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Fashion creative Raf Simons has just been named the new Chief Creative Officer of Calvin Klein, to nobody's surprise. Although many favored Raf for the position, it was not officially announced until this week, because of Raf's non-compete clause with Dior. 


Raf's first stylistic choices will appear in the 2017 lines, so we'll have to wait to see what direction he takes the brand! For now, sate your appetite with these classic Calvin Klein faves!

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Burberry's chief executive Christopher Bailey is stepping down from the post. Burberry was the first fashion house to allow one person to hold both the Chief Executive and Creative Director positions at once. 

Marco Gobbetti will become the chief executive of Burberry next year- he's currently the chairman and chief executive of Celine. This change comes in light of the decision made by Burberry's shareholders who felt that Bailey needed to concentrate more on the creative direction of the brand. 

Chairman John Peace commented that "The review that he has led into our ways of working is the blueprint for the next phase of Burberry's evolution. In order to maximise our ability to successfully implement these plans, Christopher identified the need for a new chief executive for the business who could partner with him as we execute on the new strategies and I am excited to see what they will do together".

What is the future of Burberry looking like? In May this year the company reported a 10% drop in annual profit, which may be linked to the number of radical changes that have been made in the last year. For instance, the brand has unified their runway and retail collections into two annual runway events. This means that 'seasonless' collections are available to buy immediately after the show. 

Moreover, Brexit may influence Burberry's future, Bailey spoke on the matter saying "It certainly was not the result that we were looking for at all. Having said that we do now need to make the best of it" adding "We do trade globally as a business, we operate in all countries around the world, and of course we expect some change". 

Bailey has arguably led the brand into the 21st century, making it a digitally savvy company which has managed to retain its appreciate of old-fashioned craft. We're excited to see what will happen next for the brand, all we know for certain is that Burberry is in safe hands with Bailey and Gobbetti...

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We finally find out the name of Dior's new creative director!


Maria Grazia Chiuri will assume the role in July, following the departure of Raf Simons in October 2015 (took their time deciding, didn't they?!). Maria Grazia Chiuri alongside Pierpaolo Piccoli took over Valentino in 2007 after Valentino Garavani retired. The duo have been praised for their work, which has been met by much critical acclaim! 

Maria it seems is now going it alone! Although Dior haven't officially released a statement over her appointment it is looking pretty set in stone. We're excited to see what she creates at Dior and for a female to take the role of creative director, a first for this fashion house!

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In January, there were rumours that Hedi Slimane, creative director of YSL would be leaving the fashion house. The brand denied this but last week it'd transpired that Slimane's contract had expired and he had indeed left his role. Today, Anthony Vaccarello of Versus Versace takes the helm!

President and CEO of YSL Francesca Belletini said in a statement of Anthony: "His modern, pure aesthetic is the perfect fit for the maison. Anthony Vaccarello impeccably balances elements of provocative femininity and sharp masculinity in his silhouettes. 

"He is the natural choice to express the essence of Yves Saint Laurent. I am enthusiastic about embarking on a new era with Anthony Vaccarello, and together bringing the maison further success."

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Rumours that Saint Laurent creative director Hedi Slimane would be leaving the fashion house surfaced earlier this year but were denied by holding company Kering. Today however, a statement from Kering's Chariman and CEO Francois-Henri Pinault claims otherwise.

"What Yves Saint Laurent has achieved over the past four years represents a unique history of the house," Pinault said. "I am very grateful to Hedi Slimane, and the whole Yves Saint Laurent team, for having set the path that the house has successfully embraced, and which will grant longevity to this legendary brand."

"I would like to thank Hedi Slimane very much for his vision in reforming such an iconic House such as Yves Saint Laurent. The direction that has been taken over the last four years represents an incredible foundation for the Brand to build on for its continuous success."

Slimane's successor has been widely rumoured to be none other than Versus Versace creative director Anthony Vaccarello. WWD reports news of his appointment could come as early as May so that he will take the helm for the SS17 collection which shows in October.

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Over the past few days, reputable media outlets such as WWD and Hollywood Reporter claimed haute couture designer Bouchra Jarrar was rumoured to be negotiating with Lanvin regarding Alber Elbaz's old role.

Today, the French fashion house finally revealed that Jarrar is in fact joining them as its new Artistic Director, with her debut collection for the brand to hit the SS17 runway. 

Lanvin' CEO Michele Huiban said of Jarrar in a statement today: "Her timeless style is keeping with the style and values of our company. Her talent, her high standards and her mastery of cuts and fabrics will bring a breath of freshness and modernity into the house while respecting its soul as the oldest Paris couture house, a symbol of French elegance."

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Mulberry are all set to make a splash this season at LFW, with the much anticipated first collection from former Céline man, Johnny Coca. 


After two years of bring in what we can only describe as 'the fashion wilderness', Mulberry are ready to turn things around and appointing Coca last year was a massive step in the right direction.

Here’s five reasons why he's the one to watch at London Fashion Week...

1. He’s the man responsible for Céline’s most successful bags and we ALL know how good they are! 

2. He’s from Spain but totally gets Britishness, so we’re sure Mulberry is in good hands. (They can't get any worse after the past few years can they?)

3. He’s inspired by architecture and colour, as well as contrast and rebellion - all really great starting points for handbags and accessories. 

4. He says he wants to “push the limits and challenge convention, while respecting the rules of Mulberry”, so we’re expecting new and exciting designs that still retain that quintessential Mulberry style. 

5. He’s known for being an expert at leather goods, which is what Mulberry nails each and every time. 

WATCH the video above for more on the main man at Mulberry.

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Following rumours that were circulating last week suggesting that Phoebe Philo was preparing to leave her post as Creative Director at Céline, the company has reportedly denied these claims. 


Where there's smoke there's fire but perhaps not in Phoebe's case! Celine are eager to quash any talk of their beloved Creative Director leaving...

According to WWD, the company sent out an internal memo acknowledging that the reports were based on “rumours, not truths”, and that the company and the designer “are more motivated and committed than ever to their partnership and will continue to create beautiful products”. 

Since joining the company in 2008, Philo has been credited with transforming Céline into the respected and celebrated brand it is today.

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Only last week, the announcement came that Karl Lagerfeld will be showing Chanel's pre SS17 line in Cuba. This week, the self dubbed "fashion phenomenon" has been announced as the recipient of the Outstanding Achievement Award at this year's British Fashion Awards.

The 82-year-old creative director's fashion career has spanned over 50 years; Karl has spearheaded Fendi, Chloe, of course, Chanel.

"Karl Lagerfeld defines outstanding," says Natalie Massenet, Chairman of the British Fashion Council. "He is the champion of excellence, the master of the exceptional and one of the most iconic figures globally from our industry.

"His life's work for his own and so many extraordinary brands has written the language of fashion. He is the ultimate visionary and we celebrate not only the decades already passed but those yet to happen In Karl's hands the future of fashion will be an exceptional one." 

The awards ceremony will be on Monday 23rd at the The Coliseum, London.

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Alexander Wang, the creative director of Balenciaga, one of the most influential forces in fashion and a major player in the luxury goods industry, is rumoured to be finishing his role after completing the forthcoming SS16 collection set to be shown this October in Paris. Does this pose a threat to Kering, the conglomerate that operates Balenciaga?


Alexander Wang is a central role model for the house of Balenciaga - known for his edgy fashion, streetwise twist and high-impact fashion shows. The creative director has been a main asset to Balenciaga. With CEO Isabelle Guichot reporting an acceleration of double-digit growth in ‘almost all categories’ within the last year. 

The San Francisco star, some would say, is the face of Balenciaga, so a serious threat could be in store for the household name if Wang decides to separate from the luxurious brand.

Yet this doesn’t mean the end to Alexander Wang, with over 15 stores worldwide with men’s and women’s categories, offering ready-to-wear and accessories and past collaborations with H&M. Noted for his amazingly talented “Off duty model” looks with sharp lines, groovy t-shirts and studded handbags.

Perhaps the Kering group will bring Wang under their roof as a independent designer? Yet although all allegations are yet to be confirmed of Wang’s departure. 

There is no doubt we will not being seeing a lot more of Wang; named as one of fashion’s greatest sensations so far of this century.

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As the new Creative Director of Puma, and the brand's global ambassador for women's fitness, Rihanna has a lot on her plate, with the spotlight all on her.


On Wednesday the brand revealed their first advertisement with the 27-year-old singer, the shot shows her sporting a pair of the brand’s new Pulse XT sneakers in an effortlessly powerful pose.

The songstress displays her infamously toned abs in the black and white photo, something we are ALL jealous of.

Keeping up the brands consistency, this week Riri was spotted representing the company again. 

She channelled a cool sports luxe look with a Puma Tee and graphic cape, as she touched down in Los Angeles on Tuesday evening, following her Hawaiian vacation- flying never looked so stylish.

Shop the queen of cool's look below!

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