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Nike Just Dropped a "Stranger Things" Collection and We Want Everything

Just in time for the season three premiere!
Nike Just Dropped a "Stranger Things" Collection and We Want Everything
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Just in time for the season three premiere!

Start your week with all the latest happenings in the world of fashion:

1. Take a look at the new Stranger Things x Nike collab!

Nike will bring you back to 1985 and in the Stranger Things realm with their new Hawkins High collection. The collab is set to drop on June 27, featuring "Hawkins High's green and orange color scheme and Tiger mascot into a spirited mix of apparel and footwear. Sweat suits and complementary T-shirts [channeling] 1980s PE class style, and three sneakers," namely the Cortez, Blazer, and Tailwind.

Come July 1, a second rollout of the collab capsule is expected to be launched. This will include the OG pack, where each of the three show styles will carry "a red, white, and blue color scheme, [celebrating] 1985 Independence Day with a year marker on the heel and special firework display sock liner," according to Nike's press release.

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2. Artists reimagine the classic Louis Vuitton Capucines bag.

Louis Vuitton has invited six contemporary artists–Sam Falls, Urs Fischer, Nicholas Hlobo, Alex Israel, Tschabalala Self, and Jonas Wood–to give new life and wonder to the brand's classic Capucines bag. Called the Artycapucines, the reimagined bags are named after Rue des Neuves-Capucines, the Paris street where the Maison opened its first store in 1854. 

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3. Carol Lim and Humberto Leon exit Kenzo.

Kenzo's creative directors Carol Lim and Humberto Leon have departed the fashion house after their eight-year stint. They have decided to focus on their own brand instead, Opening Ceremony. Since the announcement from their parent company LVMH, the brand has not yet named a replacement for the positon. The duo's last collection for Kenzo will be presented during the Spring 2020 shows.

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4. This handy app will let you authenticate your luxury designer bags.

If you're a fan of collecting vintage designer bags, here's a new app that can double check your pre-loved goods' authenticity. Presenting Entrupy, an app that "automates authentication through machine learning and AI," Fashionista reports. The tech here learns and holds data worth four years of data collection from real and fake bags. "The app walks you through the authentication process, which involves taking a few photos of the inside and outside of the item, and results are given in real time once the algorithms analyze the materials in the photos."

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5. Gucci launches an open source digital portal called Gucci Equilibrium.

Gucci is about to create a new world on the internet, care of Gucci Equilibrium. According to the brand's statement, Gucci Equilibrium is a "programme and portal designed to connect people, planet, and purpose." Here, the brand allows the community the opportunity to interact with and share stories to further improve its Environmental Profit & Loss (EP&L).  The new site is an interactive way to assess Gucci's environmental footprint through "an open-source platform [that] will create a new generation of sustainability tools." This platform hopes to provide better transparency and insight into the link between fashion and the environment. Gucci Equilibrium was launched in line with #worldenvironmentday.

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