The Fashion Bomb Daily: Hugo Boss to Focus More On Womenswear Under Jason Wu, Jennifer Lopez Will Not Perform At The World Cup, and Givenchy to Show Resort Collection in Paris


  • Though they nabbed Chris Eastwood for their latest men’s campaign, Hugo Boss is about to start focusing on the womenswear.  Having tapped Jason Wu as creative director(Fall 2014 was the first collection he showed for the brand) the German fashion giant will open 50 stores globally and has planned some store expansions to focus on footwear, handbags, and women’s fashion. (Fashion United)

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  • In case you were hoping to watch Jennifer Lopez shake it with Pitbull at the World Cup Opener in Brazil, you’re out of luck.  The official reason that she won’t be in the “We Are One” performance Thursday is noted as unspecified “production issues.” Instead, Pitbull will perform with Brazilian singer Claudia Leitte. (E Online)

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  • Tory Burch is still growing her business. In addition to that menswear line and that collection of women’s activewear, she’s about to push into a market worth $60 billion: watches. Priced between $350 and $695, the timepieces will be in collaboration with Fossil.  Two limited-edition styles of the line will be available at $895 and $995. (Fashionista)



  • So after releasing his resort collection and while gearing up for a store opening in Soho, Scott Sternberg has designed a cup for Starbucks.  On sale tomorrow for $15, the mug features paint — either in black or multiple colors — dripping down from the rim. CFDA CEO Steven Kolb was behind the partnership. (Buro 24/7)

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  • Shelve all your hopes of seeing Riccardo Tisci, Kim Kardashian, and Kanye West at the Givenchy resort presentation in New York this season! According to WWD, the brand will bow their latest womenswear looks in Paris.  (WWD)


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