingdale’s is doing its part to support Pride month.
The retailer has teamed with Emil Wilbekin, founder of Native Son, to create a limited-edition Pride capsule collection. The collection consists of T-shirts and hats that feature Pride-specific graphics with messages of equal rights, self-affirmation and love.  
The items are priced between $ 34 and $ 75 with 10 percent of the proceeds being donated to the Native Son Foundation, an association where the gay male black community can create a safe space for fellowship, celebration and empowerment.  
“Partnering with Bloomingdale’s on this Native Son Pride capsule collection is a brilliant collaboration that amplifies the messaging and mission of inspiration and empowerment for black gay men and the LGBTQ+ community,” Wilbekin said. “It’s about being proud of who we are, acceptance, equality and inclusion in the world, and supporting gender diversity.”
 Bloomingdale’s will host a launch party for the collection at its 59th Street flagship on June 20. Celebrity stylists Ty Hunter and Jerome Lamaar will join Wilbekin a question-and-answer session during the event. 

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Rihanna Takes Center Stage at Bloomingdale’s

Rihanna kept her fans waiting for nearly two hours on Friday at Bloomingdale’s. But no matter. The hard-core Rihanna crowd was happy to sway to her music and mouth every word of every one of her songs played by DJ Pedro. “I’m still in love with you, boy… ” “Time to get schooled,” said the invitation to the launch of the Fenty x Puma by Rihanna fall 2017 collection, which was billed as a pep rally for Fenty U.
Bloomingdale’s second floor — akak Fenty country — was outfitted with a podium that said Fenty U. Props such as bullhorns and pom-poms were strewn about, and about a dozen fans were chosen to sit on benches, like the cheering squad. Given Fenty x Puma items to wear over their clothes by Bloomingdale’s staffers, nobody donned the merchandise, except for the caps.
Asked if this was his scene, Tony Spring, Bloomingdale’s chairman and chief executive officer, said, “This is Rihanna, Fenty and Bloomingdale’s scene. It’s been a good business for us. She has a nice feel for product and style. She’s an icon in the entertainment world and has a true passion for the fashion business. Our culture is influenced by people with

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Bloomingdale’s to Host Street Party for NYFW: Men’s

Bloomingdale’s is getting into the spirit of New York Fashion Week: Men’s.
The department store will set up what it is billing as “the ultimate street party” during the three-day run of the inaugural men’s shows. It will be taking over a corner outside the official venue at Skylight Clarkson Sq and will be adding picnic tables shaded with black-and-white umbrellas where “men’s wear aficionados of all style-sorts” are being invited to “re-energize” at the ultimate street tailgate party.
The retailer will be offering locally sourced coffee in the morning, mid-day munchies from Bark Hot Dog, Red Hook Lobster and Bark Burgers during the day and some other hydration options later in the day. There will also be a charging station and free Wi-Fi.

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Bloomingdale’s Launches Holiday Instagram Campaign

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Throughout the month of the December, the retailer will post various gift guide collages on its main Instagram account.

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