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Ulta's moving into Target, VF Corp. bought Supreme, and Chanel increased prices (again!). Seasonal retail hiring is way down this year, and H&M's new home collection has a surprising collaborator. And a photographer is suing Diesel.
It looks like the deal is back on for LVMH and Tiffany. Meanwhile, Adidas is thinking of selling Reebok, while Jason Wu is prepping a beauty line at Target. Plus, a new magazine has an unusual perspective. Come hang out!
Beyonce's latest Ivy Park collection has arrived, hallelujah. Ebay will offer sneaker authentication, True Religion is out of bankruptcy, and Ferragamo might be looking for a new partial owner. And we bet you can't guess how many Amazon reviews are suspected fakes.
LuLaRoe owes some people some money, Ascena is selling tween store Justice, and Macy's is turning stores into fulfillment centers. You can get makeup delivered in two hours! Betsey Johnson is doing a collab we love! And there's a new collection we hate with a fiery passion. Come hang out!
We've got a shoplifting case for the record books, Chanel is fighting against global warming in a creative way, and we find out what went wrong at Nanette Lepore. There's a new collaboration we love (hint: Telfar's involved) and one we hate. And we remember Kenzo Takada.
Cardi B has a few new trademark applications, Charming Charlie is back, and California is banning a whole bunch of cosmetics ingredients. Altuzarra is teaming up with Amazon, retailers love collecting your email addresses, and everybody's gotta stop being dumb dumbs when it's Halloween costume time, okay?
Jenna Lyons has resurfaced, Ralph Lauren is laying off a ton of workers, and a bunch of Amazon scammers got busted by the Department of Justice. Lowe's was the big winner at New York Fashion Week, and Marc Jacobs is trying to buy up all the words in the dictionary. And there's a secondhand department store inside a department store.
Coty has legal trouble, The RealReal has legal trouble, and the pandemic broke online shopping. Plus, Biggie's crown cost how much?
Century 21 is liquidating, LVMH and Tiffany broke it off, and J. Crew is out of bankruptcy. Everything is happening! Fendi has a new creative director, but when will he sleep? And we discuss a potential ban on cotton grown in China. Come hang out!