The Daily Roundup: Edie Parker Sues Box Bag, Wizard of Oz Dress Sells for $1.5M

by Sydney Sadick

Your daily dose of chic intel has arrived! Read on for our roster of must-read tidbits…

Edie Parker Sues Box Bag [Vogue UK]
New York-based handbag label Edie Parker, best known for enamel clutches that are often adorned with the wearer’s name, is suing Box Bag for allegedly copying its designs.

Wizard of Oz Dorothy Dress Sold for $1.5M [Page Six]
An iconic blue and white gingham dress worn by Judy Garland in the 1939 movie sold for $1.56 million at an auction in New York. The dress was one of 10 thought to have been made for the actress in her role as Dorothy in the Hollywood classic.

Meet Stylist Law Roach’s Newest Client [Pret-a-Reporter]
The AMAs marked Ariana Grande’s first collaboration with Law Roach, the stylist who also is responsible for Zendaya’s killer clothes.

Tod’s Buys Roger Vivier [Business of Fashion]
$441 million dollars is the price Tod’s Group, the company that owns the namesake footwear line, will pay to acquire the Roger Vivier luxury shoes and accessories brand. The company also owns labels Hogan and Fay.

24 Hours with Peter Copping [Harper’s Bazaar]
Two Siamese cats, 100-plus antique porcelain plates, and 2,400 images on Pinterest: The Oscar de la Renta designer’s life by the numbers.

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