Day: July 7, 2021

How to style neon this summer

It’s official: All of the fashion trends you thought you’d never see again are making a comeback. From Y2K-inspired fashion to mom jeans, the fashion trends we grew up on are now suddenly trendy again.

The one trend we thought was gone for good? Neon. We spotted some celebrities such as P!nk and Hilary Duff in some bright pink ensembles and had a feeling neon might be the next big thing — but then our very own Sheinelle Jones donned a bright neon sweater, and we knew it was official.

Neon wasn’t always the easiest thing to style back then, so luckily Jill Martin stopped by the 3rd hour of TODAY to share all of the ways you can style it now. From bold sneakers and chic accessories to makeup and even bagels, Jill has all of the items you’ll want in your wardrobe this summer.

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BTS Will Model Louis Vuitton Men’s Wear in Spin-off Film: EXCLUSIVE

The fall 2021 Louis Vuitton men’s collection by Virgil Abloh has spawned a spin off — and it will be brought to life by South Korean boy band BTS, WWD has learned.

The French luxury brand plans to unveil the collection, which includes 34 new looks and seven from the original range that was unveiled last January, via a film that will debut on its website today at noon CET. The centerpiece of the online reveal will be an appearance by BTS, who signed on as Vuitton ambassadors last April with a promise of “exciting projects” to come.

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Each member of the supergroup will wear one look in the film by Korean director Jeon Go-woon.

“The film stages a conversation between space, movement and global connectivity central to our moment in time, and explores the city of Seoul through the lens of diversity,” according to Vuitton, noting

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Apple to test hybrid work from store and home for retail staff

Apple Inc. plans to test a hybrid in-store and work-from-home arrangement for retail employees, acknowledging that consumers may continue to prefer online shopping even as the pandemic eases, people with knowledge of the matter told Bloomberg News.

The Cupertino, California-based technology giant will begin a pilot program later this year dubbed “Retail Flex” with a small number of store employees. The arrangement will allow employees to work some weeks at their retail store location and other weeks remotely. From home, workers will handle online sales, customer service and technical support, said the people, who asked not to be identified discussing company policies.

Creating such a program is an acknowledgment that the trend of greater online shopping accelerated by Covid-19 may continue despite economic re-openings and vaccine availability in many parts of the world. Workers will move between their store and remote roles depending on demand in stores versus online shopping

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Harrods Welcomes Fashion Rentals with My Wardrobe HQ Pop-Up, Online Offer

LONDON – Harrods is getting into the rental game, making space for My Wardrobe HQ, the high-end circular fashion platform both in-store and online.

MWHQ will open a pop-up at the Knightsbridge store on Thursday, July 8, and will offer the Harrods edit on

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Harrods said the pop-up will stock a “highly-curated” edit of formal and event pieces as people return to socializing after three national lockdowns here. MWHQ said customers should prepare to rent “the unseen dresses of lockdown; stand-out pieces that didn’t have the chance to shine in the past season.”

Customers will be able to rent a variety of looks ranging from feathered gowns by Huishan Zang to Rotate’s colorful, sculptural mini dresses, and be able to experiment, knowing that, like Cinderella, they’ll need return the goods after a fixed period of time – specifically after 4, 7, 10 or 14

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