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In fashion, you keep up with trends, and the headlines. In case you missed it, here’s a recap of what the world of fashion delivered this September:

Jennifer Lopez threw it back to that one unforgettable dress

A name which needs no introduction, Jennifer Lopez rocked the after-party for the Versace Spring Summer 2020 runway show in a remake of her iconic Versace gown. Hailed the best dressed of the Grammy Awards 2000, and the inspiration behind Google Images, the dress was designed by Donatella Versace. With this reimagined mini, the plunging neckline sports a safety pin accent and is paired with over-the-knee boots embellished with Swarovski cysrtals, also from the Spring 2020 collection.

Pharrell Williams launches Now Is Her Time with Adidas
The latest collaboration between Adidas and Pharrell Williams is a campaign told from the point of view of females of various backgrounds, and the allies who support them through and through. Now Is Her Time is intended as a call to action for the 21st century in amplifying the voices of women making waves in the world, including Patrisse Cullors, community organizer and co-founder of Black Lives Matter; Nadya Okamoto, nonprofit leader and founder of period.org; and writer, director and broadcaster Reggie Yates. The adidas Originals by Pharrell Williams ‘Now Is Her Time’ pack is a new unisex collection of apparel and shoes for adults, juniors, kids and infants.
Gucci is now entirely carbon neutral

Gucci just announced a further effort in its commitment to drive positive environmental change. The brand will now be offsetting all remaining greenhouse gas emissions annually from its own operations and the entire supply chain through four critically important REDD+ projects that support forest conservation. As part of its long-term sustainability strategy over the last few years, Gucci has also looked to low-impact alternative and sustainable materials, sustainable sourcing, and manufacturing efficiencies to avoid and reduce its impacts across the supply chain.

The Chanel 19 Bag

Chanel’s handbags are automatic icons, and adding to that honour is its latest: the Chanel 19. The bag made its debut on the runway of the Fall/Winter 2019/2020 collection by Karl Lagerfeld and Virginie Viard. The number 19 is auspicious for the House, paying tribute to its elder created in 1955 by Mademoiselle Chanel, that is the 2.55. This one comes in three sizes with large diamond quilting on leather or tweed, with a metal chain interlaced and a number of finishes.