On the road: After hosting over-the-top runway shows in New York and Los Angeles the past two seasons, the Tommy x Gigi collaboration has now set its sights on a new city. Per Pret-a-Reporter, the next runway show will be held in London on September 19, at the tail end of London Fashion Week. "We look forward to celebrating the rebellious spirit and star-studded glamour of rock-and-roll in London for fall 2017," Hilfiger said in a statement. Can't wait!
Reading list: British novelist Plum Sykes (who penned the New York Times best seller Bergdorf Blondes) is back at it again with a brand-new book: Party Girls Die in Pearls. With Vogue's stamp of approval, don't be surprised if you see the murder mystery on every fashion girl's bookshelf.
Talk it out: Mark your calendars: Stockholm Fashion Tech Talks will be held on June 7 in the Swedish capital. The open-to-the-public event will include lectures and discussions on the intersection of fashion and tech, including topics like artificial intelligence and wearable technology. The event has a strong lineup of speakers, including CEOs, creative directors, data scientists, and more. Find out more info and reserve your ticket online.
High-tech: Obsessed with Warby Parker? You'll love this news: The brand has created a new app that lets you renew your eyeglass prescription without making the trek to an optometrist's office. Genius. Get the scoop on how it works.
Just in: Get excited: ATM Anthony Thomas Melillo just launched its very first shoe line. The brand created two sneaker styles for both men and women, which come in cool materials like suede and metallic leather. You can shop ATM's new sneakers online.
Coming soon: This summer, fashion girl–favorite shoe brand M.Gemi will be launching a mobile pop-up shop inside a vintage gelato truck—how cute is that? Beginning with Boston on July 22, the pop-up will make stops over the course of eight weeks in different hot spots, including Martha's Vineyard and Montauk.