Must Read: ModCloth Hires First Fashion Director, Pinterest Debuts Visual Search Tool

Plus, take a look at a video recap of the Guggenheim International Gala, sponsored by Dior.
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Plus, take a look at a video recap of the Guggenheim International Gala, sponsored by Dior.

These are the stories making headlines this Tuesday.

Watch went down at the Guggenheim International Gala
Last Wednesday, singer Grimes performed for a crowd of wealthy New Yorkers at the Guggenheim Museum's International Gala pre-party, sponsored by Dior for the third year. Now you can watch a beautifully shot recap of the festivities from the pre-party and the event (see above). {Fashionista inbox}

ModCloth hires its first fashion director
ModCloth hired Lizz Wasserman as the e-tailer's first fashion director. Wasserman has previously worked at Free People, Urban Outfitters and most recently, 20th Century Fox as its global creative director. In her newly created role, Wasserman will create seasonal collections for ModCloth's apparel line. {WWD}

Pinterest debuts a new visual search tool
Pinterest will now let users zoom in on certain objects in an image and search for other items that look similar to it. So far, Pinterest has indexed about a billion images. {Wired}

Warm weather negatively impacts department stores
Thanks to the El Niño pattern, November is expected to be seven degrees warmer on average this year — proving to be bad news for department stores, which saw a general drop in share price on Monday. JPMorgan analyst Matthew Boss estimated that the weather contributed to a reduction in needs-based purchases this season. {WWD}

Andrew Bolton, curator for The Costume Institute at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, will talk about "China: Through the Looking Glass"
At the Initiatives in Art & Culture's 17th Fashion + Design Conference, Andrew Bolton will speak about the story behind "China: Through the Looking Glass," one of the museum's top five best-attended exhibitions. Presenters include Nanette Lepore, Maria Cornejo, Instyle's Ariel Foxman and our very own Lauren Indvik. {Fashionista inbox}

Sonia Rykiel launches e-commerce in the US
Coinciding with its Christmas capsule collection, Sonia Rykiel launched e-commerce in the US on Monday. For more on its capsule collection, take a look at the video here. {Fashionista inbox}

The Moschino Barbie sells out in under one hour
The Moschino Barbie, which retailed at $150 on Net-a-Porter, sold out within an hour of launching on Tuesday. The doll was part of an eight-piece collection that Creative Director Jeremy Scott did with Mattel.  {WWD}

Aritzia launches upscale, modernist collection 1-01 Babaton
Today, Aritzia launches an 11-piece collection called 1-01 Babaton, consisting of modernist, architectural pieces inspired by '90s minimalism. The limited-edition pieces will range in price from $195 to $495 and are available online and at Aritizia stores. {WWD}

Nick Knight will be honored at the British Fashion Awards
Nick Knight will receive the Isabella Blow Award for Fashion Creator at the British Fashion Awards on Monday, Nov. 23. Previous recipients include Edward Enninful (2014), Lady Amanda Harlech (2013) and Professor Louise Wilson OBE (2012). {Fashionista inbox}

France's Lagardère Group saw a decline in advertising revenue at magazines
Lagardère Group, owner of Paris Match and the French edition of Elle, saw a 6.8 percent decline in advertising revenue, which was only partially offset by a 29 percent jump in digital sales. Magazine circulation fell 4.5 percent. {WWD}