Net-a-porter, the online designer fashion mecca, is in talks to be bought by retail giant Amazon for the cool sum of $2.19 billion, Women's Wear Daily reports.
Mattel's limited edition Karl Lagerfeld Barbie has already sold out.
Well, here's Diane von Furstenberg's attempt to make a silk purse out of a sow's ear. Her limited edition collection for Google Glass will be available next week through online luxury retailer Net-a-Porter with a price tag as unpalatable as its design.
- Gap, which last week announced it would be switching to a logo it had been trialling, immediately faced vituperative criticism. It first asked customers for better ideas, and then apologized. Now Gap has reverted to its boring old logo. [BBC]
When it's good, Brit style is so very, very good: whimsical and daring and polished in equal measure. So is it any wonder that the fashionista-studded Net-A-Porter 10th Birthday Party at London's Westfield was a style bonanza? (Okay, with kneesocks...)
- If you share our concerns about the lovely Alexa Chung's posture, you will not find her Vogue UK cover, or the editorial that goes with it, particularly soothing. [ONTD]
- Whitney Port isn't in Kell On Earth. And on Lauren Conrad: "We still keep in touch on a friendship level. But in terms of fashion we don't really talk about it anymore because we're not in the same arena." [PopEater]