Fashion Blogger News Round Up: Coach Awarded $257 Million in Internet Counterfeiting Case


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  • Now that Halloween has officially been moved to November 5th for New York and New Jersey, take a look at who these stars dressed up for the occasion. [Fashionista]
  • “Vogue China paid tribute to the 120th anniversary of its American parent with a gala that would have been unthinkable at its own launch seven years ago.” [WWD]
  • “Ebay is to make a renewed push into China via a partnership with, a local online retailer of luxury goods. The US group plans to focus on importing high-end western goods at discount prices, taking advantage of a growing desire for such items in China, but without wading into the fierce competition of the domestic market.” [FT]
  • Why high-end consumers today are now more concerned with customizing their looks. [Independent]
  • Even fashion had to evacuate in NYC for Hurricane Sandy — Anna Wintour and Carine Roitfeld took refuge under the same roof during Hurricane Sandy. [The Cut]
  • See who wore what to the CMA's this year. [Examiner]
  • Will Hurricane Sandy steal Christmas? [WWD]
  • “In the latest internet counterfeiting case involving a designer brand, luxury leather goods label Coach have been awarded £160 million in damages – although they will never actually see the money.” [Telegraph]
  • From contemporary art to cinema to architecture, Prada is much more than fashion. [The Guardian]

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