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What’s in fashion this week? These are our favourite fashion moments

What's in fashion this week? News from Bottega Veneta, Saint Laurent, Louis Vuitton and more...


Bottega Veneta Announces The Certificate on Craft, a lifetime warranty programme

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Bottega Veneta has announced their commitment to exceptional materials and the preservation of outstanding craft with a new, unique service: the Certificate of Craft. The complimentary care service cements the enduring quality of Bottega Veneta’s distinctive craftmanship. Equal to a lifetime warranty programme, the Certificate of Craft offers unlimited refresh
and repair on their iconic bags. The Certificate of Craft further inspires the multi-generational wear of Bottega Veneta products. Presented as a physical and digital card, the Certificate of Craft corresponds to the serial number of a
singular bag.


Saint Laurent Rive Droite launches Thrill Me

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Saint Laurent Rive Droite celebrates Halloween on the evening of October 31 with a special screening of films curated by Gaspar Noé and Anthony Vaccarello. The screening, which will include two films, Roman Polanski's Rosemary's Baby, and Michael Powell's Peeping Tom, will take place at the Max Linder Panorama in the 9th arrondissement of Paris. To mark the occassion, Vaccarello has selected limited edition products including hoodies, key chains, and a selection of vintage horror film cassettes will be available at Rive Droite stores and online.


Vinnies NSW celebrates 100 years

As part of Vinnies 1oo-year anniversary, The Home of Treasure for 100 Years campaign will be running from 24 Oct - 06 Nov 2022. 100 donated treasures from local and international designer brands will be hidden across the Vinnies NSW retail network labelled with a golden treasure tag, plus shoppers will also have the opportunity to go into the draw to win one of several big-ticket money can’t buy items. One of the big ticket items is a vintage Chanel handbag.

Every transaction made at Vinnies NSW Shops during the campaign period is eligible to go into the draw to win one of the ‘money can’t buy items’ such as a Wests Tigers jersey, signed books from Jimmy Barnes, a coffee table book from artist Vicki Lee, trench coats from Camilla and Marc and Bassike, and a limited edition Mulberry x Acne Studios handbag.


Louis Vuitton introduces Artycapucines Volume 4

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For the fourth year in a row, Louis Vuitton has invited six leading contemporary artists to transform the Capucines bag from blank canvas to limited-edition artwork. A testament to the iconic bag’s ability to inspire unbridled creativity. Amelie Bertrand, Daniel Buren, Ugo Rondinone, Peter Marino, Park Seo-Bo and Kennedy Yanko are the artists who have brought their unique creative visions to the bag’s timeless design.

Each bag in the fourth Artycapucines Collection is available in a limited edition of 200 (50 per colour variation for Daniel Buren).


Lee Mathews collaborates with Vanessa Coyle and Adrian Samson

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A nurturing of the inventive, the Lee Mathews creative collaboration with renowned photographer Adrian Samson & stylist and friend of the brand Vanessa Coyle is an artistic endeavour that seeks to reinterpret Lee Mathews through a new lens.

An intersection sitting between the industrial, the original and the natural femininity of the brand, Samson and Coyle juxtapose the delicacy of natural fabrications with the art and architectural influences at the core of the brands ethos.

Working within the Resort 23 collection, Samson's artistic approach to collage informed a creative outlay, with Coyle’s layering expertise allowing the collection a deconstructed feel.

On Wednesday, the brand celebrated the collaboration at an intimate gallery space in Sydney’s Woollahra. Guests were dressed in the latest resort collection. Catering by APlenty and drinks provided by WINONA wine and Perrier Jouet.

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