The Gucci creative director is an ambassador of the #ICouldHaveBeen campaign, designed to highlight violence against women.
The scent will be sold exclusively starting in Stella McCartney stores and on its web site on Nov. 13.
McCartney has put the focus on polished silhouettes and girly accents for the 10-piece range.
The e-commerce site is branching out to physical retail as “the lines are blurring.”
Gucci’s president and ceo had led a textbook turnaround of the storied fashion company.
Stella McCartney’s front row guests answered the most important question of all: are they morning or evening people?
Luxury online consignment site finds a designer that shares its values to work with.
The label also reduced its impact on the environment, and has published a second EP&L account.
The campaign seeks to highlight African American women, whose breast cancer mortality rate is 42 percent higher than caucasian women.
The retailer has committed to tracing the sources of wood-based fabrics used in its clothing lines and to eliminate sources affiliated with the destruction of endangered forests and violations of human rights.
The event will take place September 14-15.
The brand has a long-term partnership with ISA Spa.
Rimmel London’s global makeup ambassador has worked with talent like Emma Watson, Kanye West and Dita Von Teese.
Heading into the U.S. Open as the number-five player, Caroline Wozniacki says everyone is tough and there to win.