J.W. Anderson for Topshop Images, Fashion People Fear the Flu And More From Around the Web

Just released: images of J.W. Anderson's second Topshop collection. There's argyle and fringe—at the same time—and it is awesome, obviously. [Vogue UK]

Fashion people are creative, so they fear the flu on even more grandiose levels than most—especially on the heels of fashion week, a petri dish of underslept, overstressed immune systems. One designer even made her under-the-weather employee work in a closet, Harry Potter style, so she wouldn't catch her cold before the big week.  [New York Times]

Kate Spade will be the second brand to take its fragrance business in-house instead of outsourcing it to a giant beauty brand. (Oscar de la Renta was the first.) A growing trend, perhaps? [WWD]

Lena Dunham's doing a show about Bergdorf Goodman's legendary personal shopper, Betty Halbreich. It'll be a comedy, but we bet the wardrobe will be very very serious. As in seriously good. [Fashionista]

Following in the footsteps of high fashion-loving performers like Madonna and Lady Gaga, Rita Ora enlisted Emilio Pucci to design her tour costumes. It's like a pop star rite of passage. [Telegraph]

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