- Tommy Hilfiger is now also making clothing for adults with disabilities: “The clothes are designed to make them more easily wearable for people who use wheelchairs and/or people with prosthetics, movement limitations and other considerations.”
- Nordstrom has partnered with Give Back Box to launch a clothing donation programme.
- Starting next year, Gucci will stop using fur in its designs. The fashion house will auction its remaining merchandise for animal rights charities.
- Hervé L. Leroux, the French designer who created the famous Hervé Leger bandage dress, has passed away at age 60.
- Madewell is branching out into beauty products.
- Harper’s Bazaar is celebrating its 150th anniversary with an exhibition at the Fashion and Textile Museum that pays tribute to the magazine’s female photographers.
- eBay has rolled out eBay Authenticate, a new programme allowing sellers to opt in to have their goods verified as authentic.
- White House Black Market has started carrying plus sizes.
- Kate Lanphear is replacing Nina Garcia as the creative director of Marie Claire.
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An authentication programme from eBay, Nordstrom’s clothing donation initiative, a new creative director for Marie Claire, and other style news that caught our attention in October.