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July 29 2014

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Simon Spurr Departs From His Label, More Details On Acne’s New Manhattan Outpost, TOMS Set To Launch A High-End Line, And More…

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Simon Spurr has left his post as creative director of his namesake label. Spurr, who co-founded the label with Judd Nydes in 2006, tells WWD that he’s “not at liberty to say anything about what’s going on” at the moment. [WWD]

Twenty-one of the biggest names in fashion, including Valentino and Balmain, have teamed up with online retailer Luisa Via Roma and UNICEF for the “Pug Dogs for Happy Kids” campaign to raise money for disadvantaged children in Bangladesh. The designers have created one-of-a-kind stuffed pug dogs that will be auctioned on eBay for the cause. [Grazia Daily]

As reported last week on Style.com, Acne is set to open a larger New York store later this spring. The 33 Greene Street 3,000-square-foot unit will open its doors in May, and the Swedish label’s first U.S. location at 10 Greene Street will close. [WWD]

TOMS has just announced it’s set to launch TOMS+, a high-end version of its canvas originals. The collection, $100 to $140, will incorporate more premium materials than the basic TOMS and is launching in the fall. [Racked]

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