It’s not all gloom and doom at department stores — at least not for Steve Madden. The accessories designer is rising to the top of the shoe heap, selling more women’s fashion sneakers than most of his competitors at Nordstrom, Macy’s, Bloomingdales, Lord & Taylor and Dillards this year, per a Wall Street analyst. “They...
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2013 - ANZHELA'S CUSTOM TAILOR SHOES AND ACCESSORIES, INC.
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