Tuesday , July 27 2021

In fashion news: Drew Barrymore's free cosmetics line comes to Australia



Come in January 2019, Australian beauty lovers will finally have the chance to get hands on the free and affordable cosmetics line Drew Barrymore, Flower Beauty. Available to shop online as well as over 300 Chimist Warehouse stores across the country, the range of cosmetics will contain everything from liquid lipsticks to illumination of beauty sponges and a variety of brushes Makeup – New Year's Day as the launch of Beauty Flowers will be one that you will not want to miss.[[[[Vogue inbox]

After just three seasons at the helm of French fashion house Carven, Serge Ruffieux quit the role of creative director. The news comes five months after the mark went bankrupt in May 2018, before being bought by a new owner, Icicle. "Serge Ruffieux, Carven's creative director in February 2017, will leave home after three seasons of work and dedication," read a press release announcing Ruffieux's departure. "The House is grateful for his creative contribution and collaboration. He has been in charge of women's clothing and accessories." The creative director has since taken on Instagram to thank the label, writing "I have cherished these 18 months at Carven, a great thanks my team, the commercials, the studio and the studio. I wish my house the best. "[[[[Vogue inbox]

Matchesfashion.com announced the launch of an exclusive collection of accessory capsules, with the British brand Shrimps, on November 14th. The collective collection consists of three Antonia bags, along with hair clips that come in three different colors – a red red, an emerald green and a sapphire blue. "The idea came from the concept that Antonia's bag is an extension of your jewelry, with pearls at the center of the brand, I thought it would be appropriate to introduce other imitation of precious stones," said Shrimp designer Hannah Weiland. We know what we will add in the nightmare of this party season.[[[[Vogue inbox]

Before the official launch of Burberry's festive campaign, the British fashion house revealed its role as actor in the band. Kristin Scott Thomas, Matt Smith, MIA, Naomi Campbell and her mother, Valerie Morris-Campbell, will be following Cara Delevingne, Sienna Miller, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and Sir Elton John, Riccardo Tisci's debut album Burberry. Captured and photographed by renowned photographer Juno Calypso, the campaign will be unveiled on November 13th – just in time for the holiday season.[[[[Vogue inbox]


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