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Troye Sivan is Rabanne’s first global makeup ambassador, ‘Vogue’ announces ‘Inventing the Runway’ exhibition in London

Troye Sivan is Rabanne’s first global makeup ambassador, ‘Vogue’ announces ‘Inventing the Runway’ exhibition in London
Troye Sivan is Rabanne’s first global makeup ambassador, ‘Vogue’ announces ‘Inventing the Runway’ exhibition in London

These are the stories that made the fashion news on Monday.

Troye Sivan is Rabanne’s first global makeup ambassador
Troye Sivan will kick off Rabanne’s “Nudes” campaign as its first global makeup ambassador and the face of its new Fresh Touch Foundation. Sivan has worn Rabanne in his music videos and at other key moments in his career. Most recently, the two-time Grammy nominee added two custom looks by Creative Director Julien Dossena to his wardrobe for his upcoming Sweat tour with Charli XCX. {Fashionista inbox}

Chanel Spring 2015 Haute Couture

Photo: Courtesy of Vogue and Lightroom

Fashion announces “Inventing the Runway” exhibition in London
“Inventing the Runway” will run from October 25, 2024, through March 30, 2025, at Lightroom, an arts center in London. The immersive exhibition uses Vogue’s archives to explore the history of the fashion show, dating back to the early 20th century. Combining video, animation, and an original musical score, it aims to illustrate how fashion shows can reflect culture through the eyes of their creators. It features contributions from more than 40 revolutionary designers and fashion houses, from Alexander McQueen to Chanel to Vivienne Westwood. {Fashionista inbox}

Photo: Courtesy of Erewon and Ugg

Ugg collaborated with Erewhon
Ugg and Los Angeles-based grocery chain Erewhon have partnered to release a limited-edition shoe and cold-pressed beverage celebrating an Ugg fan favorite, the Tazz clog, which launches July 10 at 9 a.m. PT. Tattoo artist JonBoy designed a custom version, pictured above, that customers can win. The shoe shares its color with the Tazz Tonic, a beverage infused with banana, peanut butter, maple, tahini, lucuma, and collagen. {fashionista inbox}

Catbird Expands Across America
Williamsburg-founded jewelry brand Catbird plans to open 10 new stores by 2026, adding to its stores in New York City, Boston, Los Angeles and Washington, D.C. It announced plans to open stores in San Francisco, Atlanta, Chicago and seven other cities yet to be announced within the next two years. {The New York Times/paywall}

Pusha T for Louis Vuitton

Photo: Courtesy of Louis Vuitton

Pusha T appointed Louis Vuitton ambassador
Pusha T, longtime friend and collaborator of Louis Vuitton Men’s Creative Director Pharrell Williams, is Louis Vuitton’s newest house ambassador. The rapper’s appointment underscores Louis Vuitton’s ongoing mission to tell diverse stories in the menswear landscape. {Fashionista inbox}

A Deep Dive Into Abercrombie & Fitch’s Hugely Successful Reinvention
In recent years, the formerly “preppy, testosterone-fueled” brand has reinvented itself, becoming a go-to source for indefinable, just-trendy-enough pieces ranging from wedding guest dresses to knock-off vintage T-shirts. Abercrombie & Fitch’s sales reached $2.2 billion last year, up from its early 2000s heyday. The successful makeover now serves as a case study for the industry, according to The Cut’s Chantal Fernandez, who has delved into the company’s evolution and current operations. {The Cut}

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