Wednesday, November 04, 2015

Cara Delevingne Poses as 'Suicide Squad' Character, Ariana Grande Named MAC's 2016 Viva Glam Spokesperson

Must Read: Cara Delevingne Poses as 'Suicide Squad' Character, Ariana Grande Named MAC's 2016 Viva Glam Spokesperson:

Ariana Grande for MAC. Photo: MAC 
Ariana Grande for MAC. Photo: MAC 
Ariana Grande is MAC'S 2016 Viva Glam spokespersonMove over, Miley. MAC Cosmetics has tapped Ariana Grande as the face of its 2016 Viva Glam campaign. The #Vivaglam Ariana Grande collection will be available in mid-January and consist of two items: a matte plum lipstick and shimmering pink Lipglass. {Fashionista Inbox}

Cara Delevingne channels Enchantress for Empire magazine

Cara Delevingne's latest magazine shoot may be her craziest yet. The model-turned-actress is dressed as her character Enchantress from the upcoming film "Suicide Squad" for the cover of Empire, blending her past and current careers. {Twitter}

Hearst to monetize Lena Dunham's newsletter

Less than a month after Lena Dunham and Jenni Konner launched Lenny, the newsletter for women has entered into a publishing relationship with Hearst. The massive publishing company will now hold exclusive rights to monetize content and to create custom programs for advertisers in the newsletter and on Lennyletter.com. It will also syndicate Lenny content across its existing web properties, like Cosmopolitan.com and Elle.com. {Fashionista Inbox}

Tory Burch doesn't want to go public

At Tuesday's WWD Apparel & Retail CEO Summit, designer Tory Burch stated that she wanted her company to remain private, a sentiment also shared by her co-CEO Roger Farah. Burch also stated that she didn't want the company to "grow just for growth's sake." {Business Insider}

Rihanna's go-to designer helps MasterCard turn wearables into payment devices

MasterCard is working on a new program that makes it possible for one to make payments with just about any device – including, thanks to a partnership with designer Adam Selman, an exclusive dress, gloves, earrings and sunglasses. The program will launch with the support of several partners, including designer Adam Selman. His wearable technology designs will be on display at the Money 20/20 conference in Las Vegas. If this is kind of hard to wrap your mind around, take a look at this video. {Fashionista Inbox}

Zady launches Zady Man

Two years after launching, ethically-minded e-commerce site Zady has expanded into menswear. It's starting with two thoughtfully-sourced essentials for dudes: an alpaca sweater and a crisp white button-down. {Zady}

Where is Angela Ahrendts?

Angela Ahrendts, Apple's senior vice president of retail and online stores, has played a much smaller, or less visible, role in the Apple Watch rollout than many expected. But if Apple is really trying to appeal to its fashion consumers, perhaps it's time for the company to put her front and center. {The New York Times}

Behati Prinsloo collaborates with Juicy Couture

Juicy Couture has been working to recapture the audience it once had and in its latest effort, the retailer will be teaming up with model Behati Prinsloo on a fashion capsule called Behati x Juicy Couture Black Label. {Fashionista Inbox}

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