Balmain and Cara Delevingne Team Up With Puma, Justin Bieber Uses Instagram to Sell His Home

by Aria Darcella
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Cara Delevingne and Balmain Team Up for a Capsule Collection With Puma (Vogue)
Well, this is quite the partnership! Cara Delevingne enlisted the help of Olivier Rousteing and Balmain for a capsule collection with Puma. “I was sure Olivier and I had the same kind of vision,” she tells Vogue. The result is a unisex athleisure line with a boxing theme. 35 pieces will be sold in Puma stores (among other retailers), while a special collection of six pieces will be available exclusively in Balmain boutiques. The Puma x Balmain Created with Cara Delevingne collection hits stores November 21.

 

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Justin Bieber Offers to Sell His Beverly Hills Home on Instagram (Instagram)
A few days ago, Justin Bieber began posting photos of his home on Insta. For the most part it appeared he was showing off his art and decor, until he added “I wanna sell it I think anyone interested?” Bieber has continued posting, now offering to sell his furniture as part of the deal and is asking his followers to make an offer. TMZ says the Biebers bought the house last year for $8.5 million. Based on the comments section, it looks like fans are proposing nowhere near that amount, but then again, Biebs could just be joking about the whole thing.

 

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I’ll sell it with all the furniture . MAKE AN OFFER

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Max Mara Heads Abroad Again for Resort 2021 (WWD)
Max Mara will present its Resort 2021 show in Saint Petersburg, Russia, on May 25. The label presented its Resort 2020 show this year in Berlin at the Neues Museum with a collection that drew direct inspiration from the city’s architecture and famous inhabitants.

Lululemon Factory Workers Claim They are Being Abused (The Guardian)
Female workers in a Bangladesh factory supplying Lululemon claim they are physically and verbally abused on the job. Workers allege that they have been hit and called “whores” and “sluts” by managers. Additionally, they claim that they are forced to work overtime and are paid below a living wage. Lululemon, which does not own the factory and says it does not currently have an order at the location, is launching an investigation.

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Nicola Glass, Batsheva Hay, and Dion Lee Among the CFDA’s Newest Members
The Council of Fashion Designers of America has added 23 new designers to its roster, bringing its total membership to 483. Additionally, designer Kevan Hall has returned to the CFDA. “We are very excited to welcome this year’s new members into the organization,” says Lisa Smilor, EVP of the CFDA. “The group includes emerging, established and seasoned designers from across the country and around the globe — with the common thread of great talent and passion for what they do so well.”

Here is a full list of all the new members:
Diego Binetti of The Love Binetti
Emily Adams Bode of Bode
Kristopher Brock and Laura Vassar of Brock Collection
Beth Bugdaycay of Foundrae
Danielle Corona of Hunting Season
Jeffrey Dodd
Beckett Fogg and Piotrek Panszczyk of Area
Nicola Glass of Kate Spade
Victor Glemaud
Batsheva Hay of Batsheva
Catherine Holstein of Khaite
Ilana Kugel of Koral
Jasmin Larian of Cult Gaia
Dion Lee
Sheryl Lowe
Michael Maccari of Perry Ellis
Mary Alice Malone of Malone Souliers
Sylvie Millstein of Hellessy
Omar Salam of Sukeina
Emily Smith of Lafayette 148
Gladys Tamez

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