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Alexander Wang is launching a men's collection. A Spring 2010 collection will debut later this year."It's strange that so many designers are doing men's now, but for us it's a component that's always been there," says Wang. [Style.com]
In sad publishing news, journalist James Brady has died at the age of 80. On top of writing for Harper's Bazarr, Advertising Age and New York mag, he also served as the publisher of Women's Wear Daily, where he was credited for reinventing the fashion newspaper. [The Cut]
The Tony Duquette brand filed an infringement suit against Michael Kors. They claim that Kors not only wrongfully used the Duquette name to market his resort collection but also used images and patterns from the book Tony Duquette
which came out in 2007. [The Cut
An interview with Odin and Pas de Deux owners Eddy Chai and Paul Birardi.
On the table for discussion is the economy, Richard Chai's (Eddy's brother) new menswear line, and the 29 inch waist (so passe). [The Cut
On the rise in England? "Moob jobs."
For the uninformed, that's breast reduction surgery for men. Simon Cowell, take note. [Daily Mai
-- SETH PLATTNER