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The 10 Biggest Stories In Fashion This Week

From new creative directors to new hair colors.
Alexis Martial and Adrien Caillaudaud are the new artistic directors of Carven. Photo: Carven

Alexis Martial and Adrien Caillaudaud are the new artistic directors of Carven. Photo: Carven


Two Is Better Than One: On Monday, Carven named former schoolmates and Givenchy collaborators Alexis Martial and Adrien Caillaudaud as the brand's new artistic directors. 

Going Platinum: Kim Kardashian made her grand entrance at Balmain's fall 2015 runway show with platinum blonde hair. Guess the icy shade is not quite out of style yet.

Sweet SpotHermès unveiled its refurbished London flagship store in the Time Life Building, managing to preserve the integrity of the iconic building while projecting the brand's reputation.

Spring Arrivals: The Arrivals debuted its outerwear collection for spring 2015, and it's both super functional and super cute. One example? Waterproof suede jackets. 

Box of Style: Rachel Zoe is the latest to get into the subscription box game. But is she relying a little too much on her name to get this thing going?

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Safe Beauty: The team at the all-natural beauty retailer Credo Beauty walks us through their process of choosing beauty brands to carry and talks product ingredient transparency. 

Label to Watch: Polish-born designer Karolina Zmarlak received a Gen Art award in college and was honored with a grant from the New York City Fashion Production Fund. Get this one on your radar, stat.

What Does The Fox Say: Maison Kitsuné founders Masaya Kuroki and Gildas Loaëc hope to see their signature fox logo in vintage stores one day alongside Ralph Lauren's and Lacoste's. Ambitious goals.

Skincare: Ever feel as though there aren't enough physicians out there who understand darker skin tones? Meet Dr. Carlos Charles, a dermatologist who recently opened up a dermatology practice in Chelsea called Derma di Colore.

Try Before You Buy: As part of its new marketing strategy, one-year-old retailer Ayr is offering home denim try-ons. Will the $1 service win it new fans?

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