Recessions be damned, this world still has a taste for luxury. The online
paradise retailer Net-A-Porter saw a 55% increase in sales last year. (Fashion Telepgraph)
The idea of the ever-amusing André Leon Talley interviewing the ever-inspiring Quvenzhané Wallis is already great enough, but once you hit play on the actual video, it only gets better. (Vogue)
We're used to seeing a few lesser-known names sprinkled in among the big wigs at Fashion Week, but this is one we never expected: 91-year-old functional-lingerie brand Maidenform will present a "formal runway show" in Amsterdam this year. (WWD)
Cancel your HBO subscription, guys. Cher is developing a show set in Hollywood in the 70s on the same channel that hosts RuPaul's Drag Race. Enough said. (Jezebel)
Speaking of, is Girls getting too Hollywood? Some say too much success could hurt the show's authenticity. (The Cut)
Image via Fashion Telegraph.