Must Read: American Apparel to File for 2nd Bankruptcy, Sarah Jessica Parker Launches Jewelry Collection

Plus, Alessandro Michele curates the latest issue of "A" Magazine.
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Inside an American Apparel store in New York City. Photo: Andrew Burton/Getty Images

Inside an American Apparel store in New York City. Photo: Andrew Burton/Getty Images

These are the stories making headlines on Thursday.

American Apparel reportedly filing for bankruptcy (again) 
According to anonymous sources, Los Angeles-based apparel brand American Apparel is poised to file for bankruptcy for the second time in two years. However, the announcement hasn't been confirmed by American Apparel, and could presumably change as the holiday season approaches. {Bloomberg

Sarah Jessica Parker makes her jewelry design debut
Actress Sarah Jessica Parker is flexing her design muscle yet again for a collection of diamond jewelry made in collaboration with London-based fine jewelry designer Kat Florence. The Flawless Diamonds collection will be produced in a limited-production run of between 10 and 15 pieces per style, with the collection being divided into four "chapters" that highlight different techniques and decades of design. The collection will be available from Nov. 5, with retail prices starting from £1,300 (about $1,583). {Vogue UK}

Alessandro Michele curates the latest issue of A Magazine
Gucci's Alessandro Michele traded his creative director hat for one as a guest curator for annual glossy A Magazine. The 280-page issue will be available exclusively at Dover Street Market beginning Nov. 9, and features faces including Chloë Sevigny, Dakota Johnson and Madonna. "Alessandro Michele is very much about a very visual collage of references from different eras and places," Dan Thawley, A Magazine Editor in Chief said to WWD, adding that the issue "helps the reader understand how Michele uses a huge tapestry of different [creative] influences." {WWD}

Lily-Rose Depp is Elle France's latest cover girl
The 17-year old took to Instagram to share her cover of Elle France's latest issue, photographed by Karl Lagerfeld. For the cover below (one in a series of three) the actress and model wears a look from Chanel's most recent resort collection. {@lilyrose_depp/Instagram}

You can now customize your very own bomber jacket
Fashion e-tailer Shopbop is teaming up with Cinq à Sept to exclusively offer customizable bomber jackets that will launch this month, retailing for $395. Shoppers can use up to 10 characters (so, just enough for your social handle) to decorate the back of the jacket in either red or ivory stitching. Let your creativity run wild here. {Fashionista inbox}

Orla Kiely opens flagship store on Bleecker Street
New York-based designer Orla Kiely is opening a brand-new flagship location in the heart of Manhattan's West Village at 372 Bleecker Street. The space will feature the label's ready-to-wear collection, handbags and accessories, will be the exclusive retailer of the Orla Kiely sunglasses collection and also will carry the L'Orla collection, a collaboration between the designer and stylist Leith Clark. Click through the slideshow below for a first look at the store. {Fashionista inbox}

The Arrivals opens first pop-up in New York City
Direct-to-consumer outerwear brand The Arrivals is opening its first-ever pop-up shop today through Nov. 30 in SoHo at 39 1/2 Crosby Street, and will be open from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily. The holiday pop-up will spotlight the brand's third fall collection, in addition to gift items, cold weather accessories and limited-edition versions of some of the brand's best-selling items. {Fashionista inbox}

Fendi to launch capsule collection at Saks Fifth Avenue
The Italian house is debuting an exclusive capsule collection starting Thursday at several of the department store's locations, including the New York and Beverly Hills flagships, plus Saks locations in Boston, Phoenix and Atlanta. The line is comprised of 16 items, ranging from women's ready-to-wear to footwear and accessories with prices from $650 to $3,050. And to fête the collection, Saks will also be the first stateside retailer to host the Fendirumi characters (basically, the brand's mascots), who will be in New York today and in Los Angeles this Saturday. Browse a selection of the collection in the gallery below. {Fashionista inbox}

Boohoo to open holiday pop-up shop
Online retailer Boohoo will host a holiday pop-up shop featuring season-specific pieces for men and women, spanning apparel, outerwear, denim, shoes, accessories and additional items from Boohoo's in-house brands (including boohooPlus boohooKids, boohooNight and boohooMAN). Visit the shop at 3 West 13 Street from now through Nov. 20. {Fashionista inbox}

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