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The Weeknd Is Collaborating With H&M, Will Model Collection [H&M]
The Weeknd is slowly taking over the fashion world. In addition to his Starboy pop-up shops coming up this weekend, as well as his gig with Puma, the singer just announced that he’s also starring in H&M’s Spring Icons campaign and collaborating with the brand for a collection with his XO apparel line. The collection and campaign will hit stores on March 2.
Lottie Moss Is Now a Topshop Muse [Instagram]
Lottie Moss is following in big sister Kate’s footsteps as one of the newest faces of Topshop’s holiday campaign. The 18-year-old stars alongside eight other models, including Stella Maxwell, for the British brand’s festive ads, photographed by Giampaolo Sguro. We imagine it’s only a matter of time before the youngest Moss (who was recently named an accessories ambassador for Bulgari) has a Topshop collection of her own.
Lawsuit Against Wen Haircare Moves Forward [The Cut]
The $26.25 million lawsuit against noted hairstylist Chaz Dean’s haircare line, Wen (distributed by Guthy-Renker), has been given preliminary approval by a federal judge in Los Angeles to move forward. The suit was filed after several users claimed that the brand’s Cleansing Conditioner was causing scalp irritation and hair loss. If the suit is also approved by a district judge, Wen could be liable to pay $25 to every customer who purchased the product, and up to $20,000 to customers who experienced an adverse reaction. Wen and Guthy-Renker continue to dispute the claim that the product is unsafe.
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