'Scandal' Is Getting Its Own Clothing Collection, Alexa Chung's New Denim Collab, Juicy Couture Lives On and More
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Finally steal Olivia Pope's wardrobe with a new Scandal-inspired collection for The Limited, slated to drop this September. The designs will be a collaboration between Kerry Washington, costume designer Lyn Paolo and The Limited's designer Elliot Staples. [The Limited]
Right when we started mourning the bygone era of Juicy Couture tracksuits, we got word that the brand is not shuttering at all. Instead, it's opening a series of concept stores in 2015 and relaunching its e-commerce site.
Fashion world darling Alexa Chung is coming out with a denim collection for Spring 2015 in collaboration with AG Adriano Goldschmied. All of the top e-tailers are planning to sell the line, which includes 20 pieces inspired by the late '60s and early '70s. [The Telegraph]
Michelle Obama launched a "Drink Up" campaign to encourage Americans to drink more water. She tapped fashion brands including BCBG Max Azria, Rebecca Minkoff, J.Crew and Herve Leger to join in with co-branded products, window displays and TV segments to promote the initiative. [WSJ]
Designer labels can be tricky to pronounce, but you don't have to embarrass yourself by getting it wrong. French brand Comptoir des Cotonniers created a fun video to settle how to say its name once and for all.