5 Things To Know This A.M. — Mar 29 2013

Element Eden has teamed up with the Kind Campaign to create a capsule collection that brings awareness to bullying — and also wearable basics to you. (Element Eden)
Do you need to be shirtless, oiled, and with unzipped pants to be featured on the cover of Vogue Homme? One writer raises wonders what this says about men's fashion mags and their target audience. (Fashion Copious)
Opening Ceremony talked about a lot of exciting things at the WWD Menswear Summit, including how well Kenzo is doing and how fun all its collabs are, but they sure didn't address that looming lawsuit over Yoko Ono's potentially plagiarized line. (The Cut)
Is there a fashion-tech bubble? Business of Fashion explores the sky-high figures that are going into e-commerce fashion sites, and what makes some more successful than others. (BOF)
Once upon a time, Kate Middleton wore a blue Issa dress that became so iconic, it nearly brought the company under. Now, the brand has been launched on a global scale. Hey, every Cinderella story has a blue dress at the end, right? (Lucky)
Image: Via Element Eden.

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