Here's what's got us talking this week...
Coach Reveals Reloved Concept Store
Coach has unveiled a new concept store in London as part of its (Re)Loved programme, an initiative that focuses on building a circular ecosystem for its products. Coach's Tomorrow’s Vintage store unites upcycled, vintage, restored and remade – each of which will be present in the store across events and activations.
GymShark’s First Store in London
GymShark are opening their first store based along renowned shopping street Regent Street, London. As well as featuring the brands full range, the flagship will feature The Sweat Room, a fitness studio that offers a rotating programme of classes for the Gymshark customers. The retailer claims it will offer around 30 classes per week, five community sessions, four Open Gym sessions and a Sunday Brunch event with a guest professional each week.
Rita Ora’s Sustainable Activewear Brand Humans Being
Rita Ora is launching a sustainable activewear brand called Humans Being. The collection will offer “fashion-forward thinkers sustainable and stylish activewear designed around people and their hybrid lifestyles." Pieces take the wearer from work-out to out-out with versatile design at the fore.
Rave Review Unveils Collection with Škoda
Swedish upcycling fashion brand Rave Review has collaborated with Czech car manufacturer Škoda on an exclusive clothing collection partly made from scrapped cars. The range uses car seats, seat belts and fabrics from vintage kilts and blankets to create fashionable utilitarian style jackets, trousers and accessories.
Selfridges Launches Rental Service for Kidswear
Selfridges has extended its rental service with the new launch its first kidswear rental collection. The curated edit spans occasion-wear, outerwear, streetwear and accessories. Brands included in the service comprise of Off-White and Kenzo, while sizes will range from six months to 16 years.
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