Style Notes: Teen Vogue Scales Back Print; Danielle Bernstein Is Launching a Shoe Line
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Teen Vogue to Become Quarterly Publication [Pret-a-Reporter Inbox]
Teen Vogue is the latest publication under the Conde Nast umbrella to make the move to a quarterly print publishing schedule and shift its focus and resources to digital efforts. The December/January issue will be the last monthly edition; the spring 2017 issue will be the first under the glossy's new schedule, and will come in a larger size in order to feel more like a collector's item. Considering Teen Vogue's target demographic is made up of tech-savvy Gen Z teens, the change-up comes as no surprise. Mobile traffic for the brand's site was up 207 percent year-over-year, and Teen Vogue has 12 million followers across its 16 social platforms.
Blogger Danielle Bernstein Is Launching Shoes [Fashionista]
Chiara Ferragni did it. Leandra Medine did it. Now, Danielle Bernstein, founder of the blog We Wore What, is launching her very own footwear collection. Bernstein teamed up with Jordan Andoni, the designer behind NYC-based boot brand Modern Vice, to create The Archive, a five-piece collection of booties priced between $350 and $500. The collection is now available exclusively on Shopbop. The 24-year-old, who has more than 1.5 million Instagram followers, also recently launched Second Skin Overalls in October.
Reformation to Launch Holiday Capsule Collection With Net-a-Porter [Pret-a-Reporter Inbox]
Los Angeles-based sustainable clothing brand Reformation has teamed up with Net-a-Porter on a 21-piece capsule collection that will debut Friday. Prices for the collection, which includes floor-length and mini dresses, jumpsuits and blouses, range from $123 to $390. The Reformation also is launching a pop-up in London, which is open from today until the end of December, which will carry both its seasonless and holiday collections; it will not, however, carry the Net-a-Porter capsule.
Bruce Weber to Be Awarded Isabella Blow Award for Fashion Creator at The Fashion Awards [Pret-a-Reporter Inbox]
Legendary fashion photographer Bruce Weber will be honored with the Isabella Blow Award for Fashion Creator at this year's Fashion Awards (formerly the British Fashion Awards), which are set to take place Dec. 5 at the Royal Albert Hall in London. Previous winners include Nick Knight and Edward Enninful. Said Natalie Massanet of Weber, "He is one of the foremost photographers and creative talents of our age who has helped shape the fashion industry we know today, and I have a great deal of admiration for him."
Khloe Kardashian Collaborates With Kylie Jenner on Lip Kit [Instagram]
Khloe Kardashian has been one of little sister Kylie Jenner's biggest Kylie Cosmetics' fans since the beginning, and now, Jenner is repaying the love. Kylie Cosmetics is releasing a special collection of lip kits created by Khloe herself. Called Koko Collection, the four-piece limited-edition set includes a nude shade (KHLO$), a hot pink (OKURR), a dark plum (GORG) and a shimmery rosey pink (DAMN GINA), and is available Wednesday on KylieCosmetics.com.