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Karen Walker has teamed adult with An Organised Life for a special book 2018 notebook, proof conform and your table essentials unequivocally can mix. Available in pink, black and white, a notebooks underline all a An Organised Life facilities we’ve come to know and love, and infer to be a ideal stocking stuffer come Christmas. [Vogue inbox]

Gucci is starting a Gucci Research Lab — a second attempt into aloft education —this time in organisation with Bocconi University in Milan. As partial of a three-year vital partnership with a university, Gucci will now be gift students to investigate “core trends” and a approach organisations are “evolving in a 21st century”. Four investigate professors and a Lab Director will be on site during a Lab, that will tell a position paper any year regarding to a specific topic. Guccify your education? [Vogue inbox]

Some of a world’s biggest designers have assimilated army with Farfetch for an disdainful plug collection in partnership with non-for-profit, Only The Brave Foundation. Creative directors from Maison Margiela, Marni, Paula Cademartori, Just Cavalli, Diesel and DSquared2 have all designed disdainful bags for a e-commerce site, a boost of that will go true to a Italy-based gift who support disadvantaged women by traineeships. [Vogue inbox]

Following a success of their initial collaboration, Uniqlo have announced a second collection with British code J.W. Anderson. The second dump of a partnership will be expelled in time for a northern hemisphere spring/summer ’18 season, with Anderson confirming it will embody “items that interlink with any other. It’s about layering this time. The thought is to brew and match.” The collection will be accessible online and in-store.  [Vogue inbox]

If entering 2018 with a good means sounds good to you, afterwards 2018 Calendar Girls competence be a best approach to do it. A calendar with a difference, Calendar Girls is desirous by a late Richard Nicoll after being recognised by Amy Finlayson and a engineer himself in 2016. Featuring 12 pleasing Australian women, including Jessica Gomes and Nicole Trunfio, all boost will be donated to a National Heart Foundation. Pick yours adult here. [Vogue inbox]

Calvin Klein has announced a partnership with The Andy Warhol Foundation for a Visual Arts, a centre that supports a support of contemporary art. The partnership, that will run until 2020, comes following a brand’s spring/summer ’18 show, that featured pieces from a artist’s cache. “I’ve come to comprehend that Warhol’s talent goes many deeper than contented Campbell’s Soup paintings,” arch artistic officer of Calvin Klein, Raf Simons, said. “He prisoner all sides of a American experience, including infrequently a darker sides. Warhol’s art tells some-more truths about this nation than we can find roughly anywhere else.” Art meets fashion, and we adore it. [Vogue inbox]

Elissa McGowan has launched an disdainful collection with oppulance tradesman Lane Crawford as partial of a beginning called Next New, whereby a code champions new and sparkling talent from around a world. Releasing a preference of towering basis and workwear-ready pieces, a collection is one of a initial brands to collaborate, and is online now.

Mon Purse have this week announced their partnership with a McGrath Foundation to lift supports to support McGrath Breast Care Nurses opposite Australia, and to boost breast health bargain in Australians. Mon Purse have affianced a smallest concession of $10,000 to a McGrath Foundation to assistance them continue their implausible work, that will be driven primarily by a sale of their pouches from now until Jan 31 2018. [Vogue inbox]

Bulgari and Manolo Blahnik have announced their partnership to benefaction one-of-a-kind bejeweled boots on a arise of a arriving retrospective, Manolo Blahnik: The Art of Shoes muster organized by Vogue Spain, in Madrid. The muster will retrace 45 years of fashion, art and enlightenment by a origination of one of a world’s many successful shoe couturier. The outcome of this partnership is a span of distinguished immature silk satin pumps with changed ankle straps. [Vogue inbox]

Kicking off a holiday deteriorate with a free spirit, Bulgari have also announced their latest Save a Children campaign, with a launch of #SeeMyWish on amicable media. Launched worldwide on Universal Children’s Day and instituted by celebrities, Bulgari will present $1 to Save a Children each time someone shares a film or a closed-eyes wish selfie on amicable media. Since 2009, Bulgari has donated $70 million to Save a Children, and helped change a lives of some-more than a million children in 5 continents. [Vogue inbox]

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