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Plus, Anthropologie continues to struggle with its identity.
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Plus, Forever 21 pulls down controversial "Don't Say Maybe If You Want to Say No" T-shirt from website.
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And less than two weeks before the show, Miss USA has been pulled from NBC.
NBC Cancelled Fashion Star and We're Not Sad About It
After two seasons, Fashion Star, the fashion competition show that saw aspiring designers compete to have their wares sold by the likes of Macy's, Saks and Express, is no more. Luckily, there are a couple of shows in line to replace it.
Rachel Zoe is Developing a Scripted TV Show About Her Life
Tyra Banks isn't the only fashion mogul/reality TV star getting an autobiographical sitcom. On the heels of news that Banks is developing Fivehead, an ABC show about her teen years, comes news that Rachel Zoe is embarking upon a similar path. The as yet unnamed show will be a half-hour single camera comedy based on Zoe's life and will air on NBC, according to the Hollywood Reporter.
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Fashion Star Shuts Down Production After Crew Members Strike
Production on the show's second season has been shut down until union crew members are given contracts.
Updated: Elle Macpherson and H&M Leaving NBC's Fashion Star
NBC's new fashion reality show Fashion Star will be returning for a second season and with at least a couple of significant changes (we'd recommend several but that's just us). The biggest perhaps is that supermodel Elle Macpherson, Fashion Star's answer to Project Runway's Heidi Klum is out as host after one season.
NBC's Fashion Star Bombs On Twitter But Is a Success In Stores
Did you watch NBC's Fashion Star last night? A lot of fashion people did and they seemed pretty disappointed. Well, that's putting it mildly. A sampling of tweets from the fashion industry sent out during last night's show: It's like watching #ProjectRunway while having a seizure. #FashionStar @NBCFashionStar - Tom + Lorenzo @tomandlorenzo #FashionStar clearly spent more on music & Nicole Richie's headbands than it did on anything else. - Heather Cocks, Go Fug Yourself @fuggirls I don't think I've ever been so utterly confused watching a tv show before tonight. Wtf was that show all about anyway? #FashionStar - Jay McCarroll, designer and first winner of Project Runway, @jaymccarroll I swear I didn't plan to get so aggro about #FashionStar but it's all of our livelihoods on the line if America thinks that was real fashion - Matt Kays, fashion publicist @mattkays Reality TV, please face reality! How on earth is #Saks ok with the idea of ordering the same collections as #Macys or #hm? #FashionStar - Rachel Dodes Wortman, reporter for the Wall Street Journal @racheldodes But while the fashion industry was appalled with last night's spectacle (which is an apt descriptor considering there were models on Harleys, backup dancers and smoke machines) the show actually seems to be a hit at retail.