Must Read: Haider Ackermann Exits Berluti, Goop Raises $50 Million in Series C Funding

Haider Ackermann at the Fall 2018 Berluti men's show. Photo:Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images

Haider Ackermann at the Fall 2018 Berluti men’s show. Photo:Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images

These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Friday.

Haider Ackermann exits Berluti 
After just three seasons at Berluti, Haider Ackermann is leaving the French fashion house. His departure marks the latest LVMH creative director shake-up, as the luxury conglomerate announced Virgil Abloh as Kim Jones’ replacement at Louis Vuitton earlier this week. According to WWD, Ackermann’s successor will be announced soon, but some are speculating that Kris Van Assche could step into the role, following his recent departure from Dior Homme. {WWD}

Goop raises $50 million in series C funding
Goop, the luxe lifestyle brand founded by Gwyneth Paltrow, has raised $50 million in series C funding. In a press statement, the company said the new investment will fund experiential retail events and marketing efforts in Europe. In addition, Goop is planning to expand into the home category over the next few years. {Fashionista Inbox} 

Nordstrom is partnering with Allbirds on a pop-in concept shop
Digitally-native footwear brand Allbirds is partnering with Nordstrom for the department store’s revolving pop-in concept shop. The beloved wool sneaker company will sell its full product assortment of men’s and women’s styles at Nordstrom, along with shoes in five exclusive colors. Launching on Friday in Seattle, Chicago, Dallas, Austin, Los Angeles, Toronto, Vancouver and online, the pop-in shop marks the sustainable brand’s first national and international in-store retail partnership. {Fashionista Inbox}