After 32 years storming the runways, Campbell has hinted that she may be trading the catwalk for a cozy seat in the audience and let it be “carried on by the younger generation”. At the Fashion for Relief fashion show in Cannes last weekend, which helped to raise money for important causes like the Times Up legal defense fund and Save the Children charity, the supermodel stated she wasn’t sure how much longer she could walk. Naomi became the first black model to grace the cover of French Vogue, founded the Fashion for Relief charity, starred in a Michael Jackson video and was a favourite and friend of major designers such as Giannni Versace, Yves Saint Laurent and Azzedine Alaïa. She will be deservingly honoured next month with the Fashion Icon Award at the 2018 CFDAs. Retired or not (but we hope not yet), Naomi Campbell will remain a key icon in prominent fashion history.
Clinique Opens First Canadian Standalone
Greater Vancouver’s CF Richmond Centre has become home to Canada’s first standalone Clinique location. Owned under the Estée Lauder umbrella, Clinique has been widely available only through department stores across the country such as Sephora, Hudson’s Bay and Shopper’s Drug Mart Beauty Boutiques. The high-quality beauty line has been popularized for its extensive and well-received lines of skincare, cosmetics, and perfume. Loyal customers of the brand will be glad to have access to the full line of Clinique all in one place.
MUJI to Host Promo Event in Vancouver
Hey Vancouver, your favourite Japanese retailer is hosting an amazing promotional event for the next 10 days at MUJI’s flagship store on Robson Street. The stores have seen overwhelming success since opening stores in North America and are once again honouring their loyal and new customers with deals like 10% off purchases, personal style advisors, aromatherapy presentations, two-for-one embroidery services, free coffee and even storybook reading for the kids! MUJI continues to raise the bar and keep itself in good standing with Vancouver by incorporating their dedicated customers in the company’s culture.
Kendall + Kylie First Canadian Collaboration
It’s happening. They are finally launching something us Canadians can get our hands on in-store! Set to launch this summer, the Jenner sisters’ clothing brand, Kendall + Kylie has collaborated with Canadian accessory store, Ardene, to release a capsule collection. Ranging between approximately $15-$60 dollars, the collection will carry key summer trend pieces such as swimwear, bodysuits, jeans, and shorts. This will be Ardene’s biggest collaboration with a celebrity or social influencer brand and the first Canadian collaboration for Kendall + Kylie. The collection will become available in-store and online on June 23rd.
From Luxe With Love