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Weekly Roundup

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

miaou club-inspired womenswear collection

Miaou's Club-Inspired Collection

Following Stella McCartney’s SS22 partywear collection, sustainable fashion brand Miaou has dropped a rave club-inspired collection, getting us in the mood for the party season ahead. The holiday collection comprises corsets, dresses, exposed thongs, sheer fabrics and micro bra tops, all adorned in statement prints, catering to the post-pandemic partywear resurgence.

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Facebook Focuses on the Metaverse

Facebook plans to change its name in the upcoming weeks as the company focuses on paving the way for the metaverse, enhancing the platform with augmented reality and digital avatars. This rebrand follows a scandalous year of leaked internal documents and company scrutiny, with some claiming the name change is a purposeful distraction. What do you think?

farfetch private label

Farfetch Launches Private Label

Farfetch has launched its first private label There Was One, exclusively sold through Farfetch’s website. The womenswear collection is a range of elevated essentials in planet-conscious styles incorporating organic materials and upcycled yarns, focusing on longevity.

H&M blockchain rental service

H&M's Blockchain Rental Service

H&M has collaborated with circular fashion company Lablaco to launch a new rental service, Spin, in their Berlin store using blockchain technology to digitalise the circular fashion process. Customers will be able to collect their desired products from the store and scan their rented garments to track its journey, while uploading their own images to add to its memories, forming a unique community base.

stella mccartney psychedelic store

Stella McCartney's Psychedelic Celebration

Following last week’s coverage of the Stella Shared 3 collaboration collection, Stella McCartney’s Old Bond flagship has been transformed into an immersive experience in collaboration with designer Ed Curtis. The store is plastered with psychedelic graffiti graphics and whimsical props mimicking the bold collection that the store is centred around. In-store there are also hands-on experiences, including a nail pop-up by Kure Bazaar.

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