Here's what's got us talking this week...
Glossier's New Miami Store
Glossier has opened a store in Miami depicting a tropical oasis with hot pink pops that reflect Miami’s electric nightlife. The in-store stucco dome features an underwater room in soft blue gradients with a circular wet bar where visitors can test the brand’s skincare range. In celebration of its launch, shoppers can purchase the Glossier Miami beach bag in-store and Glossier will donate $5 USD to Radical Partners, a social impact foundation that invests in local communities.
Universal Standard's Inclusive Sizing
Universal Standard has launched its first underwear line in 22 sizes across three silhouettes. Sizes range from 00 to 40 as the brand attempts to make each consumer feel considered and seen. The underwear blends comfort and functionality suited to everyday wear across black, nude and white colourways and is crafted from sustainable, moisture-wicking fabrics.
Adidas By Stella McCartney x Arsenal Women
Arsenal has launched a collaboration in partnership with Adidas and Stella McCartney in celebration of women in sport. The travel wear capsule features ten pieces for the Arsenal women’s team and gender-neutral pre-match jerseys for both the men’s and women’s teams. The range is bold and expressive and is made with organic cotton and recycled materials in a drive to end plastic waste.
Mercedes-Benz x A$AP Rocky
Mercedes-Benz and A$AP Rocky have announced their second collaboration, launching a capsule comprising gender-neutral fashion and lifestyle pieces from pullovers and trousers to baseball caps and bags. The collection merges Rocky’s distinct 90s aesthetic with Mercedes’ design heritage in a blend of cars, music and streetwear, inspiring creative expression in the modern day.
Louis Vuitton's Pop-Up Restaurant
Louis Vuitton has unveiled its latest venture into the hospitality industry with its new restaurant pop-up at its Seoul flagship. The restaurant, located on the fourth-floor cultural space of the flagship, will be overseen by French chef Pierre Sang Boyer, known for fusing Korean and French cuisines. The launch follows Vuitton’s LV café opening in Tokyo, emphasising the blend of retail and hospitality.
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