The Latest Adidas Collaboration, Mulberry Gets a Makeover, Tinder-Inspired Shopping, and More

(Source: ImaxTree)Was Mary Katrantzou hinting at a future collaboration when she sent sneaker-print duds down the runway for her Spring 2014 collection? Possibly, considering Adidas just announced the designer will be creating a line for the sporty shoe brand. [Vogue]
Kate Spade, on the other hand, is lending her cheerful aesthetic to Gap for a children’s collection, which will hit stores in November. [Racked]

After raising its prices to target elite high-end customers, London-based brand Mulberry, known for its luxury handbags, plans to make products more affordable. [Fashionista]

Meanwhile, Henri Bendel is closing its doors on other labels. Earlier this week, the retailer announced that it will no longer carry third-party vendors in an effort to focus on its own brand. [WWD]

Tinder users will be happy to know they can now utilize their swiping skills to shop. Vintage e-tailer ModCloth recently updated its app to include the convenient swipe right for yes, left for no model when browsing merchandise:

(Courtesy: ModCloth)
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