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  • If you’re a fan of Carine Roitfeld’s CR Fashion Book, then you may be interested in the launch of CR Men’s Book, a male version for our Fashion Bombers, out today! Kanye West lent his debut collection with Adidas for a photo shoot with Fetty Wap featured in the inaugural issue. What are your thoughts? (The Cut)

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  • If you’re ever in the market for an affordable, on-trend ensemble, British online-only fashion retailer ASOS has got you covered. CEO Nick Robertson, who co-founded the fast fashion brand 15 years ago, announced his decision yesterday to step down from the company. Not to worry, the brand will be in good hands (as the current Chief Operating Officer will step in to replace Robertson). (Bloomberg Business)

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  • The conversation won’t stop and we’re happy about it! HuffPost is taking the dialogue a step further and calling for magazines to make more diverse hires on their staffs. “It starts with the people making the decisions there…there have to be editors — black editors, there have to be black casting directors, black fashion directors and there just aren’t,” said Julee Wilson, HuffPost Style senior fashion editor. As a black staff writer for a multi-cultural media platform like FashionBombDaily, I couldn’t agree more! (Huffington Post)


  • Net-a-Porter CEO Natalie Massenet has exited the company she founded in 2000, ahead of the brand’s merger with YOOX. She announced her resignation after returning home from a vacation, and reportedly sold her shares for approximately $152 million. Net-a-Porter is one of my favorite places to shop, and Natalie Massenet is a consummate boss. Can’t wait to see what she does next! (Fashionista)

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  • Street Style photographers are breaking away from reporting for larger entities, and are instead creating their own Media Empires, reports The Cut. Tommy Ton, whose accessories focused shots populated the homepage of Style.com, told Business of Fashion that he hopes to launch his eponymous site, explaining, “I’ve been very fortunate to develop a lot of relationships in my career through designers and brands. So, I’ve been thinking, maybe I should just focus on that and not worry so much about whether or not my name is branded with anyone else’s.” Preach, young man! The same goes for Scott Schuman of the Sartorialist and Yvan Rodic of FaceHunter. Scott has been working on a new book that explores Peru, Morocco, and other locations, saying, “I find so much inspiration in diversity and in challenging my eye to appreciate unfamiliar colors, patterns and shapes.” (The Cut)