Vogue is giving you the chance to get your hands on a Rihanna-approved eye mask

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Want to rest up like Rihanna? Be sure to shop Vogue Australia’s May 2019 issue, which is on newsstands now, if you’re as keen as we are to get your hands on the Savage x Fenty Lingerie by Rihanna eye mask before it sells out! Featuring the powerhouse of a pop star, beauty mogul and outstanding actress on the cover, we can guarantee it’s one issue you just won’t want to miss.

Once again, Chanel is opening the doors to its seasonal summer boutique in Saint-Tropez, located at the La Mistralée townhouse. Kitted out with Chanel’s ready-to-wear spring/summer 2019 collection, the store will also boast the brand’s Coco Beach de Chanel line, as well as an assortment of accessories, jewellery and perfumes. Bags and shoes will line the walls of the conservatory, alcoves will exhibit Chanel’s best-selling timepieces and the boutique’s pool house will display a collection of swimsuits, espadrilles and straw hats. Open until October, the Saint-Tropez seasonal boutique is no doubt your one stop shop for all things Chanel. [Vogue inbox]

On Earth Day 2019, Allbirds announced both the launch of the Allbirds Carbon Fund, together with the news that the brand is going 100 per cent carbon neutral. In an effort to lighten its footprint, the footwear label’s Carbon Fund will serve as a self-imposed internal carbon tax that aims to fund emissions reduction projects. How can you help? All you have to do is decide which project to support when you checkout after each purchase–yes, it’s that easy. [Vogue inbox]

Farfetch has collaborated with Clare Press, Vogue Australia’s sustainability editor, on an exciting ethical edit of pieces we can guarantee you won’t want to live without. “I wear only sustainable fashion,” she says. “It’s a mix of eco-minded, responsibly made designers, vintage, the odd thrifted find.” With products from brands including the likes of KitX and Ginger & Smart, Press worked with the online luxury retailer to provide shoppers with an array of sustainable and eco-friendly wardrobe favourites, which you can add to your cart by clicking here. [Vogue inbox]

It’s official, Meadowlark in launching in David Jones’s Bourke Street store. “We are excited to announce David Jones Bourke Street will be our first ever Australian stockist of our Ceremonial Collections,” the brand confirmed in a statement. If you’re as excited about the launch as we are, head in store to customise your favourite styles with different diamonds and precious stones from Saturday, May 4. [Vogue inbox]

In partnership with The Langham Sydney, Pink Hope is proud to announce the launch of Australia’s first-ever charity suite. If you’re planning a stay at the hotel between June 1 and September 30, be sure to book the Pink Hope Suite as proceeds from your stay are set to go directly to supporting those at risk of developing breast and ovarian cancers. On top of that, guests will be treated to a VIP experience unlike any other as the pet-friendly all-pink room boasts gift hampers, free access to the mini bar, breakfast in bed, valet parking and all-you-can-eat ice cream–what more could you possibly want? [Vogue inbox]

AFC Curated is set to return to Sydney from May 3 through to May 30, meaning your chance to shop covetable styles from Australia’s top independent designers is here. Setting up shop at The Strand Arcade, the pop-up is giving you the opportunity to explore, connect and shop from brands including Allora, Silent Arrow, Isabelle Quinn, Salty Fox, Revel Knitwear, and many more–so be sure to stop by before it’s too late. [Vogue inbox]

On May 20, Browns is launching an exclusive 100-pieces capsule collection in collaboration with London based designer One Vintage. The collection, which boasts one-of-a-kind handmade styles, will be available to shop both in store and online–meaning there’s no excuse for you not to treat yourself to a selection of designs featuring intricate beading or beautiful embellishments. [Vogue inbox]

Ahead of Mother’s Day, Mazzucchelli’s are launching a new charity initiative coined Every Child is a Diamond. Aiming to raise funds and awareness for the Australian Childhood Foundation, the initiative was initially inspired by patron of the charity, Chris Hemsworth. “After learning about the work of the Australian Childhood Foundation, we felt very passionate about wanting to help,” says the brand’s national marketing manager, Renata Leonello. To support the initiative, all you have to do is invest in one of Mazzucchelli’s Dancing Diamond Pendants, which will be available to purchase from May 12, and a percentage of the proceeds will go directly to the Australian Childhood Foundation through Every Child is a Diamond. [Vogue inbox]

Hot off the heels of the success of their previous collaboration, Le Specs and Adam Selman are partnering on another line of sunglass styles. From The Royale to The Luxx, four muscle car-inspired frames will be available to purchase and we can guarantee they will be sure to turn heads. Citing The Monster as his favourite, Selman shares, “I love the lines and curve on it, it looks deceptively simple and familiar, but it’s really ferocious once you put it on.” Keep your eyes peeled as you’ll likely see everyone from Rihanna to Amy Sedaris sporting these new styles on the streets sometime soon. [Vogue inbox]

Australian label Romance was Born has collaborated with Papier on a collection of wedding stationary which sees the transformation of three of the fashion house’s favourite prints into must-have invitations, notes and thank you cards. The affordable collection is available to shop online here, meaning it’s never been so easy to add a little luxury to your special day. [Vogue inbox]

Sass & Bide has announced its set to launch a limited-edition kids and adult embellished T-shirt in partnership with Barnardos after successfully raising $250,000 for the child safety and family care organisation. Available to shop from May 6, proceeds from the purchase of the must-have style, which is supported by the likes of Nikki Phillips, Samantha Harris and Marcia Leone, will continue to go directly to helping children exposed to physical, emotional and sexual abuse–so be sure to add one to your cart. [Vogue inbox]

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