Must Read: Saks Opens in Old Barneys Beverly Hills Flagship, Stanley Releases Clothing Collection

The new Saks Fifth Avenue women's store in Beverly Hills<p>Photo: Courtesy of Saks Fifth Avenue</p>
The new Saks Fifth Avenue women's store in Beverly Hills

Photo: Courtesy of Saks Fifth Avenue

These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Wednesday.

Saks Fifth Avenue opens in old Barneys Beverly Hills flagship
Saks Fifth Avenue will open its new women's store on Feb. 8 in Beverly Hills on Wilshire Boulevard at the former Barneys location. The luxury store spans more than 100,000 square feet and six levels offering women's designer ready-to-wear, shoes, handbags, jewelry, beauty and more. The new store also features boutique spaces for Chanel, Dior, Gucci and Louis Vuitton and expanded Fifth Avenue Club with 15 private styling suites and beauty treatment rooms. {Fashionista inbox}

Stanley releases first clothing collection
Stanley's signature Quencher thermos has been a viral sensation, and now, the brand is releasing its first-ever clothing collection. The collection features child- and adult-sized hoodies, graphic T-shirts and sweaters donning the brand's logo or even a small Quencher patch. All items in the collection are available now for under $90 on Stanley's website. {Highsnobiety}

Stephanie Hsu for Kate Spade New York Spring 2024.<p>Photo: Marie Schuller/Courtesy of Kate Spade New York</p>
Stephanie Hsu for Kate Spade New York Spring 2024.

Photo: Marie Schuller/Courtesy of Kate Spade New York

Stephanie Hsu stars in Kate Spade New York campaign
Actor Stephanie Hsu is the star of Kate Spade New York's Spring 2024 global campaign titled "Time to Spring," which explores the optimism of the first few warm spring days in Manhattan. Photographed and directed by Marie Schuller, the campaign includes a video of Hsu leaving a gloomy winter for the vibrant and colorful first signs of spring, which is reminiscent of the collection's bright colors and graphic patterns. The spring collection is available in Kate Spade New York stores and online now, and the campaign will roll out globally beginning Feb. 8. {Fashionista inbox}

New book spotlights unsung Black fashion figures
Charlene Prempeh's new book, "Now You See Me: 100 Years Of Black Design", highlights unsung Black fashion figures who have made an impact on the industry. The book delves into the history of designers such as Ann Lowe, who created Jackie Kennedy's wedding gown, and Zelda Wynn Valdes, who sewed the original Playboy bunny costumes. Prempeh told Essence the fashion industry should remember and honor the creatives that have helped it blossom in the past 100 years, and that she wants to pass on this information to spark creativity in others. {Essence}

E.l.f. Beauty reports 85% sales growth
On Tuesday, E.l.f. Beauty reported an 85% year-on-year sales increase in its fiscal third quarter. The beauty company raised its 2024 full-year outlook from $980 to $990 million in sales as the brand soared above expectations. The brand's growth is largely due to its affordable price points, digital marketing strategy and viral products like its Power Grip Primer and Glow Reviver Tinted Lip Oil. {Business of Fashion/paywalled}

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