Must Read: Phillip Lim and Prabal Gurung Collaborate with the AAPI Victory Fund, Bold Makeup Returns to Popularity


These are the stories making headings in fashion on Wednesday.

PhillipLim and Prabal Gurung team up with the AAPI Victory Fund
DesignersPhillip Lim and Prabal Gurung simply keep contributing to their already-impressive resumes: First there was the launch of House of Slay, a cumulative targeted at accentuating anti-Asian hate, then the statement they ‘d be creating outfits for “AmericanBorn Chinese” Now, in cooperation with the AAPI Victory Fund, they’re introducing #OurVote, a line “designed to empower and mobilize AAPI voters to the ballot box come 2022 midterm elections and beyond.” The complete cooperation will be revealed at the AAPI Victory Celebration & & Next Generation Reception on May20 {Fashionista Inbox}

Bold makeup go back to appeal
After years of the no-makeup appearance that controlled the beauty market for many years, strong designs are staging a resurgence, composes Chavie Lieber for Business of Fashion Half Magic, the brand-new brand name from “Euphoria” makeup artist Doniella Davy, is simply one wagering that consumers are all set to purchase neon-bright eye shadows and high-shine accents. {Business of Fashion}

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RecreationalHabits returns with more “tenniscore”

Great news for fans of Recreational Habit’s uber-popular tennis skirts and preppy gowns: The brand name is back for round 2 of its “tenniscore” pieces. Prices start at $80 for a tee and increase to $190 for a vest; you can store them now at Recreational Habits’ site {Fashionista Inbox}