Gilt to Sell Designer Target Items; Audrina Patridge Explains Wardrobe Policy on The Hills

Palermo's bib necklace.

• This Friday, Gilt Groupe will be selling three as-yet-unreleased Target collaborations: Mulberry for Target, Tucker for Target, and John Derian for Target. [Racked NY]

• Urban Outfitters Inc.’s earnings are up, and the company plans to open some accessories-only Anthropologie stores. They’re also thinking about opening a bridal salon in Texas, Nashville, or Chicago, and a Leifsdottir shop in New York. [WWD]

• Audrina Patridge explains why everyone on The Hills seemed to have never-ending wardrobes. “We were only allowed to wear things once for continuity. They’d take a picture and then I’d never be able to wear that outfit again.” [Mirror UK]

• Olivia Palermo designed a five-piece bib-necklace collection for Roberta Freymann, and her creations are now available online at Matches Fashion. The spendy baubles will set you back anywhere from $315.90 to $518.40. [Refinery 29]

• Merimekko has plans to open a New York showroom this September. [WWD]

• Kanye West wore a pair of tan leather shorts cut in the style of dad khakis. [Fashion Indie]

• Charlotte Russe stores are dividing their sales floors into themed, boutique-like spaces, with the goal of attracting older customers. [WWD]

Moschino designed the entire wardrobe for a new Peroni Nastro Azzurro short film called Senzo Tempo, or Timeless. [Vogue UK]

• UK denim company Wizard Jeans is making belly-controlling trousers for blokes. [Telegraph UK]