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Blizzard fears cause Marc Jacobs to postpone NY Fashion Week show [Updated 11:43 a.m. Feb. 8]

February 08, 2013|By Susan Denley
  • Lindsay Lohan looks ready for Winter Storm Nemo to hit as she poses in a fur hoodie at the AmFar Gala after-party in New York on Wednesday.
Lindsay Lohan looks ready for Winter Storm Nemo to hit as she poses in a fur… (Mike Coppola / Getty Images…)

The blizzard bearing down on the Northeast is expected to hit New England harder than New York, but it sounded bad enough to reportedly cause Marc Jacobs to postpone his planned New York Fashion Week show from Monday to next Thursday -- Valentine's Day. [The Cut]

UPDATE: Los Angeles Times Fashion Critic Booth Moore, who is covering fashion week, has been told it's not the blizzard, but late-arriving clothing and accessories that prompted Jacobs to change his show date.

And most fashion executives said the shows must go on, despite the storm, nicknamed Nemo. [WWD] (Subscription required.)

Lindsay Lohan seemed ready for the storm when she attended Wednesday night's AmFar Gala and after-party celebrating the kickoff of the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week portion of New York Fashion Week. She wore what can best be described as a fur hoodie over her gown. [The Cut]

Prabal Gurung's capsule collection for Target goes on sale Sunday. This is expected to make a bigger splash than some other recent collaborations, so be there early -- or turn to your computer: some merchandise will be online only. [Racked]

Kate Davidson Hudson and Stefania Allen, former accessories editors at Elle, announced the launch of their new Ecommerce site Editorialist on Thursday. The site combines magazine-like editorial content and online shopping. [The Cut]

Net-A-Porter also launched an online magazine called the Edit on Thursday and has plans to come out with a print magazine in the fall. [WWD]


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