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Bottega Veneta release butterfly collection


It’s a fashion first inside the world of virtual reality, with an announcement from Museo Salvatore Ferragamo revealing their partnership with Google this week.

The fashion powerhouse and tech giant will collaborate on the project named We Wear Culture, involving over 180 world-renowned cultural institutions from New York to London, Tokyo and Paris.

Using state-of-the-art technology, the project will allow internet users the chance to step inside the world of virtual reality to explore everything from the ancient Silk Road, through to the fashions of Versailles.

Best yet, many iconic Hollywood pieces will be brought to life through 360° videos, street view and ultra-high resolution “gigapixel” images. Think Marilyn Monroe’s Salvatore Ferragamo high heels and Chanel’s timeless Little Black Dress.

In collaboration news, Converse and JW Anderson are gearing up to debut their first collaboration, meaning it’s definitely time to upgrade your high tops.

To celebrate their long-term relationship, the partnership hopes to celebrate street style combined with accessible luxury, representing a juxtaposition of masculinity and femininity.

Jonathan Anderson said: “From my very first pair, Converse have represented such a radical movement in style and culture. The contrasts and similarities between the world of Converse and the world of JW Anderson creates a space of culture tension that’s a dream to play within as a designer.”

From street style to New York chic, the Australian Fashion Chamber held a New York launch party to celebrate Malcolm Carfrae’s Australian Fashion Foundation.

The event was of course packed full of Australia’s most fashion forward including Simone and Nicky Zimmermann, Vogue’s fashion director Christine Centenera, Camilla Freeman Topper, Marc Freeman and designer Dion Lee.

Just in case you were on the hunt for the next It bag, Bottega Veneta announced this week the launch of their Butterfly Capsule collection arriving exclusively to the Westfield Sydney boutique for two weeks only until July 4.

Originally introduced to the label in the late 70s, the butterfly has emerged as a subtle signature of the fashion house. Two limited edition styles will be available for made to order purchase – the Cabat Butterfly Ayers Elaphe and the Knot Butterfly Ayers Elaphe.Read more at:uk prom dresses | prom dress shops in london