terça-feira, 5 de outubro de 2010

Fashion News Roundup: eBay’s new style site, Vuitton’s Disco Inspiration, and Lara on Vogue, Again

eBay’s New Look: eBay just launched ebaylookbook.com, a style site with user-generated personal style that visitors can vote on. Popular participants can win fashion accessories. There’s also a trends and style tips section contributed by our very own Lauren Sherman. {eBay Lookbook}
Marc Works Hard For the Money: It sounds like Marc’s seventies infatuation will carry over to tomorrow’s Vuitton show. Supposedly, his inspiration for the collection was disco sensation Donna Summer. {Daily Front Row}
Dov Charney Continues to Dodge Bullets: American Apparel will not file for bankruptcy thanks to an alteration of their agreement with lenders at Lion Capital. The agreement sounds like it came with some conditions. “We are working together with Dov to realign the capital structure of American Apparel to support a number of key initiatives within the business, including the hiring of several new senior executives,” said partner Lyndon Lea. Sure this is all great news for the company and its patrons, but this doesn’t in any way mean the end of all of American Apparel’s problems. {NY Mag}
Vogue Hearts Lara: Lara Stone follows one European Vogue cover with another. The model looks fantastic on November’s British Vogue and a bit more demure than on French Vogue’s 90th anniversary issue. {Vogue UK}

Dash New York?
Kim and Kourtney Kardashian will reportedly be spending the next few months in NYC, filming E!’s newest Keeping Up With the Kardashians spin-off and “expanding the family business.” We wonder where the new Dash will be. {Daily Mail}

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