The Weekly Roundup
Updated: Jan 18
Here's what's got us talking this week...
Balenciaga Launch Resale
The luxury label is partnering with tech-and-logistics platform Reflaunt to help customers sell on their old Balenciaga clothing and accessories.It will offer customers a full-service resale experience. Products can be scheduled for pick up online or dropped off at participating Balenciaga stores, where they are sent for authentication and pricing before they are photographed and listed on a network of global marketplaces.
Balmain Partners with Estée Lauder to Launch Beauty
Balmain are launching a collection of beauty products, with a focus on diversity, which Estée Lauder will help to develop, produce and sell. The aim of the collaboration is to transform the luxury and couture beauty world through exceptional design, singular craftsmanship, and an unyielding commitment to innovation.
Brad Pitt’s Genderless Skincare Line
Brad Pitt has unveiled a genderless skincare line, Le Domaine. The line is currently made up of four products, each of which is based around grape-based antioxidants, wine and oil from Pitt’s own vineyard.
Lululemon Launch Fitness Platform
Activewear brand Lululemon has revealed it will be launching a new platform dedicated to providing members with fitness content and products.Lululemon Studio will be accessible through an app, in-person experiences and via the brand’s Studio Mirror product, which already offers on demand and live-streamed classes through a subscription service.
Zara Launches New Metaverse Collection
Zara has launched a new 10-piece phygital collection called "Y2K Creatures", which mixes "cutting-edge fashion and fantasy". The collection features a vest, three sweaters, a heart shaped top, a strapless dress, a turquoise flare pant with feathers and two skirts, alongside a selection of accessories including a bag, choker, a pair of earrings, and a pair of boots.
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