The week's top stories in fashion news.
- Kanye just can't keep his "fashion sense" to himself (or, perhaps more accurately, he won't). This week rumors began circulating that the man in the leather skirt might have yet another collaboration underway after Kendall and Kylie Jenner unveiled their Fall 2013 collection for Pac Sun in NYC and dropped hints that Yeezus offered "to help and design" the collection. On this point, Kylie reflected: "Like, whatever, because he's just kind of about taking over the world with fashion pretty much." Yup, like, pretty much. (Global Grind)
- If you're not already rocking a bow-tie, consider taking style cues from dapper 11-year-old, Moziah Bridges, (pictured above) who launched Mo's Bows, his collection of preppy neckwear, with the assistance of his 80-year-old grandmother. If that's not enough to make you say awww, check out the expert sales pitch Mo gave to Steve Harvey. (Complex)
- It's been a big year for vintage-inspired menswear label, Ovadia & Sons, who were not only nominated for a CFDA award but also became the creative force behind Ivy League outfitter, J.Press. Now, brothers Shimon and Ariel are set to make their Fashion Week debut this September, opting for presentation format over runway. As Ariel told WWD, "People like to touch and feel the collection, see the fabrics and the textures. In a runway show, you only see it for two seconds and then it's gone." (WWD)
- Expect fewer polo shirts and cuffed chinos at Fashion Week this September: Tommy Hllfiger cancelled his menswear show shortly after announcing the departure of creative director, Simon Spurr. Whether Spurr left of his own volition or got Spurr-ned by the world of mass retail remains unclear. (Vogue UK)
—Blair Pfander. Follow her at @blairpfander.