Must Read: Goop Taps Editor-in-Chief From 'Allure,' Kering and London College of Fashion Launch Online Sustainability Course

Plus, meet the next generation of womenswear labels creating buzz in London.
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Plus, meet the next generation of womenswear labels creating buzz in London.
Photo: @goop/Instagram

Photo: @goop/Instagram

These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Wednesday.

Goop taps editor-in-chief from Allure 
After experiencing significant growth in 2017, Gwyneth Paltrow's Goop Magazine is amping up its editorial team. On Wednesday, the company announced that Danielle Pergament, formerly executive editor at Allure, would take the top spot on its masthead, effective immediately. As editor-in-chief, Pergament will report to Elise Loehnen, Goop's chief content officer, and oversee all editorial content published online and in the print publication. The lifestyle brand has also hired InStyle's style director Ali Pew as fashion director and Anne Keane, Lucky magazine's former fashion director, as fashion strategy director. {Business of Fashion

Kering teams up with London College of Fashion to launch online sustainability course
Kering has linked up with London College of Fashion to launch a six-week sustainability online course, titled "Fashion and Sustainability: Understanding Luxury Fashion in a Changing World." The certificate program was developed by Kering's sustainability experts as well as professors from the London school, and it will explore both the theoretical aspects of sustainability as well as the real-life business cases that luxury brands face. {Business of Fashion}

Meet the next generation of womenswear labels creating buzz in London
This February, a new crop of British designers proved that London is no longer a pit stop on the fashion month calendar. Instead, a flock of emerging womenswear labels delivered innovative, groundbreaking designs that reinvigorated the once-tired fashion capital. Get to know these rising sartorial talents generating buzz both in and outside of Buckingham Palace. {Business of Fashion

"The Handmaid's Tale," "The Crown," and "I, Tonya" win Costume Designer's Guild Awards
The 20th Annual Costume Designer Guild Awards took place on Tuesday night, and the television series and films to go home with top honors are as follows: "I, Tonya" for Excellence in Contemporary Film, "The Handmaid's Tale" for Excellence in Contemporary TV, "The Crown" for Excellence in Period Television, "Wonder Woman" for Excellence in Sci-Fi/Fantasy Film and more. {Deadline}

Cosmetic companies are capitalizing on "active beauty" 
The rise of fitness influencers and society's growing tendency to document our every waking breaths — and planks — have beauty brands jumping at the opportunity to help us look more Insta-ready at all times. There are currently cosmetic companies creating products that can withstand sweat and keep you looking fresh, highlighted and contoured while you're doing whatever in the gym that keeps you #fab, #fit and #fun. {Glossy}

Reformation releases a new denim collection
Reformation came out with its first line of sustainable jeans back in October, but the eco-Insta-babe brand dropped its latest denim installment on Wednesday, and it's loaded with delectable, vintage-inspired pieces: There are high-waisted flares, jumpsuits, cheeky cut-offs, pinstriped skirts, retro tees and more. You can shop the 26-piece collection on Reformation's website, and get a preview of some of the pieces below. {Fashionista inbox}

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