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1. Marks & Spencer is cutting down their prices this 2019.
It's high time to shop at Marks & Spencer as it kicks off its "New Prices You’ll Love" campaign in the Philippines, along with the launch of its Spring 2019 collection. Marks & Spencer introduces its selection of pieces with lowered prices by an average of 18% across menswear and lingerie and an average of 28% for womenswear. New price points include T-shirts available for as low as P695, jeans, handbags, and dresses from P1550, as well as knitwear starting at P175.
Floral print jersey swing dress, P1550
2. Millie Bobby Brown, together with Converse, is defining what it means to be a woman.
For Converse's “Love the Progress" collection launch, Millie Bobby Brown used a pair of sneakers to express what being a woman means. This was inspired by the power of love and unity embodied in their latest campaign called "All The Stories Are True." This platform offered females from around the world the chance to define gender in their own words. Millie's Chuck '70s reads: "GIRL: Gracious individual, radiant leader. Deal with it."
3. Bottega Veneta's new creative director unveils his new bag designs.
Bottega Veneta's new creative director, Daniel Lee, has unveiled two of his newest designs for the brand: the Pouch and the Maxi Cabat 30.
The Pouch is an oversized clutch made with soft folds of smooth butter calf leather that envelope the bag’s frame and create a voluminous rounded shape. Meanwhile, the Maxi Cabat 30 is a modern take on the iconic Cabat tote. This unisex tote is woven entirely by hand with oversized, double-faced nappa strips, known as fettucce. Both bags are said to embody its Italian heritage while mirroring the contemporary aesthetic of a modern tastemaker.
4. APC Kid Cudi collection launches in Manila.
APC Paris partners up with rapper Kid Cudi to present their first collection together called Interaction. The line has 10 pieces including splattered T-shirts, jeans, a red motorycle jacket, striped long-sleeve shirts, cardigans, overalls, and colored sneakers. Locally, you can cop this collection at Hoodwink in Makati City.
5. Here's why Karl Lagerfeld didn't have a funeral.
Karl Lagerfeld was cremated on Friday, February 22, in Nanterre, French site Closer reports. Some of the designer's relatives gathered together as his hearse was brought to the funeral parlor. He was cremated in the midst of his close friends including Virginie Viard, who succeeded him as the helm of Chanel, LVMH CEO Bernard Arnault, Princess Caroline of Monaco and her daughter Charlotte Casiraghi, as well as Vogue Editor-in-chief Anna Wintour. Karl's beloved cat, Choupette, was also present. He previously shared with French magazine Numéro that he did not want to be buried. "For me, no funeral. I do not like funerals, I want to keep the picture of the last time I saw people, I filled in papers saying that I do not want anyone to see me dead," Karl said. Instead, he wanted his ashes to be scattered in a place near his mother's and his partner Jacques de Basher.
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