Must Read: Vionnet to Reboot as a Sustainable Brand, Topshop Beauty Will Return in November

Plus, Tommy Hilfiger unveils Fall 2018 campaign for adaptive clothing collection.
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A look from Vionnet's Fall 2018 collection. Photo: Marco Bertorello/AFP/Getty Images

A look from Vionnet's Fall 2018 collection. Photo: Marco Bertorello/AFP/Getty Images

Vionnet to reboot as a sustainable brand 
Vionnet chairwoman and creative director Goga Ashkenazi is paving a new course for the brand rooted in social responsibility. Ashkenazi plans to focus on sustainability and transform Vionnet into an eco-friendly brand by completely reorganizing its production in Italy and developing relationships with artisans. As a part of its restructuring, Vionnet will no longer present during the traditional fashion weeks, and will instead focus on "conceptual collections transcending fashion and its fixed schedules," Ashkenazi told WWD. {WWD

Topshop beauty will return in November 
Topshop is bringing back its makeup line this November. Based on customer feedback, the retailer reformulated, repackaged and expanded its original range to create long-lasting products that are designed to suit all skin types. The makeup line spans everything from eyelid primers to highlighters and more than 83 different lip products and certified as cruelty-free under the Leaping Bunny Program. {Vogue U.K.

Tommy Hilfiger unveils Fall 2018 campaign for adaptive clothing collection 
Tommy Hilfiger released a one minute campaign video (below) to coincide with the launch of its Fall 2018 adaptive clothing collection. Centered around the theme of independence and harnessing the power within every individual, the campaign was directed by James Rath, who was born legally blind, and stars a cast of individuals with various disabilities. {Fashionista inbox} 

Chanel Tribeca celebrates women in film at annual Tribeca luncheon 
On Tuesday, Chanel and the Tribeca Film Institute brought together a hundred trailblazing women in entertainment to celebrate filmmaking and to kickoff the annual "Through Her Lens" women's filmmaker program. Courtney Cox, Melissa Leo, Uzo Aduba, Samira Wiley, Zosia Mamet, Katie Holmes, Hailey Gates, Audrey Gelman, Ella Hunt and others were all present and draped in head-to-toe Chanel at the luncheon. You can see their looks in the gallery below. {Fashionista inbox} 

ASOS reports stronger-than-expected profit and plans to grow its genderless offering
ASOS beat forecasts with a 28 percent increase in 2017-18 profit. Retail sales rose 26 percent to $3.1 billion, with growth of 23 percent in the U.K. and 27 percent overseas. Now the retailer is looking to capture sales from members of Generation Z with a new genderless offering. ASOS partnered with various influencers to help market and develop the line, which in its first week of sales became the number four brand out of 850 ASOS labels. {Business of Fashion 

Maison Kitsuné aims to generate €100 million in sales with big expansion plan 
Gildas Loaëc, co-founder and creative director of Maison Kitsuné, told Business of Fashion that the company aims to generate €100 million in annual revenue within the next five years. To achieve this, the founders have an ambitious plan to tap the Asian market, starting this Friday with the opening of a flagship in Seoul. The company is also planning to launch a genderless sister line in mid-November and to open the first-ever Hotel Kitsuné in Bali by 2020. {Business of Fashion

The impact of South Asian and Middle Eastern influencers on the beauty industry
As the conversations around skin tone and shade range become more integral to beauty companies' strategies, there's been a higher demand for South Asian, Middle Eastern and mixed-race beauty influencers. In a new piece for Glossy, Priya Rao speaks to a number of brands and agencies to see how diverse beauty influencers and creators are impacting the larger beauty industry. {Glossy

Soko Glam founder launches new skin-care line
Charlotte Cho, esthetician and founder of Soko Glam, has just launched Then I Met You, a "premium" direct-to-consumer skin-care line focused on "a meaningful experience" and quality ingredients. The range is rooted in the Korean concept of jeong, which is cultivated by taking the time to develop deep emotional bonds with the people, places and things that matter most. Cho's debut product is a cleansing duo, which includes an oil cleanser and a water-based gel cleanser that can be purchased separately for $38 and $36 or as a pair for $68. {Fashionista inbox} 

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