Style Notes: Beyonce Sports Gold Apple Watch; Poshmark Raises $25 Million
Four fashion stories to add a little style to your Tuesday.
Here's another reason to envy Queen Bey: she owns a 18-carat- gold Apple watch. Beyonce debuted her newest accessory oh so casually, posing nonchalantly for a photo that seems to say, "Oh, this old thing? Yeah, I just thought it went really well with my feathered headpiece." Meanwhile, we peasants will not be able to purchase one (and even if it was available in the market, it would cost a pretty penny), as it was custom made for a select few — including Karl Lagerfeld. [The Cut]
Poor American Apparel. Regardless of your feelings toward the oft controversial brand, it's hard not to feel badly for them getting sued — again. Just last Friday it was announced that three former employees were suing for unlawful termination, and now the former director of manufacturing is suing for similar charges. Let's hope their legal team has a Starbucks Gold card. [WWD]
Peeved you weren't able to nab any Lilly for Target merch after Sunday's chaotic launch? You're not alone. Angry customers are now blaming eBay resellers (fittingly calling them "tacky") and urging those who didn't get a piece of the action to boycott rather than buy marked-up products. [Buzzfeed]
Poshmark, an app that allows customers to resell their clothing online, announced on Tuesday that it secured another $25 million in funding, bringing their total to nearly $50 million. With other fashion tech brands, including The Real Real and Spring App, also raising huge funds, it looks like online shopping is about to get a whole lot better. Start memorizing your credit card number, stat. [Fashionista]