Wake Up Round Up: A Look Inside Burberry’s Digitally Inspired Regent Street Shop

A look inside Burberry's new Regent Street shop, described as: “the sophisticated digital technology, the impressive multimedia event space, and all that Burberry product, housed in 27,000 square feet of selling space, about the same size as the landmark Apple Store just up the street.” [BoF]

IBM's “Birth of a Trend” project has developed an algorithm that taps into trends that have the potential to hit the big time. [WWD]

The three most buzzed about shows at London Fashion Week. [Fashionista]

Condé Nast France plans to launch a French edition of the Harper's Bazaar in 2013. [WWD]

“Expect a ‘very Versace' online store when the company unveils its new e-commerce site on Wednesday.” [WWD]

“Twitter will soon remove support for third-party image hosts, such as Twitpic and yfrog, from its official apps, according to a person who was briefed on the company's plans. The changes will be coming fairly soon — likely in the next updates to each client.” [BuzzFeed]

“Yvan Rodic of the popular street style blog The Facehunter has created a mini-collection for Urban Outfitters using the photographs he has taken over the years as inspiration.” [Mama's A Rolling Stone]

“Chanel has been ordered to pay a former knitwear supplier, World Tricot, £161,000 (€200,000) by the Paris Court of Appeal. The ruling is the latest twist in an ongoing legal battle between the two companies.” [Telegraph]



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