Style Notes: Reed Krakoff to Design for Tiffany & Co.; 'Pokemon Go' Invades Malls
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Reed Krakoff Is Designing for Tiffany & Co. [WWD]
Reed Krakoff is collaborating with Tiffany & Co. to design a range of home goods, accessories and gifts for 2017. In addition to creating merchandise, including leather goods, handbags, tabletop accessories, sunglasses and key rings, Krakoff also will work with Tiffany & Co.'s visual merchandising team on display concepts. The designer, who folded his namesake line in 2015, has most recently been busy designing a line of handbags for Kohl's.
Pokemon Are Invading Malls, Thanks to Pokemon Go [Racked]
Pokemon Go has caused quite the ruckus at local shopping malls. Players have been using social media to document their adventures catching Pokemon in H&M, Sephora and Forever21 — though not all store managers are happy about it. Some owners have posted signs reading, "Pokemon are for paying customers only." On the flip side, others are attempting to turn their shops into gyms in an effort to attract more foot traffic. Welcome to 2016, everyone.
"Pokémon are for paying customers only" — friend snapped this sign. pic.twitter.com/BeHh1aqO78— Bobby Cherry (@GoBobbo) July 10, 2016
Marc Jacobs Partners With Made to Measure for New Season of Off Book [Pret-a-Reporter Inbox]
Made to Measure, WME | IMG's fashion network on Apple TV, has partnered with Marc Jacobs for a brand integration for season 2 of the series Off Book, which sees models reading passages from literature. (Past participants have included Hanne Gaby Odiele, Hailey Baldwin and Camille Rowe.) In the upcoming 10 episodes, eight models will be dressed in Marc Jacobs' pre-fall 2016 collection while reading passages from The Fran Lebowitz Reader. The first episode airs Tuesday.
Kim Kardashian Covers Forbes [Forbes]
Say what you will about the Kardashians, but there's no denying that when it comes to running their branded businesses, they're pretty good at it. In fact, it was one of these businesses that landed Kim Kardashian on the cover of Forbes' "Mobile Moguls" issue. The glossy celebrates the 35-year-old for her app, Kim Kardashian: Hollywood, which has made $160 million in revenue — $45 million of which Kardashian herself pocketed. On Twitter, the mogul teased her haters with a special hashtag: "#NotBadForAGirlWithNoTalent."