News to Know: Watch Sample Sale Shoppers Run, Pippa's New Book, and More!



Wait, this is amazing. Yesterday's Proenza Schouler sale was originally slated to take place at 82 Mercer Street. So everyone started lining up at 82 Mercer Street at the crack of dawn (type-A shoppers, etc.). But then the location changed. And a videographer was there to catch the mad dash. Check it out, above. [Racked NY]


Pippa Middleton's new book cover is revealed. [People]

Of the big four fashion weeks—New York, London, Milan, and Paris—New York City is the only one that doesn't have a dedicated men's week. That means that men's shows are sort of randomly sprinkled throughout the regular New York Fashion Week schedule—and sometimes get lost in the fray. Details magazine wants to change this—and this September, they've leased a show space at the public library right by Lincoln Center. "Important things are happening in men's fashion," editor-in-chief Dan Peres told the New York Times. "There should be a sharper focus on it here." [NY Times]

SoulCycle—aka yuppie crack—is launching a nail polish. [Refinery29]

This woman loves shoes so much that she's spent more than $500,000 on shoe-related stuff. Like, not even actual shoes. We're talking shoe teapots, shoe models, shoe tchotchkes. Check it out here. [Daily Mail]

Here's that $290 paper bag from Jil Sander. No, seriously, a paper bag. Jil Sander (and Raf Simons for Jil Sander), we love you, but come on. [HuffPo]

Last night, Ann Romney gave a speech at the Republican National Convention. She wore a belted red dress by Oscar de la Renta. Fashionista calls it an "interesting" choice—especially considering de la Renta gently chided First Lady Michelle Obama for wearing an Alexander McQueen gown to an event last year. Hm. [Fashionista]

Even Scott Schuman, aka The Sartorialist, gets turned down sometimes. [Elle]

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