Here's what's got us talking this week...
House of Rixo
Premium womenswear brand Rixo has opened its new ‘House of Rixo’ store on London’s King’s Road. The store features a bridal suite, vintage edit, brand new rental offer and repair service, alongside a 1950's inspired coffee kiosk and cocktail bar. Rixo Rental marks the brand’s commitment to sustainability, “encouraging customers to buy less and wear more.”
Netflix x Lacoste
Luxury fashion brand Lacoste has teamed up with Netflix to launch a limited-edition apparel collection inspired by some of the streaming service's hit shows, including Stranger Things, Bridgerton, The Witcher and Sex Education. The apparel and accessories collection of fan-favourite shows will reimagine Lacoste’s iconic crocodile logo.
Paul Smith Café
Inspired by the brand’s signature stripes and reimagined by Paul Smith himself, the new Paul Smith café is located within the Printemps department store in Paris. The colourful retreat is filled with artwork and vintage furniture and features a menu from Café Vert.
WWF Launches Digital Information Hub
The World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) has launched a digital information hub called ‘The Future of Business’, which offers sustainable business solutions in the form of applicable insights on topical sustainable practices. The WWF hope that it will become a driving force for the transition towards a net-zero and “nature-positive” economy.
Amsterdam Underwater Bicycle Parking Garage
Dutch design studio Wurck has finished building an underwater bicycle park next to Amsterdam's central station, which is submerged nine metres beneath the surface of its famous canals. The parking garage is connected directly to the city's metro and railway system via six escalators. The underwater space is reportedly the first of its kind in the world, providing parking for around 7,000 bikes.
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