Rufina Bazlova presented T-shirts with traditional embroidery based on Belarusian protests
In Belarus, mass actions against the results of the presidential elections do not subside, according to the results of which Alexander Lukashenko won 80% of the vote, and his main opponent Svetlana Tikhanovskaya - 10%. Everyone shows a civic position in their own way: designers and artists, for example, through creativity. So, Rufina Bazlova created an Instagram page where she uploads drawings of traditional Belarusian embroidery. They depict police officers, paddy wagons and women leading the rest of the protesters. Baslova's drawings are embodied in T-shirts, which can be pre-ordered by writing to [email protected]. “All profits will be passed on to the victims of the regime,” reads an Instagram post.
Anastasia Kovtun became a member of the Reebok project
Anastasia Kovtun, a 16-year-old resident of the Perm Territory, who became the youngest author of a digital cover of American Vogue, took part in the Reebok #Create Your Heritage project. Its goal is to unite talented people around the world, "those who look at reality from a different angle and create extraordinary content for future generations." They were asked to reflect on Reebok's ideas and the Classic Leather Legacy sneaker, based on the brand's two bestselling shoes, Classic Leather and Aztec. In addition to Kovtun, the project involves motion designer Brickspacer, artist Dmitry Shabalin and make-up artist Margarita Art, who does make-up using plasticine, plasters and slimes. The works of art figures will be presented on digital platforms Reebok.
Farfetch launches virtual shoe fitting service
The Farfetch online retailer app now has the ability to try on new items anywhere in the world. So far, it only applies to sneakers and Off-White sneakers: you need to choose the pair you like, indicate the size, open the camera on the phone and point it at your feet. In the future, the Virtual Try On service will be extended to models of other brands presented at Farfetch.
Virtual shoe fitting service from Farfetch © press service
Louis Vuitton has renewed a boutique in Sochi
The renovated Louis Vuitton boutique has opened in the historic building of the Sea Terminal in Sochi - with a ceiling decorated with many origami-style flowers that refer to the Les Objets Nomades collection of interior items, and two spacious terraces overlooking the embankment and the sea. The boutique features leather clothing, bags, footwear and accessories designed by Nicolas Gesquière, Women's Creative Director, and Virgil Abloh, Men's Creative Director. Here you can also purchase the signature fragrances of the French brand.