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Must Read: Fashion Mourns for Paris, Lyst Launches First Ad Campaign

And Dior eases into e-commerce with an online holiday pop-up shop with Bergdorf Goodman.
Lyst advertisement campaign. Photo: Lyst

Lyst advertisement campaign. Photo: Lyst

These are the stories making headlines in fashion this Monday.

Lyst unveils first advertising campaign
On Monday, e-commerce aggregator Lyst launched its first ad campaign, photographed by Charlotte Wales. Each image is accompanied by a catchy phrase that reflects consumer data, including search preferences. For instance, "Rip-Off" references the sixfold increase of shoppers searching for velcro shoes on the site. {Fashionista inbox}

The fashion industry shows solidarity in the face of terror attacks
In the wake of the Nov. 13 attacks in Paris, many fashion industry figures urged French citizens not to cower in the face of terrorism. Balmain's Olivier Rousteing stated, "We need to remember what happened on Nov. 13, but we also have to fight against it, to keep the hope, uphold our belief in freedom of speech and not be afraid." Meanwhile, Inès de La Fressange noted that the best revenge against "bloodthirsty cowards" would be "to continue to live with joy and freedom." In a similar vein, Pierre Bergé, the longtime business partner of Yves Saint Laurent, said, "We must not submit to terrorists. People must live their lives, go to school, visit the theater, visit the shops." {WWD}

Dior opens online pop-up shop with Bergdorf Goodman
Until Dec. 31st, Bergdorf Goodman shoppers will have access to 14 different shoe styles from Dior's 2016 cruise collection. Bergdorf Goodman's President Joshua Schulman stated that the idea had been proposed two years ago and that the pop-up has been in the works for a year. Prices range from $830 to $1,140. {WWD}

Saks's undergoing $250 million Fifth Avenue flagship restoration
Saks Fifth Avenue's retail president Marc Metrick is trying to create a revival through a $250-million flagship renovation in New York City. But with e-commerce growing rapidly and stiff competition, it's a risky move for the 91-year-old department store. {The New York Times}

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This year's holiday season is expected to be weaker than the last
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No. 21 launches first children's collection
No. 21 has partnered up with children's clothing manufacturer Grant S.p.A. for its debut kids collection, designed for children ages four to 12. No. 21 will present its fall/winter 2016-17 collections for boys and girls at the January 2016 edition of the Pitti Bimbo trade fair in Florence. {Fashionista inbox}

Cara Delevingne's modeling income quadruples
Cara Delevingne's company Cara & Co. quadrupled in value from £864,000 to £4.03 million during 2014. Industry figures speculate that the 23-year-old also made about £4.5 million this year from contracts. {The Daily Mail}

The British Fashion Council to honor Alessandro Michele
Gucci's Alessandro Michele will be presented with the International Designer Award at the British Fashion Awards, which will take place at the London Coliseum on Nov. 23. {WWD}

Gemma Ward stars in V Magazine editorial
The 28-year-old Australian model (and mother of one) Gemma Ward stars in a V Magazine editorial titled "Cruising with Gemma." Photographed by Ben Toms, the former face of Prada poses in pieces from cruise 2016 collections. {Fashion Gone Rogue}

Designer Robert Lopez files lawsuit against Puma
Robert Lopez of LES Clothing Co. is suing Puma for using logos that he claims are under his trademark. Puma started using "LES" and "NYC" on the heels of one of its sneaker styles as part of a collaboration with ALIFE; Lopez claims he registered "Lower East Side" back in 2007. {TMZ}

Miley Cyrus appears on nine different covers of Candy 
Miley Cyrus is the newest cover girl of Candy, "The First Transversal Style Magazine." It's very NSFW, which isn't surprising considering that each image was shot by Terry Richardson. {Candy}