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WEDNESDAY October 12

One of the best parts of reading Women’s Wear Daily isn’t reading so much as it is checking out the cool pictures. Tonight WWD is celebrating its first photography issue with a salute to its editorial imagery and video partnership with Shutterstock. 684 more words

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Would Sarah Burton still be perfect for Dior?

Though the succession has been fulfilled and Valentino’s Maria Grazia Chiuri had become it’s creative director. Nonetheless feminine power won! in  accordance to dior’s line of succession Chiuri is the first woman to held the position. 536 more words


UPDATE: WWD, Fashion Snoops Reach 'Agreement in Principle'

(Fashion Law Report Rare and Exclusive Story)

The Internet and reportage of fashion related news collide in a new copyright infringement suit. For more than a century, WWD has delivered valuable business intelligence and fashion related content and is the periodical of record for the fashion, retail and beauty industries. 1,234 more words

Fashion Court

The Lady and the Pig

Born in Cincinnati in 1879 to a wealthy Jewish family, Edith Louise Rosenbaum took an interest in fashion at an early age. After attending a series of finishing schools, she moved to Paris to become a saleswoman for a… 595 more words


Hedi Slimane leaves Yves Saint Laurent as its Creative and Image Director

Kering confirms that this is no April Fool’s joke.

According to Women’s Wear Daily, François-Henri Pinault, chairman of Kering said, “What Yves Saint Laurent has achieved over the past four years represents a unique chapter in the history of the house.” 135 more words


Livingly Media

European website Aufeminin described Livingly as “One of the top-25 digital publishers of lifestyle content in the United States,” in a 2015 Women’s Wear Daily… 133 more words

Saint Laurent Museum to Include Designer’s Studio

The permanent Yves Saint Laurent museum in Paris will include access to the couturier’s studio and the former couture salons.

Source: Saint Laurent Museum to Include Designer’s Studio