Plus, more American designers are showing in Paris and a new Karl Lagerfeld makeup line is coming.
And Zara's founder, Amancio Ortega, was briefly the richest man in the world on Friday.
And red carpet prankster Vitalii Sediuk accosts Anna Wintour.
And what Natalie Massenet's departure might mean for the future of the Yoox Net-a-Porter Group.
And meet Baddie Winkle, an 87-year-old, Instagram-famous great-grandmother who recently fell in love with raver clothes.
And read an excerpt from Donna Karan's forthcoming memoir, "My Journey."
And Condé Nast's digital audience hit an all-time high in July.
And Bloomingdale's accidentally awarded some shoppers up to $25,000 in store credit.
And Sir Patrick Stewart teaches us how to pronounce Italian fashion labels.
And Shop Jeen's 23-year-old founder is striking a chord with teenage girls who speak Internet.
And WhoWhatWear has raised $8 million from a consortium of investors including Amazon.
And Urban Outfitters removed a jewelry stand following protests from the Universal Society of Hinduism.
And Kenya Kinski Jones, daughter of music producer Quincy Jones, discusses her fledgling modeling career.
And Cupcakes and Cashmere's first apparel collection is selling fast.
And Amazon is deepening its ties with the fashion world.
And less than two weeks before the show, Miss USA has been pulled from NBC.
And Ralph Lauren earned $24 million last year.
And Proenza Schouler's new interim CEO is all about handbags.
And Rag & Bone is opening a second store in London as it hones in on international growth.
And 26-year-old Coco Rocha signs with IMG Models.
And Rosie Huntington-Whiteley donned a transparent trench for the cover of French magazine "Lui."
And DVF, Vera Wang and Tory Burch are among America's richest self-made women.
And take a look at Pharrell's next design collab for Adidas, hitting stores May 30.
And the fashion industry contemplates how the Trans-Pacific Partnership will affect the market.