Fashion News Roundup: Grast's Subway Store, J.C. Penney Ups Its Game & More

Going Underground: Graphic-guru Grast announces its plans to open up shop in a very unlikely location--the Port Authority subway station. {Refinery 29} A Pretty Penney: J.C. Penney's collab with Mango hits stores August 18th. {Wall Street Journal} Independent Woman: Donna Karan plans to lead a fashion show at the first-annual Women: Inspiration and Enterprise Symposium in New York, a one-day event covering topics from childbirth to the business world. The best part? All proceeds will go toward the White Ribbon Alliance for Safe Motherhood. {Vogue UK}
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Going Underground: Graphic-guru Grast announces its plans to open up shop in a very unlikely location--the Port Authority subway station. {Refinery 29} A Pretty Penney: J.C. Penney's collab with Mango hits stores August 18th. {Wall Street Journal} Independent Woman: Donna Karan plans to lead a fashion show at the first-annual Women: Inspiration and Enterprise Symposium in New York, a one-day event covering topics from childbirth to the business world. The best part? All proceeds will go toward the White Ribbon Alliance for Safe Motherhood. {Vogue UK}
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Going Underground: Graphic-guru Grast announces its plans to open up shop in a very unlikely location--the Port Authority subway station. {Refinery 29}

A Pretty Penney: J.C. Penney's collab with Mango hits stores August 18th. {Wall Street Journal}

Independent Woman: Donna Karan plans to lead a fashion show at the first-annual Women: Inspiration and Enterprise Symposium in New York, a one-day event covering topics from childbirth to the business world. The best part? All proceeds will go toward the White Ribbon Alliance for Safe Motherhood. {Vogue UK}

Dirty Little Secret: Victoria's Secret is being sued by Valley Lane Industries for allegedly bullying a Chinese shoe manufacturer into signing an exclusive deal. {New York Daily News} Tempting Textiles: Looking for a graphic punch for fall? Peter Pilotto and co-designer Christopher de Vos plan to launch a collab-line with British staple brand Liberty that promises some seriously stunning textiles. {Racked}