Fashion News Roundup: Bob Guccione Passes Away, Alexander Wang Pre-Sale, and ADR's Headpiece Blocks the Sartoralist's View

The Racked 38: Racked has updated their "Racked 38"--a definitive list of New York City's shopping experiences. Some stores that made the list: Housing Works, Trash & Vaudeville, Patricia Field, and Opening Ceremony. {Racked} Bob Guccione Passes Away: Bob Guccione, the man best known for establishing the men's magazine Penthouse (but for our purposes, he's the man who launched Anna Wintour's career), has passed away of throat cancer. Guccione gave Wintour her first job in the magazine industry in the late 1970's when he hired her as the fashion editor of his adult magazine, Viva. {People} Alexander Wang Pre-sale: Opening Ceremony has announced their pre-sale of Alexander Wang's Spring 2011 collection. The pre-sale will begin on October 25 on Opening Ceremony's website, and will offer select looks from the designers collection. So, if you're into white and have some spare change to drop on a white paint-splatter dress, then start counting down the days. {Opening Ceremony}
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The Racked 38: Racked has updated their "Racked 38"--a definitive list of New York City's shopping experiences. Some stores that made the list: Housing Works, Trash & Vaudeville, Patricia Field, and Opening Ceremony. {Racked} Bob Guccione Passes Away: Bob Guccione, the man best known for establishing the men's magazine Penthouse (but for our purposes, he's the man who launched Anna Wintour's career), has passed away of throat cancer. Guccione gave Wintour her first job in the magazine industry in the late 1970's when he hired her as the fashion editor of his adult magazine, Viva. {People} Alexander Wang Pre-sale: Opening Ceremony has announced their pre-sale of Alexander Wang's Spring 2011 collection. The pre-sale will begin on October 25 on Opening Ceremony's website, and will offer select looks from the designers collection. So, if you're into white and have some spare change to drop on a white paint-splatter dress, then start counting down the days. {Opening Ceremony}
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The Racked 38: Racked has updated their "Racked 38"--a definitive list of New York City's shopping experiences. Some stores that made the list: Housing Works, Trash & Vaudeville, Patricia Field, and Opening Ceremony. {Racked}

Bob Guccione Passes Away: Bob Guccione, the man best known for establishing the men's magazine Penthouse (but for our purposes, he's the man who launched Anna Wintour's career), has passed away of throat cancer. Guccione gave Wintour her first job in the magazine industry in the late 1970's when he hired her as the fashion editor of his adult magazine, Viva. {People}

Alexander Wang Pre-sale: Opening Ceremony has announced their pre-sale of Alexander Wang's Spring 2011 collection. The pre-sale will begin on October 25 on Opening Ceremony's website, and will offer select looks from the designers collection. So, if you're into white and have some spare change to drop on a white paint-splatter dress, then start counting down the days. {Opening Ceremony}

The Sartorialist Can't Get His Shot: Remember when Tavi's huge bow blocked the view at the Dior Couture show earlier this year? This time it's Anna Dello Russo whose massive headpiece has blocked someone's view. That someone happens to be the Sartorialist. The Vogue Nippon fashion director didn't leave much of a view for Schuman while he watched the Paris premiere of Kanye West's Runaway video. And while we don't think Schuman really minded, it's kind of a bummer because we bet the video was really good. {The Sartorialist}

Kooba Design Contest: Kooba wants you to unleash your inner creative self and design a handbag for the line. If interested, the Bloomingdale's on 59th and Lexington will be hosting an event where you can submit your design and have the chance to get expert design advice from Abbe Held, the creative director of Kooba. {Kooba}