Mary-Kate Olsen and Ashley Olsen of The Row on the 2019 CFDA Style Awards. Picture: Taylor Hill/FilmMagicThese are the tales making headlines in trend on Friday.The Row is in monetary hassle Based on sources obtained by WWD, The Row is going through monetary hardships, layoffs and the potential closure of its menswear line. The job reductions adopted world Covid-19 lockdowns in addition to Barneys New York’s chapter final yr — court docket filings from which revealed that the model was owed $3.7 million in excellent money owed. Barneys was amongst The Row’s largest wholesale accounts and it has not made a main push to develop its personal e-commerce channels since, which some say is the rationale for its present woes. WWD Harlem’s Style Row re-opens functions for ICON 360 fund Earlier this yr, Harlem’s Style Row introduced the launch of ICON 360, a non-profit enterprise that goals to offer monetary aid to designers of shade who’ve been impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic. It has since donated $40,000 to designers in search of aid. On Friday, Harlem’s Style Row re-opened functions for the ICON 360 fund, which is able to choose 12 designers to obtain $5,000, 5 designers to obtain $25,000, 5 designers to obtain $50,000 and 5 designers to obtain $100,000. The winners will probably be introduced throughout New York Style Week in September. Designers can apply right here. Fashionista Inbox Did resellers actually purchase up all of the Telfar baggage? Telfar launched a batch of its democratically-priced totes earlier this week and the baggage bought out in seconds. Many are blaming resellers for scooping up the products so rapidly. Whereas they are not fallacious — some took to Twitter to boast about shopping for up stock and itemizing it for massively inflated costs on web sites like Grailed shortly afterwards — a rep from the model mentioned the web site crashed as a result of the demand was so excessive, so the stock would have bought out regardless. Dazed CFDA to launch Runway360 To coincide with NYFW in September, the CFDA will launch Runway360, a digital platform developed to assist American designers by bringing collectively each side of a group launch in a single place. The digital portal will incorporate key elements of the designer enterprise, from reveals to press and client activations, in an effort to showcase American trend expertise. There’ll even be a digital showroom powered by Nuorder. The 360-degree platform will function a everlasting fixture and essential vacation spot for shoppers, press, commerce and retailers from around the globe to discover and interact with American collections. Fashionista inbox Sofia Coppola spotlights footwear from Chanel’s 2020 Métiers D’Artwork assortment in new videoOn Friday, Chanel launched a 15-second video shot by Roman and Sofia Coppola of its two-tone pumps that made their debut on the label’s 2020 Métiers D’Artwork assortment. The video highlights the gold and black leather-based bow-embellished footwear on and off the runway. You’ll be able to watch the complete clip under. Fashionista inbox Tyler Mitchell on his debut images monograph Photographer Tyler Mitchell caught up with The New York Occasions to debate his debut monograph, “I Can Make You Really feel Good.” The ebook explores a physique of labor produced from 2016 to 2019, together with his September 2018 cowl shoot for Vogue starring Beyoncé. Within the interview, Mitchell shares his mission to current conversation-starting photos wherein the younger Black women and men round him “look dignified” and “are offered as a group.” The New York Occasions Coco & Breezy and American Categorical launch Black-owned enterprise curationEyewear model Coco & Breezy has teamed up with American Categorical to deliver 10 Black-owned small companies to Showfields, a New York Metropolis retail area that highlights impartial and predominantly digital manufacturers. The curation will open to the general public on July 24 and can showcase up-and-coming in addition to established manufacturers together with Alexandra Winbush, Ashya, Aziza, Base Butter, Edas Jewellery, Home of Aama, Kubra Kay Skincare, L’Enchanteur, Pholk and Coco & Breezy. Fashionista inbox Need the most recent trend trade information first? Join our day by day e-newsletter.