Nicole Richie

From Net-a-Porter's quarterly print magazine Porter to Shopbop's digital editorials that star the likes of Nicole Richie and Rachel Zoe, shoppable publications have become another way for retailers to tell their stories, give customers a look behind the scenes and give their buys a bit more context. Barneys New York has gradually been amping up the original content on its own online editorial site, The Windowand for spring 2015, the world-famous store has announced that it's launching a print edition inspired by the popular web destination of the same name.

NBC's new talent contest "Fashion Star" is a hit with the retailers it plugs, but not so much with the viewing public. The much-hyped premiere drew just 4.6 million prime-time viewers, but sales of the night's winning fashions soared.

Nicole Richie is working with home shopping channel QVC on a new fashion line.   The American fashion designer and reality TV star already has two successful fashion ranges on the market.   In 2008 she launched House of Harlow 1960, which originally started out as an accessories line.   The brand was well received by consumers and was extended to include apparel and shoes in 2010.     READ OTHER TOP STORIEIN THE WDM CONTENT NETWORK: Spotify and iTunes lead a digital music revolution Flagship

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