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Clippings: Selfridges Apologizes for McQueen Gaffe



    Oh no, they ditdn't! British department store Selfridges tweeted an apology after removing a dress that, literally, hung in the window display of the Manchester, England store. The dress was undoubtedly controversial tribute to Alexander McQueen, who committed suicide by hanging himself this past February. [Racked]

    As more and more high-end fashion brands and labels make the move to online commerce, sites like Gilt and Ebay stand to suffer. [BNET]

    When Copenhagen's Fashion Week embarks this August, the Scandinavian event will be host to a 1,600-meter catwalk (that's nearly a mile). [Copenhagen Post]

    As more editorial shuffling and shuttling continues, Anne Christensen, formerly of T, heads over to Conde Nast to take her seat as the new fashion director at Glamour. [Daily Front Row]