Sha’Carri Richardson got a digital ‘Vogue’ cover, Pamela Love buys back her brand

Sha’Carri Richardson got a digital ‘Vogue’ cover, Pamela Love buys back her brand

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These are the stories making headlines in the fashion industry on Tuesday.

Sha’Carri Richardson received a digital Fashion cover
Sha’Carri Richardson is Fashion‘s digital cover star for August 2024. Photographed by Luis Alberto Rodriguez and styled by Julia Sarr-Jamois, she wears a Ralph Lauren Collection bodysuit and skirt and Nike sneakers on the cover. In the accompanying story by Maya Singer, Richardson offers a glimpse into her family life, the moment she realized she was fast and her love of track and field ahead of the 2024 Paris Olympics. {Fashion/Paywall}

Pamela Love buys back her brand
Pamela Love has bought back her eponymous jewelry brand from RedLuxury Group after the investment firm acquired an 80% stake in 2019. Love stayed on as creative director but said Fashion store There were disagreements with investors. Love bought back her company in partnership with former RedLuxury Chief Operating Officer Alex Henriques and his wife Stephany Sleiman, an advertising executive. As her customers signal interest in fine jewelry, Love is undergoing a rebranding and plans to expand her offerings to include bridal jewelry and ear piercings. {Fashion store/Paywall}

<p>Photos: Courtesy of Savage x Fenty</p>
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Photos: Courtesy of Savage x Fenty

Rihanna hires A$AP Rocky and son RZA for Savage X Fenty campaign
A$AP Rocky stars alongside his and Rihanna’s son RZA in Savage X Fenty’s new Savage X Classics campaign. The collection comes in sizes XS to 4X and is available now on in three- and six-packs of boxers, briefs and t-shirts. {Fashionista Inbox}

Ports 1961 appoints Francesco Bertolini as design director
Luxury women’s fashion label Ports 1961 has appointed Francesco Bertolini as its new design director. Bertolini joined the company in 2019. His first collection for the brand will be presented in spring 2025. “I am deeply honored to lead design at Ports 1961,” Bertolini said in a statement. “I am delighted to be able to contribute my vision to the evolution of the brand, which has always valued and supported my talent. Ports 1961’s commitment to innovation and modernity aligns with my core values.” {Fashionista Inbox}

Louis Vuitton presents new workwear collection for men and collaboration with Timberland
Louis Vuitton will release its Pharrell Williams men’s workwear capsule collection on August 8. It pays tribute to the workwear’s American Western roots and includes ready-to-wear, the limited-edition Keepall 50 toolbox bag and the brand’s collaboration with Timberland. The Louis Vuitton x Timberland boots will be available on the brand’s website and the LV app on July 18 before hitting select stores worldwide on August 8. Check out the campaign images featuring the Timberland collaboration below. {Fashionista Inbox}

<p>Louis Vuitton Fall 2024 Men’s Workwear Capsule Collection. Photo: Courtesy of Louis Vuitton</p>
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Louis Vuitton Fall 2024 Men’s Workwear Capsule Collection. Photo: Courtesy of Louis Vuitton

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