Harlem fave Macy’s, once famous for its mink coats, has become the nation’s largest retailer to announce it will stop selling fur.
Macy’s long-standing commitment to diversity, equality, and inclusion is punctuated this June by its nationwide celebration of National Pride Month.
On Sunday, March 24th, 2019, Macy’s Herald Square launched its 45th annual two-week-long Flower Show, Journey To Paradisios, it’s great to see the celebration of the arrival of spring with discovery, color, and wonder just a 30-minute train ride from Harlem.
Macy’s, Inc. is a premier omnichannel retailer with iconic brands that serve customers through outstanding stores, dynamic online sites and mobile apps.
The Workshop at Macy’s is Macy’s first business development program, launched in 2011 to foster growth in the next generation of minority- and women-owned merchandise suppliers from Harlem to the Hudson.
Macy’s invites Harlemites to get ready to enter a world of magic, imagination, and wonder as the Macy’s Flower Show® opens the first chapter of Spring with Once Upon a Springtime.
Join Harlemite, celebrity chef and Macy’s Culinary Council Chef Marcus Samuelsson for an afternoon of food, fun, music and art, as he shares some of his favorite dishes as a warm-up for the Harlem EatUp! festival, a multi-day celebration of the historic neighborhood’s dynamic culinary scene.