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Grey Jason Wu
New York-based fashion designer Jason Wu is launching a new ‘sister’ label called Grey Jason Wu. The collection is inspired by his friends’ personal style.
“I often look to my friends for inspiration and I created this collection for women who look for beautifully made, well considered clothes that have a sense of whimsy and uncomplicated chic that suit their everyday lives.”
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Rihanna, who was named the creative director of Puma last year, will show her premier Puma by Rihanna collection at New York Fashion Week, on February 12, 2016 from 8 P.M. to 9 P.M. ET. The 27-year-old singer has been raising Puma’s profile lately, it’ll be exciting to see what she comes up with.

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Like many other brands, Giorgio Armani Beauty is celebrating the upcoming Year of the Monkey with a new palette “Chinese New Year”. The makeup case is decorated in the traditional colors of China, while inside, the outline of a monkey has been imprinted into the illuminating powder. The new palette will be sold mainly in Asian countries, but will be available as well as in selected retail outlets in the

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Swedish fashion house Acne Studios introduced their first line of bags. Crafted in supple, natural Italian leather, the range includes three models: Buckle jeans, Hero jeans and the Rope styles.

“For me a bag is more than an object, it’s a personaI thing. When I started looking at bags, the intention was not to do an ‘it-bag’, but to explore the world of bags and create different styles and characters. I really enjoy designing bags since it’s so sculptural, almost like creating a piece of art,” said Acne Creative Director, Jonny Johansson, in a statement.

Photo: Willy Vanderperre/Kering
Photo: Willy Vanderperre/Kering

Following the departure of Alexander Wang, Balenciaga has appointed Demna Gvasalia as the new creative director. The 34-year-old Georgian designer graduated from the Royal Academy of Fine Arts of Antwerp and is the founder of provocative Parisian label Vetements.

“I am very pleased to welcome Demna Gvasalia as the artistic director of Balenciaga’s collections. He has quickly emerged as the best choice for the new artistic direction of the maison. With his mastery of techniques, his expertise and fashion knowledge, in conjunction with his innovative and carefully considered approach, Demna Gvasalia adopts a unique vision of the designer’s role today and thus recalls Cristobal Balenciaga’s own vision. I am confident that he will succeed in embracing Balenciaga’s core values and developing them in harmony with today’s global changes.” – stated Isabelle Guichot, president and CEO of Balenciaga.