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Must Read: Kim Kardashian Collaborates With Charlotte Tilbury on Lipstick, Yeezy Boosts Sold for $10,100 on eBay

Plus, can customization drive a successful beauty business?

These are the stories making headlines in fashion this Wednesday.

Kim Kardashian gets her own lipstick
As part of Charlotte Tilbury's "Hot Lips" lipsticks collection, Kim Kardashian lent her name to a pale nude/pink  shade called "Kim KW." Other collaborators (12 in total) include Salma Hayek, Emily Ratajkowski and Helena Bonham-Carter. The collection will launch June 27 and for the first two months of the launch, a donation of £1 (approximately $1.41) from every lipstick will go towards Women For Women. {Vogue UK}

Nixon to debut its first smartwatch
Nixon will roll out the $400 Mission watch — its first smartwatch — later this year. Targeted towards action sports enthusiasts, the watch will allow users to track (among other things) physical activity in the water and mountains, as well as surf and snow conditions. {WWD}

Someone spent $10,000 on Yeezy Boost 350s 
On Tuesday, a pair of black Yeezy Boost 350s — a style that was rereleased on Feb. 19 — sold for $10,100 on eBay. The starting price? $225. {Footwear News}

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Laurel Pantin joins The Coveteur as editorial director
Laurel Pantin, formerly the senior fashion editor at Sweet, will now be joining The Coveteur as its editorial director. Prior to Sweet, Pantin served as the style editor of Lucky. {WWD}

Can customization drive a successful beauty business?
Thanks to the Internet and the millennial generation, customized beauty has been on the rise — but can it actually succeed in the long run? As Bite Beauty founder Susanne Langmuir notes, "The ability to create a profitable business model that starts from scratch with every single client is incredibly daunting." {Business of Fashion}

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