Must Read: Tommy Hilfiger Returns to London for Spring 2020, Carolina Herrera Extends Sizes With 11 Honoré

Plus, is resale really as sustainable as it bills itself to be?
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Tommy Hilfiger TOMMYNOW Fall 2017 Show during London Fashion Week September 2017. 

Tommy Hilfiger TOMMYNOW Fall 2017 Show during London Fashion Week September 2017. 

These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Tuesday. 

Tommy Hilfiger returns to London for Spring 2020
Tommy Hilfiger will present its fourth Tommy x Lewis collaboration — with race car driver Lewis Hamilton — alongside the Spring 2020 Hilfiger Collection during London Fashion Week. The show will take place at the Tanks at Tate Modern on Feb. 6. The latest Tommy x Lewis range will feature fabrics sourced sustainably, including organic cotton and recycled materials, vegan leather alternatives, low-impact denim washes and miDori bioWick, a plant seed oil-based, low-carbon footprint, quick dry and wicking finishing agent. {Fashionista inbox} 

Is resale fashion's answer to a more sustainable future?
Resale might bill itself as a solution to the industry's sustainability problems, but by offering a market for unwanted items, it has the potential to encourage binge shopping, according to Business of Fashion. Put simply, people are selling used clothes so they can afford to buy new ones — which means re-commerce might not be reducing fashion's footprint as much as it could. {Business of Fashion

Ashley Graham designs wedding gowns in extended sizes for Pronovias
Ashley Graham teamed up with Pronovias on a collection of wedding gowns that will be available in sizes 0 to 34, partly inspired by her own struggle to find her perfect dress off the rack. "It's important for the bridal industry to be an advocate for inclusivity and body diversity," Graham told Vogue. "I want the Ashley Graham x Pronovias bride to feel bold, brilliant, and beautiful. I want her to be blissfully happy and confident as she embarks on this new chapter in her life." {Vogue

Kylie Cosmetics has hired a CEO
Kylie Cosmetics announced a strategic partnership with Coty Inc. at the end of 2019, and on Monday, the companies announced that they've brought on Christoph Honnefelder to serve as the chief executive officer of their joint venture. Honnefelder was most recently executive vice president for assortment and purchasing at Douglas, the European beauty retailer. According to WWDKylie Jenner and her team will continue to lead creative efforts at the business, while Coty will be in charge of portfolio development. {WWD

What to expect from fashion tech in 2020 
In 2020, industry experts predict that augmented reality, digital clothing and blockchain will continue to develop in fashion, while rental, resale and influencer marketing will grow. The technological innovations that will receive the most attention this year will be the ones that build customer loyalty. {Vogue Business

11 Honoré launches Carolina Herrera up to size 20
Luxury e-tailer 11 Honoré has joined forces with Carolina Herrera to offer an exclusive collection that will be available in sizes 14 to 20. "Carolina Herrera has been a top requested collection by our customer since launch and it also happens to be our largest investment in any single brand to date," 11 Honoré founder Patrick Herning said in a statement. The three-piece collection, which is available to shop now, features a v-neck gown with a cape, a shirt dress and an embellished caftan. {Fashionista inbox} 

How the "ladies who lunch" became the ladies who launch
In a new piece for The Cut, Maria Meltzer delves into how socialite-run, female-led boutique brands now have to be about something bigger — whether it be activism, wellness, sustainability, size inclusivity and so forth. Lingua Franca, for instance, was started by a woman with connections in the fashion world and in society, and has become the "official cashmere of resistance". {The Cut

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