Style Notes: Pharrell to Launch New Adidas Collection; 'Lucky' Mag Is Becoming a Quarterly
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On May 30, Pharrell Williams will launch his fourth limited-edition collection in collaboration with Yeezy's favorite brand, Adidas. The line, which was inspired by vintage textiles that Williams found on a recent trip to Paris, includes floral-printed bomber jackets ($854) and a matching floral take on the classic Stan Smith sneaker ($205). The collection drops the day before Williams is set to receive the Council of Fashion Designers of America's Fashion Icon Award in New York City. [WWD]
Following Eva Chen's abrupt departure as editor-in-chief, as well as the last-minute cancellation of its Lucky FABB Conference, Lucky magazine revealed even more sad news. Rather than its usual 10 issues per year, the glossy will reduce its production schedule to just four quarterly issues. This information accompanies the news that 14 members of the Lucky staff were laid off and that The Lucky Group president Gillian Gorman Round also is leaving the company. [Adweek]
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In 2013, Conde Nast canceled its internship programs following a slew of suits regarding their legality. Now, the publisher behind Vogue, Glamour and W reportedly is following in the footsteps of companies like BuzzFeed and Gawker by launching a brand-new full-time, paid editorial fellowship program spanning six months. [Racked]
Tommy Hilfiger announced plans to show his spring/summer 2016 men's collection not once, but twice: first in London (at the brand's London showroom) in June and then again in July at the inaugural New York Fashion Week: Men's. Other brands joining Hilfiger at New York's first menswear week include Michael Kors, Calvin Klein and Public School. [Fashion Times]