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The Weekly Roundup

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

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Marks & Spencer Adds Breast Cancer Guidance to Fitting Rooms

Marks & Spencer will be rolling out signage to fitting rooms across the country offering guidance on the symptoms of breast cancer. The signs will be introduced to over 1,500 fitting rooms in every cubicle of both the women’s and lingerie departments across 110 UK stores. The initiative builds on the partnership between the retailer and the charity organisation Breast Cancer Now.

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Miu Miu X New Balance Announce New 574 Colourways

Miu Miu and New Balance have announced that they will be continuing their footwear collaboration with the launch of three new colourways. The new iterations of the classic 574 silhouette consist of fringed blue, marble-effect cognac denim and blanched white leather hues. The new sneakers will revolve around the concept of reinvention, merging New Balance’s retro design with Miu Miu’s raw-edged aesthetic.

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H&M Announces Mugler Collaboration

As part of the Spring 23 collection, French luxury house Mugler is the latest label to collaborate with H&M. Since 2008, H&M has created a repertoire of collaborations with luxury fashion labels, including Comme des Garcons, Maison Margiela, Jimmy Choo, Versace, Marni, Isabel Marant and Balmain. Their latest collection with Mugler, designed by creative director Casey Cadwallader, will be available to shop in-store and online through

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Gucci Launches Circular Hub in Italy

Gucci and Kering are launching an innovation platform that will aim to accelerate the circular transformation of the Italian fashion industry's production model. Covering everything from raw materials and design to production optimisation and logistics, the Circular Hub will support the creation of products that maximise the use of recycled materials, durability and recyclability. The initiative aligns with Italy’s National Recovery and Resilience Plan, a strategy linked to the EU’s 2030 emissions reduction targets.

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Ed Sheeran X Heinz

Heinz have announced their newest collaboration with Ed Sheeran as they co-create the ketchup of hot sauces, taking its name from Ed Sheeran’s childhood nickname, Tingly Ted’s. Having previously promoted the product in an advert back in 2019, this was a natural progression for the musician, who has a famous Heinz ketchup tattoo. Tingly Ted’s is the latest insight-led innovation from Kraft Heinz as it continues to grow its Taste Elevation platform around the world, expanding into new categories and channels to fuel its transformation.

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