Plus, Mejuri expands into handbags and Poshmark goes live.
It’s official: Anne Hathaway is a Versace icon
Is anyone more iconic than Amelia Mignonette Grimaldi Thermopolis Renaldi, Princess of Genovia (discounting her grandmother)? We think not. So it makes perfect sense that Anne Hathaway, the actress who portrayed the famed character in the Princess Diaries, is the star of Versace Icons, the new campaign and capsule from the Italian brand. Corsets are at the heart of the collection but think of the assortment as elevated essentials with clean lines, hourglass silhouettes and timeless bags.
Mejuri gets into the handbag game with Luar
Mejuri has been part of a lot of collabs over the years, but none of them have looked quite like this. The Canadian jewellery brand has teamed up with CFDA Accessories Designer of the Year and LVMH semifinalist Luar to create a collection of white enamel earrings and bags. Perfect for summer fun, we recommend pairing these wares with a floaty summer dress and creamy sandals.
Windows at Tiffany & Co. is the next book to add to your coffee table
Is there anything better than window shopping? We certainly don’t think so, especially when that window belongs to Tiffany’s. Previously released in 2018 as an Assouline Ultimate tome, Windows at Tiffany & Co. is an updated edition with an epilogue by the creative director of the Tiffany windows, Christopher Young. Expect never-before-seen sketches, archival documents, and behind-the-scenes imagery.
Poshmark goes live
Resale is levelling up thanks to Poshmark. This week the platform launched Posh Shows, a “live shopping product” that enables people to live stream on Poshmark. While the initiative was introduced to make online shopping more social, Posh Shows also allows sellers to have auctions in real-time, where they can quickly move through their inventory à la Storage Wars.
H&M Move launches a captured carbon emissions capsule collection
Since its launch, H&M Move has always looked for the next big thing in sportswear. Now with the help of LanzaTech, it’s found it. On April 6, the Scandinavian retailer dropped a jumpsuit, a top and a pair of tights made of LanzaTech CarbonSmart™ polyester. According to the press release, what makes the material so great is that it’s created by “capturing carbon emissions from steel mills, trapping them in bioreactors and converting them into the same building blocks that conventional polyester is made of.” Athletic clothing that has a positive environmental impact and looks good, too? Consider us sold.