Just in: As Footwear News reported, Adidas just launched its newest soccer-inspired Nemeziz Tango 17+ 360 Agility UltraBoost sneakers. Available in a striking Solar Orange colorway with black stripes, the sneakers retail for $209. But you need some luck to get your hands on them: The retailer End is hosting a draw that you can enter for a chance to buy them.
Lululemon news: From now through October 28, head over to The Grove in Los Angeles for a special Lululemon pop-up space located in front of Nordstrom. In addition to purchasing the brand's usual activewear items, you can also customize your pieces with designs from local L.A. illustrator Sophia Chang. See you there!
Thoroughly excited: The trailer for Olivia Cooke and Anya-Taylor Joy's new thriller, Thoroughbreds, was just released, and it’s creepy in the best possible way. The movie chronicles two childhood friends who reconnect and "bring out each other's most destructive tendencies," per the press release. Watch the trailer here.
Back again: It’s official, fanny packs are cool again. E! Daily Pop host Catt Sadler partnered with handbag designer Lulu Eschelman to create a one-of-a-kind bag called The Jacki. And here's the bonus: There's a charitable element. The bag retails for $575, and 50% of the sales will go to support the Women Like Us Foundation, which is dedicated to promoting gender equality and social justice. Shop the bag online here.
Watch and learn: British luxury goods company Smythson has launched its newest travel campaign, Journey to the Wild Side. Under the new head of brand, Nicole Bahbout, Smythson created a short film with director and screenwriter Sophie Edelstein to perfectly capture the wonder and amazement of Great Britain. Watch the video here.
Cool shades: After the amazing response from its first collection, Karen Walker is releasing a second eyewear-as-makeup line of sunglasses called Shadow Play, which is meant to "illuminate, not shield, your eyes," per the press release. Shop the shades at KarenWalker.com.
Give back: Designer Michael Kors is continuing his charitable giving with the fifth year of his campaign Watch Hunger Stop, aimed at fighting and raising awareness of global hunger. The newest campaign features Kate Hudson as well as the artwork of celebrated British artist Clym Evernden. For each item purchased, 100 meals will be delivered to children in need with the help of the World Food Program, so get shopping on MichaelKors.com now through March 31, 2018.
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