Bib & Tuck’s Virtual Currency, Native Marketing & André Leon Talley’s New Gig

  • Net-a-Porter founder Natalie Massenet is not holding back with her growing empire. (via the New York Times)
  • Michael Kors and Diane von Furstenberg are just a few designers leaving Lincoln Center this Fashion Week. Who’s next? (via Stylecaster)
  • This week the interweb has been abuzz with Dover Street Market, but what exactly is it? Well, here are the ten things you need to know. (via Racked)
  • Five years of social media in one infographic. (via Socially Stacked)
  • A plus-size Barbie is causing quite the controversy online. What do you think? (via Huffington Post Style)
  • This has been the year of native marketing and with good reason – it’s pretty dang effective. (via Spin Sucks)
  • So you got a not so pretty sweater instead of the Urban Decay Naked 3 Palette for Christmas. Let two editors share how they approach the dreaded gift return. (via Vogue)
  • A new Twitter show may be making its way to your TV. (via All Twitter)
  • Fashion tech startup Bib and Tuck is doing things differently by using virtual currency. Could it be the beginning of a new kind of retail? (via Third Wave Fashion)
  • Zappos Couture appoints André Leon Talley as artistic director to expand social reach and launch a web magazine. (via Fashionotes)

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Martha Chavez is a communications professional working in the educational sector, but loves moonlighting in fashion PR for PR Couture.