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Must Read: Moschino's Spring Capsule Collection is Available Online, The Pope's Visit Will Affect NYC Retail Stores

Plus, Burberry's entire spring 2016 collection is available for preorder on Moda Operandi.
A look from Moschino's Spring 2016 capsule collection. Photo:

A look from Moschino's Spring 2016 capsule collection. Photo:

These are the fashion stories making headlines this Friday.

You can now shop Moschino's spring capsule collection.
The good news: Moschino's spring 2016 capsule collection is already shoppable online. The bad news: its "Fresh Couture" iPhone 6 case (which is bright blue and shaped like a Windex bottle) is already sold out. You snooze, you lose. {} Update: The collection, and the case, are available at other retailers such as Stylebop

The Pope's visit might impact Manhattan stores.
The Pope's visit to New York is expected to have an impact on the city's retail landscape, although it remains to be seen whether it'll be a positive or negative one. Some retailers experienced a slower day in sales on Thursday, thanks to barricades, increased security and crowd control. Others, such as Macy's, have increased merchandise assortments for travelers who have come to see the Pope. {WWD}

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Moda Operandi launches phase one of its Flagship concept.
Luxury e-commerce site Moda Operandi, which raised $60 million in venture capital earlier this year, is kicking off phase one of its flagship concept with British brand Burberry. Mirroring the shop-in-shop concept of high-end retailers, the site will have the label's entire spring 2016 collection available for preorder on Friday. Dolce & Gabbana and Oscar de la Renta will also be available Oct. 7 and Oct. 19, respectively. {WWD}

Nike's stocks rise, thanks to first quarter sales.
After Nike's first quarter sales exceeded analysts' estimates, the company's stock rose 8 percent to $124 in after-hour trading on Thursday. Revenues rose 5.4 percent to $8.41 billion in the three months ending Aug. 31, exceeding analysts' estimates of 3 percent. {WWD}

T Design launches its biggest issue yet.
T Design has launched its largest issue in the magazine's history. Ad pages were up 75% over last year's issue and it also includes 14 first-time advertisers. {Fashionista inbox}