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Rhode arrives June 15
Hailey Bieber has revealed the date when her fledgling beauty brand will be available, and it’s timely! The model took to Instagram to share that Rhode, her skincare line, will launch next Wednesday, June 15. Bieber previously said Seduce that all products will cost less than $30. As for who she called for advice, the 25-year-old said she turned to influencer Hyram Yarbro, outspoken beautician and beauty commentator Charlotte Palermino of Dieux Skin, the ultimate modern-day mogul Kim Kardashian and beloved celebrity hairstylist Jen Atkin. of Ouai. From each conversation, she shared advice that she eventually turned into Rhode, as well as significant research over 2.5 years, including taking dermatology courses. We are ready for dolphin skin!
Moschino Resort ’23 has arrived
In a riot of color, the latest from Moschino landed in our inbox today. And just like Frank Sinatra, Jeremy Scott was ready to “beat the birds to Acapulco Bay” as he turned to the stylish ’60s jet setters who flew between Waikiki beach parties and Acapulco discos. This technicolor aesthetic from the free love era formed the basis of her offering – with crocheted and quilted hippie dresses, groovy little co-ords, ultra mini skirts, bodycon jumpsuits and A-line dresses. lined with feathers galore. Still on the nostalgic bandwagon, cherry and tropical prints mixed with psychedelic hues in pieces that could only remind us of Cher on vacation. Here for that!
Gillian Anderson for Chloe
Chloé has unveiled a series of portraits featuring actress Gillian Anderson for her Pre-Fall 2022 collection. The actress has been the face of Gabriela Hearst for some time, often wearing enduring luxury pieces by Chloé on the carpet red. In the images, Anderson is styled by Camilla Nickerson and photographed by Zoe Ghertner, while carrying the Edith bag in light tan buffalo leather and the Mony bag in light tan calfskin. Of the award-winning actress, the brand said, “Anderson embodies the Chloé woman of the season, continuing the House’s legacy of inspiring femininity.” We will have what she has.
Presentation of AT.KOLLEKTIVE
Speaking of Chloe, here’s what Natacha Ramsay-Levi is up to. The former creative director of Chloé is part of a new creative collection design group, revealed today, called AT.KOLLEKTIVE. Launched by ECCO Leather, the group forming the “first creative exchange” is completed by Isaac Reina, Kostas Murkudis, Bianca Saunders and Bernard Dubois. According to a statement, the project is about a “new way of thinking” and the collections are expected to include shoes, interiors, furniture, accessories, small leather goods and ready-to-wear. Each collection will feature nine key pieces by designer and sustainability and innovation will be a key pillar. We are intrigued!
Save this date! School’s Out is finally back in East Hampton
After two years of absence, School’s Out is finally back. The Hetrick Martin Institute’s summer benefit will take place on Saturday, July 9 at the Arc House in East Hampton. The benefit cocktail will take place from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. and will be followed by a dinner from 7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Dinner will feature dishes from some of the East End’s best-loved restaurants, including Duryea’s Lobster Cobb Salad, STK Steak and Assorted Side Dishes from ALMOND Restaurant, with pies from Kerber’s Farm and Whispering Angel wine.
Co-chairs are architect Rob Grazier and Ben Dixon of Douglas Elliman and hosts this year include Garrett Neff, Timo Weiland and Nick Volgarias. HIM is the nation’s oldest and largest LGBTQ youth service organization, with all proceeds from the benefit helping to continue providing vital services to LGBTQ youth. Funds raised from Schools Out ensure our young people have the resources they need all year round.
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Fair Harbor opens flagship store in Soho
Fair Harbor is on the rise! The sustainable lifestyle brand has just opened the doors to its first outlet in Soho, at 19 Prince Street. The store will feature swimwear and lifestyle apparel for men, women and boys. Designed by interior designer Chris Antista, the store’s aesthetic is inspired by the brand’s namesake, Fair Harbor, a small beach community on Fire Island. Design elements in the bright, seaside space include repurposed wide-plank floors from an old upstate New York farmhouse, custom-made birch tables, and light fixtures designed to look like Delilah, the Brand’s beloved orange 1974 Ford Bronco.
The seven-year-old family brand was started by siblings Jake and Caroline Danehy. The store is a framework for launching more retail stores in the future.
DJ Khaled offered a rare Hennessy Paradis NBA decanter
Hey, big spender! DJ Khaled received a Hennessy Paradis NBA decanter to celebrate the NBA Finals last weekend, valued at $175,000. Our sources tell us the rare decanter was created in honor of the NBA’s 75th anniversary and designed by Louis Vuitton jewelry designer Lorenz Baümer. Undoubtedly, serious celebrations ensued in Miami during the NBA Finals after that moment of giving. Hi !