"Our Covent Garden space was a nine month pop-up store that helped us successfully launch the Lucy in Disguise concept and this current move was always part of our plan. Lucy in Disguise is pleased to announce we have a new store. As we develop this exciting new space on 48 Lexington Street which will open in August, we are able to welcome our customers to our pop-up store just around the corner at 3 Lowndes Court."
And just in case anyone wants to say otherwise, Lily tweeted this lovely little message:
"If any other publication wants to write deliberately misleading articles about Lucy in Disguise , feel free, I WILL sue you."
On Wednesday night, Lily Allen and her sister Sarah Owen debuted their new Lucy In Disguise ready to wear collection at Harvey Nichols department store.
Like their store of the same name, Lily and Sarah's LID collection is all vintage-inspired. Her sister told Teen Vogue earlier this year their vintage finds for the store was their inspiration:
"Through months of buying for the shop, we came across so many 'if-only' pieces. If only this was in a nicer material, or if only this had an embellishment here. We saw so many things that were nearly on the money, and we thought that with a bit of updating and tweaking, we could create the perfect vintage-inspired outfit. That, and we came across some things that were so brilliant, it was a shame to have only one of them in one size."
But just because they're "vintage-inspired" doesn't mean they're cheap. Bold print dresses start in the mid $200s.
In a sit down interview with George Stephanopoulos, Darren Wilson opened up about his side of the story, and described his fateful altercation with Michael Brown.
In the ABC World News sit down, Darren not only claimed that Michael Brown grabbed his gun, Darren also alleged that Michael later charged him while one of Michael's hands was concealed inside a pocket.
All in all, Darren stated that he would not do anything differently in how he handled the situation.