#ICYMI: Selfridges unveil their next sustainable fashion venture, Stefano Gabbana endorses Melania Trump and Vivienne Westwood wants you to switch to green energy
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Selfridges has just unveiled its next sustainable fashion venture, ‘Material World’ is a project emphasising the materials behind the product and promoting the brands leading the way in sustainable fabric development. (Dazed)
Dolce & Gabbana’s Instagram was flooded with negative comments after Stefano Gabbana posted a picture of Melania Trump wearing a Dolce & Gabbana dress tagged #DGwoman. (Refinery 29)
Evan Rachel Wood wore a Joseph Altuzarra suit to her 7th Golden Globe Awards in tribute to Marlene Dietrich and David Bowie; the actress wore it as a statement to show that you don’t have to wear a dress to look stunning. (Elle UK)
The latest addition to the beauty diversity sphere is Hari Nef, the face of L’Oréal’s True Match foundation and the first transgender model to be represented worldwide by IMG. (Yahoo! News)
Rebel Dame Vivienne Westwood held a joint MAN/Red Label show at London Fashion Week: Mens. As ever, her catwalk presentation had a political bent. Her message for AW17 was about making the switch to green energy (as a political act). (Dazed)
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