Following the news this week that nearly 800 Barney employees in New York can lose their jobs in just two weeks, Page 6 Six hears that some employees of the bankrupt luxury trading company are not taking it well.
An employee was overheard. around the city, telling the scene: "It's three-hour lush dinners, drinking, things don't pay, it's chaos. People go left and right. "
But another source at the store insisted:" There's no chaos in the office. "
The Post reported Thursday that Barneys had been sold to Authentic Brands Group for $ 271.4 million after several other last-minute competitors failed to get approval. When Authentic took power, the cuts would hit employees at Barney's two Manhattan stores, its e-commerce unit, and the Long Island City office, its Woodbury Common mall and Fifth Avenue headquarters.
But a fashion chain official told Page Six that " continue to work for a transaction to increase value TTA "and that the brand is still trying to make. Other suitors include groups led by Sam Ben-Avraham.