Why Fashion Week Might Soon Be Totally Different

Erin Fitzpatrick

Changes in store: Given today's need-it-now culture, the fact that runway shows still feature clothes that won't be available for six months is surprising to some. But perhaps it won't be that way for long. According to Fashionista, The Council of Fashion Designers of America is working with a consulting firm to reevaluate the format and  "create an in-depth analysis and road map for the future of fashion week." Fashionista says smaller presentations may be geared towards industry players, while runway shows could be more open to consumers. The study will span six weeks and will begin early next year. Only time will tell what will become of fashion week's future. [Fashionista]

Party dressing 101: Topshop unveiled a new feature dedicated to holiday party dressing. The retailer's top tips? A faux fur stole can up the glamour of any look, and a sparkly skirt is the perfect alternative to a frock. Shop the pieces here. [Topshop]

Katy Perry collab: Didn't think you needed a Katy Perry-designed onesie in your life? Well turns out, you do. The singer worked with the brand Beloved on a line of holiday-themed clothes that are the perfect gift for the kid in your life. Shop the pieces here. [Beloved]

Just what we need: Looking forward to some R&R this holiday season? MyDomaine rounded up the perfect reading list to give your mind a break from the 9-to-5 grind. From classics like One Hundred Years of Solitude to new hits like The Girl on the Train, this list has something for everyone. [MyDomaine]

Hair savior: If you haven't experienced the life-saving magic of a dry shampoo, it's high time you buy one. If you're in the market for one, look no further than Living Proof's Perfect Hair Day Dry Shampoo, which Sephora revealed is its top-selling dry shampoo. [Byrdie

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