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    Naomi Campbell for BOSS

    Naomi Campbell joins the Boss brand and launches a collection with more than 40 items entirely focused on travel needs and with antibacterial properties.
    Among the highlights of the collab are compression socks to help prevent blood clots during flights, anti-wrinkle technologies and special prints with anti-stress properties.
    “They are the type of pieces that reflect my own lifestyle”, declares Campbell in an interview with The Guardian.
    The collab is now available for purchase and prices vary between 60 and 799 euros.

    Louis Vuitton + Sun Yitian

    French fashion house Louis Vuitton has teamed up with contemporary Chinese artist Sun Yitian to launch its pre-fall 2024 collection.
    Known for her photorealistic paintings of inflatable toys and mass-produced objects, Yitian is considered China's “It” artist, catching the attention of Nicolas Ghesquière (the brand's creative director) on one of his personal trips to the country.
    Yitian's figurative prints added charm and humor to classic shapes, from a bright tiger adorning a pale pink dress to dalmatians printed on iconic LV monogram bags.

    Lionel Messi's Samba

    Lionel Messi gets his version of the Samba, a classic sneaker from Adidas, which sponsors the Argentine player. The model is made of leather with suede overlays, both in the same shade of pink - in homage to Messi's team, Inter Miami - while the famous 3-stripes were made in black on the sides. The special touch is Messi's personal logo printed on the tongues of the sneakers.

    The boring phone

    Bodega and Heinken encourage you to disconnect from your phone with their nostalgic “Boring Phone” collaboration.
    Debuted at Milan Fashion Week, the “Boring Phone” is the total opposite of the smartphone. The nostalgic phone has no internet access or apps.⁠
    Bodega and Heineken are expected to release a limited number of “Boring Phones” after Milan Fashion Week.⁠