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The Weekly Roundup

Updated: Jan 18, 2023

Here's what's got us talking this week...

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Flannels Launch Luxury Rental Offering

Flannels have launched its own luxury rental offering for women, powered by Hurr, as it looks to break down barriers in the rental market. The new service features an expansive range of women’s ready-to-wear and accessories from the likes of Area, Coperni and 16Arlington. With an initial focus on occasionwear, the Flannels edit comes just in time for the party season ahead and promises to offer a refresh each season.

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Barbour Launches Collaboration with Ganni

British heritage and lifestyle brand Barbour has launched its first collaboration with Copenhagen-based fashion label Ganni. The collaboration features a nine-piece ready-to-wear mainline collection alongside a Ganni x Barbour ‘Re-loved’ capsule featuring 50 exclusive upcycled and reworked outerwear pieces.

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Guess Unveils Collection with Graffiti by Banksy

Guess has unveiled a capsule collection for autumn/winter 2022 using iconic motifs from Banksy’s graffiti. The capsule features contemporary garments alongside unique accessories, including T-shirts, sweatshirts, dresses, denim, socks, coats and hats. Each piece mixes Banksy’s graffiti with a 'Guess attitude.'

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Saks Launches Beauty Recycling Initiative with TerraCycle

Saks is teaming up with international recycling leader TerraCycle to launch its Saks Beauty Recycling programme to give empty beauty containers a second life. The initiative will enable customers to recycle empty haircare, skincare and cosmetic packaging from all its stocked brands. All collected waste will then be sorted by category based on composition, such as plastics and metals, and consolidated and sent for processing to become new raw resources that are transformed into new products.

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Harry Styles Stars in Gucci Campaign

Gucci and Harry Styles have unveiled an all-new campaign dubbed Liberated Vanity, inspired by the concept of a dream wardrobe. Born from a shared vision of friendship, passion and play, the new Gucci HA HA HA campaign seeks to capture moments of human desire.

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