Barbara D’Arcy White, who was an interior designer for Bloomingdale’s for more than 40 years, died May 10 in Southampton, N.Y.
D’Arcy White was hired by Marvin Traub, Bloomingdale’s former chairman in 1953, reports Women’s Wear Daily. She was in charge of furniture design and presentation until 1973 when she was promoted to head of store design and visual display. In 1975, she was named a vice president.
She is survived by her husband, Kirk White, an interior designer and architect.