Plus, Pandora hits a major sustainability milestone.
Saoirse Ronan is officially a Louis Vuitton ambassador
Few brands do star power quite like Louis Vuitton — and the iconic French fashion house just proved that once again by announcing four-time Oscar nominee Saoirse Ronan as their newest ambassador. After wearing the brand at the Sundance Film Festival in January and attending various LV events in recent months, the Ladybird and Little Women actress officially joined the likes of Zendaya and Chloë Grace Moretz as a Louis Vuitton muse earlier this week.
With more appearances in LV looks surely in the near future, the house’s artistic director of women’s collections, Nicolas Ghesquière, enthused about Ronan in a recent press statement: “I have admired Saoirse’s career for many years now, I find her totally captivating in the roles she plays. And what’s more, behind her talent lies such a charming and bright person.”
Jenny Bird’s Spring 2024 collection is here
The sculptural Knots & Pearls collection features an array of bangles, earrings, and ear cuffs that are crafted into fluid-feeling pieces with soft edges. Plus, the addition of finely polished pearls on several of the statement accessories brings a certain elegance to the artful assortment.
Pandora achieves goal of exclusively sourcing recycled silver and gold ahead of schedule
Pandora is committing to a new sustainability practice that’s taking the three R’s (reduce, reuse, and recycle) very seriously. The global jewellery brand will be sourcing 100 per cent recycled silver and gold in place of newly mined metals for all its jewellery.
The shift promises to significantly reduce the brand’s carbon footprint by decreasing greenhouse gas emissions while avoiding the use of approximately 58,000 tons of CO2 per year. Plus, after hitting this goal way ahead of schedule (the company originally planned to achieve the switch by 2025), Pandora hopes to begin crafting with all recycled materials by mid-2024.
Veronica Beard’s debut handbag collection is here
Calling all purse lovers! Veronica Beard just dropped its first-ever handbag collection and the line, which includes a variety of tote, bucket and handheld styles, is a natural extension of the brand’s everyday, cool-girl aesthetic.
Made to complement the on-the-go woman’s multifaceted and multitasking lifestyle, the collection features seven versatile silhouettes in various sizes, colourways and luxury fabrics. Plus, each bag is adorned with sleek hardware that nods to the brand’s quintessential sophisticated and classic look. Bring on the arm candy!
Reneé Rapp is the new face of Mejuri
While Wednesdays may still be reserved for pink, this Regina George says that hoop earrings are the accessory you should sport every day of the week.
Fresh off her Mean Girls promotional tour, Reneé Rapp is the spokesperson for Mejuri’s new Hoops All Ways campaign, which features a series of photos meant to convey a busy day in the life of the “Not My Fault” singer. At the core of the campaign are Mejuri’s 12 brand-new hoop earrings, consisting of both sculptural and more classic styles.
Stella McCartney takes a journey into the Lady Garden
Ready to bid winter farewell? Stella McCartney is here to help with their Spring 2024 collection that dives into the blooming world of a bursting-with-florals English garden.
The collection, which is anchored by a fanciful, hand-drawn floral print, aims to create a “surrealist sanctuary in nature where Stella women can exist free from society’s expectations,” according to a press release. With halter dresses made of organic crinkled chiffon and one-shoulder pieces complete with dramatic, billowing sleeves, it’s safe to say you’ll be transported to another world — and we don’t think we’d ever want to leave.
L’ORO and Norqain team up in honour of the NHLPA
In honour of the NHLPA All-Star Game in Toronto, watch boutique L’ORO is celebrating Norqain’s partnership as the official watch partner of the association with a new limited accessory drop.
The exclusive timepiece (aptly named Wild ONE) is fashioned with hockey-inspired design elements such as a striking white band contrasted by a sharp black rubber case. Plus, as it’s manufactured with Norqain’s own NORTEQ technology, the watch is robust enough to be safely worn both off and on the ice.
With only 300 pieces made, the collaboration is limited and only available while supplies last.
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