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Courtesy of AMBUSH and Moët & Chandon.
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Alex Wolfe's Moto sandal, courtesy of Birkenstock.
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Fabien Cappello for Hem x Modern Design Review.
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Brand New: Hermès Beauty, BYREDO’s New Fragrance, Miu Miu’s “Famous Cats,” and More

By Pearl Fontaine

March 8, 2021

In this edition of Brand New, we’re sharing details on the latest releases from names like Hermès, BYREDO, Miu Miu, and more.

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Courtesy of Hermès.

Get ready for spring with the release of Hermès’s three new limited-edition lipstick shades. Packaged in refillable, color-blocked tubes, the house looked to the aesthetic of 1950s Southern California to inform the vibrant, rosy shades, including Corail Aqua, Rose Oasis, and Beige Ebloui.

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Courtesy of BYREDO.

BYREDO introduced its latest fragrance Mixed Emotions through a short video entitled Tall Are The Roots, directed by Fenn O’Meally. Named to reflect the mixed mood of today, the scent intends to ensure the wearer that it is okay to not be okay. The fragrance reminds us through the use of comforting, reassuring essences, like maté, black currant, Ceylon black tea, violet leaf, birch wood, and papyrus.

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Courtesy of Miu Miu.

Snag a piece from Miu Miu’s “Famous Cats” capsule for your favorite feline lover. Composed of five white graphic t-shirts, each design features a cat from a film still, accompanied by words contextualizing their significance—like The Cat from Outer Space, the mouse-chasing cat from Alien, and the feline seen with Marlon Brando in The Godfather.

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Fabien Cappello for Hem x Modern Design Review.

Working in collaboration with Modern Design Review, the design brand Hem invited the French designer Fabien Cappello to create a limited series of plates. Available now through Hem’s website are Cappello’s 15 plates made with pieces of cut glass, set into opposing colored bases—like combinations of gray, lime green, and aqua, or blue, orange, and pink.

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Alex Wolfe's Moto sandal, courtesy of Birkenstock.

Birkenstock joined forces with the University of the Arts London’s Central Saint Martins to create special editions of the iconic sandals. Created by students from the university’s fashion program, the shoes were selected by jury, and the resulting four designs reimagine the brand’s archive style. Available now online, the shoe includes a fresh take on the 1990s Tallahassee sandal, the Bukarest style by Alecsander Rothschild, Alex Wolfe’s Moto sandal, and designs by Dingyun Zhang and Saskia Lenaerts.

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Courtesy of AMBUSH and Moët & Chandon.

A collaboration between Yoon Ahn’s AMBUSH label and champagne house Moët & Chandon introduces the champagne house’s first artist-designed bottle for its Moët Imperial Champagne in 152 years. With a minimalistic black neck and white label, the new champagne style also features a philanthropic component. To give back to Mther Nature, where the grapes in the champagne come from, Ahn chose to donate a portion of profits to the conservation organization World Land Trust.

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Courtesy of Braun and Off-White.

Braun’s new collaboration with Off-White features a new alarm clock in two colorways. Onne in sky blue and one in bright orange, the piece features a monochrome aesthetic applied to Braun’s circle-in-a-square BC02 model, originally designed in the 1980s.

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Courtesy of Abrams Books.

Get your copy of Jasmin Hernandez’s new publication We Are Here: Visionaries of Color Transforming the Art World. Featuring a foreword by Swizz Beatz and photographs by Jasmine Durhal and Sunny Leerasanthanah, the book offers a captivating compilation of material centered around Black and Brown creatives who are transforming the art world. Alongside a selection of intimate interviews are images of art, studio spaces, materials, and the artists themselves. Readers can expect to hear from 50 intergenerational visionaries from locations like New York and Los Angeles.

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