Nordstrom and Madewell Partnership Expands
Positive feedback means growth and in the case of Nordstrom and Madewell, this couldn’t be more true. Since J. Crew’s launch of the brand back in 2006 along with their partnership with Nordstrom, both businesses have been able to profit considerably from collaborating and with this, expansion of the line will be distributed to another 15 locations adding up to 30 Nordstrom locations! Madewell’s fall collection has made its debut on Monday and is sold at madewell.com as well as nordstrom.com.
Kimberly Stewart Collaborates with Rockins
Model and Actress, Kimberly Stewart has a lot to celebrate this coming fall from her new reality show set to debut on the E network, “Stewarts and Hamiltons” along with her new scarf line collaboration with U.K. brand, Rockins. The collection includes five scarves ranging in price from $140-$250 and includes a sailor-inspired scarf, a leopard print silk crepe de chine, an American flag, a Blue Bonnet motif inspired by Stewart’s mother Alana and an all-black style scarf. “Each design of this collection is inspired by either my family or something I am passionate about, which makes this collaboration a very personal experience for me,” says Stewart. The line has already launched online as of yesterday, and has already been creating a lot of buzz for the brand! To check out Kimberly Stewart’s scarves, go to rockins.com.
Farfetch and LACMA Design Collaboration
It’s the Los Angeles County Museum of Art’s 50th anniversary and they are continuing their collaboration with Farfetch’s luxury e-commerce marketplace this November. Designers including Anita Ko, Cathy Waterman, Clare Vivier, Greg Lauren, Gregory Parkinson, Irene Neuwirth, Jennifer Meyer, Monique Lhuillier, NewbarK, Rodarte, and The Elder Statesman will all be showcasing pieces of their own that they designed specifically for the LACMA/Farfetch collaboration retailing between $50-$1,000. These items will go on sale beginning November 4th at Farfetch.com as well as LACMA’s museum as all proceeds will go directly to LACMA. Being that it is the museums 50th anniversary, the Wear LACMA Project has offered more designers for a wider range of available items.
– Jasmine Dunn
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