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Style Notes: Misha Nonoo's Snapchat Fashion Show; Anya Hindmarch Curates Sotheby's Collection

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Misha Nonoo to Present Collection on Snapchat [Business of Fashion]
Misha Nonoo is following up last year's "Insta-show" — that's an Instagram-only presentation — with a "live lookbook" on Snapchat. On Sept. 7, the collection will go live on a yet-to-be-disclosed editorial outlet's handle, and be immediately shoppable online. The designer also revealed that she's ditching her wholesale business to focus on a direct-to-consumer platform on her website, MishaNonoo.com. Said the designer of her new strategies, “This new model allows me to continue to leverage technology and innovation to interact with my customer directly.” 

Accessories Designer Anya Hindmarch to Curate Collection for Sotheby's [Pret-a-Reporter Inbox]
Anya Hindmach has been invited to guest-curate an auction of contemporary art at Sotheby's in London. The exhibition will be timed to London Fashion Week, and will be on display Sept. 16-19, with the auction on Sept. 20. Pieces include works from Keith Haring, Gerhard Richter and Yayoi Kusama.

New Band of Outsiders Designers Talk Reinventing Brand [Business of Fashion]
Ahead of Band of Outsiders' return to the runway next month, the brand's new team opened up about designing for the label without its founder, Scott Sternberg, who walked away from the project last year. The European designers tasked with reviving the brand — Niklaus Hodel, Florian Feder and Matthias Weber — maintained that Los Angeles will remain as the main source of inspiration. The trio will show Band of Outsiders' spring 2017 collection at NYFW on Sept. 10.

Yeezy Fans Outraged by Life of Pablo Merch Quality [High Snobiety]
In three short days, Kanye West reportedly raked in more than $1 million from his Life of Pablo merch pop-up shops. However, a little digging revealed that insane mark-ups might be responsible for his quick fortune. Labels show that the $55 tees are Gildan tees, which sell at wholesale for between $1.50 and $4 per shirt. Even with the added costs of shipping, printing, taxes and staff, West made almost a $43 profit per tee. Understandably, some fans were upset by the low-quality merch, expressing their anger on social media. 

Josh Peskowitz Curates Collection for Glenfiddich's Men's Capsule [Pret-a-Reporter Inbox]
Fashion veteran Josh Peskowitz, owner of men's concept store Magasin at Culver City's Platform shopping center, selected four labels to create pieces for whisky brand Glenfiddich's Wardrobe XXI capsule collection. The 21-piece collection features one-of-a-kind products from E-Tautz, Camoshita, FEIT and Hamilton and will debut in September at Magasin, Gentry (NYC), FortyFiveTen (Dallas), Meyvn (Chicago) and Alchemist (Miami). 

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