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When it comes to stopping counterfeit goods, the CFDA and eBay’s You Can’t Fake Fashion campaign is no joke. Since 2011, the CFDA and eBay have been selling one-of-a-kind bags to benefit the CFDA Foundation, which aims to fight fakes, and in turn, support authentic wares. This year marks the initiative’s first ever auction, and the collection features custom canvas styles from 90 designers, including Diane von Furstenberg, Ralph Lauren, Anna Sui, and more. Of course, we’ve got a preview of every single one right here.
Photographing your clothing to put up on eBay can be tricky. You want to make sure the item looks as clean and wrinkle-free as possible, you don’t want cluttered rooms or dirty floors distracting from the merch, and you definitely don’t want to capture your naked body in the mirror and upload it for all to see. Or do you?
The other day, we took a look at the designer collections for the cool and affordable eBay Holiday Collective, the auction site’s first foray into fashion. While we were there, we were lucky enough to catch up with Chris Benz and shoot the breeze.
A few days ago we had the good fortune of running into the uber-friendly Jonathan Adler at the eBay Holiday Collective showroom. We got to “bro down” (his words) for a bit and chat, and first off, we had to hear all about the collection.
Yesterday we stopped by the eBay Holiday Collective showroom to see the designer collections and chat with Amy Smilovic, designer and founder of It-girl favorite Tibi.
All eyes were on the perennially bow tie-clad Brad Goreski at 21 Grams in New York last night as he celebrated his new gig with eBay.
Do you have a spare $4,000 and a weird sexual proclivity involving royal undergarments? Well you’re in luck! Courtesy of the estate of one Baron Joseph “Sepy” de Bicske Dobronyi, Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II’s underwear is now just an eBay bid away.
Just in case you wanted to own a piece of Met Gala history, here’s your chance! Carey Mulligan is auctioning off the custom-made Prada halter dress that she wore to the fashionable fête on eBay to raise money for Oxfam America.
The CFDA and eBay have once again teamed up to take a stand against counterfeit goods. Last night we feted the latest You Can’t Fake Fashion collection, and we took some time to chat with Charlotte Ronson about copycat designs, diffusion lines, and best friends.
Are you wondering how those 11,000 Jason Wu for Target items ended up on eBay in a matter of a day? It’s because of people who did things like buy out the entire Jason Wu stock in a midtown Miami store.
Jason Wu for Target goes on sale Sunday. This is exciting! We’ve seen the collection in pictures and in real life, and it’s one of Target’s most solid collaborations in a long time. But that doesn’t mean you should buy it on eBay right now.
American Apparel was bailed out of a bankruptcy filing by a Canadian yogurt tycoon back in April, and now they’re getting some help from e-commerce giant eBay. According to a press release, the struggling retailer is partnering with eBay on a an online shop hosted by the auction site.
Wondering why those awesome canvas tote bags eBay and the CFDA partnered on are already sold out? It’s because each of the 50 designer-edition totes was one-of-a-kind. So at $150 a pop, the collaboration has netted a whopping $7,500 for the CFDA’s fight against counterfeiting.
Catwalk Justice is our weekly column on the week in fashion law, courtesy Charles Colman of Charles Colman Law, PLLC and LAW OF FASHION. This week we learn that you can, in fact, fake fashion, how to get your expensive engagement ring back and how many lawyers it takes to keep Lindsay Lohan out of trouble.
Designer knockoffs just ain’t what they used to be. In fact, they’re much, much better than the old fakes — and they’re being sold online at high prices.
This is either the most ingenious viral marketing campaign ever devised ever, or a bout of really fortuitous timing. A couple in an English town called Taunton have found a jelly bean that looks so much like Kate Middleton, they think they can sell it on eBay for £500.
The dresses with the most votes in Derek Lam‘s crowd-curated diffusion collection for eBay are going to production. And as we predicted back in [month], other than their novelty for being part of the first group of designer clothes the Internet has voted into salability, the clothes are a touch boring.
Derek Lam‘s first collection for eBay will be the first diffusion line that asks shoppers to select which designs will actually make it to the point of sale.