Wake Up Round Up: Karl.com Revamps And Tory Burch Sticks To Her Social Media Approach

“I first met Diana Vreeland at lunch in an Italian castle just outside Rome in the late 70s. It was a hot and sultry day and, although everyone there spoke English, albeit heavily accented in many cases, I think she was weary and probably a little bored and wanted to talk with someone for whom English was a first language. Whatever the reason, she took a shine to me and we began a conversation that was to last well over a year about a designer whom we both revered.” [BoF]

Karl.com updated its platform and now has three main sections: homepage, shopping “sektion” and “collections.” [WWD]

“If your head’s still spinning from all the nonstop fashion action at Milk, Lincoln Center, and points further afield, flash back with Report Card through a digest of each day’s critic’s pick for top show.” [Fashionista]

“Though some brands are moving towards a harder sell through their social media channels, Tory Burch says she's sticking with the conversational approach that has launched her to the top of all the ‘best-of social media' listicles.” [Racked]

“It seems like just last week we were watching Lady Gaga get live-tattooed inside a giant egg at the Guggenheim. (Well, because that was last week.) But now that she's been properly inked, the Gaga took her performance art talents across the pond, hitting the catwalk for famous hat maker Philip Treacy's Michael Jackson-themed London Fashion Week show.” [HuffPo]

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