Lifestyle Creator Chriselle Lim’s Namesake Clothing Line Arrives At Bloomingdale’s

Vlogger-fashion designer Chriselle Lim has just nabbed another major retail outlet for her namesake clothing brand. The line, which launched last September and has just unveiled its second-ever collection for Spring 2019, has rolled out to Bloomingdale’s — including select stores nationwide as well as online. Previously, the Chriselle Lim Collection was sold exclusively online via Nordstrom and Shopbop. The spring collection comprises 28 ready-to-wear pieces — including v-necks, camis, and buttoned dresses — in pastel and neutral tones, with light fabrics and flattering silhouettes, according to Lim. Sizes range from XS to XL, and prices range from $49…

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Clothing is back in fashion for the holidays. But not all retailers will benefit from the trend

David Paul Morris | Bloomberg | Getty Images A customer lifts a shopping bag at an Old Navy Inc. store in San Francisco. One takeaway from this year’s Black Friday and Cyber Monday shopping extravaganza is that there will be a lot more sweaters and coats under the tree this year. Shoppers are turning up at stores such as Lululemon, Abercrombie & Fitch, Old Navy and Urban Outfitters this holiday season to buy clothing for themselves and for others. It’s a stark contrast from the years that followed the Great…

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Samantha Cameron models her debut clothing line in Vogue as she reveals her plans to crack the British fashion industry

Since she exited Downing Street in July, speculation has been rife over what Samantha Cameron will turn her hand to next. And fans now finally have an answer, as the so-called First Lady of Fashion has just unveiled her latest venture, a clothing line, in a stunning shoot in Vogue magazine. Mrs Cameron’s label, named Cefinn, has been kept closely under wraps until now and the debut collection, which will feature 40 pieces, is to be stocked at Net-a-Porter and Selfridges as well as on its eponymous website. +5 Samantha Cameron models a…

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