Must Read: Cara Delevingne Talks Sexual Harassment in Modeling, A Closer Look at Kanye's Adidas Collection

And Bloomingdale's accidentally awarded some shoppers up to $25,000 in store credit.
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And Bloomingdale's accidentally awarded some shoppers up to $25,000 in store credit.
Photo: Jim Spellman/WireImage

Photo: Jim Spellman/WireImage

These are the stories making headlines in fashion this Tuesday.

Bloomingdale's accidentally awards some customers up to $25,000 in store credit
Last week, a number of Bloomingdale's Loyallists, or customers signed up for the department store's loyalty program, were on the fortunate end of a computer glitch that confused reward point balances for dollar amounts. Upon receiving the surprising email, at least one consumer with $25,000 in "store credit" was able to use it on a shopping spree that included $17,000 worth of merchandise. {BuzzFeed}

See Kanye West's entire Yeezy collection for Adidas
Through an interview and editorial with The Weeknd in GQ's September issue, Kanye West provides a closer look at his entire Yeezy collection for Adidas, which will be sold at Barneys and Mr. Porter. While most hype around the line has focused on its shoes, there are also quite a few jackets, sweatpants and sweaters. The Weeknd, styled by West himself, wears them well. {GQ}

Cara Delevingne opens up about sexual harassment in the fashion industry
Perennial "It" girl Cara Delevingne is continuing to speak out about her qualms with the modeling industry. In a new interview, the 23-year-old model-turned-actress recounts the sexually suggestive poses she was asked to assume as a teenager, saying: "It's horrible and it's disgusting. [We're talking about] young girls. You start when you are really young and you do, you get subjected to… not great stuff." {The Times}

American Apparel may have to cease operations
After increasing its credit line from $50 million to $90 million, American Apparel Inc. says it may not be able to continue operations as a growing concern for the next 12 months. On Monday, the controversial retailer also confirmed that sales sank 17 percent to $134.4 million in the second quarter of the year, with its net loss expanding to $19.4 million from $16.2 million. {Bloomberg}

Emily Ratajkowski doesn't use a trainer
"Blurred Lines" breakout star — and now, full-blown film star — Emily Ratajkowski admitted in a recent interview that she's "just not a crazy fitness person." This, apparently, means that she doesn't have a trainer, nor does she "really go to the gym;" instead, she maintains her killer bod with the help of "long walks and hikes with [her] girlfriends." {The New York Times}

Jewelers address an African supply chain that connects the luxury industry with impoverished miners
Much of the jewelry industry is reliant on an African supply chain that employs millions of miners working in dire, inhumane conditions to excavate for gold. But now, a number of high-end jewelers are doing everything they can to turn this operation around.  {Business of Fashion}