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News Brief: Sarah Jessica Parker Designs Bridal Shoes, MAC Announces Collaboration with Ellie Goulding

And Global Brands Group inks a deal with Jones New York
Photo: MAC Cosmetics

Photo: MAC Cosmetics

These are the stories making headlines in fashion this afternoon.

Sarah Jessica Parker designs bridal shoes
Following the announcement that Sarah Jessica Parker's shoe line will be sold in Bloomingdale's, she has more exciting news — just in time for wedding season. Parker talked with Martha Stewart Weddings about her own nuptials, shared tips with brides-to-be and revealed that her popular SJP collection will also include bridal shoes. {People}

MAC Cosmetics collaborates with Ellie Goulding
MAC Cosmetics announced on Wednesday that it will be collaborating with British songstress Ellie Goulding on a collection that is slated to hit stores in December of this year. The pop starlet is no stranger to collaborations, at least when it comes to the music world: she's recently been featured on tracks by Calvin Harris and Major Lazer, as well as appeared in Taylor Swift's "Bad Blood" video. {Fashionista inbox}

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Global Brands Group partners with Jones New York
Authentic Brands Group has inked a deal with Global Brands Group Holding Ltd. to design and produce apparel and footwear for Jones New York. Authentic Brands Group will manage marketing and retailing while Global Brands Group Holding Ltd. will take over design and production. The Jones New York brand grosses nearly $1 billion yearly in retail volume. {WWD}

Too Faced sold to investment firm
Private equity firm General Atlantic bought cosmetics brand Too Faced for an estimated $500 million. Jerrod Blandino and Jeremy Johnson founded Too Faced, which is based in Irvine, California, in 1998, and the brand purportedly banks $150 million in yearly revenues. {WWD}

Kate Spade launches new accessories line
Kate Spade is returning to the world of fashion. Her new accessories brand, which has yet to be named, will focus initially on footwear and handbags and is slated to debut during the holiday season. Spade left her eponymous brand Kate Spade New York in 2006. {Fashionista}