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Must Read: Taylor Swift's Clothing Line Arrives in China, Hunter CEO Steps Down

Plus, "Glamour" has launched an app that helps you decide whether or not to wear a coat.
A look from Taylor Swift's clothing line. Photo: Heritage 66

A look from Taylor Swift's clothing line. Photo: Heritage 66

These are the stories making headlines this Tuesday.

Glamour launches a new mobile app called "Coat?"
If you often ask yourself, "Is it cold enough for a coat?" or, "Should I wear my hair up?" you may want to try Glamour's new app, "Coat?" Users get daily text alerts about local weather and suggestions for dressing appropriately. {Fashionista inbox}

Taylor Swift's clothing line is now available in China
Taylor Swift's 30-piece "1989" collection is finally available on Heritage 66 Company. Not surprisingly, there are lots of references to Swift and her lyrics. Perhaps too many. {Heritage 66 Company}

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Hunter CEO steps down
James Seuss will step down as CEO of Hunter to pursue other opportunities. An interim committee composed of members of the senior management team will step in until a new CEO is found. {WWD}

Saks Off 5th Expands in Manhattan
Hudson Bay Company will open a 47,333-square-foot Saks Off 5th store just two blocks away from the Bloomingdale's (which HBC also owns) flagship store on 59th Street. Another Off 5th store is scheduled to open in lower Manhattan, near a Saks Fifth Avenue store in Brookfield Place. In regards to the close proximity between off- and full-price stores, HBC CEO Gerarld L. Storch explained, "The concepts are additive and complimentary. One plus one equals three. Saks Off 5th is more of a Millennial shopper and we view Off 5th as an excellent vehicle for developing a new customer base." {WWD}

PETA honors Vivienne Westwood, Stella McCartney and more at the Vegan Fashion Awards
At the third annual Vegan Fashion Awards, Vivienne Westwood and Stella McCartney picked up the Most Stylish Handbag Award and the Most Stylish Purse Award, respectively. Other winners include Shrimps, Zara and H&M. {Vogue UK}

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