Must Read: Kate Spade to Launch Offshoot Brand, Elle Fanning Covers 'Teen Vogue'

And now we know just how much pieces from Adidas and Kanye West's Yeezy collab are going to cost.
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And now we know just how much pieces from Adidas and Kanye West's Yeezy collab are going to cost.
Photo: Christian Macdonald/'Teen Vogue'

Photo: Christian Macdonald/'Teen Vogue'

In the cover story for Teen Vogue, Elle Fanning opens up about her concerns with playing a transgender teen boy in her upcoming movie "About Ray" — namely, that she might misrepresent the experiences of transgender teens. To prepare for the role, the 17-year-old actress says she spoke with a number of teens and poured over several YouTube videos on the subject. {Teen Vogue}

Not long after shutting down its Kate Spade Saturday brand, Kate Spade New York is set to launch a new label called Broome Street, a more "casual expression" of Kate Spade New York, which will be shown on Friday. The debut collection, which will consist of about 50 pieces ranging in price from $65 to $898, will be available at retail stores in February. {WWD

Since Kanye West's Yeezy collection debuted with Adidas in February, we've been left wondering exactly how much those runway pieces will cost. And now we know, thanks to Japanese fashion magazine Sense and the good folks at Hypebeast. We're sorry to say that a lot of the items are on the steeper end of the price spectrum. Think thousands. {Hypebeast}

Barneys has updated its iPad app, The Window from Barneys New York, to allow users to browse and shop the contents of its blog, The Window. {iTunes}

For its quarterly period ending Aug. 2, Lululemon reported a net revenue of $453 million, compared to last year's $390 in the same period. The athleticwear company also reported a gross profit of $212 million. {Lululemon}

Finally! Both Elle UK and GQ UK have shared multiple images of H&M's upcoming collaboration with Balmain, which is slated to hit stores this fall. Based on these preview images, shoppers can expect to see a lot of military, leather and fur. {Elle UK, GQ UK}

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