Gucci launches its latest DIY program

Gucci has announced it will be extending its personalisation service to its iconic Ophidia tote bag and the Ace sneaker. The customisable accessories will be available to shop from May 10 online at Gucci.com and in store at New York’s Gucci Wooster space. The Italian fashion house promoted its latest personalisation service, titled Do It Yourself, with a campaign shot by Petra Collins. You can also preview your product with the help of the label’s virtual image tool, so you know exactly what your new customised purchase will look like before you check out.

Online luxury retailer Farfetch launched a fine jewellery and watches hub on May 8 in an effort to provide shoppers with a range of sought-after pieces from some of the most iconic brands—think De Beers, Chopard, David Yurman, Pomellato, Tiffany & Co., Bell & Ross, Girard-Perregaux, TAG Heuer, Ulysse Nardin and Zenith. Retailers will now be able to provide customers from across the globe with a wide range of products that have only ever previously been available for purchase directly from the brand. “We are thrilled to be launching hard luxury on Farfetch with such an incredible line-up of brands,” says chief commercial and sustainability officer, Giorgio Belloli.

“This move is a natural extension to the unrivalled range we already offer lovers of fashion around the world.”

Stationary brand An Organised Life has announced that the launch of its new Zodiac Collection is imminent. Featuring 12 lined notebooks—one for every month and corresponding star sign—complete with zodiac symbols, inspiring text and a black textured card cover, the collection will be available to shop towards the end of May—so watch this space.

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