Kim and North Taught Kanye West to Respect Women, H&M Previews Its Coachella Collection

And Sasha Pivovarova and Natalie Westling live in a sci-fi fantasy for 'W' Magazine.
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And Sasha Pivovarova and Natalie Westling live in a sci-fi fantasy for 'W' Magazine.
Photo: Peter Lindbergh

Photo: Peter Lindbergh

For the March issue of W magazine, models Sasha Pivovarova and Natalie Westling show off some short hemlines and metallic accents for an editorial that brings Peter Lindbergh's version of an apocalyptic world to life. As expected, there's minimal smizing in this bleak wasteland. {Fashion Gone Rogue}

Self-proclaimed genius/rapper Kanye West has a lot to say about, well, everything. In an interview that took place after his Yeezy Season 1 fashion show, he discusses how the process was like being placed in a "shark tank," how his wife Kim Kardashian and daughter North taught him to respect women and what's next for his design career. In sum? "More dope shit." {Complex}

In case you missed it, H&M announced in January that it would be partnering up with Coachella for its first H&M Loves Coachella Collection, ranging in price from $4.95 to $49.95. Now, a month before its debut, the Swedish retailer has released some preview images, and unsurprisingly, there's lots of festival-appropriate fringe, cut-offs, kimonos and crop tops. {WWD}

Jewelry designer Eddie Borgo is branching out with a collection of handbags, ranging in price from $650 to $3,190, later this month. The collection will include seven silhouettes with functionality being the main thread throughout the line. {WWD}

Puma sales rose 6.3% in Q4, with sales of $938 million and an operating profit of  $13.2 million, thanks to solid sales in the footwear and accessories departments and stronger demand in the U.S. {WWD}

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