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Here’s All the Fashion News You Missed This Week

Phoebe Philo exits Céline after 10 years

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Phoebe Philo, the designer responsible for heralding a new era of minimalist design at Céline, will be leaving the label she has spent the last 10 years at. According to WWD, she will not be moving to head a design team at any other label. Céline’s F/W 2018 collection, which will be presented in March, will be the last one designed by Philo. The pieces are sure to become collector’s items, so get your wallets ready accordingly. (WWD)

Supermodels from past and present pose for Versace’s spring 2018 campaign

After the epic supermodel reunion Versace held during its spring 2018 show last September, the supers are back to rep the fashion house, this time for the brand’s spring 2018 campaign. Photographed by Steven Meisel, the campaign features images of Naomi Campbell and Christy Turlington, as well as Gisele Bundchen and Cindy Crawford’s daughter, Kaia Gerber, in vintage-inspired pieces. (The Cut)

Tove Lo launches a jewelry line

Tove Lo can now add jewelry designer to her resume. The Swedish songstress has created a jewellery line in collaboration with close friend and designer of Leontine, Emilie Torling. The four-piece line includes a nose ring and an ear cuff, with everything named after lyrics from her Lady Woods albums (the ear cuff is called Fine As F*ck). The best part? It’s rather affordable, with pieces ranging from $25 to $79. (Vogue)

Kendrick Lamar reveals first look at Nike collaboration

After announcing a partnership with Nike in August, Kendrick Lamar has finally given fans a first look at his latest sneaker collaboration with the sportswear giant. The Cortez shoe pays tribute to the Grammy Award-winning rapper’s Kung-Fu Kenny alter ego with a red, white and black colour scheme and Chinese text embroidery which directly translates to “Supposed to Die” with the double entendre “Damn” (the name of his latest album). “DON’T TRIP” is emblazoned across the black laces for added interest. (High Snobiety)

Colette closes after 20 years

After 20 years, Colette has finally closed its doors. In an interview with Vogue, Sarah Andelman, the store’s founder and creative director, reflects on Colette’s success, impact and her family’s next steps. (Vogue)

 

And ICYMI…

Toronto Fashion Week and RE\SET fashion announce a partnership for February 2018, Nicola Formichetti leaves Diesel, Meghan Markle wears Canadian to the Queen’s Christmas lunch and sketches of Markle’s potential wedding dress leak.