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Women's Wear Daily
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“I’m wearing something short but I’m young so it’s OK, right?” — @chelsealeyland. For more quotes:
Bloomberg News is making a heavy push with its luxury coverage, and it’s starting with digital:
They Are Wearing — Students at Columbia University are taking on the unpredictable spring climate in casual stride:
.@Pharrell is trying on another interesting hat — curator. Next month, he will unveil an exhibition titled “Girl”:
Otte, an indie multilabel retailer with four stores in Manhattan, is celebrating its 15th anniversary [SUB REQ.]:
Alibaba is coming and Amazon — along with eBay and Twitter ­— need to be looking over their shoulders [SUB REQ.]:
Yahoo said Tuesday that it tapped Susan Kittenplan as executive editor of media initiatives:
Slate is seeking subscribers for its newly launched paid site Slate Plus:
Ryan D’Agostino, former articles editor of Esquire, who will take the reins as editor in chief of Popular Mechanics:
The CFDA, via the Fashion Manufacturing Initiative, is launching an online database of NYC production facilities:
The fashion industry has designs on putting an end to mother-to-child HIV transmission through the Born Free project:
Alibaba’s pending IPO signals the coming of a tough new competitor to the U.S. market [SUB REQ.]:
AllSaints will award a prize to the winning team of app builders at the Decoded Fashion Hackathon in London:
Preventing many data breaches at retail via basic controls seems so easy, it’s almost embarrassing [SUB REQ.]:
"I know I’m not the typical beauty model." — Muse-repped model and recent New York expat @ImIssaLish:
Nudie Jeans, known for its dedication to sustainability, is gearing up for a substantial push in the U.S. [SUB REQ.]:
Here, Patrick Kelly looks to be shown at the Philadelphia Museum of Art:
"These customers sleep with their phones." — Jamie Gutfreund on the shopping habits of Millennials [SUB REQ.]:
A 13th anniversary gift is traditionally signified with lace, but Swarovski is opting for something with sparkle:
Westfield World Trade Center is expected to do $700 million to $1 billion in annual retail sales [SUB REQ.]:
The Andy Warhol scandal at the 1964 World’s Fair is being revisited in an exhibit at the Queens Museum:
Assorted PYTs — @RobertsEmma, @NinaAgdal and more — attended New Yorkers for Children's annual spring dinner dance:
"Retrash" is a new book showcasing the work of 82 designers and artists leading the global upcycling movement:
Millennials are putting engagement with products, brands and services ahead of their actual purchasing [SUB REQ.]:
"We go by our instincts — it’s the way Opening Ceremony has gotten to where it is today."—Humberto Leon. More quotes: