Gucci will stop using fur in future collections

Following in the footsteps of Calvin Klein, Ralph Lauren and Tommy Hilfiger, the Italian fashion house has announced that it will stop suing fur in their collections, starting with spring / summer 2018. Announcing the news on October 11, the move comes as part of Gucci’s new ten year Culture of Purpose sustainability plan. Signature […]

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Rihanna releases Fenty Beauty line

When the line was announced back in 2016 after Rihanna signed a deal with the Kendo division of LVMH (same company behind Marc Jacobs Beauty and Kat Von D Cosmetics), it feels like beauty addicts have been waiting ages for get their hands on Rihanna’s Fenty beauty line. The singer posted a glimpse of a highlight […]

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Lipsy plans to shut down website by early 2018

The British fashion retailer, is planning to shut down its online trading, by 2018 – but this doesn’t necessarily mean that the brand is struggling. According to Drapers, Lipsy will cease trading from its own website in January 2018. Founded in 2006, the brand, most well known for its party and evening wear, currently has 40 […]

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Gucci and Dior ban size zero models

LVMH and Kering, the fashion houses behind brands including Christian Dior and Gucci, have said they will stop using underweight models for their catwalk shows. LVMH said that female models ‘must be bigger than a French size 32’ – around a UK size six or US size zero. The firms also made it clear that they will not […]

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ASOS to launch own beauty line

  The beauty industry is one of the most competitive markets out there, with outrageous luxury products and beauty gurus constantly on the search for drug store dupes; it seems that every retailer now is trying o break in to the beauty business. Closely following in the footsteps on H&M and Primark, it’s now the […]

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H&M opens Arket store in Regent Street

  H&M opened its spinoff store, Arket, on Friday August 25 in Regent Street, London. But I know what you are all thinking; what and who is Arket? Arket is H&M’s new sister store, which reportedly took two and a half years in the making, and will hopefully pull the retailer into the high-end fashion industry. Speaking […]

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Polish retailer, Reserved, to open in Oxford Street

Reserved, which operates from more than 1600 stores in 18 countries, is opening its first UK store at the previous BHS site in Oxford Street. The retailer, which is part of the LPP Group, offers affordable fast fashion, trend-led pieces across men’s, women’s and children’s wear – from £5 for a T-shirt to £60 for a parka. […]

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Kate Moss is launching her own makeup palette

The 43-year-old British supermodel is no stranger to producing her own works of art with other retailers – from designing a collection for Topshop to previous beauty campaigns spanning over the last decade with Rimmel. Now, the mum of one, has joined forces with Decorte to create her very own palette rumoured to be inspired […]

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Primark announces sustainable cotton line

Primark is known for doing all sorts of collaborations and collections, from Harry Potter and Bridal limited edition lines, to designers dupes as well as makeup and hair styling ranges – now the budget retailer has just announced that they will be launching a sustainable cotton clothing line. The high street store have joined forces with Cotton Connect and the […]

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Teal and yellow colours are up 40%

According to social media site, Pinterest, the two colours you should be wearing for AW17 is teal and yellow as they have reportedly seen a 40% rise in popularity for the two colours. The photo saving site saw an increase in 40% in saves in the past year for colour-blocking fashion, with designers like Mulberry showcasing […]

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