In fashion news today: Net-A-Porter to launch new jewellery brand; Levi’s releases custom trucker jackets
Net-A-Porter will be launching a new jewellery label to its site, adding luxury watchmaker Chopard to its rotation from 11 October. The fashion website will stock 43 pieces from the Happy Hearts collection, following the success with other jewellery and watch brands including the likes of Cartier, Tiffany & Co and Piaget. This will also serve as Chopard’s first debut to any online luxury retailer. [Vogue inbox]
Australian beauty brand Aesop has launched its third fragrance, titled Hwyl Eau de Parfum. Formulated in partnership with French perfume designer Barnabé Fillion, the third fragrance has smoky notes with a rich aroma of wood, moss and spices. Hwyl is a Welsh word that translates to the stirring of emotions, and Fillion told Vogue the fragrance is “green and lush” with a “sensual, earthy smell,” adding: “The Aesop link is the quality of the botanicals. That’s what is Aesop.” Hwyl Eau de Parfum, $130 for 50ml is available at Aesop boutiques as well as their online store. Today marks the 50th anniversary of denim brand, Levi’s Trucker Jacket. To celebrate, the brand will be hosting a party and offering customised jackets to influential Levi’s fans, including Vogue’s fashion director Christine Centenera. The Trucker Jacket is known as an iconic collectors piece, having been worn by the likes of Elvis and Kendall Jenner.
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