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9 Aug

Rihanna Launches Savage x Fenty Maternity, UK Celebrity Stylists

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These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Wednesday.

Rihanna launches maternity collection
After practically reinventing maternity style, Rihanna has officially gotten into the maternity fashion business together with her first Savage x Fenty collection “for mothers and moms-to-be.” The capsule features three latest bralette styles and an oversized graphic tee; sizes range from XXS to 4X with prices between $35 and $60. You possibly can shop it here. {Vogue/paywalled}

UK celebrity stylists are unionizing — who’s next?
Celebrity stylists within the UK are unionizing to keep off against low wages, unfair working conditions and an overall lack of transparency within the industry. The Celebrity Stylist Union was founded by stylist Michael Miller, who has also created a framework for photographers, hair stylists, makeup artists and PR agents throughout the British fashion industry to unionize as well, Vogue Business author Maliha Shoaib reports. “We’re hoping the style industry will begin to reform,” says Miller. {Vogue Business/paywalled}

Farfetch may exit beauty 
It has been nearly a 12 months and a half since online retailer Farfetch launched Farfetch Beauty. With a lineup of over 100 different brands, things were looking promising. Nonetheless, there have been reports that the web retailer could also be shuttering this division on account of fierce competition between online players, Don-Alvin Adegeest writes for Fashion United. If true, Farfetch would follow within the footsteps of The RealReal, who also closed down beauty operations earlier this 12 months. {Fashion United}

Madewell names Adrienne Lazarus president
Adrienne Lazarus, a 30-year veteran of the retail industry, has been named president of Madewell. She’s going to report back to J.Crew Group CEO Libby Wadle, who had been overseeing each Madewell and J.Crew. Tasked with attracting a latest generation of Madewell customers, Lazarus may also have the challenge of adapting shopping patterns and sustaining business from loyal customers, WWD‘s David Moin writes. She’s going to oversee the entire retailer’s functions and can officially join the team in September. {WWD/paywalled}

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