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Donna Karan suggests the fashion industry take a cue from Hollywood, and we're thankfully not talking about more celebrity fashion lines. Railing against ill-timed clothing deliveries and fashion shows, she recommends clothes actually be unveiled and shipped when people will want to wear them, instead of half a year in advance. In Hollywood, she said, "they hype a movie when it’s hitting the theaters. People get excited; they go see it." [WWD]