Alexander Wang's entire collection for H&M, out November 6, has finally surfaced in a new lookbook. Expect activewear with a high-end twist—a sure-to-be hit amidst the athleisure trend taking over. [Fashion Gone Rogue]
Next spring, Toms will expand its one-for-one platform to a new line of bags. For every bag sold, a birth kit will go to a mother and child in need. Our Style Editor got a preview this week and can guarantee Toms' new designs will be at the top of your list. [WWD]
In search of a new coffee table book? Coco Rocha is the star of a photography tome, Study of Pose, which features 1,000 artistic black-and-white captures of her poses, photography by Steven Sebring and a foreword from Jean Paul Gaultier. Mark your calendars for October 28. [Bustle]
In one of the more strange announcements out of the industry, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is apparently opening stores in India to sell WikiLeaks-branded apparel, stationery and accessories. This certainly wouldn't be the first time politics and fashion mixed. [The Washington Post]
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If you're not a fan of traditional wedding gowns better fit for a Disney princess, then you'll fall for Stone Fox Bride and Honor's new bridal collaboration. The seven styles merge bohemia with prim and proper '50s fashion, and include separates you can keep wearing after the big day. [Vogue]
Your favorite Teva sandals can now last through fall. In a new video, celebrity stylist Elizabeth Stewart demonstrates how to pair socks with sandals and make it work with the rest of your outfit. If you're still apprehensive about the tricky look, know that she's styled Julia Roberts and Sandra Bullock, so you're in good hands.