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Alexander Wang Launches Jewelry [Pret-a-Reporter]
Alexander Wang fans, get ready: The designer’s label continues to grow with the introduction of a jewelry line, which will hit Wang stores later this month before expanding to other retailers in the spring.
McQueen Moves Show to London [Vogue UK]
The London-based fashion house, which has typically shown at Paris Fashion Week, is relocating to London for its Fall/Winter 2016 show.
How Alessandro Michele Revolutionized Gucci [Business of Fashion]
Intel on Alessandro Michele’s mega pre-fall collection for Gucci, which features “quirky character” and fairy tale vibes.
Chanel Pays Record Price for Rodeo Drive Space [L.A. Times]
The French fashion house purchased its 11,500-square-foot store at 400 N. Rodeo Drive that it had been leasing for about $152 million (or $13,217 per square foot), according to Elkins Kalt Weintraub Reuben Gartside, a law firm involved in the transaction.
Dior’s Next Two Collections to Be Designed In-House [Harper’s Bazaar]
With Raf Simons out, Dior announced that its Spring 2016 Couture and Fall 2016 Ready-to-Wear collections will be designed by the brand’s in-house studio. Couture will show in January while RTW will debut in March.