WEB ROUNDUP: WEINSTEIN TO REVIVE JAMES, DREXEL FASHION COLLECTION BANKS A MILLION, THE CHICEST 1920S PARTY

From Harvey Weinstein's big plan to revive one of the most iconic American fashion houses to the prettiest 1920s themed soiree, here is a round up of interesting reads that relate to the history of fashion that we found on the web this week. 

Image from www.vogue.com

Image from www.vogue.com

Movie mogul Harvey Weinstein sees major revenue potential in all this Charles James kerfuffle around the MET's grand exhibit on the late American designers work. Weinstein has formally announced that he and his wife, Georgina Champman head of fashion brand Marchesa, will revive Charles James. Read more here.

Drexel University's fashion collection has just been renamed The Robert and Penny Fox Costume Collection in honor of the $1 million dollar donation given by couple.  Find out what this huge donation really means for the institution here.

Who doesn't love a costume party! Recently, New York City's elite dressed up in 1920s style garb for the MAD museum's Young Patron Gala dubbed "Bring Back the Ball". See the slideshow of amazing styles here.