Target Lawsuit; Keanan Duffty Channels Bowie; Marc Jacobs Romance Novel Obsession; Project Runway is So Gay; Visit Maison Martin Margiela

10.4.2007

By Nick Burns

Target is being sued for not making its website accessible to the blind. Are they really missing much? The site is such an eye sore and their products aren't known for being exceptional (except for the rare designer collaborations), so the visually impaired aren't missing much. [DNR]

In other Target news, Keanan Duffty-designed menswear inspired by David Bowie will hit stores beginning October 14th. Think The Man Who Fell to Earth-style puffy vests, T-shirts, and skinny jeans, priced at an ultra affordable $15-60. This should be interesting. [Fashion Week Daily]

Marc Jacobs is always up for going the extra mile to make a production out of his runway shows. The tent in the courtyard of the Louvre for Louis Vuitton's runway presenation features a ceiling papered with vintage romance novel covers with the title "After Dark," and covered with with Vuitton's LV monogram. Tres chic! Let's hope the show starts on time. [WWD]

Tour the Maison Martin Margiela store in Manhattan's Meat Packing
District. Visiting the actual store can be dangerous for your wallet. [NY Times]

Project Runway's is gayer than ever (obviously they are paying attention to their demographics). And that's the way it should be! There's just one lone straight man in a sea of girls and homos. [AfterElton]

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