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So That’s a Disaster, But I’m Enjoying It

Pop Fashion

Release Date: 12/20/2019

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We found a place where you can pull off your own mannequin heist. JLo's ex is launching a men's cosmetic product, lipstick is making its post-pandemic comeback, and Authentic Brands Group might go public. Plus, we have an update on Johnson & Johnson baby powder.

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Gap plus Walmart equals so many questions. Rent the Runway has a new board member (hint: it's Gwyneth), Dior is going to Greece, and North Korea banned skinny jeans. H&M workers protested layoffs in Spain, and ocean diamonds are the hottest new jewel.

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Fashion magazine mastheads are getting reorganized, J. Crew's got a new men's designer, and Missoni's creative director is stepping down. Boohoo is tying transparency goals to C-suite bonuses, and shapewear is apparently back.

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L Brands is spinning off Victoria's Secret, Ralph Lauren is selling Club Monaco, and Pyer Moss is headed to the haute couture runway in Paris. Unilever and Hourglass are about to change the world with the color red, New York Fashion Week has a new hype group, and H&M is getting into printable blanks.

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We've got a crime ring to kick things off this week. ModCloth has a new owner (again), Valentino and Zara are both launching beauty, and brown is truly having a fashion moment again. Are fashion magazine internships a thing of the past? Plus: We announce our 7th anniversary microgrant recipients.

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We spend some time talking trademarks in two disputes where brands you know try to get control of some really random stuff, honestly. Kenzo's top designer has left the fashion house and LVMH has launched a sales platform for deadstock fabric. And we remember designer Alber Elbaz.

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We review the Gucci / Balenciaga mashup runway show and fill you in on the Valentino factory fire. Nike and Lululemon are launching refurbishing programs, and Canada Goose is keeping up with its sustainability plan. Plus, there's a Halston miniseries coming to Netflix.

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The Met Gala has been rescheduled, White Castle collaborated with Telfar, and Cardi B has a new collection with Reebok. Nina Ricci is closing its flagship and we have a fashion crime from the shoe industry.

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Hermes has an unusual new home, Brooks Brothers abandoned a bunch of mannequins and Christmas trees, and Nike didn't pay taxes. Meanwhile, Gap is going to prioritize orders by customer loyalty and face masks are going high fashion. Come hang out! 

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Guess discontinued a Telfar lookalike bag, Fashion Nova is compensating customers for shipping delays, and Fifth Avenue is a hot real estate mess. Bottega Veneta launched a digital magazine, and manufacturers are patenting their leather alternatives.

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