Weekly High Lows: Fashion Week Live Streaming, Runway Falls


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Highs:
• More and more designers are live-streaming their New York Fashion Week shows, allowing anyone on the Internet a front row seat. (Mashable)

• And Marc Jacobs, arguably America’s biggest fashion designer right now, has decided to extend his streaming to Facebook, smartphones, and the iPad. (The High Low)

A model falls at Christian Siriano. Photo via The Cut

• Macy’s has tapped five fashion bloggers to style and merchandise its new pop-up shop, Bar III. (StyleFile)

• Despite horrific weather conditions that blanketed much of the Northeast with snow, January sales were solid thanks to online retail. (The High Low)

Lows:
• A woman died in Philadelphia after receiving body-enhancing silicone injections — most likely from an unlicensed doctor — in a hotel room. (PDN)

• Overly “fierce” heels felled several models at the Christian Siriano runway show yesterday (pictured). (The Cut)

• Groupon offended hundreds of thousands of viewers with its tone-deaf Super Bowl ads. (The High Low)