Day: October 4, 2021

Messika By Kate Moss Fashion Show, October 3rd 2021

Published: Oct. 4, 2021 at 8:00 AM EDT|Updated: 2 hours ago

Fashion Show, when High Jewelry celebrates fashion

PARIS, Oct. 4, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — The historic venue Ritz Paris hosted the meeting of Valérie Messika and Kate Moss, on Sunday, October 3, in its gardens – the first High Jewelry fashion show of the Messika house. This event marks the high point of the collaboration between the designer and the iconic top model.

Messika Paris Logo (PRNewsfoto/Messika)
Messika Paris Logo (PRNewsfoto/Messika)

For this unique fashion show, Valérie Messika and Kate Moss welcomed friends and celebrities who have marked the history of the house such as Cardi B – victorious in Messika Paris at the Grammy Awards 2019; Toni Garrn, wearing Messika at the Cannes Film Festival; and the enigmatic Tina Kunakey who has worn Messika on many red carpets.

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How Fashion and Beauty Brands Are Giving Back for Breast Cancer Awareness Month 2021

Fashion and beauty brands are focusing on their philanthropic efforts for Breast Cancer Awareness Month 2021, which started on Friday.

Brands like Amika, David Yurman, Jimmy Choo, Kendra Scott, Victoria’s Secret and more are releasing apparel and accessories collections to raise awareness and funds, teaming with organizations like the Breast Cancer Research Fund, Bright Pink, Look Good Feel Better and more.

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Several brands are continuing their long-term commitments to the cause. The Estée Lauder Cos., for one, is in its 29th year of its Breast Cancer Campaign and is releasing its collection of pink motif products across its diverse brand portfolio to benefit cancer research. Ralph Lauren is also in the 21st year of its Pink Pony initiative and is releasing a capsule collection that will benefit its Pink Pony Fund.

Here, WWD rounds up 21 fashion and beauty brands that are launching initiatives and releasing

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Fall’s Biggest Trends Have a Strong Back-to-School Energy

Class is in session.

Fashion week runways may have us thinking about what we’ll be wearing in six months, but it’s the street style happening right outside the shows that helps us understand the trends emerging in real time — i.e. the ones that will have an immediate impact on our wardrobes.

Maybe it’s because Spring 2022 was the first, big IRL New York Fashion Week since the pandemic began, but this season, the looks we spotted on show goers gave off a strong back-to-school energy, with the callbacks to uniforms, the strong penchant for loafers and very scholastic-feeling accessories.

As far as trends go, this one isn’t very trendy, in the sense that it’s not transient: The collegiate aesthetic has been around for a long time and primarily consists of true staples — pieces that will live in your wardrobe for a long time. Still, it comes and goes

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