Luxury H&M

H&M is rumoured to be launching its first luxury brand. Rumours emerged after Swedish newspaper Dagens Industri reported that the high street chain is working on a new project, although nothing has been confirmed yet.
The brand has dabbled in the luxury market before, teaming up with labels including Lanvin,Versace and Marni, as well as launching its sustainable red carpet range - entitled the Exclusive Glamour Conscious Collection - which will land in stores on April 12. Michelle Williams has already shown her support for the line, wearing one of its monochrome floor-length gowns to the BAFTAs

LFW Freshman

Joseph will hold its first ever catwalk show at London Fashion Week this September, a spokesperson for the label told us this afternoon. The brand has previously only shown its new collections through presentation format.
Although few details are known concerning location or date, we do know the brand is planning something "very special".

Nasty angie

Angelina JOLIE is gearing up to play Sleeping Beauty villain Maleficent in a new film of the same name -  and the actress revealed that her children are even more excited than her about the prospect.
"It's a really great script. I'm having a lot of fun. I've already got my horns fitted. My kids are very happy," Jolie said. "We're still figuring out the look. We're experimenting with different things. But the horns are the horns - you can't deny them. You have to have horns."
And the actress is looking forward to showing a more human side to the character, reportedly opposite Elle Fanning as Princess Aurora.

The Rhinna Show

Henry Holland will co-host Rihanna's new fashion television show, alongside close friend Nicola Roberts. The pair will team up to search the UK for the country's next big design star. The final winner will have their work worn by Rihanna during her performance at London's Wireless Festival in July.

"I'm really excited about this new show," said Holland. "I think it's a great concept and a brilliant opportunity and platform for designers and stylists. A chance to work with Rihanna and some great mentors across the music and fashion industries is definitely something I wish I had been lucky enough to be able to do when I was starting out."

Wang Response

Alexander Wang has fought back against allegations from a group of former employees that he runs his New Yrok factory like a "sweatshop". Wang says the employee leading the complaint, Wenyu Lu, was actually dismissed for bullying his co-workers. 
"The claims regarding sweatshop conditions are completely untrue," an Alexander Wang spokesperson said "In reality, this case was filed by an individual who was let go by the company as a result of serious harassment issues. We stand by our decision to promote a safe workplace environment for all employees regardless of false claims that may be waged against us in retaliation."
The lawsuit was filed by a group of around 30 former employees in a Manhattan Federal Court last week, having been initially filed with the Supreme Court. Lawyers for Alexander Wang will have 20 days to reply to the complaint.

Kenneth cole collection

After the launch of its diffusion collection (925) two years ago in House of Fraser, Kenneth Cole is set to explore the opposite end of the spectrum when it unveils new label Kenneth Cole Collection this evening in New York. The range comprises both men's and womenswear with advanced fabrics and styling, plus higher price-tags to match, in celebration of the label's 30th birthday- a longstanding desire of Cole's. A life-size look book will introduce the new collection through eight video installations of models showing 24 individual looks - and it seems there will be a lot to fit in

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