FFD's Fashion News Round Up 01.10.17

In the last few days, we've been reviewing the best collections from Paris Fashion Week, including Dior, Yohji Yamamoto, Rick Owens, Chloé and Maison Margiela. But what else has been happening in the fashion and beauty industry? Here are the top headlines from around the web over the past week.

Naomi Campbell And Charlotte Tilbury Come Together For Lady Garden

  • The Lady Garden campaign's third collection of T-shirts has been co-designed and modelled by Naomi Campbell, Cara, Poppy and Chloe Delevingne, Suki Waterhouse and Charlotte Tilbury - brought together by the campaign’s founder, actress Mika Simmons, to raise awareness of gynaecological cancer, its symptoms and money for groundbreaking research into it. Story from Vogue -


  • Burberry Turns to Apple for Augmented-Reality Fashion App

  • As fashion retailers race to find new ways to engage with big spenders online, the trench-coat maker has added AR technology from Apple to its smartphone app. The augmented-reality feature interacts with users’ camera feeds to digitally redecorate their surroundings with Burberry-inspired drawings by the artist Danny Sangra. Story from Business of Fashion


  • MOMA Makes a List of Iconic Fashion Items for new exhibition

  • The new Items: Is Fashion Modern? exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Modern Art begins with a list calling out all hundred and eleven items in the show, chosen by the curators Paola Antonelli and Michelle Millar Fisher for their archetypal qualities. Story from The New Yorker


  • Perry Ellis rolls out Amazon Alexa styling service

  • Just a day after Amazon announced a slate of new voice-activated Echo products, menswear brand Perry Ellis is debuting an on-demand styling service using Alexa technology — a first in the fashion industry. Story from Glossy -


  • Pull & Bear unveils own-brand beauty

  • The collection, called “Hey Beauty!”, includes nail varnish, face masks, hand creams, eyeliners, eyeshadows and lip balms. All of the products in the range are made in Spain and Italy. Retail prices range from £3.99 for nail varnish to £7.99 for liquid eyeliner. Story from Drapers -


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    Ruth MacGilp, 20, UK. Fashion Communication Student and Fashion Blogger.
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