Faircloth & Supply Teams With Urban Outfitters
Phoebe Dahl’s Made in L.A. clothing line Faircloth & Supply will launch its first collaboration with Urban Outfitters on Sunday. The capsule collection is made up of six organic linen and dead-stock cotton silhouettes from the brand’s debut season in new colorways. Retailing from $159 to $300 the line will be exclusive to the retailer and its web site.
Gwyneth Paltrow Invests in Juice Beauty
Gwyneth Paltrow has fronted an array of beauty brands for companies such as Estée Lauder, Hugo Boss, Max Factor and Restorsea. But now, she’s looking to stand behind just one brand, specifically Juice Beauty. Karen Behnke is founder of Juice Beauty, an organic skin-care line sold in 1,200 retail doors including Ulta, Rancho La Puerta, Whole Foods and Pharmaca. Paltrow is now the creative director of makeup for Juice Beauty and a shareholder in the sustainable company as part of a five-year deal.
Set to launch late this year, the makeup range, which consists of 75 stockkeeping units for eye, lip, cheek and face and is priced from $24 to $49, is said to include high pigment payoff and performance, while containing certified organic ingredients.
Mavi To Launch New Denim Collection
Mavi teamed up with Turkish denim fabric producer Isko to create Popstar, an addition to the Mavi Gold collection made from a stretch fabric with memory. The company said Popstar capitalizes on Isko’s trademark Pop stretch technology with comfortable construction. Mavi Popstar prices will range from $115 to $148.
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