Updated: Jun 17
Here's what's got us talking this week...
Farfetch Cashing in on Cryptocurrency
With many brands now offering cryptocurrency payments options, Farfetch is the latest luxury e-tailer to follow suit. The multi-brand label is set to expand their white-labelled crypto payment technology, Farfetch Platform Solutions, to service other retailers as the luxury industry continues to develop.
Loubi's on the Beach
Old school beach café meets luxury holiday with Christian Louboutin’s new summer pop-up at Selfridges, London. The interactive retail space is stocked with the latest capsule, Greekaba, as well as exclusive pieces and, of course, a sea of red bottom heels. Loubi’s on the Beach will be open all month.
Stella's Wallpaper for the Future
Debuting at Salone Del Mobile in Milan, Stella McCartney’s ‘Fungi Forest’ Cole & Son’s wallpaper combines sustainable design and creativity. This mushroom inspired repeat print, taken from her latest collection, is a new take on traditional wallpaper design, reworking the classic toile de jouy stylewith a focus on the forest floor.
Bottega Veneta's Slow Fashion Approach
Popularised by their statement monochromatic leather goods, Bottega Veneta’s approach to sustainable fashion sees the brand offer bags from older collections, encouraging the sale of their already manufactured goods. The Italian label is committed to creating archival items to last a lifetime,championing the slow fashion movement.
Fashion Nova's NovaBeauty
American megabrand, Fashion Nova, has announced its expansion into the beauty world with NovaBeauty. Desgined to follow the footsteps of their successful quick turnaround fast-fashion model, NovaBeauty is set to offer the very latest beauty trends at an attractive price tag for consumers.
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