Style Notes: Public School Returns to NYFW; Natalie Massanet's Rumored Next Move
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Public School Is Returning to the NYFW Calendar [Fashionista]
Public School is returning to the New York Fashion Week calendar in February. The label founded by Dao-Yi Chow and Maxwell Osborne first announced in April of this year that they would show their collections in June and December rather than on the traditional fashion week schedule, adding that their collections would be numbered (Collection 1, Collection 2, etc.) rather than seasonal spring and fall lines. The designers, who recently stepped down from their second gig as creative directors of DKNY, will show Public School's fall 2017 collection on Feb. 12.
Net-a-Porter Founder Natalie Massanet Reportedly Headed to Farfetch [Business of Fashion]
Net-a-Porter founder and former CEO Dame Natalie Massanet might have a new job on the horizon. The businesswoman, who also serves as the chairman of the British Fashion Council, is reportedly in talks for an executive position at online luxury retailer Farfetch, which is reportedly preparing for a $1 billion stock market listing next year. Massanet's 12-month non-compete clause with Net-a-Porter expired in September. In October 2015, she registered a new company in the U.K. called Imaginary Ventures Ltd.; however, she has yet to expand on plans for that business.
Neil Patrick Harris Answered 73 Questions for Vogue [Vogue]
For the latest in its "73 Questions" series, Vogue tapped Neil Patrick Harris to chat about life in New York City, his upcoming projects and the job he'd choose if he weren't an actor (a Disney "imagineer"). The actor gave the fashion glossy a tour of his trophy room — which also houses his "N.P.H." brand from the Harold and Kumar movies, in addition to his Tony Award and Emmys — as well as the infamous bar booth from How I Met Your Mother. Watch below to see Harris rap a song from Hamilton, plus a special cameo from David Burtka.