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After conquering the hat world with timeless tops sported by everyone from Meghan Markle to Adele, milliner Janessa Leoné (whose eponymous line has expanded to include leather goods) now has her sights set on clothing with the launch of a line of sweaters. In true Leoné fashion, it’s not just ordinary sweaters: Beginning with three minimalist styles ($300 to $360) made from undyed natural wool, Leoné’s Reciprocal label is made in the country from start to finish. end at Shaniko Wool farms in the United States. carbon initiative and a fully transparent production process, each of the biodegradable garments contributes to climate positivity. janessaleone.com
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From Emily Ratajkowski to Pharrell Williams, there’s hardly a hand in Hollywood that hasn’t sported a ring from Hoorsenbuhs or Spinelli Kilcollin. Now, the Los Angeles-based fine jewelry giants are teaming up for a second ring collaboration combining Spinelli Kilcollin’s famous interlocking link design with Hoorsenbuhs’ equally recognizable three-link pattern. The second iteration of the 333 collection ($900 to $10,600) includes three architectural models, available in yellow gold, sterling silver and pavé diamonds. www.hoorsenbuhs.com; spinellikilcollin.com
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Dior is stepping into the home gym, thanks to a partnership with fitness brand Technogym. Bringing together fashion sensibility and technological savvy, the three-product collaboration includes a treadmill, multifunctional bench, and wellness ball. The limited-edition range is on display in Dior pop-up stores across the country, including Beverly Hills and SoHo, alongside the new Dior Vibe activewear line, highlighted in a campaign featuring athletes, including the two-time Olympic figure skating medalist Yuna Kim. dior.com