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Must Read: Meadham Kirchhoff is Over, Take a Sneak Peek at Givenchy's Runway

And Kanye West's next show with Adidas will happen on Wednesday.

These are the stories making headlines in fashion this Friday.

In a painfully honest interview with i-D, designer Edward Meadham, founder of now-defunct British label Meadham Kirchhoff, talks about being in a "quagmire of debt" and what the death of his brand has meant for him personally. "I'm left with a big empty future," he says. {i-D}

Givenchy will show in New York for the first time ever on Friday evening. Take an early peek at the the runway set. {Instagram}

After rampant speculation, Vogue has confirmed that the Kanye West x Adidas Originals Yeezy Season 2 show will take place in New York on Wednesday. {Vogue}

Tommy Hilfiger will be launching a "Twitter Halo" — a multi-camera device that captures 360-degree videos that can be shared in real time through Twitter — at its upcoming Spring 2016 show on Monday. This isn't the brand's first collaboration with Twitter; past projects include the "Twitter Mirror" and "Vine 360 Booth." {Fashionista inbox}

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Seattle-based Totokaelo, known for carrying high-end unique brands like Junya Watanabe and Vetements, has generated a lot of buzz in the past few weeks about its new Soho store. And on the eve of its opening, store owner Jill Wenger gives Vogue a sneak peek of the layout. Not surprisingly, there are a lot of similarities between the Soho store and the Seattle store. {Vogue}

Things are looking a little rough for Jessica Alba's The Honest Company. The actress, who recently launched a beauty line, has been hit with another lawsuit, claiming (yet again) that Honest's SPF 30 sunscreen was ineffective. {WWD}

Maison Margiela has opened its first store in Rome, a two-story boutique in an ancient Roman building at Via del Babuino 49. The boutique will carry menswear on the ground floor and womenswear on the main floor, and will also carry all of the house's accessories lines. {Fashionista inbox} 

Oscar de la Renta Creative Director Peter Copping can add another bullet point to his résumé: costume designer for the New York City Ballet's "Thou Swell." According to the Copping, he really "wanted to make it about color." {WWD}

Alessandra and Allegra Gucci, daughters of the late Maurizio Gucci and Patrizia Reggiani, have been acquitted of last year's tax evasion charges due to insufficient evidence. {WWD}

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