The Weekly Roundup

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SELFRIDGES GARDEN CENTRE


Selfridges are encouraging consumers to reconnect with nature through a gardening themed pop-up space. Coined ‘Horti-couture’, brands including Prada, Ganni and Grateful Dead feature alongside a range of plants and gardening accessories curated by renowned horticulturalist Angela Maynard. The Garden Centre project offers tips on nurturing your plants while providing couture to look stylish while doing it.


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DOLCE & GABBANA POP-UP


Dolce & Gabbana has opened a traveling pop-up concept that brings Sicily to the Hamptons. The cart offers the Dolce & Gabbana brand experience by drawing from the Italian island through history, colour, and popular traditions. The concept showcases a selection of ready-to-wear and accessories across menswear, womenswear and kidswear in mini-me styles.



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STELLA McCARTNEY'S PARTYWEAR


Stella McCartney’s SS22 resort collection celebrates individuality while being united. The collection has a partywear feel, with McCartney taking inspiration from a carefree group enjoying the moment in a club. The garments have a Y2K influence with diamante finishes, neon lace and psychedelic logo prints across jersey pieces and tailored looks. True to McCartney’s sustainable initiatives, the clothing uses 71% eco-friendly materials alongside an Alter Mat vegan leather bag.



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ES DEVLIN X DIOR


Es Devlin has created a Texan landscape for Dior’s SS22 menswear show, the birthplace of the latest Dior collaborator Travis Scott. Devlin pairs horticultural heritage with a psychedelic landscape set in the Hôtel National des Invalides in Paris. Giant roses appear amongst cacti and horned skulls, reflecting the synergy between Dior’s brand heritage and contemporary collaborators.



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ENDING FUR PRODUCTION


Moose Knuckles Canada has agreed to end all its fur production by the end of 2022 to meet new environmental and social initiatives. The brand’s strategy moves towards creating a circular business model while protecting people and the planet. The brand will also halt the use of cotton, virgin polyester and virgin nylon in its garments, and mitigate all carbon emissions by the end of 2025 to show its commitment to these new initiatives.



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