Beauty Bloggers at Fashion Week, Vogue Starts a Fashion School, Galliano versus Dior

Posted on February 8, 2013
Photo by Thomas Leuthard via Flickr Creative Commons

Photo by Thomas Leuthard via Flickr Creative Commons

With all the breaking news happening every day at every hour, it’s easy to miss something important. We’re here to help with a beauty and fashion news roundup at the end of every week.  Rest easy, iFabbo has your back.

Starting in April, you can get your fashion degree/certificate from the Conde Nast College of Fashion and Design.  [The Independent]

John Galliano is suing Dior for firing him after his public racist melt-down – and winning.  [Fashionista]

Scientists may have discovered something to end nasty dandruff forever!  [The Beauty Brains]

GAP is now making women’s apparel up to sizes 20 and XXL.  [The Curvy Fashionista]

Gisele Bundchen is the new face of Chanel Beauty’s Les Beiges mattifying powders.  [Elle UK]

Designer, musician, photographer, Karl Lagerfeld adds another title to his burgeoning business card as the new columnist for The Wall Street Journal Magazine.  His first column covers discipline.  [Fashionista]

Skincare and nail polish are a good combination?  Crabtree & Evelyn sure think so with their new line of lacquers.  [Elle]

The EU Commission’s ban on animal testing is confirmed for March.  [Premium Beauty News]

Fashion bloggers may be front row at fashion shows but beauty bloggers rule the backstage.  [The New York Times]

Clinique’s first CC cream will hit the United Kingdom on April 26th for £28.  [Vogue UK]

When she isn’t performing her iFabbo duties, Amy runs Studio 888, her digital media agency offering freelance writing and other services. She also has a personal blog at AmyNievera.com and a shopping/beauty/fashion blog named Pintucked. When she’s not writing, Amy is cuddling her cats to death and consuming all forms of media.

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