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  • Ryzí News - [Apple Vision, Cécred and more...]

    Ryzí News - [Apple Vision, Cécred e mais...]

    Apple Vision
    Apple Vision, Apple's mixed reality glasses, arrived last week (02/02) in stores in the United States and has already made waves on the internet.
    The futuristic-looking headset, sold at US$3499 (around R$17 thousand), mixes virtual reality and augmented reality, allowing the user to interact with digital content using voice, hand gestures and eye tracking.
    The gadget has barely been launched and is already being considered "Apple's most interesting product in years" (CNBC), but it still has no launch date in Brazil.

    After months of speculation, Beyoncé confirmed the launch of her new hair care brand on her social media. In an announcement made via video on her social media, the "Queen Bee", as she is called by her fan base, shows images of her mother's beauty salon in Texas, where she had her first job sweeping floors.
    "Hair is sacred", says the caption that announces the brand's name - Cécred, a pun on "sacred".
    The official launch of the brand is scheduled for the 20th.

    Zac Posen new creative director at Gap
    North American designer Zac Posen was announced as executive vice president and creative director of Gap Inc, through an official statement last Monday (05/02).
    Posen will be in charge of cultural curation and creative partnership working alongside CEO Richard Dickson, with the aim of reinvigorating the company's portfolio. "Excited to begin my next chapter today in San Francisco," he wrote on social media.

    Chanel vs WGACA
    What Goes Around Comes Around (WGACA), a luxury resale thrift store in New York, was found guilty last Tuesday (06/02) of crimes of trademark infringement, in a six-year process led by Chanel. The sale of counterfeit handbags was the maison's main accusation against the thrift store.
    “We are incredibly disappointed with the verdict; however, the case did not come to an end. The court is still expected to hear post-verdict motions,” said WGACA CEO and co-founder Seth Weisser.