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In the hopes of avoiding fashion disasters before they start, Keaton Row dishes out personalized online styling advice, direct from the mouths of tastemakers and stylists alike. The one stop shop, which teams up with the likes of Shopbop, Nordstrom and Les Nouvelles has announced the addition of ASOS to their docket. Pourquoi? They can now provide options for their plus-size and petite e-clients!
Kate Berry, formerly style director at Martha Stewart Weddings, has been named creative director at the publication…Abby West, formerly senior editor at Entertainment Weekly, has been named executive editor at Essence…Eleni Gage, formerly beauty editor at People magazine, has been named executive editor at Martha Stewart Weddings.
Online retailer to 20-something hipster girls, Nasty Gal, has grown from a vintage clothing eBay operation founded in 2006 to roughly a $115 million business, and the company’s growth shows no signs of waning. Sophia Amoruso, the 29-year-old founder, is launching a new shoe line today called Shoe Cult.
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Fashion’s Wealthiest In 2013 Named [Vogue UK]
Sir Philip Green and the Weston family top the list of Fashion’s wealthiest people
ASOS And The British Fashion Council To Create New Initiative For Young Designers [Refinery29]
Rumor has it there are talks to set up a working space, pattern cutting facilities and access to ASOS’s manufacturing space
John Galliano To Teach At Parsons [The Telegraph]
The designer will teach a new class entitled “Show Me Emotion!” for the BFA program
Creative Director, Naoki Takizawa On Uniqlo’s New LifeWear Concept Collection [Dazed Digital]
Styled by Nicola Formichetti, the new collection is meant to be a series of basics for “everyone and everyday”
10 Young London Creatives Shaping The Future Of Fashion [Business Of Fashion]
BOF talks to London’s bright young things from stylists and photographers to set designers and art directors