The day's top five stories in fashion news.
⋅ The mystery of missing fashion executive Vittorio Missoni continues to intrigue. The latest: a travel bag belonging to another passenger on the missing plane recently washed ashore on the island of Curacao. (WWD)
⋅ Yet another leader in the menswear industry is embracing the power of digital. Today, John Varvatos launches a new website featuring brand spanking new e-commerce for all of his brands: John Varvatos, John Varvatos Star USA, and Converse by John Varvatos—plus his blockbuster fragrances. There's even a slick new editorial section profiling well-dressed gents. (John Varvatos)
⋅ Talk about a one-two punch: not only did the folks at Calvin Klein air that now notorious underwear commercial during the Super Bowl, but they just released a ten-minute mini-movie for the campaign featuring the chiseled Alexander Skarsgard to remind us that, hey, swimsuit season is only a few months away. (YouTube)
⋅ Hermès enthusiasts, Comme the heck down. Avant-garde label Comme Des Garçons is releasing an ultra-luxe capsule collection of scarves with Hermès. The silky squares are being done up in CDG's signature post-modern, black-and-white graphic prints; global sale launches later this week. (Complex)
⋅ That uncomfortable, strangling sweater from your childhood nightmares is back; turtlenecks are having a major moment. The Times has a great street-style piece on all the different, sometimes unexpected ways to pull off this trend. (New York Times)
—Todd Plummer. Follow him @toddkingston.