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Must Read: Gigi Hadid Wears Tommy Hilfiger on 'Ellen,' Alexa Chung and Next Models File Lawsuit Against The RealReal
Plus, Vince's founders have exited the company for the second time in recent history.
Mayor Funds 'Made in NY' Pop-Up From UK Site Not Just a Label
Why a company from outside the U.S. helped organize a government-funded temporary shop for emerging New York designers.
Why Nanette Lepore Is Not Leaving Lincoln Center Anytime Soon
Plus, the designer talks about her work with Mayor Bill de Blasio on keeping manufacturing in New York. Oh, and there were the pretty clothes in her fall 2014 collection to speak of, too.
Diane Von Furstenberg Already Loves New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio
But will he champion the fashion industry as much as Bloomberg did?
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Why It's Important That the De Blasio Ladies Wore Nanette Lepore for NYC Mayoral Inauguration
Call it the MObama trend.
How Will the New York City Mayoral Election Affect the Fashion Industry?
The mayoral election is less than a week away, and it'll be a big one for New York City residents. After three terms under Michael Bloomberg, a new administration will be an adjustment, if not a major change. And while crime, stop-and-frisk, education, and the current administration's nemeses—sugary beverages—are issues of frequent discussion (and contentious, snark-filled mayoral debates), there's another topic affecting the local economy and industry that's worth discussing, especially now: the future of New York City's fashion industry under new leadership.