Fashion News Roundup: Full-Figured Fashion Week, A Deconstructed Kelly Bag and Lori Goldstein Goes to W

Full-Figured Fashion Week Returns in Force: The three-day event kicked off it's third year by completely selling out and leaving women scrambling for tickets. Beginning July 16, the shows highlight items for women over a size 12. So far, over 1,000 women are expected to attend the finale. {NY Daily News} Wanna model? There's an App For That: Modeling agency Factor Models has just launched the first ever app that allows models to be discovered, meaning aspiring models can download the free app onto their iPhone or iPad and submit themselves with just a few screen taps. {Factor Women} W Has Another New Hire: Stylist Lori Goldstein has found a permanent home in W's expanding fashion department. She will be the glossy's new style editor at large and will work alongside new fashion and style director and Vogue alum Edward Enninful. {WWD}
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Full-Figured Fashion Week Returns in Force: The three-day event kicked off it's third year by completely selling out and leaving women scrambling for tickets. Beginning July 16, the shows highlight items for women over a size 12. So far, over 1,000 women are expected to attend the finale. {NY Daily News} Wanna model? There's an App For That: Modeling agency Factor Models has just launched the first ever app that allows models to be discovered, meaning aspiring models can download the free app onto their iPhone or iPad and submit themselves with just a few screen taps. {Factor Women} W Has Another New Hire: Stylist Lori Goldstein has found a permanent home in W's expanding fashion department. She will be the glossy's new style editor at large and will work alongside new fashion and style director and Vogue alum Edward Enninful. {WWD}
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Full-Figured Fashion Week Returns in Force: The three-day event kicked off it's third year by completely selling out and leaving women scrambling for tickets. Beginning July 16, the shows highlight items for women over a size 12. So far, over 1,000 women are expected to attend the finale. {NY Daily News}

Wanna model? There's an App For That: Modeling agency Factor Models has just launched the first ever app that allows models to be discovered, meaning aspiring models can download the free app onto their iPhone or iPad and submit themselves with just a few screen taps. {Factor Women}

W Has Another New Hire: Stylist Lori Goldstein has found a permanent home in W's expanding fashion department. She will be the glossy's new style editor at large and will work alongside new fashion and style director and Vogue alum Edward Enninful. {WWD}

Carolina Herrera's New Ad Inspired By Herself: The designer rediscovered an old picture of herself shot by photographer friend Norman Parkinson in 1977 and channeled the soft simple elegance for her Fall/Winter ad starring Sigrid Agren and shot by Patrick Demarchelier. To be honest, I think Herrera's own '70s trousers and turtleneck are so much cooler than the currently-featured sequined sweater. { Huffington Post}

Design Your Own Louis Vuitton: While in Milan for Men's Fashion Week, the brand will unveil a new made-to-order shoe service. Kanye already has his credit card in hand. {WWD}

This Is What a Deconstructed Hermes Kelly Bag Looks Like: German photographer Jeroen van Rooijen made a book, Zarglet (German for disassembled) where he takes apart iconic items, like a Converse or a Mackintosh raincoat, and discusses their origins. Now we can steal all the Hermes secrets and make our very own! {Styleite}

Jessica White Goes to Court: The Sports Illustrated swimsuit model, who allegedly assaulted a woman outside a Manhattan nightclub last October, was ordered three days of community service, two anger management classes and a fine of $490 for the victim's hospital bill. The charges will be dropped as long as she keeps her fists of fury in check. {Huffington Post}