Must Read: Anitta Covers ‘Harper’s Bazar,’ NCT’s Jeno Lee Is Ferragamo’s Newest Ambassador


Plus, ANDAM revealed finalists for its 2023 fashion awards.

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These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Monday.

Anitta covers Harper’s Bazaar June/July 2023 issue
Anitta covers the June/July “Freedom” issue of Harper’s BazaarPhotographed by Emmanuel Sanchez Monsalve, the Brazilian pop artist discussed what it was like growing up in Brazil, her religion, how the 2018 election of far-right president Jair Bolsonaro influenced her to learn about politics and more. “When we are born into the type of reality that I was in my country, we don’t get the motivation to understand politics,” Anitta told Julianne Escobedo Shepherd. “So we vote not knowing s**t about it, not knowing whatever the f**k we are doing. And that’s what [politicians] want, because then it’s easier to play with us.” {Fashionista inbox}

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NCT’s Jeno Lee is Ferragamo’s newest ambassador
NCT’s Jeno Lee is the newest ambassador for Ferragamo (and the brand’s first-ever male global ambassador). “Jeno Lee’s captivating personality and ability to connect with international young audiences, through his music, style and persona is exceptional. We’re driven by the same passion in our creativity and feel fortunate to have him join Ferragamo,” Creative Director Maximilian Davis said in a company press release. Lee attended Ferragamo’s Fall 2023 show in Milan and previously partnered with the brand for various activations. He teased future projects and said he is “very excited to create a synergy with the brand” via @ferrgamo’s Instagram. {Fashionista inbox}

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ANDAM announces 12 finalists for its 2023 awards
The 2023 ANDAM Fashion Award named 12 finalists in this year’s competition, six of which are competing for the grand prize: Andreādamo, Duran Lantink, Ester Manas, Gauchere, GMBH and LGN Louis-Gabriel Nouchi. (Avellano, Ouest Paris and Vaillant are the Pierre Bergé Prize nominees; Alighieri, Panconesi and Ruslan Baginskiy are in the running for the Accessories Prize.) “Together with the jury, we were particularly impressed by the level of creativity, savoir-faire and craft displayed by this talented group of finalists, who also demonstrated strong consideration for the key sustainability challenges of the future in their impressive range of collections,” Chloé president and CEO Riccardo Bellini said, in a statement. Finalists will present to judges on June 29. {Fashionista inbox}

Rhode and West Elm drop home collaboration 
Ready-to-wear brand Rhode released a print-packed home collection with West Elm, with items ranging from a $39 pillow to $250 for a duvet cover and shams. Shop the collaboration, below {Fashionista inbox}

Brands are thinking about smart mirrors… again
The rise and fall of smart mirrors was quick, but the technology  is getting a second look from fashion companies, Vogue Business reports, with many interested in using augmented reality (AR) to overlay products and new environments over the user. Nike has been testing out the idea in its Brooklyn store, while Coach rolled out digital bags in an AR mirror early May. “With AR mirrors, the user flow is much closer to what we will be getting in the future with AR glasses or MR [mixed reality] glasses,” Maxim Raykhrud, the chief product officer at AR fashion company Zero10, told Maghan McDowell. “You walk in front and—bam!—you see yourself wearing AR stuff. They are another leap toward that goal because they offer a portal-like experience.” {Vogue Business/paywalled}

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