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Fashion moments you might have missed this week

Fashion moments you might have missed this week

We're finally getting back into the swing of things after a much-needed break, and with the first full week of 2024 has come a wealth of fashion moments and news tid-bits to share. From gorgeous new flagship store openings in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane, to gallery pop-ups, Grand Slam capsule collections and Lunar New Year campaigns – these are the fashion moments you should know about this week.


Bottega Veneta launches its Lunar New Year campaign, starring actress Shu Qi

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Directed by Jess Jing Zou, Bottega Veneta's Lunar New Year campaign shows a variety of different characters welcoming the dawn in panoramic settings. Entitled The First Sunrise with You, the campaign film is the House's fourth collaboration with Zou, and stars actress Shu Qi, who joined the House as an ambassador last October.

Find out more on Bottega Veneta's website.


Tiffany & Co. open doors to new Brisbane QueensPlaza store

Inspired by their landmark New York City store, Tiffany & Co. have opened their latest flagship in Brisbane' QueensPlaza precinct. The store, design by architect Hugh Dutton, boasts kinetic light sculptures, custom textured silk wall panels, and a blue bird wall with glass gems inspired by Jean Schlumberger’s iconic Bird on a Rock designs. The store also contains Australia’s first Elsa Peretti® gallery inspired by the legendary designer’s aesthetic and showcasing an array of her renowned and organic Tiffany & Co. designs.

Find out more about the new store on the Tiffany & Co. website.


Ralph Lauren unveils activations and pop-ups for Australian Open

As the Official Outfitter of the Australian Open, Ralph Lauren have opened their on-site retail store at Rod Laver Arena, which will carry the brand's exclusive Australian Open capsule collection, and host their Create-Your-Own Customisation Program, which is also available online, allowing shoppers to customise a range of Ralph Lauren shirts and sweatshirts with embroidered or printed initials and tennis-inspired motifs. Ralph Lauren will be holding a series of pop-up retail experiences in Sydney and Melbourne during the tournament.

You can shop the official capsule collection on Ralph Lauren's website.


Christopher Esber debut eyewear collection pop-up at Saint Cloche

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Australian label Christopher Esber are celebrating their debut eyewear collection with a pop-up at Paddington gallery Saint Cloche next weekend. The one-time residency will run from 20-21 January, and will allow guests to experience and purchase the eyewear collection IRL.

Find more details about the pop-up at Christopher Esber's website.


New Balance releases apparel with Australian Open

New Balance have released an apparel collection in collaboration with the Australian Open. The collection offers tanks, polos, skirts, shorts, jackets and more – all designed to be worn both on and off the court. The new range will be available to shop at New Balance’s retail activation at the Australian Open this month, located outside Rod Laver Arena. The range is also available to shop online, and at New Balance's Melbourne Central and Chadstone flagship stores.

You can shop the new collection on New Balance's website.


Lil Nas X creatively directs and stars in Coach's winter collection campaign

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American rapper and singer Lil Nas X has collaborated with Coach to creatively direct and star in their winer collection campaign. The special capsule collection features pieces designed by Coach and curated by Lil Nas X, referencing his individual style and sense of color to create the feeling of the collection.

You can check out the full capsule collection on Coach's website.


St Agni open flagship Melbourne and Sydney stores

Byron-based brand St Agni have opened the doors at two new flagship stores in Armadale, VIC and Paddington, NSW. Combining the brand's love of vintage and minimalist aesthetics, founders Matt and Lara Fells collaborated with Sydney-based Studio McQualter to craft the spaces. Both stores are now open to the public, giving shoppers the chance to peruse St Agni's full range of footwear, bags, accessories and ready-to-wear.

Find out more abut the new stores on the St Agni website.


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