Daily News: A-Rod and J-Lo are neighbors to the East End, Chiara Ferragni is expanding her empire, what Leandra Medine is up to, Lox Club celebrates pride, and more!

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A-Rod’s summer rental raises eyebrows

Oh, you thought the Alex Rodriguez & Jennifer Lopez news cycle was over? Think again ! Just weeks after the high-profile couple split, the former baseball star reportedly escaped to the Hamptons for the summer. Sixth page writes that A-Rod is now sitting a few steps from Lopez’s 8,500-square-foot Watermill Mansion, in a $ 5 million rental in Bridgehampton. The property has an impressive list of selling points, including a heated pool and spa, seven bedrooms, 11 bathrooms, and nearly four acres of land with direct access to a pond. Oh, and a makeshift basketball court he showed off via an Instagram post. Too close for more comfort? You told us.

Leandra Medine x Closed capsule

Man Repeller founder Leandra Medine Cohen has announced a partnership with Closed and a capsule collection slated for release in October. The next collection will consist of just six pieces, including a jacket, denim shirt, and basic jeans, which will cost between $ 215 and $ 640. The duo will donate a percentage of sales to a selected charity, although this has not yet been disclosed. In October, the offer will be available for purchase at closed.com and at select global retailers.

Chiara Ferragni expands her global empire to include watches and jewelry

Global influencer Chiara Ferragni is expanding her offering with the launch of a namesake line of jewelry and watches. The Milan-based entrepreneur and style icon has signed a global licensing agreement with the Morellato Group, which will result in the inaugural distribution of its jewelry and watch collection, which is expected to begin in October. The mum-of-two also signed a five-year licensing agreement with Italian children’s clothing line Monnalisa for a future collaboration on clothing for children 10 and under.

Balmain Festival V02, let’s go!

The Balmain Music Festival should take place again on September 28 and 29 and will end with the launch of the French house’s Spring Summer ’22 offer. The collection, which will debut in the middle of the Paris Fashion Week festivities, will highlight the two-day music festival at Seine Musicale in Paris. The festival program will also include a selection of music, drinks, food and a limited edition collection to take away. The festival comes after the original Balmain Festival in 2019, for which creative director Olivier Rousteing took to a concert-like podium to present the house’s men’s collection. This year’s festival is free on the first night, with a limited number of 1,200 seats on the second night in honor of the collection’s debut. For those lucky enough to be awarded one of the 1,200 seats, a minimum donation of 15 euros to (RED) and the Global Fund will be required in order to receive two tickets to the show.


Gucci teases upcoming 100th anniversary collection

Gucci is no stranger to song lyrics, let alone 22,705 of them. For its 100th anniversary collection, Gucci will tune in to its association with pop culture and focus on its long-standing connection to the music industry… oh, and that number. The centennial collection, which was teased via previews and press appointments during Milan Fashion Week, will feature “22,705” and the phrase “the music is mine, the Gucci seats are reclined. – a tribute to the song “The R” by Eric B. & Rakim in 1988. – printed on a variety of parts. The music-centric theme comes after creative director Alessandro Michele’s “Aria” collection debuted on the runway with a hip-hop soundtrack full of some of those 22,705 Gucci references – Lil ‘”Gucci Gang” Pump and “Gucci Flip Flops” by Bhad Bhabie included.

The latest UGG x Telfar is here

UGG and Telfar have teamed up again for a range of classic clothing, underwear and (drum roll, please!) Footwear merging each brand’s unique style. To celebrate the collaboration, the duo teamed up with the cast of The Real Housewives of Potomac, with the cast of the collection wearing pieces from the collection, as well as iconic pieces from Telfar, for broadcast in In the style. Starting in September, buyers can expect further drops in the ongoing collaboration, just in time for cooler temperatures and much-needed fireside comfort!

Ugg x Telfar (Courtesy)

Olivia von Halle went further Nile with its latest offer of loungewear

For her Fall / Winter 21 collection, London-based luxury loungewear designer Olivia von Halle wanted pieces that exude luxury, both in appearance and in feel, and her latest offering, titled “The Divine Nile”, did exactly that. The collection, which is inspired by hieroglyphics, ancient Egyptian royalty and Cleopatra, features silky sets, breathable cotton pieces and printed dresses, sleep masks, scarves and more that are sure to suit a queen. .

Olivia von Halle (Courtesy)

Ferragamo puts on his dancing shoes for his last drop!

For his latest unveiling of women’s shoes, Salvatore Ferragamo drew inspiration from around the world. The resulting find was a desire for freedom and alas, the “Let’s Dance” collection was born. With the idea of ​​creating shoes to promote freedom of movement and ease, the collection kept lightness and comfort (and the ability to dance!) in mind with a ballerina, lightweight laces, moccasin, refracted high heel sandal, chunky heel and soft block heel boot. With each design, the offer reminds the wearer of the power of expression and the simplicity of getting into the dance, wherever and whenever it is. With a color palette ranging from black and silver to bright red and hues embellished with rhinestones, Ferragamo has ensured that the collection is suitable for every look and every moment of the day. To celebrate, Ferragamo launched the Ferragamo Dance Challenge on TikTok, which will invite users to take dance tutorials and try out different choreographies for a chance to be featured on the brand’s page. The collection will be available for sale from mid-June on Ferragamo.com and in select stores.

Peter Dundas celebrates the first Father’s Day

Designer Peter Dundas and his partner EV Bousis celebrated their first Father’s Day on Sunday with their son Alexios Peter Bousis-Dundas, born by surrogate on June 14. The proud parents took to Instagram to share the exciting news, complete with encouraging posts. to anyone looking for parenting in legends. “… If you hope to have children in a place that does not support this trip, PLEASE do not [lose] Faith. God is good and the world is changing and that will change for you too. For all those who are expecting two friends dads or two moms; please support them whether they have children or hope they have children. Their children will have so much love and will remember that LOVE ALWAYS WINS !! Dundas wrote. Will baby Alexios be sitting in the front row when Dundas shows this NYFW? We can only hope!

LaQuan Smith launches swimwear

Partnering with online retail destination FRWD, American fashion designer LaQuan Smith has launched his first foray into the swimwear category, and its bold aesthetic is reminiscent of the distinctive style for which his brand is emerging. known. The 11-piece offering was designed with the same mantra the brand has lived through since its inception: instilling confidence in women no matter what they wear. How, you might ask? Bold cutouts, sizzling details like yokes and lace-up ties, and graphic lines. The collection, which includes bikinis priced from $ 253 to $ 275 and unique pieces from $ 300 to $ 450, is available at FWRD now.

(Courtesy of LaQuan)

The Lox Club hosts a Pride charity dinner to benefit Keshet

Jewish dating app Lox Club partnered with Andrew Warren, Ryan Thomas-Roth and Danielle Naftali to host an Alice in Wonderland-themed cocktail party and dinner in the Hamptons on Friday night. The event was in honor of Pride Month and organized in support of Keshet, an organization that advocates for the inclusion and equality of all LGBTQ Jews. Among those in attendance at the whimsical party were Ava Dash and Connor Kennedy, Ethan D’Spain, designer / DJ Timo Weiland, Nathan Romano of Onia, Princess Noor Pahlavi of Iran, singer Noriella, Roma Abdesselam, model Monika Clarke and other content creators. like Ryan Clark and Julia Moshy. Guests feasted on a menu hosted by New York hotspot Rubys at a table designed by Social Studies. The event raised some $ 25,000 and the Lox Club will match a portion of the donations.

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