Chanel announces its location for the Métiers d’Art, and Hailey Bieber is sued. Find these stories and many more in the top international fashion news of the week.
Chanel will host the Métiers d’Art show in Dakar, Senegal
Chanel will host its 2023 Métiers D’Art in Dakar, Senegal. This parade is a must for the luxury brand, presenting its ready-to-wear and couture pieces, mainly representing its know-how and art. The 2023 show will take place in Dakar, showing “the artistic energy and cultural life of the city”.
Chanel’s previous Métiers d’art backdrops include Hamburg, Paris, Dallas and Mumbai. “By choosing Dakar, the house wishes to resonate the know-how of its crafts with the artistic and cultural energy of the city”, reads a press release from Chanel. The Métiers D’Art will take place on December 6th.
Hailey Bieber’s new skincare line is continued
Shortly after launching her Rhode skincare line, Hailey Bieber was sued. A fashion label, also named Rhode, is suing the model, claiming they are too similar and may confuse shoppers. For context, Hailey Bieber’s middle name is Rhode.
Fashion brand co-founders Purna Khatau and Phoebe Vickers launched the brand in 2014. According to the co-founders, Bieber attempted to acquire the brand name. “Hailey could choose any brand for her skincare line. We only have the Rhode brand name that we built,” the statement read. not sell our brand when she asked us four years ago, and why we are now asking her to rebrand her skincare line.”
BOSS collaborates with TikTok Star, Khaby
BOSS collaborates with global TikTok star Khaby Lame. He is the most followed TikTok influencer in the world, with 142 million followers on the platform. The collaboration with BOSS was launched on the first day of Milan Fashion Week. To celebrate the launch, BOSS hosted an event at Plastic nightclub with the #BeYourOwnBOSS team, including Anna Dello Russo, Ross Butler and more.
The exclusive collaboration includes a hoodie, t-shirt and varsity jacket. They come in an all-black color story, with leather details and the brand logo. There’s also a Khaby doll, which wearers can add to their hoodies. The collection will be available for sale in July.
Vogue.com appoints new executive director of creative fashion
Vogue.com has a new Executive Creative Fashion Director in Lisa Aiken. She will control Vogue’s core business strategy, overseeing the company’s revenue growth. She is one of the most prominent buyers in the industry, previously working with Neiman Marcus and Moda Operandi.
“I am very happy that Lisa is joining the Vogue team at such an exciting time,” Anna Wintour said of the appointment. “Our colleagues around the world are collaborating like never before and experiencing incredible digital growth. Lisa’s extensive experience in a luxury e-commerce space and building cross-platform teams. Her natural leadership has made her an exemplary choice for this role, and I look forward to seeing how she can further expand Vogue’s global footprint and pave the way for innovative partnerships.
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