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    Davide Renne joins Moschino

    After two decades at the helm of Gucci, Davide Renne is announced as Moschino's new creative director, a role previously held by Jeremy Scott.

    The objective of the new hire, according to executives from the Aeffe conglomerate (responsible for Moschino), is to maintain the heritage and legacy built by Franco Moschino, founder of the brand.

    His work begins in November and his first collection will be presented during Milan Fashion Week winter 24.

    ADER ERROR'S auction

    ADER ERROR joins the Disney Create 100 cause and donates three blue figurines inspired by Mickey Mouse.

    Disney Create 100 is an auction that will take place between the 12th and 30th of October, held to celebrate Disney's 100 years. The event features the collaboration of 100 names from fashion, cinema, sport, music and art, who donated pieces and experiences. ADER ERROR is the only Korean label among the collaborators.

    The amount raised will be donated to support Make-a-Wish, a philanthropic entity that aims to grant wishes that transform the lives of children with serious illnesses across the planet, providing joy when it is most needed.

    AI characters?

    META recently launched its "AI characters," with around 28 new celebrity "alter ego" profiles created and updated by artificial intelligence.

    Paris Hilton, for example, can be seen as @amberthedetective, an investigative detective who appears on video speaking to her audience. Other names such as Snoop Dogg, Kendall Jenner and Charli Damelio also gave up the right to use their images on these profiles. Everything was created with the aim of combining influence with artificial intelligence and giving the audience the feeling of interacting with these celebrities, allowing them to follow their "routines" and even being able to interact via DM.

    The Bottega Veneta artisan school

    Bottega Venetta will open an artisan school in Italy called "Accademia Labor Et Ingenium". The name comes from the brand's key values ​​and means "academy of craftsmanship and creativity".

    Installed between the Bottega atelier in Montebello Vicentino and a new space in Dueville, the academy will function as a permanent workshop and train 50 students per year with guaranteed employment with the brand.

    Registration can now be made and classes will start in 2024.

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