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Must Read: Farfetch Plans to Go Public, Net-a-Porter Teams Up With Reformation

Plus, Hedi Slimane wins his lawsuit against former parent company Kering.
Looks from the Reformation x Net-a-Porter collection. Photo: Reformation

Looks from the Reformation x Net-a-Porter collection. Photo: Reformation

These are the stories making headlines on Monday.

Farfetch reportedly plans IPO for as early as 2017
Though Farfetch's CMO went on record claiming the contrary, a source close to the London-based luxury e-retailer claimed it's meeting with advisors about an initial public offering for the end of 2017 or 2018. Farfetch was valued at $1.5 billion in its last funding round, and is predicted to be profitable late next year. {Bloomberg}

Collaboration with Net-a-Porter makes Reformation globally available for first time
Cool-girl favorite Reformation collaborated with Net-a-Porter to offer a party-season edit of its sustainable wares. The American brand's 21-piece capsule features 11 new designs alongside three signatures pieces, and references Studio 54 and the "glamorous '70s." Click through the gallery below to view every item from the collection. {Vogue UK}

Hedi Slimane wins another battle in lawsuit with Kering
Former Saint Laurent designer Hedi Slimane just won the right to access financial information about his former employer in a French court. After leaving the company in May, Slimane pursued legal action against Kering that resulted in him being awarded $13 million due to the application of a non-compete clause. {WWD}

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Everlane uses Hearst's Sweet to test social shopping on Snapchat
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Bruce Weber to receive the Isabella Blow Award
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