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Katy Perry Names Pump After Hillary Clinton [The New York Times]
The singer posted a photo of the former Secretary of State on her Instagram account wearing a shoe from her line called “The Hillary“—a suede pump available in pink and seafoam green with a stacked 3.5-inch lucite heel with moons and stars floating inside that sells for $139.
Inside Farfetch’s Store of the Future [BoF]
Farfetch is set to unveil a beta version of its Store of the Future, an ‘operating system’ for physical retail.
Burberry, Unplugged: Christopher Bailey [ELLE]
The designer’s latest obsession? Gorgeously old-school craftsmanship.
Remembering Glenn O’Brien, Before and After Andy Warhol [Vanity Fair]
Pal and colleague Bob Colacello looks back on frequent run-ins with one of his college idols, Andy Warhol, and working together on Interview magazine.
Bebe Lays Off Hundreds of Employees [California Apparel News]
Following the news of its decision to shutter all of its 170 stores in the next few years, Bebe also announced major layoffs at two of its offices: 136 have been let go at the Brisbane, California, headquarters, and another 160 have been laid off at the Los Angeles office.