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Direct, Internet and Catalogue

“Selfie Hero” is a layered watercolor portrait created by artist Gel Jamlang that appeared in Lenny Letter.

Fab.com Collaborates With Lena Dunham’s Lenny Letter

For one month, Fab.com will sell items that are printed with designs that accompanied articles in the newsletter.

House of Harlow 1960 x Revolve

Nicole Richie’s House of Harlow 1960, Revolve Team on New Collection

Revolve continues to exercise its design and production prowess following its acquisition of Alliance Apparel last year with a new collaboration that debuts this week.

Aella

Aella Prepares for South Coast Plaza Bloomingdale’s Debut

The Los Angeles online company, which started with an aim to make the perfect pant, will take its offering to a new customer base following the success of a pop-up at Bloomingdale’s 59th Street flagship in New York.

Frank & Oak

ReCon 2016: Frank + Oak CEO Stresses Innovation at Every Consumer Touch Point

The Millennial male lifestyle brand wants to meet its customers wherever they are whether that be in store or on a phone.

Google's Lisa Green, Moda Operandi's Lauren Santo Domingo, The RealReal's Julie Wainwright and Glossier's Emily Weiss speak at the FT Business of Luxury Summit

Lessons for Luxury E-Commerce From Google, Moda Operandi

Google’s Lisa Green, Moda Operandi’s Lauren Santo Domingo, The RealReal’s Julie Wainwright and Glossier’s Emily Weiss share key insights.

Vestiaire Collective

Vestiaire Collective CEO on Re-commerce Landscape, Growth

The Parisian luxury resale marketplace continues to focus on the U.S., with expansion into Asia not far off.

Shir Shtein

Shpirulina.com Sets Sights on Vintage Apparel Consumers

Shir Shtein, a 29-year-old textile designer from Israel, launched the site last year.

JD.com headquarters, Beijing, China.

JD.com Executives Have Alibaba in Their Sights

The company invited a group of foreign journalists to its headquarters here, home to 13,000 of the group’s 120,000 employees.

DSTLD

DSTLD Moves Forward With Mini-IPO Process

The West Hollywood denim brand is looking to raise as much as $6 million in the process, which provides an alternative funding vehicle for smaller companies.