Lowe Back In London, Macy’s Open Call, And Hardy For Gap On Sale

David Shrigley's video for Pringle of Scotland breaks down the essentials of the wool master's success, from shearing sheep to the aerial bombardment of competing factories. (Elle UK)
Ahoy! Racked has spotted the fabled Pierre Hardy for Gap collection. (Racked)
Apiece Apart wants to change that "secret stressful time"—the 15 minutes before you leave the house. (T)
The Row, the line created by the Olsens, will have its first official staged presentation this coming fashion week. (WWD)
Daisy Lowe has left the East Village behind, returning to the loving arms of her England. (Modelina)
Alexa Chung for Madewell! A magical combination if we've ever head of one... (Vogue)
Will an open casting call to designers cure Macy's of what ails it? (The Awl)
"An '80s-flashback wardrobe that would make Max Headroom weep pixels," and other critical bon mots are collected in the T's roundup of press response to the Pitti Uomo men's shows. (T)
"I wouldn't argue that films are more emotionally charged than stills. In fact, I think there's something incredibly powerful about capturing a single moment in still photography. You lose that in film. But I don't think it's a question of one or the other. With the growth of online magazines and new innovations like the Apple tablet, I think it's about how film and photography will be used together. Increasingly, the creation and consumption of stills shoots and fashion films will be one in the same"—Art Director of British Vogue and creator of Test, Jaime Perlman. (BoF)

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