NYFW Leaves Lincoln Center
New York Fashion Week will no longer take place at Lincoln Center. In a settlement between the city and park advocates, NYFW will be prevented from renewing its contract with Lincoln Center, which would have allowed them to use the venue until 2020. Read more: The Business of Fashion

Erminio Cerbone for Pollini
Milan-based shoe designer Erminio Cerbone has been chosen as Nicholas Kirkwood’s replacement at Pollini. The Italian brand has tried to refocus Pollini as an Italian brand after employing internationally recognized names such as Jonathan Saunders in the past. Read more: Fashionista

My-Wardrobe Sold to Net-A-Porter
Eight years after launching, My-Wardrobe has shut down and sold its URL to Net-a-Porter. Signs of trouble for the luxury and ready-to-wear e-commerce site were seen last year when founders Andrew & Sarah Curran and CEO David Worby, stepped down. It is unclear what will become of the brick-and-mortar store it opened in London this summer. Read more: Fashionista

Miss World Axes Swimsuit Portion
Let’s be real - there has never been a valid reason for the swimsuit portion of the Miss World competition other than to sell sex. The national director of the Miss World America and Miss United States organization agrees, citing a lack of "purpose". Read more: New York Magazine 

Text by Alexandra Sarabia