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Must Read: Harlem's Fashion Row Collaborates With HSN, Bernadette Launches Bridal Collection

From left to right: Undra Duncan, Brandice Daniel, Rob Robilliard and Megan Smith

Photo: Sabrina Steck/HSN

These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Thursday.

Harlem’s Fashion Row collaborates with HSN on capsule collections
Harlem’s Fashion Row and HSN teamed up on two exclusive collections designed with Megan Renee and Undra Celeste that will be unveiled on on Jan. 25 and on live television on Feb. 1. After working closely with Harlem’s Fashion Row founder Brandice Daniel, Megan Renee’s nine-piece collection features prints embodying strength and confidence while Undra Celeste’s 10-piece collection includes modern workwear intended to empower women to feel authentically themselves. The collections range in price from $49.95 to $189.95. See them below. {Fashionista inbox}

Harlem’s Fashion Row x HSN

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Bernadette launches bridal collection
Bernadette, an Antwerp-based label from mother-and-daughter duo Bernadette and Charlotte de Geyter, launched a bridal collection on its e-shop on Thursday. Crafted with materials such as taffeta, silk velvet, silk satin and heavy crepe, Bernadette’s bridal line includes dresses in a blend of classic shapes and innovative designs as well as embroidered veils and gloves. See the collection, ranging in price from $500-$2,200, below. {Fashionista inbox}

Bernadette David Coat, $1,451, available here (sizes 34-46)

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LVMH sales rise 5.5% in Q4
After the market close on Thursday, LVMH said organic sales for its key fashion and leather goods division rose 9% and overall group sales rose 5.5% in Q4. LVMH’s organic sales rose in line with market expectations, “confirming a normalization of growth rates even as the world’s biggest luxury group reported record full-year revenues for 2023,” WWD‘s Joelle Diderich reported. This increase was fueled by LVMH’s selective retailing and perfume and cosmetics divisions. {WWD/paywalled}

ChapStick is being acquired for $430 million
Private equity firm Yellow Wood Partners is adding ChapStick to its brand portfolio after purchasing it from consumer health company Haleon for $430 million. Haleon said ChapStick generated £112 million in revenue in 2023. “While ChapStick is a great brand, much loved by consumers around the world, it is not a core focus for Haleon,” Brian McNamara, chief executive officer of Haleon, said in a statement. “Selling the brand allows us to simplify our business and pay down debt more quickly. We’re confident the brand will continue to thrive under its new ownership.” {WWD/paywalled} 

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