The Weekly Roundup

Updated: Sep 16

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

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Supreme x Nike ACG


The collaboration between Supreme and Nike ACG launched globally on 15th September. The collection, comprised of pullovers, pants, shorts, jerseys, short-sleeve tops and 6-panel caps, is set to accompany Supreme’s autumn winter 2022 Week 3 drop.


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Patagonia Boss Gives Company to Charitable Trust


The billionaire founder of the outdoor fashion retailer Patagonia says he has given away his company to a charitable trust. Yvon Chouinard said that under a new ownership structure, any profit not reinvested in running the business would go to fighting climate change. Patagonia sells hiking and other outdoor clothing in over 10 countries, with profits amounting to around £87m a year.


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Christian Cowan Unveils Collaboration with Crocs


British fashion designer Christian Cowan unveiled a collaboration with global footwear brand Crocs during his spring summer 2023 catwalk show during NYFW. The limited-edition collection will feature three styles that feature the designer’s signature bold aesthetic.


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Stella McCartney Launches Rental Babywear


Stella McCartney has launched its babywear range on rental subscription service Bundlee. Bundlee’s subscription model allows parents to save up to £700 a year on their children’s clothing, while minimising their carbon footprint. Renters will now have access to the Stella McCartney baby range between 0-24 months.


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VOGUE World 2022


In celebration of Vogue’s 130th anniversary, the publishing house staged a first-of-its-kind fashion show and street fair as part of NYFW. The event brought together the biggest fashion names in the world including Balenciaga, Dior, Gucci, Valentino and Burberry along with a major celebrity guest list, both in the front row and on the runway.


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Uniqlo Launch Space for Clothing Repairs and Remaking


Uniqlo has opened a dedicated area for repairing and remaking used clothing in its London Regent Street store. The initiative, titled Re:Uniqlo Studio, aims to keep Uniqlo items in circulation for a longer lifespan, with alterations and tailoring services available alongside further customisation options, such as resizing, mending and hemming.


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