Fashion News Roundup: Halle Berry's Vogue Cover, Alexander Wang's Ad Campaign, and Mrs. O In The Row?

You Heard it Here First: See, we don't make these things up. Halle Berry is on the cover of September Vogue. She tells Jonathan Van Meter, "What that means for a woman of color and what that means in the fashion world, what that means to pop culture, there was no way I could say, 'No, I'm not going to be on the biggest issue of the year." We're kind of into the high-drama feel of the shoot, but what is up with the Cleopatra hair? {Vogue.com} Would Michelle Obama wear The Row? Ashley Olsen thinks so, saying "I'd love to get Michelle Obama in The Row. The simple suits and things. It's all made in America, so why not?" We think The Row might be a little lacking in color for Mrs. O, but you never know. {In Style UK} American Apparel's Filing Failures: In case you were wondering, American Apparel's financial woes are not getting any better, because Dov and co. are super late filing their financial reports. They keep trying to delay reporting their last two quarters (for which they expect a loss), which is really bad considering they're a publicly traded company. Things don't look good. {Going Concern}
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You Heard it Here First: See, we don't make these things up. Halle Berry is on the cover of September Vogue. She tells Jonathan Van Meter, "What that means for a woman of color and what that means in the fashion world, what that means to pop culture, there was no way I could say, 'No, I'm not going to be on the biggest issue of the year." We're kind of into the high-drama feel of the shoot, but what is up with the Cleopatra hair? {Vogue.com} Would Michelle Obama wear The Row? Ashley Olsen thinks so, saying "I'd love to get Michelle Obama in The Row. The simple suits and things. It's all made in America, so why not?" We think The Row might be a little lacking in color for Mrs. O, but you never know. {In Style UK} American Apparel's Filing Failures: In case you were wondering, American Apparel's financial woes are not getting any better, because Dov and co. are super late filing their financial reports. They keep trying to delay reporting their last two quarters (for which they expect a loss), which is really bad considering they're a publicly traded company. Things don't look good. {Going Concern}
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You Heard it Here First: See, we don't make these things up. Halle Berry is on the cover of September Vogue. She tells Jonathan Van Meter, "What that means for a woman of color and what that means in the fashion world, what that means to pop culture, there was no way I could say, 'No, I'm not going to be on the biggest issue of the year." We're kind of into the high-drama feel of the shoot, but what is up with the Cleopatra hair? {Vogue.com}

Would Michelle Obama wear The Row? Ashley Olsen thinks so, saying "I'd love to get Michelle Obama in The Row. The simple suits and things. It's all made in America, so why not?" We think The Row might be a little lacking in color for Mrs. O, but you never know. {In Style UK} American Apparel's Filing Failures: In case you were wondering, American Apparel's financial woes are not getting any better, because Dov and co. are super late filing their financial reports. They keep trying to delay reporting their last two quarters (for which they expect a loss), which is really bad considering they're a publicly traded company. Things don't look good. {Going Concern} Wang's Campaign: Alexander Wang's Fall ad campaign starring Zoe Kravitz and model Max Motta is set to hit the streets of New York today. {Fashionologie}

Underground Fashion: Apparently, the MTA has 345 retail spaces and wants to start filling them with luxury/high-end stores. They're perusing downtown Manhattan for hip stores that might be into going even further "downtown." The only problem? Most people who shop at luxury stores take the subway. {Racked}

Heavy Metal: CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund finalist Pamela Love created a line of metal purses exclusively for Revolveclothing.com. They come in either silver or gold and will set you back $3,000. {Vogue.com}