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News Brief: Chanel to Begin Selling Eyewear Online, Dior Releases Full Rihanna Film

And the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show is returning to New York.

These are the stories making headlines in fashion this morning.

Dior releases full Rihanna video
After weeks of teasers, Steven Klein's short film for Dior — which shows Rihanna walking, standing, running and then dancing through the Palace of Versailles at night — is now live. Watch it in full above.

Band of Outsiders cancels fall orders, lays off staff
Sad news for Band of Outsiders fans: According to our sources, the 11-year-old, LA-based label has cancelled its fall wholesale orders and laid off the majority of its staff. Its store in New York's Soho neighborhood remains open, however. {Fashionista}

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The Victoria's Secret Fashion Show is returning to New York
After hosting its Fashion Show in London for the first time this past December, Victoria's Secret's annual extravaganza is returning to New York. The show is reportedly being moved to celebrate its 20th anniversary — so don't expect the location change to be permanent. {Fashionista}

Halston finds its groove in the mass market
When chronicling the downfall of America's favorite '70s fashion designer, Halston, many point to the designer's collaboration with J.C. Penney as a fatal turning point. But it's now the mass market that's giving the label the financial stability it has so sorely needed since the designer's death. {Fashionista}

Jony Ive promoted to chief design officer
Following the launch of the Apple Watch — the marketing of which saw him rubbing shoulders with many of the fashion industry's elite — Apple Senior Vice President of Design Jonathan Ive has been promoted to the newly established role of Chief Design Officer, for which he'll be responsible for all Apple design. {Fashionista}

Chanel to begin selling eyewear online
Chanel — one of the most conspicuous e-commerce holdouts, its beauty business excepted — is finally planning to embrace e-commerce in 2016. But first, it will begin selling one of its licensed categories — eyewear — online later this year. {WWD}