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H&M has just announced a new collaboration with iconic British brand, Richard Allan, on a limited-edition collection of womenswear. The partnership will see a line which features the eclectic ‘60s designer’s now-iconic prints, originally printed on scarves, repurposed to feature on dresses, blouses, skirts, shirts, trousers and accessories. Throughout the collection, bright and graphic patterns won’t be the only retro trend tapped, with high necklines, wide cuffs and soft pleats reminiscent of ‘swinging ‘60s’ London also given a nod. [H&M]

Sydney-based brand Nagnata has announced it is once again collaborating with The Woolmark Company to produce Movement 004—an activewear collection which heroes a brand new sustainable textile sourced from merino wool. Transforming the luxury material into a technical fabric, its newly released pieces cater to the demands of any performance-focused garment with the added benefit of stretch and a soft touch. This drop heroes a range of seasonal colours, such as tropic green, turmeric and burgundy in a number of styles, including the sartorially celebrated bike short, crop tops, leggings and knitwear. The collection is available to shop now on Nagnata’s website. [Vogue Inbox]

Net-a-Porter is hosting an exclusive e-pop up store to showcase Tiffany & Co.’s new Tiffany T collection. The range—which was designed to embody confidence and modernity — heroes the letter ‘T’ in the form of strong clean lines. Expect pieces in 18k yellow, white and rose gold with inlaid stone features, including tiger’s eye, turquoise, pink opal and black onyx, plus the appearance of radiant mother-of-pearl. Whether you’re planning to wear the pieces individually or style them in a stack, you can now shop the collection here. [Vogue Inbox]

Calvin Klein’s newly-renovated Westfield Sydney store is reopening this Thursday 22nd August. With the re-open will also come the full range of the underwear brand’s autumn offering, including the #MyCalvins IRL range which features comfort-led basics as well as Calvin Klein’s legacy-inspired 1981 bold styles. And while you shop, you can spy the underwear brand’s latest campaign, which stars Naomi Campbell, Bella Hadid and Jacob Elordi. [Vogue Inbox]

On a similar note, the Sydney store reopening also happens to coincide with Calvin Klein’s brand new campaign, “Get Between Me And #MyCalvins”, which opposes the sentiment first uttered in Brooke Shields’s memorable ‘80s advert. In a number of images, which portray multiple iterations of modern love in everyday settings, the campaign stars a group of real-life couples—including pairs Patrick Schwarzenegger and Abby Champion, Iris Law and Jyrrel Roberts, and Aqua Parios and Selena Forrest—and features the iconic Calvin Klein logo emblazoned on minimalist and modern must-have pieces. [Vogue Inbox]

The first recipient of The Two Grant has been announced as Shayna Suppasiritad, founder of Coclo—an online fashion rental service which provides customers with carefully created capsule wardrobes which can be borrowed in lieu of purchasing apparel themselves. The grant—which is funded by Twoobs founders, sisters Jess and Stef Dadon — awards $7000 to budding female entrepreneurs. Applications for the next round of grants open today, and can be completed here. [Vogue Inbox]

Tommy Hilfiger has just announced the exciting launch of autumn’s 2019 Tommy Jeans drop—a collection which has been created using unused materials, trims and labelling. Celebrating quintessential Tommy Hilfiger denim designs, with an added twist, each piece in the collection pledges to be made from at least 90 per cent deadstock materials, including pre-used fabrics, rivets and leather patches. This follows the brand’s first collection made with 100 per cent recycled denim products produced for its spring/summer 2019 line. [Vogue Inbox]

In other store opening-related news, French label Sandro Paris is also celebrating a brand new standalone store in Westfield Sydney. Following its first Sydney store’s opening back in 2015, the brand is celebrating its second store — which opens on August 22—by giving away a pair of sunglasses with every purchase over $1,000, as well as complimentary Sandro Paris tote bags from the opening night, until stocks last. [Vogue Inbox]