Gigi Hadid is the new face of Versace
We totally saw this coming when Donatella joined Instagram (kicking off her brand new account with a selfie with Gigi, natch). The new campaign features Hadid, along with Natasha Poly and Raquel Zimmerman lounging around at a California salt flat, as you do.

Erdem x Net-a-Porter’s Green Carpet Challenge
Everyone’s favorite London-based Canadian designer and all around super human Erdem, has partnered with Net-a-Porter on an eco-friendly capsule collection. The line, comprised of four dresses created with reused or sustainably approved material, is the designer’s take on the Green Carpet Challenge, an initiative by sustainability consulting company Eco-Age. Through the collection, which went live on December 4th, Erdem hopes to challenge the conventional idea of eco-fashion by proving that fashion can be beautiful and environmentally friendly all at once. Shop the green collection here.

Moschino partners with Nintendo on Super Moschino collection
After creating a Barbie that sold out in less than 24 hours for its partnership with Mattel, Moschino has embarked on another unconventional collaboration, this time with Nintendo. The line, known as Super Moschino will include knit sweaters, T-shirts, backpacks and more adorned with images of the Super Mario characters. Our inner teenager couldn’t be more excited.

Artisan handbag line Lidia May gives new meaning to “Made in Bangladesh”
Handbag line Lidia May is looking to challenge the stigma associated with ‘Made in Bangladesh’ by employing underprivileged women and training them in artisan skills to produce luxury handbags. The brand also works with The Lidia Hope Centre School where they educate children, hoping to put an end to the cycle of underpaid garment workers in the country. See the full collection here.

Emily Ratajkowski collaborates with Christy Dawn on a limited-edition dress
Model Ratajkowski has partnered with Venice-based label, Christy Dawn, on a limited-edition dress. The dress, named Emily, will come in 6 different colors, with a total of 100 dresses being produced. It will retail for $250, with 25% of proceeds from sales going to Planned Parenthood.

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