Kristen Stewart Gets Sultry for Chanel’s ‘Paris in Rome’ Campaign

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Kristen Stewart stars in Chanel's Paris in Rome pre-fall 2016 campaignKristen Stewart stars in Chanel’s ‘Paris in Rome’ pre-fall 2016 campaign

Actress Kristen Stewart returns for yet another Chanel campaign as the face of the French label’s pre-fall 2016 collection. Photographed by Karl Lagerfeld, the 26-year-old poses in black and white wearing plunging necklines, lace hosiery and trench coats. Kristen exudes the spirit of an Italian actress in a Paris apartment. Kristen looks seductive with large hoop earrings and a wavy hairstyle.

KRISTEN STEWART – CHANEL PRE-FALL 2016 CAMPAIGN

Photographed by Karl Lagerfeld, Kristen Stewart flaunts her body in a form-fitting lookPhotographed by Karl Lagerfeld, Kristen Stewart flaunts her body in a form-fitting lookPosing for Chanel's pre-fall 2016 campaign, Kristen Stewart flaunts some skin in a plunging necklinePosing for Chanel’s pre-fall 2016 campaign, Kristen Stewart flaunts some skin in a plunging neckline

KRISTEN STEWART – CHANEL EYES 2016 CAMPAIGN

Kristen Stewart is all smiles in Chanel Eyes 2016 Makeup collection campaignKristen Stewart is all smiles in Chanel Eyes 2016 Makeup collection campaign

In addition to the recent ‘Paris in Rome’ campaign, Kristen Stewart is also the face of Chanel Beauty. Photographed by Mario Testino in black and white, the actress smolders with intense eye makeup looks for the ‘Eyes’ 2016 collection. Whether she is smiling or gazing straight into the camera, Kristen looks absolutely radiant.

Kristen Stewart wears a dark lip color in Chanel Makeup 2016 campaignKristen Stewart wears a dark lip color in Chanel Makeup 2016 campaignPhotographed by Mario Testino, Kristen Stewart models Chanel MakeupPhotographed by Mario Testino, Kristen Stewart models Chanel Makeup

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COACH INTRODUCES THE 'CRAFTMANSHIP BAR,' MACY'S LOWERS ITS FULL-YEAR PROFIT

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Coach fall 2016 show during New York Fashion Week. Photo: Randy Brooke/Getty ImagesCoach fall 2016 show during New York Fashion Week. 

These are the stories making headlines in fashion this Wednesday.

Coach introduces a "Craftsmanship Bar" 


Coach is now offering customers the option of monogramming their purchases and customizing their hangtags at the new "Craftsmanship Bar," which will be available at select flagship stores. Specialists will also be on hand to provide repair and cleaning services, as well as advice. 

How Instyle, Vogue and Harper's Bazaar are using video
To state the obvious, videos are increasingly becoming a priority for several publications. Vogue continues to produce its ever popular "73 Questions" series, while Harper's Bazaar focuses on how to-makeup videos with beauty professionals. As for InStyle, highlights include its "Back of the Cab" series featuring Fashion News Director Eric Wilson.

Macy's reports first quarter sales, shares fall 9.4%
Macy's shares fell 9.4% following news of its first quarter sales on Wednesday. Macy's reported that sales at stores open for a year declined  6.1%, marking the fifth consecutive quarter of falling sales. The retailer also lowered its full-year forecast. News of Macy's first quarter sales also dragged down other retailers' shares, including Nordstrom, JC Penney Co., Target and Kohl's. {WSJ}

Abercrombie & Fitch looks to the Middle East
Abercrombie & Fitch, which already has stores in Kuwait and Dubai, is looking to open stores in Qatar, Bahrain, Oman and Saudi Arabia. According to Rajiv Suri, CEO of Majid Al Futtaim Fashion (Abercrombie’s partner in the Middle East), there's been "significant demand" in the UAE and Kuwait. 

Dior opens a flagship store in Cannes
Coinciding with the 69th Cannes Film Festival, Dior opened a boutique on the Boulevard de la Croisette in Cannes. The boutique, which is situated right across the red carpet entry to the Palais de Festival, is three times bigger than its previous store in Cannes, and carries ready-to-wear, bags, shoes, accessories and more.  

How malls are trying to attract customers
In response to shifting consumer trends, malls have been cooking up ways to reinvent themselves. For some, it means looking beyond retail stores, adding facilities like children's playgrounds and even community theaters.

The impact of tuberculosis on Victorian trends
Carolyn Day, author of the upcoming "Consumptive Chic: A History of Fashion, Beauty and Disease," looks at the ways in which tuberculosis influenced Victorian fashion and beauty trends. For instance, middle- and upper-class women attempted to emulate the physical side effects caused by frequent low-grade fever, such as flushed cheeks, red lips and pale skin. When Robert Koch isolated the bacteria in 1882 and people's understanding of tuberculosis began changing, fashion trends such as the corset and long skirts came under attack. 

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SPRING ESSENTIALS: 8 DENIM SHORTS FROM EXPRESS

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Express 2-Inch Distressed Low-Rise Cutoff Denim ShortsExpress 2-Inch Distressed Low-Rise Cutoff Denim Shorts

Dive into the casual style of the spring season with a cool pair of denim shorts. At Express, the fashion brand has plenty of options for the new season. From high-waist styles to frayed edges and decorative buttons, pair it was a tank top, denim shirt or tank top for the perfect warm weather look.


Express Distressed 90's Cutoff Denim ShortsExpress Distressed 90’s Cutoff Denim ShortsExpress Black High-Waisted Button Fly ShortExpress Black High-Waisted Button Fly ShortExpress Denim Patch Pocket ShortsExpress Denim Patch Pocket ShortsExpress Distressed Fringed Cutoff Denim ShortsExpress Distressed Fringed Cutoff Denim ShortsExpress High-Waisted Cuffed Cutoff Denim ShortsExpress High-Waisted Cuffed Cutoff Denim ShortsExpress Performance Stretch Low-Rise Rolled Cutoff ShortsExpress Performance Stretch Low-Rise Rolled Cutoff ShortsExpress White High-Rise Western Cutoff ShortsExpress White High-Rise Western Cutoff Shorts

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ZENDAYA & TOMS KICK OFF 'ONE DAY WITHOUT SHOES,' BEAUTY BLOGGER REVEALS LIP KIT INGREDIENTS

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Zendaya on Tuesday in Los Angeles with Toms. Photo: TomsZendaya on Tuesday in Los Angeles with Toms. 

These are the stories making headlines in fashion this Tuesday.

Zendaya and Toms visit LA school on "One Day Without Shoes"
To kick off "One Day Without Shoes," a Toms annual initiative which raises awareness of the health risks children face without proper footwear, Zendayajoined a team from the footwear brand to visit a Los Angeles elementary school, donate shoes and spend time with the kids. It is the ninth year for Toms's charitable event, during which the company plans to donate 10,000 shoes to children in 10 countries. Follow the movement on Instagram with #withoutshoes. {Fashionista inbox}

& Other Stories announces latest co-lab collection with Zana Bayne
Zana Bayne, a New York City artisanal leather handbags and accessories designer, has collaborated with & Other Stories on a collection of leather pieces due out this fall. Bayne and co-creative director Todd Pendu "juxtapos[ed] the hard and soft throughout" the co-lab collection, "taking pieces such as the leather harness out of its connotations and making it an elegant accessory for layering," said Bayne in a statement. {Fashionistainbox}

Tradesy raises $30 million
Online consignment site Tradesy raised another $30 million in Series C funding from investors Richard Branson, Kleiner Perkins Caufield and Byers, John Doerr and Wildcat Capital Management. Tradesy will use the funding for more TV ads and to hire data scientists and taxonomists. The site has raised a total of $72 million since launching in 2012. 

The cost of being a model
Being a model seems glamorous and easy, but according to a new report, many models never see a huge chunk of their earnings. Agency commissions and business expenses (plane tickets, head shots, portfolios) add up and since models are often considered independent contractors, they usually have to pay for it all themselves.

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Agent Provocateur reveals ‘90s inspired swimwear for summer

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Hatty Swimsuit in Black, $355
This ‘90s inspired high necked one piece is anything but demure. The rouleaux lacing, laid over a fishnet style lining gives a sexy glimpse of skin in the front while the back is no less risqué with cutaway straps and two gold tone metal clasps at the wings and waist. The swimsuit features underwire and adjustable straps for improved support.

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Zoey Swimsuit in White, $355
Another one piece swimsuit with high cut legs, this maillot is one shouldered with contrasting zippers above and below the bust and across the hips. The swimsuit may take it’s style cues from sporty ‘90s clothing, but the zips are not for show, if you’re feeling extra sexy, just leave them open to show just a sliver of skin (but don’t blame us when you have bizarre tan lines).

READ:  A $6,000 Swarovski-studded swimsuit to debut in Singapore

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Marlene Swimsuit in Black, $355
Inspired by the surfer girl of the ‘80s the Marlene swimsuit is crafted from black wet look fabric and side panels made of sheer but rigid and supportive tulle. The illusion style swimsuit also features a high neck and high cut legs with the final touch being a center front zip that unzips from top to bottom.

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Hatty Bikini (top: $175, bottom: $135)
If you can’t ditch your bikinis, AP has also included the Hatty style in a two piece version. The rouleaux style lacing gives this set a sexy bondage inspired feel while the matte fabric is a classic. Wear the bra top as a cropped top or under a sheer blouse if you’re feeling bold.

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Armani Exchange Sets Spring Campaign in Sunny Malibu

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Luma Grothe stars in Armani Exchange's spring-summer 2016Luma Grothe stars in Armani Exchange’s spring-summer 2016 campaign

Armani Exchange heads to sunny Malibu, California, for its spring-summer 2016 campaign. Photographed by Riccardo Vimercati, models Luma Grothe, Zuzanna Bijoch, RJ King and Luke Worrall appear in the advertisements. From the poolside to the beach and rocky cliffs, the models pose in easy and casual ensembles. For the girls and guys alike, there is a focus on denim, casual t-shirts and outerwear. / Hair David von Cannon, Makeup by Sil Bruinsma

Photographed by Riccardo Vimercati, Armani Exchange's spring 2016 campaign was captured in Malibu, CaliforniaPhotographed by Riccardo Vimercati, Armani Exchange’s spring 2016 campaign was captured in Malibu, CaliforniaZuzanna Bijoch stars in Armani Exchange's spring 2016 campaignZuzanna Bijoch stars in Armani Exchange’s spring 2016 campaignArmani Exchange's spring 2016 collection features distressed denim stylesArmani Exchange’s spring 2016 collection features distressed denim styles

Shop Armani Exchange’s New Arrivals at Macy’s:

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