Fashion Roundup: Why Irina Lazareanu Isn’t Walking in Fashion Week; Target Pop-Up Stores Open Tomorrow

picresized 1221210299 82760870 Fashion Roundup: Why Irina Lazareanu Isnt Walking in Fashion Week; Target Pop Up Stores Open TomorrowIrina Lazareanu is sitting in the front rows of Fashion Week but not walking in shows because she’s still working on an album with Sean Lennon. [WWD]

Ashley Olsen almost fell! [The Cut

The low end of high-end fashion is doing really well in the slumping economy. [WSJ

Designer Anya Hindmarch handed out something titled Anya Hindmarch’s Little Book of Fashion Week Puzzles to editors who came to her presentation on Wednesday. Inside were puzzles with hints like “Graydon Carter’s firstborn” and “editor host of Stylista.” [WWD]

Celebrities in the front rows don’t really matter. Or do they? [NY Sun]  

Target pop-up stores open tomorrow. [Racked

For his fragrance launch at Macy’s on Tuesday, Tommy Hilfiger rode up on a Harley Davidson. [WWD]

 

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