The Face is in our future, LVMH and Kering donate to Notre Dame and more of the news you missed

The (New) Face Goes Live Online
What was both legendary and long gone since 2004 is back at last: The Face relaunched digitally with the first of its quarterly print to hit stands later in the year. As rights to the title were bought by Wasted Talent Media in 2017, this is not necessarily your 90s Nick Logan The Face per se––yet, the beloved British publication comes with lots of history, fresh perspective and a new team. Editor Stuart Brumfitt told the Guardian, “It feels like a perfect time for the Face to be coming back,” continuing to say, “In these uncertain times, we want to create a fun, smart, unifying place for style-, culture- and society-loving people to revel in.” [The Guardian]


Prada Menswear is Going to Shanghai
Announced today, and reported by Dazed, the Italian luxury brand is showing its menswear collection in China on June 6th. Miuccia Prada wrote of the location, “China has always occupied a prominent place in Prada’s imagination: in particular, the city of Shanghai and its rich cultural life.” The locale choice marks the first time the brand has not shown its menswear in Italy. [Dazed]

Bertrand Guyon is out at Schiaparelli
Another creative director changing of the guard, another week in fashion news. This time, it’s Maison Schiaparelli as Bertrand Guyon exits his position at the fashion house which he has held for four years. The brand was officially made Haute Couture in 2017 by French Ministry of Industry and the French Couture Federation. “The House Schiaparelli is grateful to Bertrand Guyon for his contribution to the Haute Couture activity of the House, in close collaboration with the creative studio and the atelier of the Place Vendome House,” Schiaparelli said in a statement. Guyon’s successor has yet to be named. [Vogue]

French Fashion Conglomerates LVMH and Kering Donate Millions to Notre Dame
Very much the fire seen ‘round world, the blaze that engulfed Paris’ landmark Notre Dame Cathedral on Monday was met with much lamentation, many over social media expressing their sadness over the sight of the iconic 850-year-old edifice wrapped in flames. Snapping into philanthropic action, François-Henri Pinault soon after announced Kering would be donating 100 million euros towards its rebuilding. Soon after that, LVMH and the Arnaults donated 200 million euros in the same effort to rebuild the national treasure, announcing the pledge in a post: “The Arnault family and the LVMH Group, in solidarity with this national tragedy, are committed to assist with the reconstruction of this extraordinary cathedral, symbol of France, its heritage and its unity.” Within days, donations by the ultra-rich, including the two French fashion conglomerates, had amounted to a billion euros. A final tally of the damage has yet to be determined.


Jeremy Scott Collaborated With Sephora Again
Brand collaboration is the spice of life for fashion people. After 2 years, the successful Moschino x Sephora returns, as announced on the designer’s Instagram: “I have super exciting news for my beauty fans… I created a new makeup collection for Sephora.” Scott debuted the new line of products at Moschino’s annual Desert Party, which will be available online and in stores April 25th. [Teen Vogue]


Hailey Bieber Beauty Will Soon be a Thing, Probably
Trademark paperwork has been filed by Hailey Bieber for “Bieber Beauty” reported TMZ. Meaning: A beauty and cosmetics line from the model who boasts 19 million Instagram followers may be on the horizon. [Fashionista]

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