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Here's Another Thing to Consider When Buying Diamonds

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Here's Another Thing to Consider When Buying Diamonds
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Calvin Klein will soon be undergoing a lot of changes.

Following Raf Simons' departure as Calvin Klein's artistic director, the brand opted to not show at the New York Fashion Show this February 2019. Moreover, its mother company, PVH Corp, has a streamlined strategy plan for the brand. This includes the rebranding of Raf's 205W39NYC line, the consolidation of Calvin Klein Sportswear and Calvin Klein Jeans, as well as the closing of their Madison Avenue boutique in New York.

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Tommy Hilfiger x Zendaya collection will debut in Paris.

Zendaya's capsule collaboration with Tommy Hilfiger will launch their see now, buy now collection at the fashion capital of the world: Paris!

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Moschino is under fire again for using racist code Serena.

A former Moschino employee Shamael Lataillad recently filed a lawsuit against Moschino USA for a racist codeword that employees use within the company. The Fashion Law reports that Shamael's manager, Ranna Selbak, "would call non-celebrity black shoppers 'Serena' and would encourage staff members to 'closely watch' and even follow them."

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Los Angeles will launch Vegan Fashion Week.

While not an official fashion capital of the world, the city of Los Angeles will host the first ever Vegan Fashion Week this February 1 to 4.  It's said to be an opportunity for designers to debut their cruelty-free lines. What's more, the fashion week will also offer access to cruelty-free food and beauty treatments for those attending. 

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Aside from clarity, here's what to consider when buying diamonds.

Clarity, cut, and carat are important characteristics to consider when buying diamonds. But did you know where the diamon comes from also matters? Tiffany & Co., one of the world's biggest diamond retailers in the world, recently released a company initiative that offers transparency for each diamond piece you purchase to uphold their promise of ethically-sourced diamonds. The company will now "identify for customers the country where their diamond was mined, and, eventually, information on where it was cut, polished and set," The New York Times reports.

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