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Must Read: Hugo Boss Won't Show at NYFW, Aliza Licht Joins Alice + Olivia

Plus: The new Fenty Puma by Rihanna creepers will come in velvet.
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Boss womenswear runway, September 2016. Photo: Getty/Ben Gabbe

Boss, Hugo Boss' womenswear line, won't show at NYFW
As part of its recent restructuring efforts, Hugo Boss' womenswear line, Boss, won't show at NYFW in February. The brand has been quick to emphasize that its collaboration with womenswear designer Jason Wu will remain important, even as the brand refocuses its attention more on menswear in the coming months. {Vogue UK}

Aliza Licht joins Alice + Olivia as EVP of Brand Marketing and Communications
The woman behind the well-known social media personality DKNY PR Girl, who worked for Donna Karan International for 17 years, has joined Alice + Olivia by Stacey Bindet's marketing and communications team. Licht will oversee brand marketing, social media, communications, advertising and celebrity dressing for the brand starting on November 28. {Fashionista inbox}

Fenty Puma by Rihanna to drop new creepers next month
The highly sought-after shoe collaboration between the world's most marketable celebrity and the sportswear brand features her signature creepers in an all-new fabric: velvet. The shoe, which won Footwear News' "Shoe of the Year" award this year, will be available in three colors in the new fabric on December 6. {Fashionista inbox}

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