Author: Angel Lawrynkiewicz

MacKenzie-Childs Debuts New Spring Collection at Fortnum & Mason’s Flagship Store

MacKenzie-Childs debuts new spring collection at Fortnum & Mason’s flagship store. MacKenzie-Childs will be hosting a pop-up shop on March 20th – April 26th inside Fortnum & Mason’s Flagship store (181 Piccadilly London W1A 1ER). MacKenzie-Childs is debuting a new Spring Collection, perfect for Easter, Mother’s Day, and all your spring entertaining needs. Additionally, on March 24th from 10am – 4pm shoppers are invited to attend a meet-and-greet with Rebecca Proctor, the Creative Director for MacKenzie-Childs. She will be there to introduce the brand’s new collection and chat with shoppers about some of her favorite pieces!...

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Art Collection of Lauren Bacall Will Be Displayed at Bonhams’ Madison Avenue Galleries

Art Collection of Lauren Bacall will be displayed at Bonhams’ Madison Avenue Galleries. The preview will be held in New York, March 25 – March 30. The highly anticipated auction will take place on March 31 and April 1. The extensive art collection of the late acclaimed actress, Lauren Bacall, will go on view to the public at Bonhams’ Madison Avenue galleries from 25-30 March inclusive (10.00-17.30) before being auctioned on March 31 and April 1. Accompanying the sale is the lavishly illustrated auction catalog, a collector’s item in its own right. Numbering more than 374 pages and containing...

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Clothing Retailer ‘Inditex’ Permanently Bans Angora Wool, and Donates Remaining Stock

Clothing retailer ‘Inditex’ permanently bans Angora wool, and donates remaining stock. The world’s largest clothing retailer, Inditex, made history when it agreed not only to adopt a permanent ban on angora wool but also to donate its remaining stock of 20,000 brand-new angora wool garments manufactured in previous seasons to people in need. This week, PETA, along with Life for Relief and Development (Life USA), began distributing the sweaters and coats (which carry a retail value of approximately $878,000) to some of the 1.2 million Syrian refugees in Lebanon. The distribution took place in the villages surrounding the Lebanese...

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Rent The Runway Fashion Subscription Service Makes Debut

Rent The Runway Fashion Subscription service makes debut. “Rent the Runway is a fashion company with a technology soul. Powered by a transformative business model, proprietary technology, a unique reverse-logistics operation and some of the smartest people on earth, we’re in a position to challenge old systems and rewrite new rules. By giving people access to remarkable luxury experiences, we’re changing the meaning of ownership — and revolutionizing retail in the process.” Rent The Runway advertises an introductory price of $49 for your first month’s subscription of unlimited dresses and accessories, and then $99/month after. Learn more at

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