Here's what's got us talking this week...
Burberry's Biodiversity Strategy
Burberry is building its pledge to become climate positive by 2040, unveiling their new biodiversity strategy at COP26 in Glasgow. The luxury brand has teamed up with The Biodiversity Consultancy to identify its biggest environmental challenges: leather, cashmere and wool. Burberry plans to source more sustainable and recycled fabrics by 2022, as well as contribute to the restoration and regeneration of natural eco systems.
Bottega Veneta Takes Over Bondi Beach
Unconventional spaces have become a key placement for statement brand wraps. Following a previous campaign that saw Bottega Veneta takeover a rooftop near LAX, the luxury label made a splash for their latest Salon 02 campaign, covering the bottom of the iconic Bondi salt water pool with campaign imagery. Clearly visible from above, the installation celebrates the recently departed Daniel Lee’s Salon 02 collection launch in stores.
Highsnobiety x Moncler's House of Genius
House of Genius boasts a partnership between Moncler and Highsnobiety, taking over the Corner Shop at Selfridges with an immersive experience dedicated to a galaxy of Moncler collaborations and collections. Curated by David Fischer, founder and CEO of Highsnobiety, the month-long pop-up includes key pieces from Moncler Genius collections, new collaborations and a selection of items exclusive to the Corner Shop.
Supreme x Tiffany & Co.
The skate brand famously known for partnering with unlikely brands has revealed their latest collaboration with luxury jewellers Tiffany & Co. The collab arrived as part of Supreme’s Fall 21 offering, taking inspiration from Tiffany & Co.’s signature designs, featuring heart pendant and oval tag pearl necklaces, bracelets, stud earrings and novelty keyrings, all adorned with Supreme’s iconic branding.
Acne Paper Relaunches
Originally launched in 2005, the Swedish publication explored the relationship between fashion, art, culture and literature. The publication drew readers into the Acne brand universe while shining a spotlight on multidisciplinary creativity. Following seven dormant years, Acne Paper will relaunch with its original editor, Thomas Persson. The publication will be sold at Acne Studios’ stores and select magazine retailers globally.
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