Today's Headlines

August 14, 2012 BY CAPSULESNEWS

Opening Ceremony just released the inaugural edition of its own print magazine, OC Annual. Print may be struggling at Conde Nast and Hearst, but it seems to be doing just fine everywhere else. [Hypebeast]

Paul Ryan is gaining friends in apparel brands and importers due to his pro-trade voting history, but the textile industry still has some concerns. Obviously. [WWD]

Mashable put together an infographic to determine your social media personality, or, really, what social media personality you wish you had. [Mashable]

Helen Gurley Brown died yesterday, at the age of 90. Brown helmed Cosmopolitan for 30 years, not to mention writing Sex and the Single Girl and coaxing a nation of women to admit that yeah, sex is great, and its okay to say that out loud. [WWD]

Banana Republic needs a little help on the fashion front, and who better to call in then Narciso Rodriguez himself. The designer will step in as the first fashion advisor that Banana Republic has ever had on August 20th. [WWD]

Apparently, musician Beck thinks we all need to work a little harder to enjoy his music. His new album, "Song Reader", is only available in the form of twenty pieces of unrecorded sheet music, so if you want to hear it, you have to make some noise all on your own. [HUH.]

PRO-ENDZ-AH SHOE-LURE. Complex rounded up the top ten brands that everyone should know how to pronounce correctly if they want to be taken seriously. [Complex]