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Karl Lagerfeld's Successor Debuts Her First Solo Collection for Chanel

See Virginie Viard's much-anticipated collection for the French luxury fashion house.
Karl Lagerfeld's Successor Debuts Her First Solo Collection for Chanel
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See Virginie Viard's much-anticipated collection for the French luxury fashion house.

Start your week with a dose of high fashion news from all around the globe:

1. Virginie Viard debuts first collection as Chanel's new creative director

Karl Lagerfeld's successor has unveiled her Cruise 2020 collection at the Grand Palais in Paris, staged against a pre-war train station. The collection features style notes that would remind you of Coco Chanel and Kaiser Karl himself, with tiered lace dresses, classic tweed jackets, skirtsuits, and frothy dresses with floral appliqués.

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View the full collection here.

2. Is Instagram the new shopping mall?

Following its recent shoppable post update, Instagram has extended the feature to influencers. Soon enough, you'll be able to cop your fave Insta-girl's cool outfits without needing to leave the app.

Read more here.

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3. Aimee Song launches a new clothing brand

Aimee Song has officially ventured into fast fashion. E-tailer Revolve tapped the social media influencer to design their in-house brand, which is set to launch a 50-piece collection inspired by style icons including Samantha Jones of Sex and the City, Princess Diana, Amal Clooney and Meghan Markle.

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4. Keanu Reeves is the new face of Saint Laurent

With all thing '90s coming around, this might just be the hottest one yet: Keanu Reeves is now the face of Saint Laurent. The '90s superstar is Anthony Vaccarello's latest pick to front the Parisian luxury brand.

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5. Halima Aden is the first model to pose in a burkini for Sports Illustrated

Sports Illustrated took a progressive step by launching model Halima Aden clad in a hijab and burkini on the beach. Halima wrote on Instagram, "The response has been incredible and I’m so honoured that Sports Illustrated has taken the step to showcase the beauty that modestly dressed women possess."

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Read more here.

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