The Daily Roundup: Naomi Walked Yeezy Season 3, Hilfiger Embraces Direct-to-Consumer Shows

by Sydney Sadick

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Naomi Campbell Walked Yeezy Season 3 [Daily Front Row]
Enough said. The legendary model, decked out in a black fur coat, took to the catwalk at Kanye’s Madison Square Garden fashion show-meets-album release extravaganza.

Tommy Hilfiger Embraces Direct-to-Consumer Shows [Business of Fashion]
Starting this September, the American fashion brand will stage a multimedia broadcast fashion shows targeting consumers, with full collections instantly available for sale via retail, e-commerce, and wholesale channels, BOF exclusively revealed.

Liv Tyler Channels Amelia Earhart in Belstaff Short Film [Pret-a-Reporter]
The Belstaff ambassador, creative contributor, and actress retraced the footsteps of Amelia Earhart,one of the first women the Brit brand dressed, in a short film that Tyler also executive produced.

Mulberry Cuts Costs [Vogue UK]
In cost-cutting efforts, the fashion house announced a new licensing deal with Onward Luxury Group to distribute its ready-to-wear and footwear collections around the globe.

Kanye West Wants to be Hermès Creative Director [Glamour]
Yup, he said it—and referenced a convo he had backstage with Anna Wintour—to his packed crowd at MSG and 20 million people tuning in via life stream, stating “I told this to Anna [Wintour] backstage, my dream is to be the creative director of Hermès.”

Here’s How Lucky Blue Smith Does Fashion Week [Vogue]

InStyle Makes Over March Issue [Daily Front Row]

13 Designers Who are Making their NYFW Debut [Fashionista]

Jenny Packham Collabs with David’s Bridal [Telegraph UK]

Ivana Trump on her Parenting Skills [Page Six]

Banana Republic Brings the Consumer to Fashion Week [Yahoo! Style]

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