Target announces its next designer collaboration, J.Crew creates a stationery line, British department store Whistles is coming to the US, and other style news that made headlines this week.

Fun Fashion Fact

Fob pockets — to store a small watch — were often sewn onto women’s bodices from the 1830s onwards. But it wasn’t until the 1920s that “real” pockets became a mainstream, practical element of women’s clothing, after women’s lives had drastically changed by the First World War and included more activities than ever before. (Source: The Gentlewoman, issue n° 9, S/S 2014)