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Gotta Catch 'Em All: Adidas Releases a Pokemon-Themed Collection

Pikachu on your Stan Smiths? Yes, please!
Gotta Catch 'Em All: Adidas Releases a Pokemon-Themed Collection
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Pikachu on your Stan Smiths? Yes, please!

Read all about the latest news in fashion right here:

1. Adidas Unveils a Pokémon-Themed Collection

Get ready to catch Pikachu in an 8-bit adorable version! Adidas has partnered with The Pokémon Company to release a new collection of Stan Smiths and apparel emblazoned with famous Pokémon characters.

Take a peek below:

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2. Here's Why Vogue Italia Won't Publish Photos This Month

Italian Vogue is sending a message: Sustainability permeates the magazine industry. Their environmentally-friendly January covers and features mark a first for the magazine: All have been hand-drawn by well-known artists to "prove it is possible to show clothes without photographing them." All output were made "without traveling, shipping entire wardrobes of clothes, or polluting in any way." More than this, the money they have saved from financing all their production will go to "a project that really deserves it: the restoration of @FondazioneQueriniStampalia in Venice, severely damaged by the recent floods."

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3. Facebook Is Working on a Shopping Feature

It seems like you'll soon be able to shop straight from Facebook, just like its sister app, Instagram. Bloomberg reports that Facebook Inc. has "acquired a small video-shopping startup earlier this year to help build a live shopping feature inside the company’s Marketplace product." This move follows the company's attempt in breaking through the e-commerce market with its buy-and-sell feature in the app called the Marketplace.

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4. Versace Is Set to Stage a Co-ed Show for Resort 2021

In a press release, Versace announces the return of the Italian brand to the U.S. For its Resort 2021 show, Donatella Versace will conjure up a one-of-a-kind show. The luxury brand will simultaneously present both its womenswear and menswear in just one runway presentation, unveiling her "unified vision for the brand."

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5. Here's a Peek at the New Kith x Nike Air Force 1

Just the past year, Nike has worked on numerous collaborations—and this 2020, the Swoosh team continues rolling out partnerships. Their latest collaborator is Ronnie Fieg's streetwear brand Kith. The two worked on a new Air Force 1, where the classic shoe sports a clean white upper with accent detailing in primary colors. But the most luxe part of the kicks is Kith's embossed logo emblazoned on the iconic swoosh logo. Oh, and how can you not love those gold accents, right?! The shoe is slated to drop in early 2020.

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