1. Many designers at London fashion week are turning away from the spectacle of the runway show in favor of an effective, if somewhat less sexy, tool—the presentation. – Read More on WSJ
2. Marc Jacobs and the Appropriateness of Appropriation: The cultural “borrowing” that informed Marc Jacobs’ show isn’t new. But the media’s — and consumers’ — reaction to it are decidedly of the moment. – Read More on T Mag
3. Ralph Lauren is the leader when it comes to luxury brands online, accounting for 19.2 percent of total visits, while Michael Kors is a close second at 18.5 percent of visits; from there, Coach is third at 12 percent, followed by Louis Vuitton at 9.5 percent and Gucci at 5.3 percent. – Read More on PYMNTS
4. What’s Next for Natalie Massenet? With her non-compete now up, the Net-a-porter founder is said to be working on several new projects. – Read More on WWD
5. ‘Desktop is on the decline’: 70 percent of Boohoo’s traffic is now mobile – Read More on Glossy
6. In a new interview, Naomi Campbell opens up about the highs and lows of her modeling career, past relationships, landing TV roles and what she plans to do next – Read More on SCMP
7. Puma Creative Director Rihanna Directs Cara Delevingne In A New Campaign – Read More on Fast Co.
8. South Korean star Irene Kim talks about the pros and cons of building a career based on social media – Read More on SCMP