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Celebrity fashion stylist Rachel Zoe is set to premiere a new weekly TV talk show Sept. 24 on Lifetime. "Fashionably Late With Rachel Zoe" will be in the 10:30 p.m. to 11 p.m. slot, following "Project Runway." Zoe, a favorite of Hollywood stars, became a celebrity herself with her previous TV show, "The Rachel Zoe Project," which was produced for five seasons and ran on Bravo.

Katy Perry will star in H&M's holiday ad campaign, the company announced via news release on Thursday. Perry is quoted as saying that H&M was one of the retailers where she first began cultivating her own style.

Caitlyn Jenner looked like a 21st century goddess in her white Versace gown at the ESPY Awards on Wednesday, says Los Angeles Times fashion critic Booth Moore.

Topshop is bringing back 1970s smock dresses, '80s acid-washed denim and '90s vinyl miniskirts in its new Topshop Archive limited edition collection -- inspired, as the name says, by its own archives.

Nike designer Tobie Hatfield has developed a new sneaker, the Flyease, designed to be put on and fastened up with one hand. It was designed to aid people with disabilities, and looks as cool as anything LeBron James might wear. In fact the LeBron Soldier 8 Flyease will be available in limited quantities on nike.com beginning July 16.

The CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund announced the up-and-coming labels/designers who are finalists for 2015.  They are: Baja East, Scott Studenberg and John Targon; Baldwin, Matt Baldwin; Brother Vellies, Aurora James; Cadet, Brad Schmidt and Raul Arevalo; CG, Chris Gelinas; Chromat, Becca McCharen; David Hart, David Hart; Gypsy Sport, Rio Uribe; Jonathan Simkhai, Jonathan Simkhai; Thaddeus O’Neil, Thaddeus O’Neil.

 

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