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5 Fashion moments you may have missed this week

What's in fashion this week? Rihanna stars in Pharrell's first Louis Vuitton menswear campaign following his titanic debut, Tiffany & Co makes climate-positive pledges, and more fashion moments, below...


Rihanna stars in Pharrell's first Louis Vuitton Menswear campaign

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In his first campaign for Louis Vuitton, Pharrell Williams ignites his vision for the Maison with the new Speedy: an adaptation of the emblematic Speedy bag contextualised in imagery featuring Rihanna, and photographed by Keizō Kitajima and Martine Syms. The proposal – released days after his debut show – expands on the foundation for the Men’s Creative Director’s practice at Louis Vuitton.

It represents the union of two everyday icons: a luxury bag founded in codes of reality, embodied by an artist of universal human appeal. The campaign was styled by Cynthia Lu and Matthew Henson, both long-time collaborators of Pharrell Williams. In the lead-up to the show, a campaign teaser graced the façade of Musée d’Orsay.


Tiffany & Co. Becomes the First Luxury Jeweller to Receive SBTi Approval on Net-Zero Emissions Target

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Tiffany & Co. has become the first luxury jeweller to receive approval from the Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi) on its net-zero emissions target. This validation confirms that the targets Tiffany & Co. has set to reach net-zero emissions by 2040 are based on the latest climate science and meet the urgent need to keep warming to 1.5°C in line with the Paris Agreement. SBTi has verified Tiffany & Co.’s long-term target to achieve net-zero greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions across its own operations (Scope 1 and 2) and supply chain (Scope 3) by 2040 in accordance with the Science Based Targets initiative’s (SBTi) Net-Zero Standard.

Tiffany & Co. has also received approval from SBTi on its 2030 near-term greenhouse gas reduction target. By 2030, Tiffany & Co. pledges to reduce Scope 1 and 2 emissions 70% against a 2019 baseline. Tiffany & Co. has also committed to reducing Scope 3 emissions 40% by 2030 against its 2019 baseline. The House is on track to meet both these targets, having achieved 33% reductions in both Scope 1 and 2 as well as Scope 3 in 2022. This near-term target will be a significant milestone towards Tiffany & Co.’s net-zero target, which will include a 90% reduction of Scope 1, 2 and 3 emissions by 2040. The remaining 10% of emissions is planned to be neutralized by high-quality carbon removals through Tiffany & Co.’s expanded investments in nature-based solutions.


Celine debuts Winter 23 film


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The Celine 18 Men’s Winter 2023 show took place at the legendary Le Palace in Paris. A location dear to Hedi Slimane, that he frequented most nights during his youth starting from the age of 16, Le Palace remains a sentimental place that triggered his future as a couturier and where he celebrated his 50th surprise birthday party in 2018.

Originally built as a theatre dance hall in the 17th century, but also known for its years as a nightclub, in 1978 Le Palace was taken over by renowned impresario Fabrice Emaer, who reanimated the Paris nightlife at the time. It was one of the first nightlife venues where a variety of communities could mix freely with exuberance, attracting the likes of Yves Saint Laurent, Grace Jones, Prince, Karl Lagerfeld, Andy Warhol, Serge Gainsbourg, Mick Jagger, Jerry Hall and many more who enjoyed masked balls and live performances before making their way to the basement to Le Privilège private club.


Calvin Klein's new Calvins or Nothing campaign

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Calvin Klein continues its 'Calvins or nothing' series with a new campaign featuring Alex Morgan, Chloe Kelly, Kenza Dali, Mana Iwabuchi and Mary Fowler – globally-recognised athletes at the top of their game. Extending the visual narrative of Calvins or nothing', the campaign highlights each woman in an intimate setting designed to reveal their confidence and sensuality.

Photographer Brianna Capozzi uses the juxtaposition of expressive closeups and full-body shots to portray each individual’s duality. The result is a celebration of athleticism, strength and vulnerability.
The cast is dressed in essential Calvin Klein styles, including new Modern Cotton Underwear; High Rise Straight, 90s Straight, Straight and Bootcut jeans; cropped and classic trucker jackets; and signature logo tees.


Burberry releases Spring 24 collection

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Daniel Lee’s expression of Burberry evolves. The focus remains on British wardrobe archetypes, cut closer to the body, on British motifs and the British outdoors. Check – new and reimagined from the archive – is celebrated.

Happy scarves, made in Scotland in Burberry Check cashmere, are fringed along each vertical side. Key pieces include trench coats, car coats, duffle coats, blanket capes, quilts, parkas, field, and aviator and bomber jackets. These are seen alongside kilts, tracksuits and rugby jerseys. Puffer coats are leather with Equestrian Knight Design (EKD) details.

Refinement is grounded by function and finishes. Hoods are attached to silk chiffon dresses, silk scarves are looped through viscose rib-knits and epaulettes through shoulders. Zips and press studs allow the wearer to adjust clothes for versatility of use and fit.


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