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Ashley Graham Collaborates With Formula X on Nail Polish [Pret-a-Reporter inbox]
As part of its #ColorCurators series, Formula X nail polish has tapped Ashley Graham to create three new bright hues. In keeping with Graham’s body-positive message, the colors are named “Sexy as Hell” (a pinky red), “36DDD” (a peachy coral) and “#BeautyBeyondSize” (a bright magenta). The limited-edition colors are available in Sephora stores and online.
Century 21 Is Coming to Santa Monica [LAist]
Pop-up concept store WithMe is moving into the space formerly occupied by Kitson at the Third Street Promenade in Santa Monica. WithMe is a new, high-tech pop-up venture that will host popular stores for one to three months, starting with Century 21 on May 26. The New York-based department store, which offers luxury goods at discounted prices, will occupy WithMe for six weeks. Some of WithMe’s high-tech perks include “reactable” fixtures that offer outfit-pairing suggestions and product details.
Forever 21 Launches In-Store Credit, Rewards Program [WWD]
In collaboration with Alliance Data Systems Corp., Forever 21 is launching a new in-store credit and loyalty program. In addition to providing an incentive for repeat customers, the service is geared toward helping the fast-fashion juggernaut better understand the purchasing patterns of its shoppers. The company states that the program also will be instrumental in helping grow its mobile and digital audience.
Peter Copping Absent From Oscar de la Renta’s Australian Fashion Week Showing [Fashionista]
In late April, it was reported that Oscar de la Renta would show a special summer capsule collection during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week: Australia — a big get for the country and its up-and-coming fashion scene. However, during today’s presentation, creative director Peter Copping was noticeably absent. Turns out the in-demand designer had to stay behind in New York in order to show his resort 2017 collection.
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