These are the stories in fashion you need to know this week:
Staffing Changes: Prior to the launch of its e-commerce site, Lucky magazine has let go of at least 10 staff members, including Executive Fashion Director Alexis Bryan Morgan.
Retrospective: André Leon Talley curated an exhibit at the Savannah College of Art and Design's Museum of Art featuring 50 original looks by Oscar de la Renta. It's beautiful.
One for the Guys: New York will be getting its own fashion week dedicated to menswear, dubbed New York Fashion Week: Men’s. Excited?
Smokin' Hot: Robyn Lawley is the first plus-size model to appear in Sports Illustrated. Finally!
Moving On: Lululemon founder Chip Wilson has left the company's board and will be moving on to Kit & Ace, a clothing brand founded by his wife and sons.
Top Trends: What will street style stars be wearing during Fashion Week? We're betting that you'll be seeing a lot of these nine items.
How I Shop: Interior designer and lifestyle blogger Athena Calderone gives us the lowdown on how she built her bohemian wardrobe.
Downton Style: The new costume designer of "Downton Abbey" dishes on her vintage finds and on-set wardrobe disasters.
Knitwear Boom: Sweaters are definitely having a moment right now. Here's how three indie brands are capitalizing on this very cozy trend.
How I'm Making It: Did you know that Cynthia Sakai, founder of the jewelry line Vita Fede, started out in fashion selling tampons? Here's how she found success in the industry.
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