Wake Up Round Up: 15 Seconds Of Street Style Fame

Andrew Rosen, CEO of Theory:  “When I started, I was 19 years old and my Dad was a very famous guy in the clothing business. I sat at his side and at 21 years old, I was running one of his companies. At 25 years old, I was the CEO.” [BoF]

HL Group co-founder Lynn Tesoro filed a lawsuit against Jalouse's Jennifer Eymere in Manhattan Supreme Court today, alleging “assault, battery, emotional distress, slander and/or libel.” [The Cut]

“Katie Holmes, greeting well-wishers in a black leather blazer and gold beaded heels, became the latest celebrity to take a serious stab at fashion with her Holmes & Yang preview at New York Fashion Week on Wednesday.” [WSJ]

“In front of Milk Studios, on the piers along the Hudson, and at other locations where shows were staged, scores of fashion hopefuls, mostly female, mostly young, preened for the cameras, apparently vying for their 15 seconds of fame on Instagram, Tumblr or one of the dozens of fashion blogs proliferating on the Web…Was it only a couple of years ago that these showily outfitted swans — stylists, bloggers, fashion editors and style-struck students — click-clacked on the pavements, showing off a mash-up of vintage clothes, fast fashion and high-end labels in what used to be seen as a commerce-free zone? Today many of them are Web icons, trotting out their finery for scores of fans.” [New York Times]

“The store on Regent Street has been designed as a physical manifestation of the Burberry website, known as Burberry World Live… Remodelling the grand structure into a bricks-and-mortar version of a website is a clear statement to the world that, for Burberry, digital now comes first.” [Guardian]

“Men's interest in clothing and personal style is growing and they continue to move toward shopping for themselves, they say.” [Reuters]

[Image credit: Ben Sklar for The New York Times]

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