Stitch Fix could become the “Netflix of apparel”???; Jennifer Lawrence has new job at Dior [and new boyfriend–yes, Emily, we read Page Six!]; Disney and TOMS team up for Cinderella collection so you can now dress like a real-life princess; Doctors think a woman’s tattoo may have been cause of severe leg pain/inflammation??; Jimmy Choo co-founder Tamara Mellon on how to make a comeback; The awful-smelling serum dermatologists can’t get enough of; Tiny sunglasses trend; Ugg’s new Fluff Yeah Slides…
Lilly Pulitzer releases yet another limited edition line of S’Well water bottles–they going to sell out yet again?; Fendi show confirms short-shorts and man bags really are back [Jeff, you could pull this off]; Strandlighting is this summer’s coolest hair-lightening technique; ‘Catwoman’ accused of losing $250,000 worth of jewelry; Kate Spade’s funeral arrangements.
Nonsmoker millennials are snapping up retro cigarette gear?; Stella McCartney selling replicas of Meghan Markle’s wedding reception dress (production limited to 46); Ebay launching first-ever ‘community sneaker drop’; $500 Ray-Ban Aviators, plated in 24K gold; Versace’s chunky sock sneakers; The cherry print (everywhere this summer).
Vintage Hermès Birkin bag sells at Christie’s auction for record £162,500 in London – sale makes handbag most expensive ever to sell at European auction; Draper James launches new Mommy and Me collection [Hi, Dara!]; H&M changes its sizing so we’re all, like, smaller, and can now officially shop in the kids’ section; Shudu—the world’s first digital model??; Cactus water having major moment in beauty world right now; Missteps at Victoria’s Secret opening up door for other lingerie retailers (Adore Me!); Bare essentials becoming barely…affordable; Best-dressed team at World Cup; (em)POWER Laces.
Shoemaker Christian Louboutin wins trademark case on red soled high-heels..so maybe now we won’t see so many copycats, like, everywhere???; Lands’ End shares soar as more Sears stores close; Lush sells 12,000 shampoo bars (yes, shampoo bars..and if you haven’t seen them, they look like macarons) in 48 hours; Adidas creates exclusive velvet football worth $15,600 for World Cup; Men’s shorts getting shorter and women’s — longer??; CoverGirl opening first-ever retail store.
Swiss tennis legend Roger Federer reportedly ditches Nike for bigger and better $30 million-a-year, decade-long deal w/Uniqlo; Paris Hilton co-designs retro summer collection w/U.K.-based fast-fashion e-tailer; CVS will soon offer makeup samples and free products??; What the fake hair trade is hiding; Why face sprays are the must-have summer skin-care product of it-girls everywhere; How two lawyers traded in high-paying jobs to create Broo, a natural beer-based shampoo; The $2 charcoal sheet mask that’s sold out at Target; MAC lip glosses to satisfy your…sweet tooth?; Too much Marilyn.
Moon Juice, best known for its magic dusts and powders, now launching first-ever skin-care line…starring…mushrooms!; Delta making adjustments to newly debuted $20 million designer uniforms (because they’re itchy, uncomfortable, causing skin irritations, etc.); ‘Dancing dermatologist’ facing the music; The surprising thing that’s making your outfit look…cheap; An app that spots allergens and cancer-causing ingredients in your skincare; Everything you need to know about jade rolling.
All of Kate Spade’s last designs for Frances Valentine, the label she and husband Andy created in 2015, have sold out; ‘Suit shorts’ are unlikely trend dominating NBA finals; Brands that apparently did not get the ‘retail apocalypse’ memo; Victoria’s Secret semi-annual sale; Crayola makeup line; $2000 jeans.
Remembering Kate Spade, beloved fashion designer and creator of one of the most iconic brands…
Rue La La buys Gilt Groupe, combining two popular flash sale sites; Sephora announces first beauty convention (Think: the Sephora version of BeautyCon); Vans and Marvel join forces for epic superhero sneaker collection; Harry Styles and a chicken (literally) are new faces of Gucci?; The shampoo startup that wants to fundamentally change the way you wash your hair; Golf’s newest fashion accessory [What say you, BG??]; Clark’s revision of the iconic Wallabee; H&M’s success w/smart mirror trials; Mohair ban; Sock Crocs.