Michelle Obama Hosted a White House Fashion Workshop, Gwyneth is Launching Goop Apparel and More
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Michelle Obama hosted the first-ever White House Fashion Education Workshop on Wednesday, inviting 300 guests including fashion students, editors and big-name designers such as Jason Wu, Carolina Herrera, Diane von Furstenberg, Vera Wang and more. The day-long affair involved workshops, panel discussions and, of course, a big party. [The Telegraph]
Naomi Campbell plans to dedicate a Fashion For Relief benefit show to raise funds to fight Ebola. The show will take place in New York this February, followed by one in London. The supermodel's past shows have included fellow models Kate Moss, Agyness Deyn and Karolina Kurkova so you can bet she'll have a big lineup behind the cause. [Page Six]
In more fashion for a cause, jewelry designer Yuwei launched a collection that will donate 100 percent of its profits toward the United Nations Trust Fund. The UN initiative leads efforts to end violence against women, and the handcrafted accessories are a range of 18-karat gold necklaces, earrings, bracelets and rings. [Yuwei Designs]
Gwyneth Paltrow fans, you might need to take a seat. The star's popular lifestyle site, Goop, will have its own clothing line within the next year and a half as part of its e-commerce expansion. Soon, it will roll out beauty and home products too! [Stylelist]
Beyoncé just dropped brand-new apparel on the shopping app Spring. After all, you can never have too many sweaters letting everyone know how #flawless you are. [MTV]
You know those annoying, ugly barricades you see when a shopping department is under construction? Kate Spade created a solution by turning the hindrance into an interactive, multi-media display allowing customers to shop the brand online. Right now, the experience is in New Jersey but you'll be spotting it soon enough in your local mall.