Must Read: Farfetch Launches Program to Support Underrepresented Talent, Susan Alexandra Introduces Astrology Collection

These are the stories that are making headlines in fashion on Tuesday.

New Farfetch program aims to support underrepresented talent in fashion
Farfetch introduces a new program under the Positively Farfetch initiative to support black and ethnic minority designers. Called Farfetch Futures, it aims to increase the visibility of these creatives on the retail platform through marketing, content and commercial support. The company brought in Grace Wales Bonner and her Wales Bonner collection in the spring of 2022 as a launch partner. “It’s important that designers from different cultural and traditional backgrounds are given a platform,” she says in a statement {Fashionista Inbox}

Susan Alexandra launches astrology collection
Fashion Scorpio Susan Alexandra dropped a Star Sign collection, inspired by astrology. “It was an idea I’ve been holding on to for years and now it feels like the perfect time to release the healing powers of Zodiac,” she said in a statement. “Each piece is so heavy it feels protective and sacred. People always tell me they feel safe wearing our pieces and that’s what I wanted to make – beautiful, personalized amulets.” Prices range from $108 to $198. Check out the pieces in the gallery below. {Fashionista Inbox}

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