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Boho Babes, Rejoice! Stone Fox Bride Unveils a Plus-Size Line – Vogue
“Molly Guy is not a woman to equivocate. “I don’t mind saying this on the record,” she says, poised on a rack at her airy Soho studio. “I’m never going to do a collection again unless we do it up to a size 24. This is the new normal.” After the briefest of interactions, it’s clear Guy is not interested in pandering to trendiness. What she is interested in is honing and channeling a lasting style. How else could you commute the boho bridal approach into a lifestyle, a person, the way that she’s done with Stone Fox Bride, which has draped the casually elegant and deeply chic brides of the past few years, both real and fictional.”

Franco Sarto Launches E-Commerce Site – Footwear News
“Franco Sarto is stepping up its online presence. The Italian-inspired shoe label on Monday launched an e-commerce site, The new site will allow shoppers to purchase Franco Sarto’s assortment of heels, flats, wedges, boots, booties and sandals as well as items from Sarto Collection — the brand’s higher-end line.”

Gap Inc names Sonia Syngal as Old Navy head – FashionMag
“Apparel retailer Gap Inc said it appointed Sonia Syngal as the president of Gap’s Old Navy division, a post which was vacant since the departure of Stefan Larsson. Larsson, who is credited with reviving sales at Old Navy, left the retailer in October to replace American designer Ralph Lauren as CEO of Ralph Lauren Corp.”

Poshmark lands $25m in funding, plans expansion – FashionMag
“E-commerce platform Poshmark announced on Wednesday $25 million in new funding led by venture capital firm, GGV Capital, and existing investors. The funds will bring the company’s total funding to over $70 million. The company has focused on building a community of everyday women who can connect, buy and sell from each other – right from their phones. Recently the company also extended its shopping platform into the retail industry, giving both big and independent fashion brands the opportunity to sell merchandise.”

PUMA & McQ Unveil an Iridescent Take on the Serve Lo Nu – Hyperbeast
“PUMA and McQ continue their longstanding partnership into the spring/summer 2016 season, with the unveiling of the McQ Serve Lo Nu. Utilizing the minimal tennis sneaker as a base, the two add some high-fashion flair to the design through the use of modern, techy materials across the upper. As a result the low-top boasts an unique iridescent colorway that will surely stand out from the crowd, while the added forefoot strap gives the design some edge as well. Purchase this latest colorway from the select PUMA x McQ accounts including Coutié now.”