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Pageantry Makes History

What do Miss America, Miss USA, Miss Teen USA, and Miss Universe all have in common in 2019? For the first time in history, they are all women of color. Kaliegh Garris won this year’s Miss Teen USA title, Nia Franklin was crowned Miss America, Cheslie Kryst won Miss USA, and Zozibini Tunzi was named Miss Universe. Considering that these same pageants did not permit women of color to compete until 1970, that’s a massive stride forward.

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(L to R) Kaliegh Garris, Nia Franklin, Cheslie Kryst, and Zozibini Tunzi | Photo: Courtesy of Getty Images
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Beyoncé Debuts New Ivy Park x Adidas Collection

Remember when Beyoncé bought back her Ivy Park shares from Topshop last year after it was uncovered that the retail giant’s parent company head, Sir Philip Green, was embroiled in a nasty #metoo scandal? We do. Ever since then, we’ve been waiting for Ivy Park’s return. This week, Queen Bey took to Instagram to unveil a new campaign for Ivy Park in collaboration with Adidas, which is set to drop on January 18, 2020.

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Photo: Courtesy of @beyoncé
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Prada Inks Beauty Deal with L’Oreal

While 2020 is right around the corner, we’re already setting our sights on 2021. Why? Because that’s when Prada’s new partnership with L’Oreal will launch. That’s right, Prada is coming for your beauty bag. Skincare, perfume, and other verticals are on their way, according to Prada CEO Patrizio Bertelli, and we couldn’t be more excited.

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Mulberry Launches First Fully Sustainable Tote

Just in time for the holidays, Mulberry has launched its new ‘Portobello’ tote for the eco-conscious. As its first 100 percent sustainable leather bag, the ‘Portobello’ cements the brand’s commitment to social and environmental responsibility. 

The bag is made entirely in the UK at carbon-neutral factories, is stitched with Epic EcoVerde thread, and has been awarded the gold standard rating by Leather Working GroupFurthermore, 100 percent of net proceeds from the sale of the bag will go to World Land Trust, a conservation charity that provides permanent protection for habitats and wildlife. And did we mention it’s also incredibly chic? Take a look. 

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