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We Found an App That Can Help You Decide What to Wear

Here are this week's fashion news you need to know about!
We Found an App That Can Help You Decide What to Wear
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Here are this week's fashion news you need to know about!

Here's everything you need to know in the world of fashion this week:

1. Tennis player Roger Federer officially leaves Nike for Uniqlo.

After 21 years, Swiss tennis player Roger Federer officially cuts his affiliation with sportswear giant Nike. “Mr. Federer is one of the greatest champions in history; my respect for him goes beyond sport. Our partnership will be about innovation on and off court. We share a goal of making positive change in the world, and I hope together we can bring the highest quality of life to the greatest number of people,” Uniqlo's founder, chairman, and CEO Tadashi Yanai says in an Instagram post. After leaving Nike, Roger has been announced to be Uniqlo's Global Brand Ambassador. 

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2. Burberry is collaborating with Vivienne Westwood.

Burberry is collaborating with fashion icon Vivienne Westwood for a collection to be launched in December 2018. In an Instagram post, Burberry's creative director Riccardo Tisci reveals that it was Vivienne who inspired him to be a designer. "When I first started at Burberry, I knew it would be the perfect opportunity to approach her to do something. She is a rebel, a punk, and unrivalled in her unique representation of British style, which has inspired so many of us. I am so incredibly proud of what we will be creating together," he announced.

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3. This app will help you decide what to wear.

If you think dressing up is a chore, then you'll be delighted with Amazon's latest app that will make everything easy for you. Introducing Echo Look. The app is aided by a six-inch device that syncs up with your phone and Amazon account to give you a style check for mornings you can't be bothered to decide for yourself. The style check is powered by Alexa, Amazon’s team of fashion specialists, and other users through Amazon’s Instagram-like social stream, Spark.

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4. Selena Gomez reveals her third collection with Coach.

Selena Gomez, together with photographer Steven Meisel and Coach's Creative Director Stuart Vevers, whipped up another series of ad campaigns for the American brand. This time, Selena is featured next to Japanese actress Kiko Mizuhara, Chinese actress Guan Xiaotong, and Chinese actor Timmy Xu. The Coach gang is completed by models Ali Latif, Blesnya Minher, Joaquim Arnell, Lily Nova, Nina Gulien, Remington Williams, and William Grant.

"I love the way that we have pushed the Coach gang further this season to be more unique, diverse, and just overall cool in their attitude," Stuart said in a release from the brand. "It's how I see people here in New York enjoying wearing clothes and just feels really relevant to me." The brand ambassadors are pictured clad in prairie dresses and Western detailing with the New York City skyline as their backdrop.

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5. Pierpaolo Piccioli's Valentino Fall 2018 Couture receives a standing ovation.

Pierpaolo Piccioli closed the Fall Paris Couture Week with a runway show for Valentino that was essentially fashion escapism at its finest. His 63-piece collection, in summary, was a reminder of fashion fantasy that featured dreamy couture gowns that came in bright, jewel tones.

The highlight of his show is perhaps Kaia Gerber's look, which was inspired by Diana Vreeland's 1960s Harper's BAZAAR shoots with Richard Avedon. The 16-year-old model sported larger-than-life hair created by Guido Palau, the perfect pairing for Pierpaolo's pink feathered ballgown. The show included sweeping gowns in bold hues and accented by ornate floral headpieces with embroidered detailing. It was concluded by model Adut Akech Bior in a bright marigold gown with a matching headpiece. The collection was received with a standing ovation, which moved Mr. Valentino himself to tears.

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