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Vestiaire Collective bans fast fashion brands

The Vestiaire Collective, a French fashion resale platform, announced that it will ban the purchase, sale, or listing of fast fashion items on its platform from today.

The list of banned fast fashion brands includes Asos, Atmosphere, Boohoo, Burton, Cider, Coast, Dorothy Perkins, Fashion Nova, Karen Millen, Miss Selfridge, Missguided, Na-kd, Nasty Gal, Oasis, Pretty Little Thing, Shein, Tezenis, Topman, and Topshop.

Fashion brands entered Web3 and released phygital shows at NYFW: Remaining Web3 Challenges

New York fashion week was held from September 9th to September 14th and more than 110 brands released their new collection.
This season was literally said to be “Back to Normal” for the first time in about three years, not only fashion shows but also NYFW events and after-parties held by brands everywhere every day. It was a season that completely restored the vibrancy of fashion week.

Digital fashion goes to physical world : ZERO10 AND CROSBY STUDIOS’ NEW POP-UP STORE

Digital fashion is making its way into the real world. Over the past few years, the number of concept stores incorporating AR try-on and NFT has steadily increased in New York’s Soho area.

AR fashion platform Zero10 has incorporated with Crosby Studios to launch a first-of-its-kind pop-up in Soho, New York that bridges the physical and virtual retail experience through augmented reality.

What is the meaning behind Prada’s new beauty Instagram account?

Prada released a new fragrance, Prada Paradoxe, and held a pop-up event from August 26th to 28th, 2022 at Gansevoort Plaza, New York.

At the pop-up, the entire venue is in the shape of a triangle that symbolizes the brand’s logo, just like the Prada Paradox fragrance bottle, and the front is a photo booth area where people can take pictures with the huge logo of Prada.

A new invitation to New York Fashion Week! Afterpay drops Designer NFT “Keys to NYFW”

New York Fashion Week, which runs from September 9th to September 14th, has a new guest list.

These are the NFT owners who purchased “Keys to NYFW”.

On August 23, Afterpay, the official partner of New York Fashion Week, dropped the NFT collection “Keys to NYFW.” It’s partnered with five fashion designers and

provide access to shows and other experiences, gifts, and perks to those who purchase the $100 NFT key released by each designer.

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