Style Notes: Cher Slams Fabletics; Coach Handbags in Demand
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Cher Slams Fabletics On Twitter [Twitter]
Cher took to her favorite social media outlet, Twitter, on Monday morning to complain about Kate Hudson's athleisure company, Fabletics. The singer said she felt like she was being "conned" by the site, calling it a "pain in the ass." Cher isn't the only one who has expressed dismay over Fabletics' subscription-style payment platform. In 2015, Buzzfeed conducted an investigation into JustFab, Fabletics' parent company, after customers complained that the terms of the subscription process were not made clear on the site, and that customer service was often elusive and unresponsive.
Made mistake of going2 Fabletics.What a pain in the ass.won’t even let u see anything Till u give them ur 1st born‼️Felt I Was Being Conned— Cher (@cher) July 18, 2016
According to Survey, Women Want Coach [The Fashion Law]
Following a Q3 consumer handbag survey conducted by Baird Equity Research, which found that more women are planning on purchasing Coach bags this year, the American fashion brand's stock jumped two percent. Additionally, Baird upgraded Coach from a status of "neutral" to "outperform." After years of decline, it looks like Coach's turnaround strategy, which has mainly been focused rebranding, is paying off.
Cara Delevingne Interviews Suicide Squad Co-Star Margot Robbie for Love Magazine [Love]
Suicide Squad stars Margot Robbie and Cara Delevingne posed side-by-side for an editorial in the latest issue of Love magazine, which was styled by Katie Grand and photographed by Willy Vanderperre. Robbie, who landed the cover of the glossy, was interviewed by Delevingne for the accompanying story.
The Arrivals Lands in Culver City for Three Day Pop-Up [WWD]
Direct-to-consumer e-commerce brand The Arrivals is opening a three-day pop-up store at Culver City's The Platform this Friday through Sunday. The company will debut its "L.A.-inspired" moto styles at the shop, as well as its signature coats. The New York-based brand has previously hosted pop-ups in the Big Apple, and also opens its studio for appointment visits. The Culver City outpost, however, marks its West Coast debut.