Must Read: What to Expect From Riccardo Tisci's Burberry, H&M Third-Quarter Sales Beat Expectations

Plus, Chanel acquires minority stake in Swiss watch company Montres Journe.
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Riccardo Tisci. Photo: Estrop/Getty Images

Riccardo Tisci. Photo: Estrop/Getty Images

These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Monday. 

What to expect from Riccardo Tisci's Burberry
Riccardo Tisci has left a trail of social media teasers ahead of his Monday evening debut for Burberry, but sources close to the brand say the streetwear-inspired looks revealed on Instagram are only a hint of what's to come. Tisci's first collection for the British heritage brand will apparently feature more high-end luxury fashion reflecting a strategy rooted in upscaling and newness. {Business of Fashion

H&M third-quarter sales beat expectations
In the past couple of years, H&M has seen its profits shrink and inventories pile up due to increased competition from low-priced rivals online. However, the Swedish mega-retailer has invested heavily in digitalization, reduced prices further, launched new brands and has a new logistics system, which has helped it to improve sales. On Monday, H&M reported a 9 percent rise in third quarter sales and a 13 percent jump in shares. {Reuters

Chanel acquires minority stake in Montres Journe
Chanel has bought a minority stake in Montres Journe, a Swiss company that makes luxury watches. Established by François-Paul Journe, the company limits production to 900 time pieces a year. Though financial terms of the deal were not disclosed, Chanel released a statement explaining that its stake "will enable Montres Journe SA to continue its development by ensuring its sustainability, as well as its autonomy." {WWD

How model scouting has changed over time 
IMG Models Senior Vice President Jeni Rose sat down with British Vogue to discuss her decades-long career overseeing the scouting and development division of the agency. In the interview, she spoke about how scouting used to mean standing outside of packed One Direction concerts, while now it means going to things like sneaker launches and scrolling through her Instagram feed. Rose also touched on how she maintains the wellbeing of her clients. {Vogue UK

Pioneer girls were all over NYFW
The streets of New York were flooded with ruffled prairie dresses rendered in retro fabrics, thanks to designer Batsheva Hay's two-year-old dress line Batsheva. Her pioneer-style frocks dominated both street style roundups and the press, with numerous fashion media outlets praising the modestly cut designs for eschewing the male gaze and celebrating women who dress for themselves. {Quartz

Fashion could play an important role in Colombia's recovery 
After 50 years of conflict, Colombia's $8 billion fashion industry has an important role to play in the reconciliation of the country. In a new piece for Business of Fashion, Graciela Martin investigates how job opportunities generated by the fashion sector will be essential to cement the peace process and will serve as stable employers for ex-fighters and victims. {Business of Fashion

Victoria's Secret will host its next fashion show in New York 
The Victoria's Secret Fashion Show is coming back to America: The company announced Monday on Instagram that it will stage its 2018 lingerie spectacle in New York City, by having angels pose with their wings in Big Apple public transit stations. Though the location and a list of first-time walkers have been revealed, a specific date for the high-profile event has not yet been disclosed. {@victoriassecret/Instagram} 

Highsnobiety releases its first book
Highsnobiety has built a huge following for its 24/7 coverage of today's latest streetwear trends, and now the online publication has compiled its knowledge on street fashion in a new coffee table book, available for purchase on Monday. Titled "The Incomplete Highsnobiety Guide to Street Fashion and Culture," the book covers the history of streetwear's influence on fashion and the brands and people that built it. {Highsnobiety

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