Octopus pants: Not the worst golf fashion statement (+video)

Considering the history of bad pants in golf, Billy Horschel had to go a long way to stand out. The Christian Science Monitor Weekly Digital Edition But the Octopus-print pants he donned for Sunday’s final round at the U.S. Open did the trick. Somewhere, John Daly , long considered golf’s leader in the clubhouse for bad fashion, is rummaging through his closet for a response.
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Fashion retailer H&M’s Q2 profit down 11 percent amid challenging markets and krona strength

The Burberry Prorsum menswear runway show, which has been on Milan’s fashion week calendar for as long as we can remember, took place in London on Tuesday, with chief creative officer Christopher Bailey showing the spring and summer 2014 collection at Kensington Gardens. Although we would have much rather been on hand for the storied British luxury brand’s return home, we’re not going to let that stop us from sharing some of the looks from the collection — as well as some of the details about (and Bailey’s inspiration for) the collection, which the Burberry folks sent over. The show notes for the collection, titled “Writers and Painters,” included this description: “A celebration of artistic and intellectual spirit, with a nod and a wink to Alan Bennett and David Hockney.
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London men’s fashion week: Burberry Prorsum spring-summer 2014

Burberry Prorsum fashion show

Sales for the quarter slipped marginally to 31.64 billion kronor from 31.66 billion. H&M CEO Karl-Johan Persson said the krona’s strength weighed on the result, while sales in local currencies increased by 5 percent. He said sales remained strong in Asia but that the overall revenue suffered due to the “continued challenging situation for the fashion retail industry” and bad weather in many of the company’s big markets. Persson added that H&M opened nearly 100 new stores in the second quarter, including its first in South America in Santiago de Chile, and continues to make long-term investments in its online sales. “Although most of these long-term investments have not yet generated revenues, we see them as wise and necessary – all in order to build an even stronger H&M,” Persson said.
For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.foxnews.com/world/2013/06/19/fashion-retailer-hm-q2-profit-down-11-percent-amid-challenging-markets-and/

Sorry, Fashion Apps, Here Are hello kitty jewerly 7 Apps Fashionistas Would Actually Use

Paris beat us to the bike share, and the models knew it.

Which is all to say that the May 27 launch of NYC’s CitiBike bike share program and accompanying app for iOS and Android (showing bike locations, availability and routes) is big news for fashionistas without their own wheels. If the bike share operates smoothly this summer, I’m predicting a major deficit of bike availability between shows during fashion week in September. Paris beat us to the bike share, and the models knew it. Hailo & Uber : But sometimes you just don’t want to bicycle!
For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://techcrunch.com/2013/06/17/sorry-fashion-apps-here-are-7-apps-fashionistas-would-actually-use/

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