• The Fashion Bomb News Breakdown: Fashion’s Night Out Might Be No More, Don’t Hold Your Breath Waiting For Your Missoni x Target Order, and Daphne Guinness Takes Her Awesome Wardrobe to The Museum


    • Our days of free booze, hors d’oeuvres and overcrowded streets on Fashion’s Night Out may be over. The people at Vogue claim the event creates too much work for them during one of the busiest weeks of the year for the fashion world. Some large retailers say they are losing money from the event, as many people come out for the complimentary drinks and celeb sightings, instead of doing any actual shopping. I’ll admit, I had every intention of shopping this FNO, but once I got to SoHo, I was completely discouraged and overwhelmed by the crowds. Smaller shops say the event increases their revenue, but this is America, so who cares about servicing small businesses and encouraging their growth when corporate fat cats are losing money? What say you, bombers, should they do away with the event, or would you like to see it stick around? (NYPost)

    • Here’s Diddy and spokes model Kelly Rowland at the official launch of the “Empress” fragrance at Macy’s in Lakewood, California. How are you guys liking Ms. Rowland’s latest hairstyle? (Beauty is Diverse)

    • Good luck getting those Missoni for Target items you ordered off the Target website! Racked is reporting that orders will be delayed for weeks, and a few may be canceled altogether. What an example of exceptional planning and preparation from the people at Target.com! (Racked)

    • If you’re in New York City, head over to The Museum of the Fashion Institute of Technology to see beer heiress Daphne Guinness‘s enviable collection of haute couture pieces from designers like Alexander McQueen and Gareth Pugh. Just another friendly reminder that rich people can afford better things than us plebes. (StyleCaster)

    • A Gossip Girl clothing line by Romeo & Juliet couture is on its way to Saks, Kitson, and Neiman Marcus. With prices ranging from $80- $200, it won’t cost the average woman too much to dress like an overprivileged Upper East Sider. (The Cut)