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.
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