Selena Gomez is producing a fashion-themed horror film, MM6 Maison Margiela debuts their collab with The North Face, and more

Selena Gomez is producing a fashion-themed horror film, MM6 Maison Margiela debuts their collab with The North Face, and more

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Text: Emily Heng

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Selena Gomez is all-set to produce a fashion-themed horror movie.

Titled Dollhouse, it is "set in the upper echelon of New York City's fashion scene" and is reportedly being touted as a "Black Swan-esque psychological thriller." The film's director has yet to be announced, though Deadline has revealed that Michael Paisley is credited for the screenplay. The Internet is also rife with rumours that Gomez will, possibly, star in the film as well.


Marc Jacobs dropped a short film documenting his quarantine experience in New York.

The designer uploaded A New York Story on YouTube; a twenty-minute account of his stay at the Mercer Hotel when the city went into lockdown. He dedicated the film to his husband, Nick Newbold, who he claims is "the one who if you are lucky, you get the chance to know and grow with all your life." Aw. Jacobs also expresses his love for New York at the end of his piece, with his final message being, "I love you, New York, in sickness and in health." On that note...


Saks Fifth Avenue pays tribute to New York designers with their latest campaign.

The aim? To highlight the creativity and strength of the city as well as to celebrate NY-based artists and designers making a positive difference to the community. Saks has since put on a special window display which proudly declares "Saks <3 NYC" which will run to 2 November.


The highly-anticipated MM6 Maison Margiela x The North Face collection is here.

This team-up is said to merge the "outdoor apparel brand's technical precision and functionality with the conceptual prowess of a French luxury fashion house." Translation: puffer jackets, vests, backpacks, and more that are practical as they are stylish. Win-win, we say.


Elise by Olsen has opened International Library of Fashion Research.

The digital library will encompass more than 5,000 pieces of contemporary printed fashion documents and artefacts. This includes books, magazines, lookbooks, show invitations, and illustrations from big-name designers in the bein of Acne, Issey Miyake, Martin Margiela, and more. Did we mention that it is free and globally accessible? Score.


Puma drops their latest training shoe for women.

Described as a "dynamic head-turner," the Puma Provoke XT promises maximum performance that works for both high-intensity gym workouts and leisurely exercise. Interested parties can snap it up now at all Puma outlets or on their retail site.


Ralph Lauren's Pink Pony intiative is back.

The brand's global philanthropic program has been running for 20 years. Dedicated to cancer care, RL will be donating the earnings of their collection to Singapore's Breast Cancer Foundation - 100% of the money garnered from sales of the "Live Love" graphic tee will go to charity, as well as 25% of the proceeds made from other items within the collection.