Samsung unveils Maison Kitsune-styled Galaxy Watch 4 and Galaxy Buds 2

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On the heels of releasing its Thom Browne-styled wearables, Samsung unveiled new Maison Kitsuné editions of the Galaxy Watch 4 and Galaxy Buds 2 on Wednesday, each featuring the music-meets-fashion label’s signature fox logo. The announcement came at a virtual Unpacked 2, where the company also revealed that it’s letting shoppers buy and customize their Galaxy Z Flip 3 phones for $1,100,

Samsung says the $250 Galaxy Buds 2 Maison Kitsuné Edition and the $400 Galaxy Watch 4 Maison Kitsuné Edition will both be sold in a new moonrock beige hue starting today. As usual, the company charges a premium for its products that are designed in collaboration with fancy fashion houses. Take the original Galaxy Watch 4, for example, which launched at $250.

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Zendaya crowned CFDA Fashion Awards Fashion Icon

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It comes as no surprise that Zendaya has just been chosen by the CFDA as the Fashion Icon for the organisation’s upcoming awards.

The actress, who has made a real name for herself on the red carpet over the past year, is being recognised for her contributions to the fashion industry.

Zendaya’s accolades include launching gender-fluid clothing collection Daya by Zendaya, in collaboration with Tommy Hilfiger, as well as becoming a spokesperson for Lancôme, Bulgari and Valentino.

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The star’s red carpet looks are some of the most talked-about ensembles of the year. Recently, thanks to the help of her stylist Law Roach, we have been treated to a vintage Versace gown that paid homage to Beyoncé, another vintage moment in a YSL look once owned by American businesswoman and trailblazer Eunice Johnson, a breathtaking Balmain look at the Venice Film

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5 fashion trends to look out for this fall

After a year of cozy sweats and athletic wear, fall fashion for 2021 is all about making a statement. Sponsored by Armoire

SEATTLE — Seattle’s Pioneer Square is home to the headquarters for the flourishing clothing rental company Armoire. It’s their job to track the trends and offer the latest and greatest to customers. 

 “This fall is all about going outside of your comfort zone and taking a risk. and wearing something a little bit special,” shared Katrina Taylor, head user experience and product design for Armoire.

She shared the 5 most popular fashion trends for fall:

1. THE DUSTER

“Some call it a kimono, but it’s a fabulous one piece item you can wear over anything. You can do it with slacks and a top. It’s effortless and it makes a statement. You can put it over anything!” said Taylor. Armoire recommends:

2.  SNAKESKIN PRINT 

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