The day's top five stories in fashion news.
The London Collections: Men's shows wrapped up yesterday. Of particular note: Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen showcased a bold assortment of dandy pinstripes, and Christopher Kane adapted his wildly popular Frankenstein t-shirts for his men's line. Check out the recaps on the British Fashion Council's website. (BFC)
Nicholas Kirkwood, lord of ladies' stacked platform ankle-breakers, is trying his hand at a men's collection. Expect bold metallics, pinpoint studs, and lots of punchy colors. Stay tuned—the men's styles will be available online and in select retailers come July. (Nicholas Kirkwood)
WWD hosted its annual industry CEO summit this week. For us laypeople who weren't invited to lunch with Karl Lagerfeld,Marc Jacobs, theProenza Schouler boys, and every important retail CEO in the game, WWD has posted a nice little roundup of interviews. (WWD)
Blue light special! Adam Levine and Nicki Minaj have each teamed up with Kmart to launch a fashion line. But wait, there's more. Not only will the collabs reflect these crooners' "strong creative talents" and "distinctive individual styles," they'll also feature "interactive content" and "dream experiences." Huh? Knowing Minaj, surely something very strange and colorful is in store. (MTV)
Cool kids from around the world have been known to line up at the Supreme flagship in Soho to get their hands on the brand's latest graphic tees, hats, and tailoring. But you won't have to grab your tent and sleeping bag in anticipation of their winter sale, which starts tomorrow, January 11; the Supreme online shop will also be knocking down prices by 30%. (Complex)
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