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Must Read: Farfetch Expands Into Beauty, Kristen Stewart Lands Another Chanel Campaign

And Kylie Jenner has revealed her next Lip Kit shade.
Kristen Stewart at Chanel's resort 2016 runway show. Photo: Chung Sung-Jun/Getty Images

Kristen Stewart at Chanel's resort 2016 runway show. Photo: Chung Sung-Jun/Getty Images

These are the stories making headlines in fashion this Tuesday.

Kristen Stewart is the new face of Chanel's makeup line
Chanel muse Kristen Stewart, who starred in the brand's 2013 Métiers d'Art campaign and the short film "Once and Forever," will next be the face of the brand's makeup line, with the first campaign images bowing in March. {WWD}

Farfetch will enter beauty and kids wear
Online marketplace Farfetch will launch beauty for the first time on Feb. 29 with newly signed boutique Space NK Apothecary, offering skin care, hair care, makeup and male grooming products. Among the brand's new kids wear offerings, set to debut on March 1, are Stella McCartney Kids, London-based brand Hucklebones, Caramel Baby, Roksanda and Burberry Kids. {Fashionista inbox}

Kylie Jenner announces next Lip Kit color
To announce her second lip color shade, a bright matte red, Kylie Jenner posed in a red bra and panty set, as well as a red pleather dress. Sigh. {Instagram}

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Rachel Zoe expands her role in the beauty biz
Blowout salon DreamDry, waxing service provider Spruce & Bond and makeup studio Pucker have merged to form Hudson Blvd Group. Rachel Zoe, who co-founded DreamDry, has been named the creative director of the new group. Remember when she was just a celebrity stylist? {WWD

Charlie Rose wore the Cam Newton Versace pants
On Sunday, Caroline Panthers quarterback Cam Newton caused a stir by wearing a pair of bright gold and zebra Versace pants. And on Monday's "CBS This Morning," Gayle King essentially dared Charlie Rose to wear them the following day. Surprisingly, he did. {CBS}

Rachel Comey to present her fall/winter 2016 collection in LA
Rachel Comey will forego New York Fashion Week, and instead present her fall/winter 2016 collection in Los Angeles in late March to support the opening of her first boutique there in April. While Comey plans to stick to her usual dinner-theatre style for the presentation, this time around, she'll incorporate current-season pieces that will be up for purchase the following day. {Business of  Fashion}

Public School hires president
Anthony Landereau, formerly the vice president of global sales for women's accessories at Marc Jacobs International, has been named president of Dao-Yi Chow and Maxwell Osborne's Public School. Landereau has also worked at Saks Fifth Avenue, Kenzo and Polo Ralph Lauren. {WWD}

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