Today's Fashion Headlines. June 15, 2012.

Dolce & Gabbana Children's Collection

Dolce & Gabbana Starting Children’s Line
Dolce & Gabbana’s first children’s collection will be stores in July. Gabbana said, “It’s a miniature version of our signature line.” You can still expect the same quality from the Italian designers. They made it a point to say they did not pull back on quality of fabrics.  The line will consist of clothing, innerwear, beachwear, accessories and footwear. The line is for boys and girls ranging from newborns up to 10 years old. There will be a division of the line that is dedicated to baptismal wear.
Gabbana says this on how he based his research, “I didn’t know much about the world, but Domenico’s brother has three children ages two to six.”
J. Crew Changing the Face of Their Website.
Starting today, the homepage of overseas has a “Hello World” greeting. It is designating a section for “style-makers” from different countries. There is also a section where publishers, retailers, photographers and bloggers have photo diaries and short videos about their personal style. They will wear different pieces from J. Crew that shows the viewers how to integrate their clothing into their personal lives. Some people that are being featured are Hilary Tsui, style blogger and owner of a well-known Hong Kong boutique Liger. TK Mak, creator of Hong Kong based pop culture magazine Milkk. Berline’s Sven Schumann, founder of the online magazine The Talks. J. Crew will add five more  influencers from all around the world in July.
Eric Lichtmess Joins Tommy Hilfiger
Tommy Hilfiger is adding to its advertising and media departments. Eric Lichtmess will join the company as the vice president of advertising and integrated media. He will be responsible for Tommy Hilfiger’s brand and digital marketing, media, production and the in-house creative studio. I am looking forward to seeing what changes this will make to the brand.
– Katie Schmitz
Source & Image: WWD

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