Fashion Roundup: Christian Siriano’s Line Hasn’t Taken Off; Tory Burch Not for Sale; Harper’s Bazaar Expanding

Despite his catch phrases, Project Runway winner Christian Siriano is struggling to transform his reality TV fame into sales. [WSJ]

Tom Ford on the rumor that he’s difficult to work for: “I don’t think I’m a megalomaniac, though you’d have to ask the people who work with me. Either we click or they don’t last very long. Do I throw tantrums? Yes. But more with Richard [Buckley, Mr. Ford’s partner], at home if he’s forgotten to buy milk.” [Vogue UK

Tory Burch said that despite the current state of the economy, she does not plan on selling her label. But a 30 percent stake might be for sale. [WWD

Hearst International is launching editions of Harper’s Bazaar in Bulgaria, Ukraine, Serbia, India and Croatia. [FWD

Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen have managed to move their fashion vision from Wal-Mart to Madison Avenue. [NY Times]

Ralph Lauren and Giorgio Armani have earned the top two spots in’s rankings of the 100 most powerful people in men’s fashion and retail for the second year in a row, followed closely by Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana, Miuccia Prada, Patrizio Bartelli, and François-Henri Pinault. [Vogue UK