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Mickey Drexler

Those stories and more in our daily news roundup.
  • Steven Kolb is officially off the market. The CFDA CEO married producer Jay Inkpen at New York's City Hall on Thursday. [Page Six]
  • Going over the fiscal cliff could have an impact on what designers show during Fashion Week. [Fashionista]
  • A New York court on Thursday issued a final order confirming that Christian Louboutin's lawsuit against Yves Saint Laurent is over. [WWD]
  • Prices for Target and Neiman Marcus's holiday collaboration with the CFDA have been cut to 50 percent off. [HuffPost Style]
  • J.Crew CEO Mickey Drexler responded to a New York Times opinion piece calling the retailer's holiday shopping "mundane and problematic." [Styleite]
Source: Instagram User StevenKolb
Those stories and more in our daily news roundup.
  • Mickey Drexler's work at J.Crew will be the focus of a CNBC documentary called J.Crew and the Man Who Dressed America. Set to air this Thursday, May 24 at 10 p.m., the program will explore what's made the retailer such a success. Watch a preview of the program below. [CNBC]
  • JC Penney has leased office space in a building at Lafayette and Broome streets in New York City's trendy NoLIta neighborhood. The move is reportedly part of an attempt to "attract a hip workforce." [New York Post]
  • Julia Restoin Roitfeld took to Twitter for a little mothering advice. "Mother 911, any suggestions on hot wrap dresses for easy breastfeeding?" she asked. Wrap dresses from Diane von Furstenberg were a popular response among Restoin Roitfeld's followers. [The Cut]
  • The custom Prada dress Carey Mulligan wore to the Met Gala sold on eBay for $2,950. Proceeds from the sale will be donated to Oxfam America. [Fashion Etc.]
Photo: J.Crew's Fall 2012 women's presentation during New York Fashion Week.