Fashion News Roundup: Toy Story Gets A Clothing Line, NYT Introduces New Style App, and Lea Michele Covers December's Allure

The Toy Story Clothing Line You Didn't Ask For: Pixar and Bossini, a Hong Kong based clothing company, have collaborated on a clothing line inspired by Toy Story. While you wouldn't know it from looking at the pieces, the clothes are for men and women--not just children. As far as wearability, they should fit you just fine if you're a pre-pubescent fifth grader. {Racked} The New York Times Delivers Fashion to Your iPad: The New York Times is combining T Magazine, The Moment, Thursday and Sunday Styles, and the International Herald Tribune, to bring you The Collection, a new iPad app for the fashionista that just cannot get enough. Sign us up. {NYT} Dries Van Noten Photo Exhibit: Remember the breathtaking land and cityscape prints featured on Dries Van Noten's Spring 2012 collection? Well the original photos by James Reeve that inspired the looks are getting another day in the spotlight. They will be displayed alongside pieces from the collection in an exhibit taking place at the Song concept store in Vienna, and then again in Hong Kong, Tokyo, and Paris in the upcoming months. {WWD (subscription required)}
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The Toy Story Clothing Line You Didn't Ask For: Pixar and Bossini, a Hong Kong based clothing company, have collaborated on a clothing line inspired by Toy Story. While you wouldn't know it from looking at the pieces, the clothes are for men and women--not just children. As far as wearability, they should fit you just fine if you're a pre-pubescent fifth grader. {Racked} The New York Times Delivers Fashion to Your iPad: The New York Times is combining T Magazine, The Moment, Thursday and Sunday Styles, and the International Herald Tribune, to bring you The Collection, a new iPad app for the fashionista that just cannot get enough. Sign us up. {NYT} Dries Van Noten Photo Exhibit: Remember the breathtaking land and cityscape prints featured on Dries Van Noten's Spring 2012 collection? Well the original photos by James Reeve that inspired the looks are getting another day in the spotlight. They will be displayed alongside pieces from the collection in an exhibit taking place at the Song concept store in Vienna, and then again in Hong Kong, Tokyo, and Paris in the upcoming months. {WWD (subscription required)}
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The Toy Story Clothing Line You Didn't Ask For: Pixar and Bossini, a Hong Kong based clothing company, have collaborated on a clothing line inspired by Toy Story. While you wouldn't know it from looking at the pieces, the clothes are for men and women--not just children. As far as wearability, they should fit you just fine if you're a pre-pubescent fifth grader. {Racked}

The New York Times Delivers Fashion to Your iPad: The New York Times is combining T Magazine, The Moment, Thursday and Sunday Styles, and the International Herald Tribune, to bring you The Collection, a new iPad app for the fashionista that just cannot get enough. Sign us up. {NYT}

Dries Van Noten Photo Exhibit: Remember the breathtaking land and cityscape prints featured on Dries Van Noten's Spring 2012 collection? Well the original photos by James Reeve that inspired the looks are getting another day in the spotlight. They will be displayed alongside pieces from the collection in an exhibit taking place at the Song concept store in Vienna, and then again in Hong Kong, Tokyo, and Paris in the upcoming months. {WWD (subscription required)} If Anna Wintour's CFDA/Vogue Fashion Awards Outfit Looks Familiar:... it's because she also rocked the same Marni frock in her photograph with all the Vogue editors-in-chief from around the world in Tokyo a few weeks ago. There's only so many clothes a girl can wear, and she's workin' it, so go 'head Ms. Wintour! {Getty}

Lea Michele Covers December's Allure: The actress gives us the coy side-eye for her Allure cover. {Just Jared}

Apparel Sales Dropped in October: Fewer people were taking to the shops last month, with October seeing a 0.7% decrease. {WWD (subscription required)}