Mejuri launches a Salmon Gold jewellery line
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Mejuri Drops Earrings Made With Gold from Abandoned Mines + More Fashion News

Plus, Marimekko is popping up at Holt Renfrew.

Mejuri releases its first Salmon Gold collection

Mejuri launches a Salmon Gold jewellery line
Photography courtesy of Mejuri

Traditional gold mining can be a dirty business — literally. And in an effort to do something about it, Mejuri has released its first collection made entirely of handcrafted, nature-positive Salmon Gold.

In partnership with sustainability advocates RESOLVE and Regeneration, the Canadian fine jewellery brand’s new line is made with gold that’s sourced from revived historical mine sites while aiding habitat restoration. 

Featuring four fan-favourite Bold Hoop styles in an elegant plissé texture, the new Mejuri Salmon Gold line is the perfect excuse to upgrade your jewellery collection while supporting responsible and environmentally friendly craftsmanship.

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South Korean actor Gong Yoo is Louis Vuitton’s newest house ambassador

South Korean actor Gong Yoo poses as a new Louis Vuitton House Ambassador
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Louis Vuitton is known for its elite line-up of brand ambassadors, and the iconic French fashion house has just added acclaimed South Korean actor Gong Yoo (who is best known for Squid Game and Train to Busan) to their stacked A-list roster.

As a long-time friend of the house and a celeb with a history of environmental and mental health activism that reflects the brand’s values, this partnership is a match made in fashion heaven.

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Marimekko is popping up at Holt Renfrew


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If you find yourself at a Holt Renfrew in Vancouver or Toronto this July, keep your eyes peeled for a fashion pop-up that you won’t want to miss. Finnish lifestyle brand Marimekko is celebrating the 60th anniversary of Unikko (the brand’s signature abstract floral pattern) by taking over selected Holt locations with brightly coloured showcases of everything from their iconic home decor pieces to their latest ready-to-wear apparel drops.

Plus, if you’re in need of a little pick-me-up after an invigorating shopping endeavour, Marimekko will also be transforming Holts Café’s into an extra special “Unikko” dining experience.

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Chloé introduces Chloé Arts


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Fashion is a form of wearable art, so it’s only fitting that luxury brand Chloé is committed to supporting emerging artists with its new initiative Chloé Arts.

The French fashion house has launched the program to not only support up-and-coming artists but also continue their legacy of uplifting female talent. For its first project, the house worked with Danish artist Mie Olise Kjærgaard on a curation of eight paintings, including one exclusively commissioned by Chloé, that are now on display at the Chloé Paris flagship store.

“Chloé is about intuition, freedom, and the celebration of women. Mie’s work speaks to all these elements. Her paintings portray women who make their own defined choices,” says Chloé creative director Chemena Kamali, whose first collection for the house coincides with the launch of the Chloé Arts project.

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Toronto Metropolitan University fashion students present a 2SLGBTQIA+ exhibit

Fashion students at Toronto Metropolitan University’s Creative School celebrated Pride Month this year by highlighting the history of 2SLGBTQIA+ culture. The innovative exhibit, titled “Out of the Closet and Into the Street,” connects reimagined historical objects of Queer identity, politics and desire (including carnations, buttons and hankies) to highlight the profound impact of Queer representation in fashion.

To view the moving exhibition, visit the main floor of 122 Bond St. on TMU’s campus by July 3.

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