#ICYMI: News YOU Should KNOW This Week

1. If you’ve been following fashion religiously, you’ll definitely be acquainted with the cult of Alexander McQueen and his enormous contribution to fashion in 20 short years. After a series of books post his death, a McQueen biopic is in the works to be directed by Andrew Haigh. — [WWD]

2. This London-based brand that’s quickly become a celebrity favourite worldwide is now launching wedding dresses for the “untraditional” bride. That too at a rather reasonable price! — [Telegraph Fashion]

3. After over 30 years as the creative director for Vogue US, Grace Coddington is stepping down from her role. Here’s why. — [Business Of Fashion]

4. This major popstar has launched a new clothing line but there’s a catch if you want a piece of the collection! — [Marie Claire UK]

5. If you haven’t kept up with the Kardashians, we’ll help you with it. Kendall and Kylie have unveiled a contemporary clothing line in  collaboration with a California-based retailer and it’s so 70s chic. — [WWD]

6. This all American label’s new Spring Summer campaign will have you dreaming of your next beach vacation. — [Hauterfly]

7. Gwyneth Paltrow has partnered with Juice Beauty to launch a range of Goop skincare products made of organic ingredients. — [Vogue]

8. Have you been waiting to own your first designer Apple watch? The wait is now over as this French luxury brand’s Apple watch is now available online. — [Fashionista]

9. After Behati Prinsloo, this stunning supermodel has landed a collaboration with Tommy Hilfiger. — [Marie Claire UK]

10. Our favourite high street brand has launched an affordable beauty line, and it is eco-friendly. — [Nylon]

11. Here’s every beauty junkie’s dream come true. After hitting the Delhi market, this beauty retailer is finally making its way to Mumbai. — [Hauterfly]

12. In a collaboration with contemporary British brand Needle & Thread, this pioneering luxury e-tailer has launched an affordable bridal line. — [StyleCaster]

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