The Daily Roundup: Keira Knightley and Emma Watson Sell Clothes for Charity, Can Wet Seal Be Saved?

by Sydney Sadick

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

Keira Knightley and Emma Watson Sell Clothes for Charity [Vogue UK]
Two stars with two of the most enviable wardrobes—Keira Knightley and Emma Watson—are selling some of their stylish possessions to Vestiaire Collective’s partnership with Women for Women International as part of a new program called Wardrobes For Women

Can Wet Seal be Saved? [Business of Fashion]
Simply put: new money, new leadership, old problems at Wet Seal. Chief executive Melanie Cox breaks down to BOF what she’s doing about it.

FIT Launches a New Exhibition [Vogue]
Introducing: Denim: Fashion’s Frontier, the new exhibit at FIT’s museum that explores fabric’s relationship to fashion.

Green Erdem Collection Heads to Net-A-Porter [Harper’s Bazaar]
A collection of eco-friendly dresses by Erdem are heading to e-shopping hub Net-A-Porter. The capsule marks the designer’s take on the Green Carpet Challenge, an initiative by Eco-Age, a sustainability consulting company.

John Varvatos on Designing Joe Manganiello’s Wedding Tux [Pret-a-Reporter]
The Magic Mike XXL star’s longtime friend John Varvatos told Pret-a-Reporter that the actor wanted something that was “really timeless but at the same time, unique and chic.”

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