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KUNAL RAWAL OPENS IN DELHI

This post is for Delhi men! If you want to make a style statement in the proverbial sea of black, I have news! After the success of his stores in Juhu and Kala Ghoda, Mumbai, Kunal Rawal has opened in DLF Emporio, New Delhi. Designed by architect Rooshad Shroff, it's modern, minimalist and uses cutting-edge technology right from tactile indicators in the form of morse code to a conveyor belt for dramatic display. What can you expect here? Menswear with subtle texture, French knots, appliqué and metallic work. Expressing his excitement, Rawal says, 'There's no better time to expand the label across the country. Delhi is so rich with its fashion and I couldn't be happier to extend my vision to this city with this new store. I'm excited to be here!'

 
MESSI SPEARHEADS LUXURY ATHLEISURE BRAND

Legendary soccer player Lionel Messi, captain of FC Barcelona and the Argentina national team, has partnered with MGO — whose chief creative officer is Tommy Hilfiger's sister, Ginny Hilfiger — to create 'Messi'. The luxury athleisure brand will be essentially menswear and will launch in July on e-commerce site, 'The Messi Store'. New, limited edition products will be released each week to create aspirational value — including some items autographed by Messi!

 
RIHANNA PARTNERS LVMH TO LAUNCH FENTY

Following the success of her beauty line controlled by LVMH, Rihanna has once again collaborated with the French luxury conglomerate to create a clothing and footwear brand, 'Fenty' [named after the pop singer's surname]. The alliance has created one of the most prolific celebrity-led brands and marks the first time that LVMH has created a new maison since 1987 — when it created Christian Lacroix. Fenty Maison will debut later this summer, with ready-to-wear, footwear and accessories — developed by Rihanna.''Through our partnership at Fenty Beauty, I discovered a true entrepreneur, a real CEO and a terrific leader,'' LVMH CEO Bernard Arnault said in a press release.

 
PRADA GOES FUR- FREE!

Prada has made a formal announcement that it will no longer use fur in its new collections, beginning Spring 2020. The announcement is the result of a collaboration with Fur Free Alliance — a coalition of over fifty animal protection organisations, which led a campaign pressuring Prada to forgo fur. "The Prada Group is committed to innovation and social responsibility, and our fur-free policy is an extension of that engagement," Creative Director Miuccia Prada confirmed in a formal statement. Prada's decision puts it in the group of fashion houses such as Burberry, Armani, Versace, Gucci, Chanel and Coach, which have all reportedly decided to give up fur!

 
 
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