Today’s Fashion Headlines: Friday, December 28, 2012

December 28, 2012 • Fashion Blog, Fashion News

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Estée Lauder Creates Collection With Lilly Pulitzer

Estée Lauder has a created a colorful collaboration with Lilly Pulitzer. The two-season, limited-edition assortment of makeup bags as a gift-with-purchase program, hit stores this week. The program will run during the spring and summer months in 2013. The spring gift-with-purchase line kicks off this week at Lord & Taylor, and will be followed by esteelauder.com on Feb. 4, Dillards on Feb. 12, The Bay in Canada on Feb. 27, Macy’s on March 5, Belk on April 1, Bloomingdale’s on April 2, Sears Canada on April 4 and Bon Ton and Nordstrom on April 16. The summer program begins at Dillard’s on May 12, Lord & Taylor on May 19, Sears Canada on May 20, Macy’s on May 27 and Belk and Bon Ton on June 1. The eight prints are all unique and were customized for each retailer.

 

Patricia Field Calls Out Madonna For Stolen Design

Patricia Field, known for her work as costume designer on “Sex and the City,” is calling out Madonna for stealing one of her signature styles. Field accused Madonna of selling copies of her “VOGUE” snapback hats as part of her MDNA Tour merchandise. The baseball caps were sold at Madison Square Garden at a Madonna concert for $35 each.

On Patricia Field’s website, you can find “‘The Original’ VOGUE Snapback Cap” retailing for $36, described as “An homage to the urban dance style of 1980s known as ‘Vogueing’, this House of Field exclusive brings New York City Ball culture back to the forefront again, as recently seen on the Queen of Vogue herself!”

Miss Universe Organization Signs Fragrance License

Expanding beyond pageantry, the Miss Universe Organization has signed a fragrance license with Neil J. Katz and his Omni Scents organization. A trio of women’s scents, set to launch in August, will be available. The scents, inspired by the Miss Universe, Miss USA and Miss Teen USA contests, will be the first of an annual series of fragrances.

Focusing on “modern perceptions of beauty,” the global release will be the first license to launch from Omni Scents, Katz said. “Miss Universe fragrance collection will, we believe, resonate with women all over the globe who look to each contestant as a representative of what every girl dreams of becoming — beautiful, talented, a winner in every sense,” said the Omni Scents founder and president. “Truly, this is a fragrance concept that captures aspirational glamour, as it appeals to every girl who wants to feel confidently beautiful.”

-Selicia A. Walker

Sources: WWD; Huffington Post

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