Bill and Melody Cohen, the founders of United Apparel Liquidators, who don’t advertise, relying solely on word of mouth, in Nashville, Tenn., March 11, 2017. The off-price retailer U.A.L. is largely unknown outside the South, yet it is a regular pilgrimage site for fashion insiders looking for high-end designer wear at dizzying markdowns.
Bill and Melody Cohen, the founders of United Apparel Liquidators, who don’t advertise, relying solely on word of mouth, in Nashville, Tenn., March 11, 2017. The off-price retailer U.A.L. is largely unknown outside the South, yet it is a regular pilgrimage site for fashion insiders looking for high-end designer wear at dizzying markdowns. KYLE DEAN REINFORD The New York Times
Bill and Melody Cohen, the founders of United Apparel Liquidators, who don’t advertise, relying solely on word of mouth, in Nashville, Tenn., March 11, 2017. The off-price retailer U.A.L. is largely unknown outside the South, yet it is a regular pilgrimage site for fashion insiders looking for high-end designer wear at dizzying markdowns. KYLE DEAN REINFORD The New York Times

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