- Canadian handbag company Matt & Nat is branching out into footwear.
- Giorgio Armani has agreed to stop using fur for all its products.
- H&M and the World Wildlife Fund are embarking on a five-year partnership to create a more responsible fashion industry.
- In other H&M news, the Swedish company is adding bridal wear to its Conscious Collection.
- In the meantime, ModCloth has also come out with a bridal collection.
- Earlier this month, Nike unveiled its first self-lacing sneaker.
- Here’s a look at the full Target x Marimekko collaboration which will launch on April, 17.
- Zara is now selling its first unisex collection, Ungendered.
- Fans of Ines de la Fressange can now shop at her very own atelier-boutique on the Paris Left Bank.
- Christian Louboutin just added a pointy toe ballet flat to its Nudes collection.
- According to Old Navy, wine, ketchup, coffee, juice, and other commonly spilled substances will wipe right off their new Mid-Rise Stay-White Rockstar Super Skinny jeans.
- Ted Baker and G-Star Raw are two of the brands who are making their sustainability scores public.
- Glamour is “entering into a multi-pronged partnership with Lane Bryant laser focused on courting the plus-size market and promoting a message of body positivity.”
- After months of speculation, Maison Yves Saint Laurent confirmed yesterday that creative and image director Hedi Slimane is leaving the company.
Fun Fashion Fact
Did you know that the Monnaie de Paris (the Paris Mint) has released an Yves Saint Laurent coin. The coins come in silver and gold, and also feature the designer’s iconic Mondrian dress and the Centre Pompidou. The Saint Laurent coin is meant to symbolize contemporary artistic France.