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June 21, 2024

Friday luxury news wrap

Arushi Sakhuja 
With another week drawing to a close, six months of 2022 have whizzed by. And June has been the month of collaborations, with new drops, a slew of creative ideas and uber-luxe living, here’s looking at the newest luxury launches for the week.
Loewe collection
Loewe ss23
Photo Courtesy: Loewe/ Instagram
Loewe ss23
Photo Courtesy: Loewe/ Instagram
Loewe ss23
Photo Courtesy: Loewe/ Instagram
Loewe ss23
Photo Courtesy: Loewe/ Instagram
The fusion of nature and fashion at Loewe’s SS23 collection. Yes, the grass was planted on clothing (with seeds and soil). Plants that have been grown on a series of garments and shoes are the result of an experimental process developed in collaboration with Paula Ulargui Escalona. The idea is that, over time, the pieces merge with nature. The luxury house acknowledges the importance of the environment and this is them tipping their hat with their designs. Each design took 20 days to reach the desired level of growth. They required regular water and maintenance to be runway ready.
Samsung Galaxy X Starbucks
starbucks X samsung
Photo Courtesy: Starbucks Korea Collection/ Instagram
starbucks X samsung
Photo Courtesy: Starbucks Korea Collection/ Instagram
starbucks X samsung
Photo Courtesy: Starbucks Korea Collection/ Instagram
starbucks X samsung
Photo Courtesy: Starbucks Korea Collection/ Instagram
Samsung and Starbucks have come together for a fun coffee-themed capsule collection that gives users some pretty fun items for their Galaxy devices. This is an eco-friendly collection brimming with Starbucks references. The accessories range from phone cases with a Starbucks receipt strap to a replica full latte mini-mug Galaxy Buds 2 case.
Cartier launches a new collection Cartier Beautés du Monde 
Beautés du Monde,
Photo Courtesy: Cartier
Beautés du Monde, The Water Aspis Necklace
Photo Courtesy: Cartier
Luxury brand Cartier launched a new collection that takes inspiration from the beauty of the world, preserving it, and enriching it. Staying true to the brand philosophy, the latest Beautés du Monde High Jewellery collection continues this tradition. The collection captures diverse beauty in seven iconic rings, and aims to take you on a journey from the depths of the sea to the far reaches of the sky, allowing you to see beyond just the surface.
Linde Werdelin launces the Oktopus dive watch
Oktopus dive watch
Photo Courtesy: Linde Werdelin/ Instagram
Linde Werdelin has dropped a new generation of its Oktopus dive watch with two new moon phase watches in white or blue 3DTP. It is the company’s first watch to be made entirely out of the 3D Thin Ply Carbon, making it the lightest watch Linde Werdelin has ever created. ⁠With just 59 pieces of each version available, the piece is now available via the brand’s website for $23,335 USD.⁠
Garmin launches the world’s first solar-charging smartwatch
Garmin Forerunner 955 Solar Charging
Photo Courtesy: Garmin
Garmin unveiled the world’s first GPS-running smartwatch Forerunner 955 which comes with solar charging. Making a move toward eco-conscious living, the watch features a  Power Glass™ solar charging lens giving the Forerunner 955 Solar 50% more battery life — up to 20 days of battery life in smartwatch mode and up to 49 hours in GPS mode with solar. Built for the long run, the Forerunner 955 Solar features an always-on and full-colour display that is easy to read even in direct sunlight. The responsive touchscreen complements the traditional 5-button design, allowing for fast and easy access to everyday health and other features. Designed with the runner in mind, the Forerunner 955 Solar adds innovative new features like heart rate variability (HRV) status, a training readiness score and a race widget to help athletes better prepare for upcoming races.
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