Fashion News Alert: Swarovski x SKIMS, Edward Enninful Signs with WME, and Goodbye David Renne

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SKIMS continues to expand and develop new audiences. Its latest expansion includes a collaboration with Swarovski.

This latest SKIMS collaboration includes a new collection of body jewelry, intimates, and ready-to-wear. ​”It’s been a dream since I joined Swarovski to create a first- ever collaboration with Skims that furthers the art of self-expression,” said Giovanna Engelbert, creative director of Swarovski, as reported in “Our collection is a celebration of the body, and of strong, independent women who value their individuality and embrace life with confidence and style.”

The jewelry pieces that are a part of this collection are bedazzled pieces that can be layered over or under clothing. The SKIMS undergarments are styled with jewelry pieces which includes chokers, necklaces, and bracelets.

“For this collaboration, we really wanted to celebrate individual creativity and bring more glamour into getting dressed every day,” said Kim Kardashian. “The pieces are so dreamy, and we loved integrating the iconic crystal cuts into my favorite Skims pieces. We can’t wait for everyone to love Swarovski x SKIMS as much as I do.’’

The Swarovski x SKIMS collection launched globally earlier this week at the new Swarovski Flagship Store on Fifth Avenue and online via Skims e-commerce store.

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Enninful looks beyond fashion

Departing British Vogue editor-in-chief Edward Enninful has signed with William Morris Endeavor (WME). Enninful served as editor-in-chief at British Vogue for six years and was the first black person to serve as editor-in-chief at any of the Vogue magazines.

Enninful will continue to work for Conde Nast in the capacity of editorial advisor at British Vogue and content and cultural advisor at Vogue. Enninful’s memoir A Visible Man was published in 2022.

WME will work to bring Enninful’s creative visions to life. The agency will also handle the film/TV rights for A Visible Man.

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Ciao, David

David Renne, creative director of Moschino, has passed away. Renne has just begun his post at Moschino on November 1.

“There are no words to describe the pain we are experiencing at this dramatic time. Davide joined us only a few days ago, when a sudden illness took him from us too soon. We still can’t believe what happened,” chairman Massimo Ferretti said in a statement, as reported in Ferretti added that Renne was “loved and respected,” and lamented that he had just started with the house filled with ambition, enthusiasm, and optimism for the future.

For 20 years, Renne has worked as a dedicated member of the Gucci creative team, working as the head of womenswear during Alessandro Michele tenure at Gucci. Rennie was due to show his inaugural collection at Moschino in February 2024.

On his appointment as creative director of Moschino, Massimo Ferretti said, “We are confident that he will play a pivotal role in shaping the future of Moschino, a global house with an Italian heart.” Rennie would have been the fourth creative director of Moschino.

David Rennie died of a heart attack. He was 46 years old.

—William S. Gooch

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