Valentino goes vintage, one more green step for Sézane... L'Impératif Madame
Valentino goes vintage
Valentino takes the wave of vintage. The Italian luxury house has posted a list of points of sale on its website and explains the procedure for its participatory project, which is divided into two stages. The first: the owner of a Valentino piece can send a photo of the item she wants to sell. Once the photo has been validated by the brand, the merchandise is evaluated in store. In return, the store will offer vouchers to spend in Valentino stores associated with the operation. The second and final step: marketing. It will be done from January in various multi-brand stores such as Madame Pauline Vintage in Milan, New York Vintage Inc in New York or Laila Tokio in Tokyo.
Getting together, the L'Oréal podcast
Seven women take over the microphone of Se Retrouver, the second season of the Inclusive Beauty podcast. To the journalist Aïda Touihri, they tell the relationship they have with their bodies. And testify, each in turn, of the trials they have faced, explaining how these have changed their lives. Precariousness, violence and illness... Upheavals that have had an impact on their relationship to the body, but which have not prevented them from finding each other. “How to remain a woman, when one forgets oneself because of worries? Every woman I met for this podcast found her own answer. I admire them all for this strength that they have been able to find, despite the galleys. confided, Aïda Touihri.
The 1st episode of Se Retrouver is available on all audio streaming platforms.
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Sézane, one more green step
Sézane has obtained the B Corp certification and becomes one of the first French fashion brands to obtain this global label certifying companies that respect social and environmental standards. Currently, more than 4,000 companies are B Corp certified across 77 countries, including 145 companies in France. From the choice of materials to the manufacture of parts, through the audit of the workshops and the well-being of the teams, the Parisian label answered more than 200 questions to obtain certification. “This great news allows me for the first time to feel a form of accomplishment (…). You have to sincerely want it, dare to undo, make mistakes, try again, give yourself the means, act more than say and constantly remember that we are our choices...", declared designer Morgane Sézalory.
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Sliding takes on style
The Roxy brand has teamed up with New York designer and surfer, Cynthia Rowley, to offer a unique collection to wear both in the mountains and on the beach. In order to offer optimal comfort, the pieces have been designed with breathable and light fabrics and designed to encourage movement. The American designer came to add her touch: bright colors and original prints that are available on both swimsuits and ski suits. The good idea to reinvent your sliding looks!
Available at roxy.com
The cozy, a desire for autumn
By making your interior also your workplace, we also come to rethink our clothes, which we want to be more comfortable, more cocooning. Ysé, the French lingerie brand, offers a collection in this sense that adapts to the new rhythms of life. There are joggers, organic cotton sweatshirts for the cozy side, but also velvet jackets and pants for a more elaborate look. Ysé offers its eco-responsible pieces in soft tones that pretty much sum up our desires of the moment.
Available on yseparis.com
Vegan boots well in their time
Based in Istanbul, the Manu Atelier brand is a family affair. The father, passionate about craftsmanship, was able to pass on his know-how to his daughters who then used it to create a brand of high-end leather goods. With an artisanal and deliberate production without waste, the Turkish label has revisited its best-selling Cylinder bag using only the materials left over from their production for the fall-winter 2021 season. Manu Atelier continues its path with new vegan, handmade boots. . In black, brown and beige, they offer a chic and elegant look of its time.
Available on manuatelier.com