Week In Review: Goop CEO steps down, Dior In Brooklyn & Net-a-Porter launches sportswear
Good news and bad news affected some key fashion leaders this week. As we head into the Easter weekend, read what the top news in the fashion industry was. Here’s the news roundup with the top five stories from this week.
Brooklyn Will Be Host to Dior Show
The cruise collections are rolling in and this week Dior revealed their next show would be taking place in Brooklyn. Following in the steps of Alexander Wang, the Dior Cruise collection will be showing at the same location. The show's scheduled for May 7th at the Brooklyn Navy Yard. (Fashionista)
Jourdan Dunn is New Face of Maybelline
Jourdan Dunn’s star is on the rise, and any budding supermodel knows a beauty contract usually cements your status as an“it” girl. Dunn was named the newest face for makeup brand Maybelline New York and ads are scheduled to be released this month. It’ll be interesting to see where Dunn’s career will go from here, it appears like exciting things are happening. (Fashion Times)
Goop CEO Steps Down
Things have not been going so well for Gwyneth Paltrow, first there was news her and husband Chris Martin were “consciously uncoupling” and now the CEO of Goop has decided to step down. Goop CEO, Seb Bishop, isn’t relocating with the site to Los Angeles and will instead stick around London. In the meantime, Paltrow will be looking for a new partner as she transitions Goop to the west side. (USA Today)
Gisele Bundchen Stars In H&M's Swim Campaign
The images of Gisele Bundchen posing for H&M’s swimwear line is giving us major summer lust. Bundchen looks stunning, as usual, in her campaign images and a new swim line is both affordable and trendy. We do not know about you, but we’re tempted to Book our next vacation and head to H&M for one of these cute bikinis. (Design Scene)
Net-a-Porter May Add Sportwear Department
Brands are jumping on board the sportswear trend and e-commerce site, Net-a-Porter is amongst them. The online retailer may soon add the department to the site and with brands like Tory Burch adding a sportswear collection to their line its most likely a good move. (Fashion United)
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