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  • Following the success of a dedicated London Fashion Week for menswear, the CFDA is considering the same for New York. "We are looking at the potential of a men's week and how that might fit into the global men's calendar," CFDA CEO Steven Kolb commented. [Vogue UK]
  • Meanwhile, the CFDA has also launched a hub on its website with KCD to provide easy access to the top international reviews of the New York Fashion Week shows. [Fashionologie Inbox]
  • The custom vanity plates created by industry insiders such as Derek Blasberg and Hilary Rhoda for Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week have gone on display at Lincoln Center. Karlie Kloss's fashion plate says LONGLEGS. [Elle]
  • Rachel Roy says she opted for a digital fashion show this season to make New York Fashion Week a little less stressful: "Editors and buyers have such a hectic schedule," the designer said. "So the idea of making it convenient, of having an editor literally just open a book, press play, and watch a little video screen…felt very modern." [Styleite]
  • Net-A-Porter's online magazine, The Edit, launches today. A print version of the publication is slated for release later this year. [WWD]
  • Sandra Choi has been named the sole creative director of Jimmy Choo after Simon Holloway, her former codirector, left the company. [Daily Front Row]
  • Miu Miu's The Women's Tales video series finds a fifth installment in The Door, a short film with a political slant by Ava DuVernay. [Harper's Bazaar]
  • The Victoria's Secret Angels decode what women really mean when they say things like, "I'll be five minutes" in the brand's new Valentine's Day commercial. [Telegraph]
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