• The Fashion Bomb News Breakdown: Big Sean is Collaborating With Adidas, Anna Wintour does the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, and Macy’s To Pay $650,000 Over Discrimination Claims


    • Rapper Big Sean is teaming up again with Adidas Orignals! So far, the only thing we know is that the two will release a Metro Attitude high-top sneaker for the Fall 2014 season. (Hypebeast)


    • Keke Palmer is set to appear alongside starlets like Hannah Bronfman and Dakota Johnson in a coffee table book on “Young Hollywood.” Released by Vanity Fair, the book was shot by Clairborne Swanson and styled by Michael Kors. The book is out this month. Will you be picking it up?  (Vanity Fair)

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    • In continuing NYFW news, Made Fashion Week has released their schedule for this year. Brands like Zana Bayne, Zoe Jordan, Koonhor, and Maison Kitsune are all new to the list, while the winner of last year’s Made for Peroni competition, CG by Chris Gelinas, has secured a slot on the schedule Friday. Milk regulars like Jeremy Scott, Patrick Ervell, and Public School are still on the schedule as well.(Style)

    • It’s highly unlikely that you’ve been on social media and haven’t heard about the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. The Ice Bucket challenge is an activity involving dumping a bucket of ice water on one’s head or donating to the ALS Association in the United States (an organization that raises awareness about Lou Gehrig’s Disease). According to Wikipedia, the challenge dares nominated participants to be filmed having a bucket of ice water poured on their heads; nominated people have 24 hours to comply or make a charitable donation to the ALS foundation. Well, one of the latest to take part is none other than Anna Wintour, the editor in chief of Vogue. The charity stunt has raised awareness for the organization and brought in a record number of new donors. (Vogue)


    • Macy’s is the latest retailer that will dole out cash for racial profiling investigations.  The company is set to pay $650,00 to settle the investigation, and has promised to improve its employee anti-profile training and hire an independent anti-discrimination expert.
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