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  • Izzy Bizu becomes face of new Cacharel fragrance

    Izzy Bizu becomes face of new Cacharel fragrance

    British-Ethiopian singer-songwriter Izzy Bizu will front Cacharel’s next fragrance, Yes I Am, due out on Jan. 22. The 23-year-old’s debut album, “A Moment of Madness,” features her first hit, “White Tiger.” She’s toured with Coldplay and won numerous music awards. “Synonymous with youth and liberty...

  • Céline Dion Collection tops $10 million sales, eyes Asia growth

    Céline Dion Collection tops $10 million sales, eyes Asia growth

    It’s not yet been a full year since singing legend Céline Dion launched her eponymous bag and accessories line, but after an initial launch in North America, the brand is mapping out ambitions to cultivate the Asian market. Innee-Sedona International, the Asia partner for Bugatti Group which co-owns...

  • Wolk Morais' latest runway collection mines the Memphis Group by way of Melrose Avenue

    Wolk Morais' latest runway collection mines the Memphis Group by way of Melrose Avenue

    The latest runway collection from L.A.-based design duo Brian Wolk and Claude Morais, presented on the roof of the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel Wednesday night, continued the Wolk Morais label’s long-running love affair with Los Angeles, drawing inspiration from an L.A.-based artist as well as street...

  • Abercrombie offers unisex collection for children

    Abercrombie offers unisex collection for children

    Abercrombie Kids has unveiled its first unisex collection for spring. The gender-neutral line is called Everybody Collection, and is now available both in stores and online. The line, which features 25 styles, is comprised of tops, bottoms and accessories influenced by skate and streetwear cultures....

  • 5 standout fashion trends from pre-fall 2018

    5 standout fashion trends from pre-fall 2018

    Pre-fall has proven to be the never-ending season. Market begins in November and wraps the end of January. It’s a commercially important season with deliveries throughout summer, and collections range from casual daywear to evening attire and autumnal coats. But trends emerge as they always do,...

  • Stella McCartney on scents, responsibility and the relaunch of her Peony fragrance

    Stella McCartney on scents, responsibility and the relaunch of her Peony fragrance

    In the run-up to her autumn 2018 men's and women's presentation in L.A. on Jan. 16, the British designer chats about her relaunched fragrance, her dislike for factory-grown roses and what a future men's scent might smell like. (Hint: It involves a bass guitar.)

  • Kim Jones is leaving Louis Vuitton

    Kim Jones is leaving Louis Vuitton

    Kim Jones is to exit Louis Vuitton after showing his fall 2018 collection for the brand in Paris on Thursday, WWD has learned. Jones has been men’s artistic director of LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton’s flagship brand since 2011, parlaying his zest for exotic travel into ultraluxurious collections...

  • IMG Models signs Christian Combs, son of Sean 'Diddy' Combs

    IMG Models signs Christian Combs, son of Sean 'Diddy' Combs

    IMG Models has signed Christian Combs, hip-hop artist and son of Sean “Diddy” Combs and model Kim Porter, for worldwide representation. The 19-year-old Christian Combs has gained global recognition by performing under the stage name “King Combs” and through his CYN leadership role, where he oversees...

  • Anthony Delon seeks fashion renaissance with leather jacket line

    Anthony Delon seeks fashion renaissance with leather jacket line

    Anthony Delon is a great believer in second chances. The actor and son of French screen legend Alain Delon has had his share of tough breaks. A staple of French celebrity gossip magazines, he is ready to write a new chapter with the relaunch of his namesake line of leather jackets, which enjoyed...

  • Ariane Labed named the face of Chloé's new perfume

    Ariane Labed named the face of Chloé's new perfume

    Actress Ariane Labed has been named the face of the upcoming Chloé fragrance, due out in March. Labed, who was born and raised in Greece, began her film career in “Attenberg” in 2010. She then starred in movies such as “Before Midnight,” “Fidelio,” “L’Odyssée d’Alice,” “Assassin’s Creed” and “The...

  • Marchesa marches on after Harvey Weinstein scandal

    Marchesa marches on after Harvey Weinstein scandal

    Will Marchesa survive? That is just one of many interwoven sidebars to the huge, ongoing story of how the exposure of widespread workplace-related sexual misconduct will change the culture. In the big picture a small sidebar, yet one of major significance to Marchesa principals Georgina Chapman...

  • Influencer subculture: the Kim Kardashian lookalikes

    Influencer subculture: the Kim Kardashian lookalikes

    They are the ultimate followers. They go under the knife, get their cheeks sculpted, foreheads frozen, noses streamlined, necks and chins contoured, lips filled and apply makeup with a precision that leaves them nothing short of a Kim Kardashian facsimile. “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” has...

  • 2018 Costume Designers Guild Award nominees include 'Phantom Thread,' 'Lady Bird' and 'Wonder Woman'

    2018 Costume Designers Guild Award nominees include 'Phantom Thread,' 'Lady Bird' and 'Wonder Woman'

    Nominees were revealed Wednesday for the 20th Costume Designers Guild Awards (CDGA), celebrating excellence in film, television, and short-form costume design by members of the Costume Designers Guild Local #892. Produced by JumpLine, this year’s platinum anniversary CDGA gala will take place Feb....

  • Yolanda Hadid on ‘Making a Model’ and mother-daughter bonds

    Yolanda Hadid on ‘Making a Model’ and mother-daughter bonds

    Yolanda Hadid is returning to TV by “divine intervention.” The former “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star is tapping into her modeling past — and TV expertise — to host a new Lifetime show called “Making a Model.” Set in New York, where Hadid now lives, the series follows six aspiring models...

  • Gal Gadot on makeup, feminism and a cultural shift in Hollywood

    Gal Gadot on makeup, feminism and a cultural shift in Hollywood

    Does makeup have a place in feminism? If you ask “Wonder Woman” star Gal Gadot, the answer is, “definitely.” “Anything that makes you feel more confident more beautiful and better about yourself has to do with [feminism],” she said during an interview about her latest gig as a Revlon Global Ambassador....

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