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Fashion News Roundup: January 2018

A green initiative from J.Crew, a new creative director for Céline, more size-inclusive clothing at Target, and other news from the Fashion trenches this month.

  • Target is adding another, size-inclusive, clothing collection to its roster: Universal Thread sizes will run from 00 to 26W.
  • J.Crew is teaming up with Blue Jeans Go Green — an organization that recycles old denim into housing insulation for communities in need — to collect customers’ gently used jeans in stores and offer them a discount in return.
  • Here’s a first look at J.W. Anderson’s Spring 2018 collection for Uniqlo.
  • Uniqlo is also partnering with Finnish design company Marimekko for a special collection that will hit stores on March, 29th.
  • Hedi Slimane has been named the new creative director of Céline.
  • The H&M Group is launching a new affordable luxury brand: Nyden.
  • L’Oreal has created a thumbnail-sized UV sensor to help you monitor your sun exposure.
  • Madewell and J.Crew have expanded their jeans collections to include up to a size 35.

Fun Fashion Fact

American fashion Designer Tina Leser was part of a generation of pioneering sportswear designers and became known for her international style. In her collections she, for example, used Hawaiian palaka fabric and Guatemalan handwoven cloth. During the 1950s she designed cropped and harem pants before any other designers. And it is said she was also the first designer to make dresses from cashmere.

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Fashion News Roundup: January 2018


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