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The Weekly Roundup

Updated: Jan 18, 2023

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

Burberry NFT Blankos collaboration

Burberry x Blankos Announce Minny B NFT

After a successful initial collaboration, Burberry has announced the release of their latest NFT toy, Minny B, teaming up with Mythical Games. Gamers can dress their character in TB monogram looks from the brand’s TheB Series, their new accessories drop for the season.

Lacoste A.P.C collaboration collection

Lacoste and A.P.C Join Forces

Lacoste’s traditional tennis-luxeaesthetic meets sophisticated French luxury with their recent A.P.C collaboration. The creative direction of the collection remains quintessential of both brands, yet features oversized silhouettes, inspired by a military narrative and includes a playful interpretation of both logos. Our team took to the high street to see this collaboration in stores.

Gucci Harry Styles HAHAHA collaboration

Alessandro & Harry’s Gucci HAHAHA Collection

Milan Men’s Fashion Week sees Gucci announce their latest project with brand ambassador, Harry Styles. The HAHAHA Collection, a creative collaboration between Styles and Creative Director, Alessandro Michele, draws on 1970s pop themes. The menswear collection, available from mid-October, has an elegant but adventurous look and feel, and is dubbed Styles’ ‘dream wardrobe’.

Boss Oxford Street London digital innovation

Boss’ New Flagship Destination Store

Boss opens its doors on Oxford Street, featuring both men's and womenswear, with an innovative digital approach. Interactive screens and tools allow shoppers to personalise goods, choose the best fit and ensure a faster purchase process. This 6,738 square foot retail space speaks to the importance of immersive experiences to drive consumers in store again.

Alessi Campari collaboration interior design

Alessi x Campari

These two Italian brands come together to create an interior collection, currently comprised of a mirror and lamp, drawing inspiration from Campari’s iconic bottle shapes which date back to the 1930s. The nostalgic pieces have been designed by Milan based Giulio Lacchetti and depict a 70s-come-contemporary spin on the designs.

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