Your weekly roundup highlighting news from around the web!
Alexander Wang available in Canada! As of July 1st Alexander Wang is expanding their online shopping experience to Canada! psst, get free shipping on $250+ for the first couple weeks. Yay!
Elizabeth and James bags. You can pre-order your Elizabeth and James bags thanks to Neiman Marcus. The line includes satchels, backpacks, wallets and more in Italian suede and leather, calf hair and landskin. Price range $135-$395 for small leather goods and $395-$625 for bags. [NM]
Missing Mssoni plan found. The small plane carrying Vittorio Missoni, Maurizia Castiglioni, Guido Foresti, Elda Scalvenzi, pilot Hernan Jose’ Marchan and co-pilot Juan Carlos Ferrer Milano that went missing off the coast of Venezuela on January 4th has been found. [huffington]
Coach Partners With Billy Reid on Capsule Line. The collection ranges from $250 to $800, but with a crocodile tote that retails for $20k. The collection will hit nine North American Coach flagship stores and will be available online this September. [shefinds]
Versace Fall 2013 advertising campaign is out, featuring a nude Kate Moss. Promoting the “Vunk” collection, which referenced the house’s punk signatures, Moss appears nude except for three strategically placed Vanitas bags. The campaign is “stripped back to the raw power of the clothes and models. There’s no set, no distraction, just the provocation, glamour and attitude of our fashion,” said Donatella Versace. [WWD]
Delphine Arnault leaves Dior for Louis Vuitton. This September, Delphine Arnault, Dior’s deputy general manager and daughter of LVMH CEO Bernard Arnault, will leave her position at the brand for an executive spot at Louis Vuitton. It is rumored that she will take over former Louis Vuitton Vice President Pietro Beccari’s responsibilities. [businessoffashion]
Coach taps Stuart Vevers as Creative Director. The winds of change are blowing at Coach Inc. The New York-based handbag and accessories maker has named Stuart Vevers, former creative director of Loewe, as its new executive creative [WSJ]
Mulberry Taps Cara Delevingne for Fall. The young British model features in Mulberry’s fall ad campaign, which was inspired by the English countryside — and the darkness that lurks there. [WWD]