Billie Eilish Cancels Fashion Collaboration, Nike Launches Sneaker Subscription

by Aria Darcella

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A Billie Eilish Capsule Collection Has Been Pulled for Stolen Artwork (Dazed)
The brand Siberia Hills has pulled a capsule collab with Billie Eilish after it came to light that the collection ripped off the work of an anime fan artist, Mr. M_Qurokawa. Siberia Hills has also posted an apology on its Instagram page. Eilish, who was not aware the brand had used the artist’s work, has also pulled the merch from her site.


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Nike Launches a Shoe Subscription Service for Kids (Fast Company)
Yesterday, Nike launched the Nike Adventure Club, a subscription service for children’s sneakers. Subscribers can get their kids a new pair of Nike or Converse shoes anywhere from monthly to quarterly intervals, for $50 to $60 a pair. The service aims to cover the rate at which kids outgrow their shoes for parents that are too buys to make trips to the mall. Additionally, the brand is allowing subscribers to mail back their used shoes in an effort to recycle the sneakers.


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Missy Elliot to Receive the Video Vanguard Award at the VMAs
Missy Elliot will perform at the MTV VMAs for the first time since 2003, when she accepts her Video Vanguard Award. “Missy’s impact on the music landscape is indelible,” said Bruce Gillmer, head of music and music talent at Viacom and co-brand head of MTV International. “Her creative vision across production, performance and songwriting is unmatched. Additionally, MTV is partnering with Pepsi to host a pop-up event for fans in New York the weekend before the show. Titled The Museum of Missy Elliott, the exhibit will feature installations, music videos, and costumes. The VMAs, which take place August 26, will also honor Marc Jacobs with the Fashion Trailblazer award.

Missy Elliot

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Off-White Releases a Home Collection
Off-White c/o Virgil Abloh is launching a home collection with three categories: “CERAMICS”, “BED” and “BATH”. The collection — which features mugs, plates, blankets, towels, and more — ranges in price from $95 to $635. Off-White Home will be available online on September 1st.

Nadii Wellness Kicks Off Their Spiritual Speaker Series
Nadii Wellness kicked off their Spiritual Speaker Series last night at Soho House with a panel discussion featuring The Brujas of Brooklyn, Dr. Miguelina Rodriguez and Dr Griselda Rodriguez; author and mental health advocate, Palak Vani; psychotherapist, Liz Beecroft; and Nadii founder, Pooja Kharbanda. Guests, including Betsy Jones, Lourdes Uribe, and Bri Majsiak, enjoyed elixirs from Kin Euphorics and kicked off the evening with a group energy cleanse. After the panel discussion, the Brujas of Brooklyn led a group mantra breathing session, followed by an ego-eradicating ritual, then everyone went home with Nadii’s signature “Meditation Is Better Than Botox” tote.

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