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10 posts  |  Last entry Nov 25, 2019

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Clean beauty or tweakment in the beauty industry

Creating Tomorrow: clean beauty, tweakment, or both?

We fill our bathroom shelves with vegan, 'clean' beauty products, but think nothing of expensive 'tweakments' after work – how consumers are polarising the beauty industry.

Marie Claire magazine closure

Creating Tomorrow: why the middle ground is killing magazines

My take on the closure of my old stomping ground, Marie Claire.

WGSN discovers: Almaty Fashion Week, Kazakhstan

WGSN Editor Alice Gividen headed to Almaty, Kazakhstan for fresh insight on new trends within Central Asia, the designers to watch and the fashion consumer

Les Rêveries: Dressing the anti-dress girls

WGSN Trend Editors Alice Gividen and Polly Walters spoke to brand-to-watch Les Rêveries to talk new femininity, hi-low styling and modern romantics.

Alexis Mabille: A new era of occasionwear

WGSN Trend Editor Alice Gividen caught up with occassionwear designer Alexis Mabille in London, to talk a new era of femininity and formalwear.

Editor’s Pick: Jil Sander

This week's editor pick comes from Christa Kaufmann, WGSN catwalks editor, for whom the highlight was husband-and-wife duo, Luke and Lucie Meier. She notes how their vision for Jil Sander is leading the brand into the lucrative #OldCéline space.

Nods to nostaliga: The 70s glamour of Michael Kors

Michael Kors began the season in reflection, dreaming up a collection inspired by the 1970s, when he first arrived to New York. WGSN's Cassandra Napoli reviews.

Editor’s Pick: Proenza Schouler

Amid the trend hunt, WGSN editors are bookmarking their favourite collections. First up? Trend Feed editor and curator Polly Walters highlights Proenza Schouler's A/W 19 offering as a NYFW highlight.

2019 trending: Why cowhide is your new leopard print

Cow print is the latest print to emerge on our trend radar, tying different trends and areas of influence together. Here's why it could be the new leopard print. WGSN's Alice Gividen reports.