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Rihanna Debuts Fenty Beauty Birthday Product [Refinery29]
In celebration of her 30th birthday, RiRi pulled out more stops (if that’s possible) by launching a limited-edition “Dirty Thirty” version of her Fenty Beauty Killawatt highlighting powder in the best-selling golden Trophy Wife tone; available for $34 at fentybeauty.com.
U.K. Fashion Brand’s New Mannequins Have Stretch Marks, Wear Hijabs [Buzzfeed]
As part of a continuing #MakeYourMark campaign for inclusive advertising, the British brand Missguided has created mannequins with realistic details such as stretch marks, freckles and vitiligo in a range of ethnicities. Some also wear hijabs, the head covering worn in public by some Muslim women. In December, the label launched a campaign that used un-retouched photos of diverse models with visible stretch marks.
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Kith Opens Los Angeles Flagship [Pret-a-Reporter Inbox]
During the recent NBA All-Star Weekend, LeBron James made a stop at the just-opened 3,500-square-foot West Hollywood flagship of upscale streetwear brand Kith to celebrate his collaborative Kith x Nike Lebron footwear and apparel line for the company. The store, located at 8500 W. Sunset Blvd., features an exterior gallery of murals by a rotating lineup of artists. Inside, customers are greeted by a display of 200 plaster casts of the Air Jordan 6, a retail area showcasing men’s, women’s and children’s apparel and footwear by Kith and other brands, and (drum roll) a Kith Treats cereal bar.
Jordan Peele, Luca Guadagnino & Greta Gerwig Create Fashion Portfolios for W Magazine [W]
W magazine called upon Call Me by Your Name director Luca Guadagnino, Get Out helmer Jordan Peele and Lady Bird director Greta Gerwig to create covers and fashion portfolios starring their favorite women for the latest issue.
Inspired by the eerie atmosphere and cinematic quality of the spring collections, and the narrative that film can bring to fashion (and vice versa), we asked three directors of Oscar-nominated films —Jordan Peele, Greta Gerwig and Luca Guadagnino—to create fashion portfolios starring a strong, conversation-changing woman of their choice. Though these filmmakers have dramatically different interests, they are, in our opinion, the most innovative talents right now. – W magazine Vol. 2, 2018 Visit the link in bio to see more.
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