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Daily Round Up: Xtra-Factor's Caroline Flack; Debenhams; fashion's influencers and Vente-Privée

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XTRA-FACTOR presenter Caroline Flack is the new face of Apricot Clothing’s Transformer denim range, which includes Skinny, Bootcut and Skinny Flare styles from £39 to 49 in Peachy, Juicy and Electric fits. “The Peachy fit works best for me,” Flack said.

DEBENHAMS is rolling out its H! By Henry Holland range to more than 100 stores. The collection which is in 70 branches will be extended to 26 further stores in November, and will then be expanded to 112 stores by January.

ARCADIA BOSS Sir Philip Green, John Lewis chairman Charlie Mayfield, Harrods managing director Michael Ward, ASOS chief executive Nick Robertson, Burberry boss Angela Ahrendts and chair of the BFC Harold Tillman are among London’s most influential, according to the Evening Standard’s list of the 100 Drapers will publish its own fashion top 100 on December 2.

VENTE-PRIVEE USA launches today with an event involving Paul & Joe Sister by Parisian-born designer Sophie Albou. The private sales site - a joint venture between American Express and France’s Vente-Privé - joins an increasingly crowded market.




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