Neiman Marcus celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month with vibrant in-store activations and new efforts to enrich and expand our Hispanic and Latino workforce talent.
Neiman Marcus stores are seen curated with dedicated displays of Hispanic and Latino-founded designers and brands, which will be featured in windows across 14 select locations throughout the U.S.
In early-October, Neiman Marcus will host first master class with Martinez Karla, Editor-in-Chief of Vogue Mexico and Vogue Latin America, at their Coral Gables store.
“We are also excited to host a company-wide fireside chat with Gabriela Hearst to discuss her heritage and its influence on her designs and broader fashion trends in the U.S. today. And our Boca Raton location has curated a pop-up art gallery highlighting 100% local Hispanic artists that will remain on display through mid-October.”
In addition to events and activations, Neiman Marcus is a proud to partner of the Prospanica National, who will help guide their growing our Hispanic and Latino talent, and McKinsey & Company, who will assist with developing and promoting talent from within our organization.