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 back in October:

… And naturally, the relaunch party was full of stars. Celebs like Gal Gadot, Naomi Scott and Jason Momoa were there to celebrate the transformed space where two buildings become one. The reconstructed interiors were rendered by New York based architect Peter Marino, who envisioned window displays of New Bond Street, a sweeping double helix shaped staircase, and artwork – much like the new Louis Vuitton in The Gardens Mall.

In 2013, Gucci founded Chime for Change in the fight for equality worldwide. The organisation has, to date, raised USD 15 million for over 89 countries. Focusing attention onto child marriage in its latest campaign #letgirlsdream, Chime for Change has partnered with award-winning director Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy on a short film titled ‘Sitara’, about a young girl whose dream of being a pilot is crushed when she is forced into child marriage. The reality is that this is the story of 12 million girls around the world. Watch the trailer here.

With a design that’s too good to pass on by (and treasures too sparkling to ignore), Tokyo is proud to host Cartier’s latest exhibition, Crystallisation of Time. Located in the National Art Centre, some 300 creations from Cartier from the 1970s onwards are on display, with more than half loaned from private collections around the world that are usually hidden from the public eye. The exhibition is open till 16 December 2019.

‘What We Carry’ is a content series by Prada and brought to fruition by National Geographic Explorer. In line with Prada championing its own use of regenerated nylon, the series explores the diverse multinational source of resources from the ocean to factories worldwide. In its fourth instalment, photo journalist Hannah Reyes Morales, and Wei Daxun, Chinese actor and Prada reporter take to China, long renowned for its mega textile industry. Watch the episode here.

It’s called B Bounce, and it’s addictive. Once the player selects a Burberry puffer jacket for their character, they race it to the moon, bouncing between platforms and gaining speed by collecting Burberry’s gold TB logos and drones along the way. As you might have guessed, the game launched together with Burberry’s new puffer jacket collection. Play the game and discover the collection on Burberry’s website.