Daily Links: March 14 2018

  1. Fashion Nova Won the Internet and Is Transforming the Way Millennials Dress: The fashion pack loves the idea of cultivating a uniform. Whether it is Vogue’s documentation of “Parisian Uniform Dressing,” WhoWhatWear’s offering of “7 Style Uniforms Fashionable Women Swear By,” or the ManRepeller’s asking, “Is Uniform Dressing the Nirvana of Personal Style?,” it is clear that committing to wearing variations of a few key garments and accessories – or “uniform dressing,” as it has come to be known – is not only a very convenient and oftentimes one of the more sustainable ways to dress and shop, it is also the method du jour of the world’s most stylish. Read more on TFL
  2. Gucci, Burberry, Tom Ford & Chanel Top Instagram’s Buzziest Brands: Instagram has just released data revealing the “buzziest” fashion brands during New York, London, Milan, and Paris Fashion Weeks. According to the platform, Tom Ford, Burberry, Gucci, and Chanel were the most talked about fashion shows, as Business of Fashion points out. This information is based on global mentions via tags, captions, and comments on IG posts. Read more on Highsnobiety
  3. You Can Be Banned From Making Returns at Sephora: Today, The Wall Street Journal wrote about a service called The Retail Equation, or TRE, which tracks customer returns and gives stores the ability to ban shoppers from returning future items if their return patterns are deemed problematic. Read more on Racked
  4. Zara to launch an Augmented Reality app in its stores: But will it be enough to beat Boohoo.com? Read more on Evening Standard

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