#ICYMI: harmless perfume, hijab-wearing CoverGirl and the American fashion industry on their new president
In Case You Missed It keeps you up to date with news at the intersection of style and sustainability.
Addressing the overlooked transparency issues in the fragrance industry, actress-gone-conscious living guru Gwyneth Paltrow has launched her own sophisticated and completely un-harmful range of perfumes and scents. (Ecouterre)
Sustainable style heroes Reformation have teamed up with Net-A-Porter in the launch of their latest party wear collection. The brand’s signature, ethically sourced festive dresses and playsuits can now be bagged globally. (British Vogue)
With Trump turbulently elected as the 45th president of the United States, BoF gathered the response from key American fashion industry players on how the begrudged president-elect will affect fashion’s future in the US and beyond. (Business of Fashion)
Singer and style icon Beth Ditto has just unveiled her second attempt to redefine plus size fashion, an 11-piece collection of statement dresses, coats and denims which are all about enhancing and celebrating curves rather than “flattering” them. (NYLON)
Following the endorsement of their first male ambassador, American beauty giant CoverGirl Cosmetics has just announced hijab-wearing 24-year-old Nura Afia as their next CoverGirl, in an attempt to widen the definition of mainstream beauty. (New York Times)
In Case You Missed It is a regular feature helping you keep up to date with news and events at the intersection of style and sustainability.
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