#ELLEFashionHighlights: Power Moves And Major News To Know

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ICYMI last week, here’s a quick recap of the latest happenings in the world of fashion. From new CEO appointments by luxury labels to our resident favourite fashion girl getting her due – it’s been an exciting few days in the glamour circuit. Scroll below to get yourself updated.

1. Zendaya Is The Chosen Recipient of CFDA’s Fashion Icon Award For 2021 

It comes as no surprise that Zendaya is receiving the prestigious fashion icon award by CFDA this year. She has dominated every single red carpet she made an appearance on – From Oscar’s to Emmy’s, the Euphoria star showed up in distinctive looks that stole the show. Besides her impactful physical appearances, she has also been the representative for brands like Lancôme, Bulgari, Tommy Hilfiger and Valentino.

2. Balenciaga replaces Gucci as the most searched brand on Lyst

According to the most recent Lyst index, Balenciaga climbed the ladder and dethroned Gucci from the most searched brand spot. After an eventful year that included a collaboration with The Simpsons, headlining ensembles for Met Gala and extravagant in-person shows, we saw the 5 spot jump coming from afar.

3. For YSL’s 60th Anniversary, The Late Couturier’s Creations Will Be Displayed At 6 Different Museums In Paris 

To honour Yves Saint Laurent’s 60 years of legacy, the iconic french house is displaying the late couturier’s timeless pieces at different museums in Paris – alongside some of the artworks that inspired them. Paris Museum of Modern Art, the Louvre Museum, the Picasso Museum and the Yves Saint Laurent Museum in the French capital will all be a part of the exhibition.

4. Former Versace Chief Executive, Jonathan Akeroyd Is The New CEO Of Burberry 

Burberry appointed Jonathan Akeroyd as its next CEO in a hefty 6 million euros deal as a signing amount. The former Versace Chief Executive has an expansive portfolio as he has worked for luxury giants like Michael Kors and Alexander McQueen.

5. Chloé Becomes The First Luxury Fashion House In Europe To Achieve B Corp Status

Chloé has been named the first European brand to earn the B Corp status. Identified as one of the most sustainable design houses in the world, the french label attained this position after showcasing the highest standards of public transparency and environmental performance.



- Junior Digital Editor


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