The 10 Biggest Stories in Fashion This Week

From New York Fashion Week to the launch of Lucky Shops, here's what you need to know.
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From New York Fashion Week to the launch of Lucky Shops, here's what you need to know.
The Lucky Group President Gillian Gorman Round and Chief Creative Officer Eva Chen in April. Photo: Michael Kovac/Getty Images for Lucky

The Lucky Group President Gillian Gorman Round and Chief Creative Officer Eva Chen in April. Photo: Michael Kovac/Getty Images for Lucky

News

Good Luck: Earlier this week, Lucky magazine finally unveiled what it's been working on since its merged with startup Beachmint in August: an editorial and e-commerce site called Lucky Shops.

Oscar Avenue: At a Made Fashion Week event on Tuesday, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio announced that the city will be honoring the late Oscar de la Renta with a street in his name. 

Moneymaker: Tumblr has updated its approach to fashion week. As part of Tumblr's Creatrs Network initiative, five bloggers will be creating content specifically for a Tresemmé campaign that will live on the haircare brand's Tumblr page.

Cover Girls: BFFs and possible twins Karlie Kloss and Taylor Swift have landed a joint cover — specifically, Vogue's March issue.

On The Up: Because keeping an independent label afloat is far from easy, Timo Weiland has landed an investment from Project I, a boutique company focused on growing early stage apparel companies.

Noteworthy reads

All About Nude: Nail companies put a lot of effort and money into sponsoring fashion week shows. But when so many designers ask for nude nail looks, is it worth it?

Dudes of Fashion Week: Even before the CFDA announced New York Fashion Week: Men's, there was New York Men's Day. Here's how one PR firm realized the need for a dedicated menswear showcase during New York Fashion Week.

Style Icons: Ever wonder how street style stars get dressed for fashion week? Us too. And yes, some of them do get paid.

New Blood: These 13 designers are making their New York Fashion Week debuts this February. Learn their names now.

A Family Affair: New York-based menswear label Orley has won over everyone from Bergdorf Goodman to the CFDA. On the eve of its womenswear launch, we looked at how the family turned sweater dressing into a successful business.

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