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Romeo Beckham and His Dancing Skills Boost Burberry’s Sales


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Romeo charms Burberry customers…

Burberry’s classic trenchcoats are selling out extra-fast these days, and analysts are crediting young Romeo Beckham for the brand’s good fortune. The 12-year-old son of David and Victoria Beckham appeared in the label’s holiday campaign, where he made quite a splash with his dancing. [Bloomberg]

The royals get social…

A Twitter account has been set up by Kensington Palace (@kensingtonroyal), allowing the public to get an even more in-depth look into the lives of the royals. The account, which sent out its first tweet a little over 11 hours ago, already has more than 65K followers—most likely all women eager to be regularly updated on Duchess Kate’s wardrobe choices. [Twitter]

FIT honors Lauren Bacall…

The Museum at FIT is set to pay tribute to the memory and signature style of the late Lauren Bacall in a monthlong exhibition opening March 3. The show, titled Lauren Bacall: The Look, will feature memorable garments worn by the star, including a fuchsia Pierre Cardin dress and an
ostrich-feather-adorned Dior gown. [WWD]

Make some room for ClosetSpace…

ClosetSpace might just change the way you get dressed. The new app, by fashion analytics company Stylitics, acts as a style-organization toolkit and has the ability to make daily outfit suggestions based on the weather and sync planned outfits to your Google calendar. ClosetSpace even features style stats, which give you a live analysis of your closet, including cost-per-wear and least-worn items. [TechCrunch]

Miley on her love of jeggings…

The ever-outspoken Miley Cyrus sat down with Marie Claire to discuss everything from her honesty to her past style choices. The 22-year-old even spoke of her love of jeggings. Yes, you read that correctly. “They’re the best invention! Even though they have kind of ruined jeans,” admitted Cyrus. [E!]

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