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Norma Kamali's Big Sale; Kenneth Cole Admits Billboard Defeat

Three looks from the KamaliKulture line
Three looks from the KamaliKulture line

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MIDTOWN WEST—Tomorrow night, the Norma Kamali store on West 56th Street will host a sale encompassing all three of its floors. On the ground level, representatives from Juice Press and Rawbundant will be on hand at the Wellness Cafe to showcase their lines, and Norma's top five products will be sold at a special price. On the second floor, there will be a KamaliKulture trunk show, where all purchase over $100 will be 25% off. Finally, on the third floor, discontinued styles and colors from the Norma Kamali collection will be on sale, alongside samples starting below $100. [RackedWire]

HARLEM—Kenneth Cole has agreed to take down its billboard on the West Side Highway at 125th Street that pits "Teachers Rights vs Students Rights." The billboard in question includes that very line, along with an image of a woman wearing a red blazer and the text, "Shouldn't everyone be well red?" After a petition of over 600 signatures picked up steam, Kenneth Cole tweeted an apology for weighing in on teacher's unions on a billboard. [GothamSchools]

Norma Kamali

11 East 56th Street New York NY