Scheidnes, Jean
July 2007
DNR: Daily News Record;7/30/2007, Vol. 37 Issue 31, preceding p1
Trade Publication
The article announces that Michael Bastian is set to become the creative director for men's wear label Bill Blass Ltd., which is a position that has not existed within the company since it began in 1987. Bastian will oversee design of all licensed and wholly owned men's wear categories, which will later include fragrance. An overview is presented of Bastian's career and credentials.


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