Chloé’s Creative Director steps down, Zendaya is named the new face of Maison Valentino, and more

Chloé’s Creative Director steps down, Zendaya is named the new face of Maison Valentino, and more

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Chloé's Creative Director has resigned.

Designer, Natacha Ramsay-Levi, broke the news via a press release last week. "Over the last months of health, social, and economic turmoil, I have thought about the changes I want to see in our industry and how to better align them with my own creative, intellectual, and emotional values," she wrote. "It is this reflection that makes me consider my future differently and desire to pursue new opportunities." No news yet as to who will succeed her, though the fashion house has assured that a name will be provided in due course.


Maison Valentino taps Zendaya as their new face.

Our heartiest of congratulations goes out to Euphoria lead. According to Creative Director, Pierpaolo Piccioli, Zendaya was a natural fit and served as a "representative of his contemporary concept of romanticism." We couldn't agree more. Here's to witnessing more of this partnership in 2021.

Harry Styles hits back at his Vogue cover critics.

This translates into an Instagram post with Styles pictured in a powder blue suit and eating a banana. "Bring back manly men," he captioned, echoing the words of conservative pundit, Candace Owens, who took to social media to comment on Styles's Vogue cover. "There is no society that can survive without strong men," she tweeted. "Bring back manly men." Seems like Styles is taking the hate in his stride — and with a sense of humour. Respect.


Adidas and Prada have partnered up once more to drop a new sneaker.

Called the A+P Luna Rossa 21, both brands drew inspiration from their extensive back catalogues to produce a design that perfectly melds style and performance expertise. "For us it was always going to be essential to create a silhouette that enabled the Luna Rossa Prada Pirelli Sailing team to compete at the highest level. So, throughout the design process, we worked closely with the athletes, listening intently to their needs and incorporating their insights," explained Nic Galway, Senior Vice President of Design at Adidas Originals. "Then, once we had prototypes for the Prada team to wear, there was an extended testing period where feedback was synthesised and used to inform the final shoe design." See it for yourself when this bad boy hits shelves come 9 December.


Victoria Beckham releases a new line with Reebok.

This marks the fourth time Posh Spice has collaborated with the label. The range is said to be her most figure-flattering yet, comprising seamless leggings, cropped puffers, and sleek joggers that hug the body. Each piece was meticulously tried and vetted by Beckham, who has also brought back several pieces from the last collection thanks to popular demand. This includes a terry cloth cowl-neck jumper and "Travel" hoodies.

Savage x Fenty is back with a titillating new campaign.

Bad gal RiRi is joined by eternal hot girl, Megan Thee Stallion, where they both rocked pieces harbouring icy, snowflake prints and stars respectively. A fitting tribute to the holiday season? You betcha. We're told the goods will get us through "'dem chilly December nights." Well, we can't say we disagree.


Lindsay Lohan is collaborating with UK jewellery brand, Lily Baker, to release some unique new pieces.

This includes pendant necklaces, statement jewels and piles of eclectic bracelets. The full line-up encompasses a whopping 40 pieces, all of which are priced between £67 — £340. It's been a hot minute since we've seen Lohan dip her toes into the fashion pool, though we can't say we're complaining. Welcome back, LiLo.