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Irina Shayk and Bradley Cooper Confirm Split (People)
Irina Shayk and Bradley have announced their separation after four years together. The duo share a two-year-old daughter, and are amicably working on a custody agreement.
Tom Ford Is Inducted into the Fragrance Foundation Hall of Fame
Jane Krakowski hosted the 2019 Fragrance Foundation Awards earlier this week. Tom Ford — who’s Lost Cherry perfume won women’s luxury fragrance of the year — was inducted into the Hall of Fame by actor Henry Golding. Meanwhile Dominique Ropion, master perfumer at International Flavors & Fragrances Inc, was given the Lifetime Achievement award, and Laura Slatkin, founder of Nest Fragrances, was named this year’s Game Changer. See a list of winners below.
Fragrance of the Year, Luxury
(Women’s)Tom Ford Lost Cherry, by perfumer Louise Turner
(Men’s) Chanel Bleu de Chanel Parfum, by perfumer, Olivier Polge
Fragrance of the Year, Prestige
(Women’s) Jo Malone London Honeysuckle and Davana Cologne, by perfumer Anne Flipo
(Men’s) Dior Sauvage Eau de Parfum, by perfumer François Demachy
Fragrance of the Year, Popular
(Women’s) Ariana Grande Cloud, by perfumer Clement Gavarry
Packaging of the Year
(Women’s) Chanel No°5 Limited Edition Eau de Parfum
(Men’s) John Varvatos JVxNJ, designed by John Varvatos and Paul McLaughlin
Media Campaign of the Year
(Women’s) YSL Black Opium Eau de Parfum
(Men’s) Chanel Bleu de Chanel Parfum
Social Media Campaign of the Year
Marc Jacobs Daisy Love
Nike Unveils Diverse Mannequins (Hypebeast)
NikeTown, the athletic brand’s flagship location in London, unveiled a new space dedicated to women this week. Notably, it features plus-sized and para-sport mannequins. “With the incredible momentum in women’s sport right now, the redesigned space is just another demonstration of Nike’s commitment to inspiring and serving the female athlete,” Sarah Hannah, VP of Nike Europe, said.
J.Lo Taps Guess for a Tour Merch Capsule Collection
Today Jennifer Lopez kicks off her “It’s My Party” concert tour in LA. Luckily, you don’t have to have concert tickets to be able to snag some of the tour’s merch. J.Lo’s merchandise partner, Guess, is selling select pieces from its concert capsule collection in-stores and online.
Fashion Trust Arabia Celebrates The Future of Fashion Summit With Intimate Dinner
On Wednesday, Fashion Trust Arabia celebrated the conclusion of its day-long fashion summit with an intimate dinner. Doutzen Kroes, who spoke on a panel earlier in the day about championing global changed, was joined by Imaan Hammam, Marina Testino, Hamish Bowles, Aurora James, Maria Cornejo, Julie Gilhart, and more at the Four Seasons Restaurant.
Kesha Helps Saks Fifth Avenue and the Stonewall Inn Gives Back Initiative Celebrate Their Partnership
Earlier this week Saks Fifth Avenue and the Stonewall Inn Gives Back Initiative held a special event to honor the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Inn Uprising. The evening, which was hosted by Lea DeLaria, Leyna Bloom, and Telly Leung, featured a performance by Kesha. Saks and SIGBI launched their partnership last month with window installations and a special Pride-inspired capsule collection. The collection is available online and at select Saks stores until June 30, with 30 percent of net proceeds going to SIGBI.
“We are very excited to partner with such an iconic New York institution,” says Stacy Lentz, president and co-founder of SIGBI. “This collaboration is going to bring a lot of visibility to our community and also raise much needed funds for some of the most underserved LGBTQ communities across the country. The outreach and platform that Saks Fifth Avenue has is a great way to not only help educate people about the historical importance of Stonewall, but also make sure that its legacy stays alive through supporting the work we are currently doing in places where equality has been slow to arrive.”