The week's top stories in fashion news.
- Until now, you could only load up on wares from French house Ami at its brick-and-mortar location on Boulevard Beaumarchais. But starting this week, you can get a dose of ooh-la-la online. The brand's newly launched e-commerce site includes lookbooks and videos in addition to perfectly slouchy sweatshirts, shearling trim coats, and wool baseball caps. Parfait. (Ami Paris)
- Speaking of francophiles, A.P.C. opened the doors of a third location in NYC. Designed by architect Laurent Deroo, the new Bond Street shop features pale oak paneling and cool cubic displays—so much the better for picking out a killer new pair of raw denim dungarees. (Stupid Dope)
- Soon, you can hit Barneys on your way to pick up Tuck Shop pies at Chelsea Market (what, like you don't do that at least once a week). After a year of record sales, the retailer is returning to its original 17th Street location, reclaiming a space currently occupied by Loehmann's. (NYTimes)
- The London Collections: Men shows have been a sales boon to most of its participating designers, but scheduling issues continue to inhibit the event's progress. This year, LC:M will not only overlap with Pitti Uomo by two days—forcing buyers and editors to split up their schedules—but the dates are so early that smaller designers will be unable to prepare samples in time. Let's get it together, guys. (WWD)
—Blair Pfander. Follow her at @blairpfander.