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Release Date: 12/12/2019

No One Here is Going to the Same Party  show art No One Here is Going to the Same Party

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We're still talking about the Met Gala, Telfar is launching a TV channel, and Karl Lagerfeld's estate is being auctioned. You have a new option for getting your Manolos repaired, Kenzo named a new artistic director, and Marie Claire is ending its print run.

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Scoot Scoot Take the Loot  show art Scoot Scoot Take the Loot

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Christian Siriano is going to design denim, Banana Republic is "refreshing" its brand, and a Paris Bulgari store got robbed. In celebrity news, we've got new partnerships for Frank Ocean and Snoop Dogg, and a new beauty venture for Jennifer Aniston.

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The Oprah of Louboutins show art The Oprah of Louboutins

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Chanel is buying lavender fields, Sequential Brands filed Chapter 11, and Affirm is partnering with Amazon. Stitch Fix apologized to stylists, hats are having a moment, and Kanye is up to something with Balenciaga

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Urban Outfitters is launching a resale platform, Iris Apfel is turning 100, and ear piercings might be the new mid-life crisis. Kylie's got a new swimwear line, and Nordstrom is picking up yet another brand to feature. Valentino stores got robbed and fashion designers are very superstitious. Come hang out! 

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The Cake to Our Cake  show art The Cake to Our Cake

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Kaarin's baking a cake for a basketball legend, Old Navy is expanding its sizing options, and Lisa finally talks about the blinding modern-day success of Crocs. New Balance is suing Michael Kors, and an aspiring fashion designer has gotten himself into a bit of a pickle.

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Is It Fashion or Is It Halloween?  show art Is It Fashion or Is It Halloween?

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Moschino got bought out, Conde Nast finally paid its rent, and the adaptive clothing market is growing fast. Frank Ocean has a new fashion line, collaboration fatigue is real, and inflation is coming for your wardrobe.

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Tiffany's newest campaign is ruffling some feathers and Stitch Fix is shaking up stylist scheduling. We've got a gigantic fashion crime for you, and an update on an old case. Plus: Oscar de la Renta is ditching fur, and Rihanna has released the first fragrance from Fenty.

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Nordstrom has a new retail partner, Phoebe Philo has surfaced, and New York Fashion Week has a new home this fall. Trying to extort Nike will get you at least 2 years in prison, and there's family drama at Alex Mill.

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The Luxury Fashion Trombone  show art The Luxury Fashion Trombone

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Skims is going to the Olympics, Chanel is raising prices, and Bergdorf Goodman might have interested buyers. Major apparel brands are under fire for allegedly using forced labor in China, and renting clothing isn't as good for the environment as we hoped.

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Marc Jacobs is back, Halston's Netflix collab is flying off the shelves, and LVMH took over Pucci. Retail Workers are over it, and a watch detective is here to solve all your high-end timepiece crimes.

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