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Industry News – January 3rd, 2017

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Curated fashion industry news links for Tuesday, January 3rd, 2017…

HOW HIGH FASHION HAS BEGUN COLONIZING CANAL STREET – TheCut
“Fashion is having a moment with Chinatown’s bustling boulevard, and not just aesthetically.”

ADIDAS BY STELLA MCCARTNEY BARRICADE COLLECTION TO DEBUT AT AUSTRALIAN OPEN – FootwearNews
“At the upcoming Australian Open, it will be a New Year and new hue for tennis stars Garbiñe Muguruza and Caroline Wozniacki.”

ZARA TARGETS TECH BRAND ACRONYM WITH LATEST COPYCAT GARMENT – TFL
“Oft-copied tech apparel brand, ACRONYM, has fallen victim to yet another round of imitation, this time from serial copycat Zara. The Spanish fast fashion giant has begun incorporating a “functional strap” into the insides of its some of its coats, which bear a label that reads: “Interior crossbodystrap allows wearer to carry over their shoulder.”

ATHLETA’S INSPIRING NEW AD CAMPAIGN STARS A 98-YEAR-OLD YOGI – Fortune
“On Tuesday, the Gap Inc. owned athletic brand is releasing the next iteration of its “Power of She” campaign (the original launched in April), which, in addition to showing off new products, is aimed at supporting to women’s empowerment and collaboration.”

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