This Week in Fashion: Tomorrowland Comes to the United States, Tom Ford Does the Ice Bucket Challenge

The future is now.

Image courtesy of Tomorrowland.

The week's top stories in fashion news.

Just in time for sweater weather, a Japanese knitwear brand named Tomorrowland has landed right here in the United States. Starting this week, you'll be able to find classic fisherman sweaters, lightweight shirts, and other items at both Mr. Porter and Barneys. (The Dandy Fashion)

Speaking of Barneys, the high-end department store will reportedly start selling a "smart bracelet" created by Intel and Opening Ceremony. But the only thing we know for certain is that the gadget aims to be more than your standard fitness tracking band. Watch this space. (CNET)

Band of Outsiders designer Scott Sternberg has decided to cancel his spring 2015 show in New York, and will instead focus on getting his brand's new flagship store off the ground. But the good news, if you haven't heard, is that the store will have a Momofuku Milk Bar window where customers can get cookies and other assorted pastries. (Fashionista)

The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge keeps getting better and better. Just this week, Donatella Versace called out Pharrell and Prince seconds before getting doused, but her fellow designer Tom Ford kept his nominations inside the fashion industry when he accepted the challenge. Nicholas Ghesquiere and Hedi Slimane, you're next. (Instagram)

Luxury watchmaker Hublot announced this week that it's now the official timekeeper of the Dallas Cowboys. In addition to outfitting Cowboys stadium with wall clocks, the Swiss company also created three styles of limited edition watches that will set you back around $20,000 a pop. What a way to start football season. (The Daily Front Row)

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