Five Fashion Law Must Reads for the Weekend
Curl up with your tablet and check out the chicest news stories in the media this week!
Why Target had the only ad in Vogue’s Sept. Issue with a Digital Edge via Digiday
The 832 pages of Vogue’s September 2015 issue — which is fronted by a pink-sequined Beyoncé — are stubbornly, defiantly analog.
FASHION MAGAZINES STAY MUM ON SEPTEMBER AD PAGE NUMBERS via Fashionista
When it comes to the September issues, size matters.
American Apparel Workers Bash A Piñata Of Their CEO via Refinery29
If Paula Schneider decided to write a book right now, it might be called Backlash Is a Bitch: Or, Things I’ve Learned as CEO of American Apparel.
Urban Outfitters’ bohemian brand has surpassed H&M, Zara, and Forever 21 via Business Insider
Free People is the top destination for college girls.
Abercrombie & Fitch Swings to Loss, But Hollister Shows Improvement via The Wall Street Journal
Abercrombie & Fitch Co. swung to a loss, hurt by weaker sales, but moves to reposition its Hollister brand showed signs of improvement.
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