By an Alexander McQueen biopic in the works to H&M’s new Conscious beauty lineup, these are the top global fashion news reports of this week.
Alexander McQueen Biopic to Be Created
A biopic of the incredible life of designer, (Lee) Alexander McQueen is now in the works. The movie is set to be led at Andrew Haigh, that has worked on projects such as ’45 Years’ and ‘Weekend’. Playwright, Chris Urch will be delivering the script Damian Jones is said to be on board to make.
Although production isn’t anticipated to start until the end of 2016, it is very likely that the movie will pay for McQueen’s extraordinary gain in the fashion business and tragic death at age 40. McQueen grew up in London and began his career as an apprentice about the legendary Savile Row. He then attended Central Saint Martin’s prior to launching his own set. McQueen also functioned as head designer at luxury fashion label, Givenchy from 1996 to 2001. Though his life was filled with incredible accomplishments, it was filled with personal struggles which lead to his suicide in 2010.
View the Alexander McQueen menswear AW16 teaser movie featuring exclusive behind-the-scenes footage #LCM Film by @MashaVasyukova Link to film in bio
Hermes Apple Watch Hits Online Stores
The Hermes Apple watch is officially, and finally, available for purchase online. As of yesterday, there’s absolutely no need to visit an Apple store or Hermes boutique in a major city to buy your personal Hermes Apple watch. You can now purchase your very own luxury smart watch from the comfort of your home through Hermes.com or Apple.com.
The entire collection is available for online purchase including all 3 styles of luxury leather straps. Each style comes with its very own bespoke Hermes watch encounter. The Single Tour mode prices $1,700, the Double Tour costs $1,950, and the Cuff comes in at $2,350. Even though these styles debuted in stores last October, now that they’re more easily accessible they may begin gaining a greater following in the fashion world.
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Kendall + Kylie Label to Debut Only Days Ahead Of New York Fashion Week
Kendall and Kylie Jenner’s most up-to-date style design venture, Kendall + Kylie, is set to debut just days ahead of New York Fashion Week. Despite the secrecy and confusion over the facts, the brand’s first collection will not debut as part of NYFW. The party will take place on February 8. Whilst NYFW begins. With no runway or presentation, the event will just be a private celebration for your brand’s launch . Even though the sisters have collaborated with style labels previously, Kendall + Kylie is their very first range created on their own.
The very first collection launched for the newest will be Spring 2016 that will be released at the beginning of February. It’ll reflect the styles of the two sisters and be available through stores such as Neiman Marcus, Saks Fifth Avenue, Nordstrom, Lord & Taylor, Shopbop.com and Revolveclothing.com.
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H&M Launches Eco-Conscious Beauty Line
H&M has announced it’s incorporating a range of new eco-friendly beauty products to its own cosmetics line. Working together with H&M’s Conscious fashion line, the Conscious attractiveness variety will consist of skin care, haircare and beauty products. All of which were formulated together with the surroundings in mind. The line will operate as a means to promote sustainability to H&M’s huge market. Packaging of the new range has also been generated from recycled or recyclable materials.
“We offer you aware choices with our trend collections so it’s natural for us to have the identical offering within our beauty collection,” said H&M Beauty concept designer, Sara Wallander at a statement. “We are extremely pleased to now have the ability to give organic beauty to our customers.”
Smell as good as you look! #HM #HMBeauty
Taylor Swift’s Clothing Line Debuts in Hong Kong Fashion Week
Taylor Swift’s clothing line made its debut this week at Hong Kong Fashion Week. Made in cooperation with Heritage 66, the line has been formally released but is only available in China for now. The decision to first release in China is due to Taylor’s enormous fan-base from the nation as well as a saturation of Taylor Swift knock-off products which the new line expects to combat.
The launch consisted of a tiny runway-type show in the trade occasion. Her tunes played through speakers since the models strutted round the area although Taylor was not there herself. Crop shirts, graphic tees, mini dresses and jumpers printed with Taylor’s lyrics and name all made appearances in the scope.
All happy cause I got a brand new dress and also because Shanghai audiences are insane.