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  1. Vogue Goes Digital with a New Flipboard Partnership
    Vogue has now taken another step into the digital age, through a partnership with Flipboard, an app that allows users to create personalized magazines for themselves.
  2. Download CFDA’s NYFW List App to Stay up to Date on Events and Designers
    CFDA’s NYFWList app gives stylites the New York Fashion Week calendar in the palm of their hands.
  3. Karl Lagerfeld’s London Flagship Store Will Open its Doors Next Month
    March 14, 2014 is when Karl Lagerfeld’s namesake brand will be finally opening its flagship store. 145-146 Regent Street, London is where the fashion label will call home.
  4. New York Beats London to World’s Fashion Capital Title 2013
    According to the Global Fashion Capital index, New York and Paris have been deemed more fashionable than the English capital.


  1. Is Net-a-Porter for Sale?
    Industry sources suggest that Richemont, owners of luxury etailer, may be shopping around for a new buyer.
  2. Can Fashion Companies Use Technology to Connect with Supply Chain Workers?
    After Rana Plaza, M&S and Patagionia are among companies using new tools to give under-represented workers a voice.
  3. Nordstrom Ups its Fashion Game with Pop-Up Shops Featuring Proenza Schouler, Rodarte
    On Thursday, Nordstrom will open a series of pop-up shops called Pop-In @ Nordstrom, each full of carefully curated merchandise that will function as a store within a store.
  4. Kering Launches Online Magazine K
    In the wake of its name change earlier this year, Paris-based luxury conglomerate Kering has launched a digital magazine named “K” published in both English and French.