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    Megan Fox Teams With Boohoo for Fashion Collection

    Megan Fox is bringing her much-watched style to Boohoo. The actress is teaming with the online retailer for her first fashion collaboration, a collection of 40 pieces that mimic her bold, statement-making style. Fox also teamed with her fashion stylist, Maeve Reilly, on the collection. More from WWD “I am so excited to announce my first fashion collaboration with Boohoo,” Fox said in a statement. “I feel like I’ve really come into my own over the past few years, especially when it comes to my personal style and this collection reflects exactly that. I’ve always wanted to  

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  • Jewelry

    Must Read: Harris Reed and Missoma to Launch Jewelry Collection, Stella McCartney’s Ongoing Journey To Clean up Fashion

    Harris Reed Photo: Darren Gerrish/Wire Image for Byredo These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Wednesday.  Harris Reed and Missoma to launch jewelry collectionThe U.K.’s favorite fashion jewelry brand is teaming up with one of the country’s brightest sartorial talents: Harris Reed, the British-American designer who creates beautiful pieces to be worn by everyone, has linked up with Missoma on a collection of rings, pendants, bracelets and earrings with an aesthetic reminiscent of Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream.” Ranging from demi-fine to fine price points, the collection is set to be unveiled in September. {Fashionista inbox}  Stella  

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  • Jewelry

    Louis Vuitton’s New High Jewelry Collection Is a Gem-Studded Tribute to the House’s Founder

    Two hundred years ago, French luxury icon Louis Vuitton was born. To celebrate, the house has unveiled a new collection of high jewelry inspired by the formidable founder and his impact on the industry at large. The 90-piece collection is the brainchild of Louis Vuitton’s artistic director for jewelry and watches Francesca Amfitheatrof. The 53-year-old pored over the maison’s archives to ensure Vuitton’s legacy was reflected accurately and artfully. And that’s no small feat, considering the visionary is responsible for the iconic canvas trunks and the famous monogram, among many other innovations that paved the way for modern luxury. More  

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    Shop the Studs New York Jewelry Collection

    New York, New York! The city that never stops making merch. This week, the Soho-based jewelry store and piercing parlor Studs dropped “Studs Loves New York,” a collection of earrings inspired by beloved neighborhood haunts and foods like Spicy Village dumplings, Fanelli’s martinis, and Russ & Daughters bagels — even the city’s rats. It follows in the footsteps of institutions like New Top on Canal Street, and was designed in collaboration with indie jewelry brand Garbage NY. Lisa Bubbers, co-founder and CMO of Studs, describes the collection as being a “love letter” to the company’s hometown, and “all of the  

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  • Jewelry

    Jodie Turner-Smith Is the Face of Gucci’s New High Jewelry Collection

    Gucci is leaning deeper into decadent maximalism–and Mother Nature motifs—with the second entry in the brand’s High Jewelry collection, named Hortus Deliciarum, or “Garden of Delights.” And the Eve draped in such Biblical imagery is none other than actress Jodie Turner-Smith, whose turn in the 2019 film Queen & Slim propelled her into a starring (yet frustratingly controversial) role in the 2021 British period drama Anne Boleyn. As the new face of the Hortus Deliciarum collection (and an ELLE cover), she evokes a natural Hollywood romance that takes cues from mythology and proverb alike. In video and imagery  

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    Nature Key Inspiration for Gucci’s Second High Jewelry Collection

    MILAN — Nature continues to be a boundless source of inspiration for Gucci’s creative director Alessandro Michele. The Florence-based house is presenting its second high jewelry collection, which Michele named Hortus Deliciarum, or “Garden of Delights,” from Latin to English. More from WWD The presentation will be staged at the mid-19th-century, neoclassical residence Villa Pallavicino in Stresa, Italy, June 20 to 26. The collection reflects Michele’s iconography and aesthetics and is inspired by the ever-changing hues of the sky at different times of the day and its constellations. Michele, as reported, shone the light on Gucci’s high  

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