New York Fashion Week finds dual new homes
April 14, 2015 - fall Denim
Rumors have been ascent for weeks about a probable new home of New York Fashion Week, and we finally have an answer — a Skylight during Moynihan Station and Skylight Clarkson Square. Meanwhile, Adidas sues Marc Jacobs for hidden a iconic three-stripe design.
-Fashionistas take note: NYFW is vacating Lincoln Center for good and creation a approach downtown. The biannual eventuality will now be hold during dual new locations: a Skylight during Moynihan Station on Eighth Avenue between 32nd and 33rd streets, that’s right, in a turn-of-century post bureau building; and Skylight Clarkson Square during 550 Washington St in distant west Soho. [Racked]
-Adidas wants Marc Jacobs to destroy a collection of wardrobe that allegedly stole a sporty brand’s iconic three-stripe embellishment. “Marc Jacobs’ use of confusingly identical imitations of Adidas’s Three-Stripe Mark is expected to deceive, confuse, and trick purchasers and impending purchasers” claims a suit. [New York Post]
-Kim Sears finally tied a tangle with bullion award Olympian tennis actor Andy Murray over a weekend, with a bride wearing Jenny Packham and a Scottish husband donning a green-and-blue kilt. [Telegraph]
-The buyers during Beacon’s Closet finally get their possibility to speak behind after being vilified by a new part of “Broad City” in that Abbi and Ilana try to sell a collection of used garments to no avail. [The Cut]
-The ongoing drought in California has one astonishing casualty: a denim market. LA-based jean manufacturers such as 7 for All Mankind and True Religion use H2O to emanate “distressed” selected looks. Fortunately, a new device might concede them to emanate a same demeanour but H2O. [Wall Street Journal]