Weekly Roundup

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


coach opens vintage concept store


Coach Open Vintage Concept Store


Coach has opened its first vintage concept store in Singapore, showcasing the brand’s timeless style. The pop-up features Debi the Restorer, highlighting the brand’s commitment to long-lasting products. The Craftmanship Bar by embroiderer Zoey Wong, and artist Tiffany Lovage, will offer monogram and customisation services to reimagine classic designs.



gucci x the savoy collaboration


Gucci x The Savoy


In celebration of a century, the luxury label has collaborated with The Savoy to remodel the hotel’s Royal Suite. The interiors stay true to Alessandro Michele’s maximalist aesthetic, using furnishings from Gucci’s homeware collection. The suite will also incorporate complimentary art and antiquities from auctioneer Christie’s.



Hermes school of know-how


The Hermès School of Know-How


Hermès has opened the École Hermès des savoir-faire teaching about leatherworking and craftsmanship, highlighting the value of nurturing talent. The luxury fashion house has observed an increased demand for leather goods, prompting a need to expand production, paving the way for the future by passing down knowledge and skills to over 200 recruits of varying skill levels



oxford street sustainability


Oxford Street Launches Sustainability Campaign


This month Oxford Street is spotlighting sustainability with a campaign highlighting positive change across 30 high street brands. The Oxford Street ‘Beyond Now’ campaign will feature brands like Selfridges, Nike Town, Urban Outfitters and John Lewis as they showcase their sustainable offerings, including the sale of pre-loved pieces, renewal services and garment recycling.



farfetch pre-order service miu miu clothing


Farfetch Unveils Pre-Order Service


Farfetch has launched a pre-order initiative aiming to tackle overproduction in the fashion industry. This service will allow customers to order from designers before the products being available to buy. The long-term plan is for the service to be pre-produced so that customers order before the clothing is manufactured for a more sustainable approach.



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