Must Read: Jonathan Anderson Celebrates a Decade at Loewe, Nordstrom Partners With The Folklore Group

Plus, Maui Moisture donates $100,000 to PyschoHairapy.

Jonathan Anderson<p>Photo: Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images</p>
Jonathan Anderson

Photo: Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images

These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Tuesday.

Jonathan Anderson celebrates a decade at Loewe
Creative director and fashion veteran Jonathan Anderson looks back at his 10-year journey at the helm of Loewe with Elle's Véronique Hyland, who notes that Anderson's "collections often feel like chapters in a series—a JW cinematic universe of sorts." Anderson reflects on ways he changed since the pandemic: "I was a bit more closed as a designer. Probably more difficult, maybe. The pandemic helped me reconnect to myself and why I do this job." He also speaks on his inspirations, the importance of continuity and his experience as the costume designer for the upcoming film "Challengers." {Elle}

Nordstrom partners with The Folklore Group
Nordstrom and The Folklore Group have partnered up in an extension of the retail chain's commitment to working with more Black-owned and diverse brands. Nordstrom will use The Folklore Connect, a B2B e-commerce tool, to "identify and engage with wholesale fashion and lifestyle brands founded by Black, Latinx, Asian, and other people of color, as well as brands located in emerging markets," per a press release. "We are grateful for our partnership with The Folklore Group, which provides us with additional resources to discover and connect with new-to-Nordstrom brands in support of our ambitions to address marketplace equity," said Brian Roberts, vice president of brand programs at Nordstrom, in a statement. {Fashionista inbox}

Maui Moisture partners with PyschoHairapy
Maui Moisture has joined forces with PyschoHairapy, an organization that empowers hairstylists to recognize hair-based mental health issues in their clients and administer "culturally informed" services and resources. The curl-focused hair-care brand is donating $100,000 to PyschoHairapy and will work together to help Black women feel empowered through hair confidence. "I am humbled and honored to collaborate with Maui Moisture on my life's passion, using hair as an entry point into mental health care," said Dr. Afiya Mbilishaka, founder of PyschoHairapy, in a press release. "I can more confidently imagine a world where hairstylists can support clients through stressful life experiences, by building confidence in using healing words and hair products." {Fashionista inbox}

Ke Huy Quan and his stylist talk award-season fashion
For Vanity Fair, Quan and his stylist Chloe Takayanagi share how they have gotten increasingly experimental with Quan's red carpet looks by playing around with textures and colors. "I want him to still be comfortable with what he's wearing, but I want it to show his personality a little bit as well," said Takayanagi. From a plaid Thom Browne suit to a monochrome navy tuxedo, Quan is having fun with fashion — and feeling confident while doing it. {Vanity Fair}

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