Hilary Duff is rolling out a tween line of clothing, jewelry, beauty products, home decor and other items for back-to-school.
A brief look at some of the day’s stories.
On the surface, a study in white sounds pretty bland, but the textiles exhibition on view at the American Folk Art Museum underlines the U.S.’s fascination with neoclassicism and the importance of white in the past.
Burberry said that Burlington and its Cohoes Fashions subsidiary sold scarves, hats, polo shirts and other apparel goods “that are purportedly authentic Burberry merchandise, but that are in fact, counterfeit,” according to the court documents.
It’s increasingly about lifestyle in lingerie licensing.
The demise of Ellegirl has claimed a belated casualty: John Rollins, publisher of Elle since April 2005, quietly left the company last week.
Karl Lagerfeld, it appears, is a soccer fan.