Style Notes: Yeezy Season 1 Sells Out; Harley Quinn Is Most Googled Halloween Costume

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Though it had many critics within the industry, Yeezy Season 1 has so far been deemed a success by retailers. Of the 30 stores that picked up Kanye West's inaugural line, which he showed in February at New York Fashion Week, many have already sold out of his collection of neutral basics. Some stores, like Barneys New York's flagship store, even had lines form outside the store as Yeezy fans waited for the collection to go live on Thursday. Now that's dedication. [WWD]

Harley Quinn, portrayed by Margot Robbie in the upcoming Suicide Squad film, is the most searched-for costume on the Internet, according to Google's Frightgeist feature. "Star Wars" comes in at number two, followed by "superhero," "pirate" and "Batman." Leading the "trending" costumes is none other than Donald Trump. [Google Frightgeist

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Following a law suit in which graffiti artist Joseph Tierney, who goes by the street name "Rime," accused Jeremy Scott of ripping off his art for the Moschino dress which Katy Perry wore to this year's Met Gala, the designer has responded and denied all allegations. In a statement, Scott defended his design process while simultaneously humble bragging about all of his accomplishments as a designer, including outfitting Perry for the Super Bowl and scoring a book deal. [Jezebel

After a Buzzfeed News investigation uncovered the shady politics of JustFab, the company which owns Kate Hudson's popular Fabletics line, the retailer has been working to recover its name. The brand has hired a third party auditor to oversee the customer service relations after thousands of complaints were filed with regards to the deceptive subscription processes. [Racked]