The Daily Roundup: H&M Apologizes for Controversial Scarf, Céline Awarded Design Protection

by Sydney Sadick

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

H&M Apologizes for a Controversial Scarf [Vogue UK]
The retailer apologized for any offense it may have caused by producing a striped scarf that social-media users have alleged is a copy of a Tallit, the Jewish prayer shawl.

Céline Awarded Protection for Luggage Tote Design [Fashion Law]
Céline now holds federal trade dress protection for its coveted Luggage Tote, enabling the French house to sue over cheap imitations. No copy cats allowed!

What Fashion Needs to Know about Cybersecurity [Business of Fashion]
As cyber attacks become more frequent and severe, BOF explores how fashion businesses can protect themselves and their customers.

Kendrick Lamar Collabs with Reebok [Yahoo! Style]
A look at the Grammy award-winning rapper’s Kendrick Lamar x Reebok Classic Leather collection, which launches January 16, marking their second collaboration.

Target and SoulCycle Want You to Sweat in Style [Pret-a-Reporter]
Target and SoulCycle are partnering to bring the cycling hub to 10 cities over the course of four weeks and offer an exclusive four-piece collection of Insta-worthy SoulCycle apparel.

Louis Vuitton Taps Bond Girl Léa Seydoux [People Style]
The label just announced the Spectre actress as its new face, and she joins the ranks of Alicia Vikander, Michelle Williams, Jennifer Connelly, and Doona Bae.

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