Must Read: Retailers Near Trump Tower Losing Millions, Anna Wintour Jokes About 'The Devil Wears Prada'

Plus, Hugo Boss is adjusting its strategy.
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Protestors outside the Trump Tower on New York City's Fifth Avenue. Photo: Drew Angerer/Getty Images

These are the stories making headlines on Monday.

Fifth Avenue retailers near Trump Tower have already lost millions
Police barricades placed outside the president-elect's Trump Tower have cost Fifth Avenue retailers millions already. And while the madness will likely only continue for a few months — until Donald Trump leaves the White House — it's still bad news for "retailers paying the highest rents in the world." {WWD}

Anna Wintour joked about "The Devil Wears Prada"
When introducing Miuccia Prada at Glamour's annual Women of the Year Awards on Monday, Anna Wintour joked about how she and Prada never speak about "The Devil Wears Prada," which made Wintour's personality the stuff of legend. Then, she got choked up talking about her love for Prada, showing that for all her legendary iciness, she's got feelings, too. {The Cut}

Hugo Boss is adjusting its strategy
Following the lead of companies like Burberry, Hugo Boss will fold its offshoot brands like Boss Orange back into its two main labels, Hugo and Boss. Other adjustments, like focusing even more on e-commerce — as well as its menswear label, over the Jason Wu-designed womenswear brand — are intended to make it profitable again by 2018. {WWD}

Ivanka Trump's $10,000 bracelet has social media in an uproar
The president-elect's eldest daughter appeared alongside him on "60 Minutes" on Sunday wearing a $10,800 18-karat gold bracelet from her eponymous line, and many have taken to social media to express their displeasure at what they see as being shameful self-promotion. {Yahoo Style}

New Balance's PR nightmare compounded by neo-Nazis
American sneaker company New Balance praised Trump's trade policies, inspiring negative reactions from many — with some even going so far as to sharing videos of themselves burning their New Balance sneakers. But when a blogger popular with neo-Nazis declared his support of the company that makes "the official shoes of white people," the company found itself stuck between its original statements and its desire to distance itself from hate groups. {Business of Fashion}

Shoppers disapprove of holiday hours — kind of
A poll of 2,000 American adults found that many consumers disapprove of retailers having shopping hours on Thanksgiving Day, though that doesn't mean they won't shop at those stores. The data also shows that older customers are much more likely to oppose Thanksgiving hours than those of a younger age group. {Morning Consult}

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