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Ulla Johnson released the Brie Ruffle Maxi dress, now available through Moda Operandi. Perfect for the last bit of summer heat or the early days of fall, this dreamy floor-length dress features an empire waist, soft ruffle details, and is available in white, black, and multi-colored floral.
Berluti has released two new versions of its Formula 1004 suitcase. Available in black alligator leather and three variations of calf leather, this carryon-sized luggage piece will make the perfect stylish companion for any avid traveler.
Ksubi’s Fall 2018 women’s collection, “Revolution, Revelation,” makes breaking the rules look cooler than ever. The collection features a number of denim-on-denim looks, distressed jeans, and leather jackets—each complemented with a pair of black heels. Our favorite piece was the Burning Rubber Boiler suit, a feminized take on a utility suit in navy.
In celebration of its Fall/Winter 2018 debuts, Dior has opened a pop-up store inside of Harrods in London. Complete with a Dior Oblique Canvas window display, the pop-up features the iconic Dior signature, seen throughout the store on a selection of limited edition Saddle, CD Hobo, and Miss Dior bags as well as a series of accessories. In addition to the release of the Diorquake pouches, clogs, and Mitzah scarves, the brand has also introduced their first personalization service, where clients will be able to choose initials or a name, which then be embroidered onto a Dior Book Tote.
Mackage has introduced Sophia Richie and Christian Hogue as the new faces of their brand in a campaign featuring their latest collection of seasonal outerwear. In addition to the new colors included in this year’s Fall/Winter collection, the outerwear brand has also debuted a series of accessories, like a waist bag, a weekender bag, and a selection of light down scarves.
Staying true to the its modern, nonconformist roots, OKHA launched two new pieces for home—the Black Rain Mirror and the Omega V console. Breaking the accepted norms of symmetry, the Black Rain mirror is composed of layered panels of mirrored surfaces, which were inspired by the shifting of tectonic plates and the harsh black rains of winter. While minimalistic in its design, the oak timber frame and solid brass legs of the Omega V console pay tribute to Art Deco architecture.
Shenzhen Energy Company in China announced the completion of its new home, the Shenzhen Energy Mansion. Developed by the Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG), the 96,000 square meter office building was created with the idea of “engineering without engines” in order to use external elements (like the sun, daylight, wind, and humidity) to yield a more environmentally friendly workplace.