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Must Read: Chanel Is Launching Makeup for Men, Meghan Markle's Givenchy Wedding Dress Is Going on Display

Plus, a new online platform focuses on bringing fast fashion to Africa.
Boy De Chanel products. Photo: Courtesy of Chanel 

Boy De Chanel products. Photo: Courtesy of Chanel 

These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Tuesday. 

Chanel is launching makeup for men
Chanel is launching its first-ever line of makeup for men, called Boy De Chanel. This new cosmetics range, which will debut globally in November, will contain an eyebrow pencil in four shades, a lightweight formula foundation in eight shades and a matte lip balm. {Fashionista inbox} 

Meghan Markle's Givenchy wedding dress is going on display
Meghan Markle's Givenchy wedding gown will soon go on display at Windsor Castle, reports The Daily Express. The dress, designed by Clare Waight Keller, will be the centerpiece of a public exhibition. Royal sources told The Daily Express that the piece will be on display by the end of this year. {The Daily Express

New online platform focuses on bringing fast fashion to Africa 
Jessica Anuna is a 26-year-old British entrepreneur of Nigerian descent who is hoping to bring fast fashion to the growing African millennial consumer by launching, a global fashion e-commerce platform. Klasha, which launches this week, offers an assortment of 300 stock keeping units of private-label women's ready-to-wear along with a selection of beauty products. Most of the clothing is manufactured in the U.S., but with warehouses in Nigeria and the U.K., Anuna promises to deliver within one to five days in her target markets: Nigeria, Ghana, Senegal and the Ivory Coast. {WWD

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Brands are adjusting their strategies to keep up with China's growing running trend
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Glamour expands on its annual Women of the Year Awards
Glamour's Women of the Year Awards will be more accessible to the public than ever before thanks to lower ticket prices, a new day of "experiences" for consumers and a weekend schedule. In the past, the night-of event was preceded by a daylong summit of panels, but this year, ticket holders will also be able to participate in various programs taking place around the city, including a shopping excursion with the "Sex and the City" costume designer Patricia Field and a class on cryptocurrency. {Business of Fashion

Artists interpret fall's best clothes 
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