| Gucci going into education, the wool controversy, Deciem lip plumping and Kirsten Dunst's latest film.
This week we've been covering the best shows from Paris and Milan, including Dior, MSGM, Prada and Moschino. But what have we been reading this week?
Gucci and Polimoda to Launch Joint Masters in Retail Management
Polimoda, one of Italy’s most prestigious fashion schools, is introducing a fashion retail management masters degree in partnership with Gucci. The nine-month course, which launches in April 2018, will cover retail management, finance, merchandising and marketing and be taught, in part, by Gucci managers, who will guest lecture. The Italian fashion house, which is owned by the French conglomerate Kering, will also offer select graduates internships or job opportunities within the Kering network. From the Business of Fashion -
Forget fur – is it time to stop wearing wool?
Animal rights charity Peta is best known for its naked anti-fur stunts, but these days it is more worried about wool. While anti-fur protesters were busy mobbing London fashion week earlier this month, Ingrid Newkirk, the co-founder and president of Peta, was otherwise engaged in Israel, leading a 30,000 strong march through the streets against live export of sheep. From The Guardian -
Cult skincare brand Deciem launches lip-plumping products
These Just-Launched Lip Products From Deciem in collaboration with Dr Esho Will Give You The Perfect Pout. If you're still on a quest to find the perfect lip product that will make your lips look their most luscious and full yet still natural, your search may be over, thanks to a new launch from cult beauty brand Deciem, available from today. From Refinery 29 -
The sisters behind Rodarte launch their first film, Woodshock, starring Kirsten Dunst.
The clothing found in Dunst’s new film, Woodshock, won’t inspire legions of imitators, but it’s already a moment in fashion history. It was written and directed by Laura and Kate Mulleavy, the sisters behind the cult clothing label Rodarte, an object of obsession for many of the same people who love those Coppola movies. Woodshock, out today, centers on Theresa, a woman who works in a medical marijuana dispensary in California, and helps her mother die via some unnamed drug. Theresa is thrown into a world of grief and isolation; she does a lot of hallucinogens and wanders the redwood forest. From Racked -