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The British Fashion Council has announced that brands House Of Holland and Self-Portrait will be joining London Fashion Week’s inclusive new format, which facilitates both a public and trade audience. Opening their doors to the public, House Of Holland and Self-Portrait will stage a number of public-facing shows in September 2019, so be sure to secure your tickets to one of the industry’s most famous fashion weeks here. [Vogue inbox]

Sydney-based designer Mariam Seddiq has released her debut bridal collection, Capsule 01. The collection, which features structured tailoring, fluid drapery and hand-embellished details, is designed to reflect the signature Mariam Seddiq woman. Seddiq’s bridal approach aims to offer a custom bridal process with minimal drama. Customers can select a design from the capsule collection to be custom-made to their measurements, which reportedly cuts the fitting process time in half. The collection can be viewed in full via private appointment at Seddiq’s Alexandria atelier. [Vogue inbox]

Calvin Klein’s global underwear campaign, #MyCalvins IRL, is a study of the different perceptions of sexy. The autumn/winter ‘19/‘20 line places an emphasis on removing your filter and features a wide cast of celebrities, including Naomi Campbell, Diplo, Bella Hadid, Jacob Eldori and Lay Zhang. The campaign, in an effort to demonstrate how both vulnerability and confidence can be alluring, captures both posed and raw images of the stars. Lensed by Daniel Jackson, the campaign’s aim is to encourage self-expression and ultimately rebrand the idea of sexiness. [Vogue inbox]

New Zealand fashion designer Karen Walker has launched her very first bridal collection, coined Karen Walker Atelier. Boasting bespoke wedding day ensembles and jewellery, the brand’s dress collection will consist of 12 designs, from ballgowns to fitted suits. The designs are inspired by the Karen Walker archives, with references to her most well-known pieces. Appointments, viewings and fittings will all take place in the Karen Walker Atelier suite, where clients can expect to meet and greet the designer herself. Walker’s jewellery collection, featuring 14 designs that can be worn as a standalone or stacked, can also be viewed at the same time. What’s not to love? [Vogue inbox]

Continuing to break the mould, Allbirds has announced it has now launched socks made from from Trino, a home-grown yarn that sees the brand’s silky Tree material combine with Merino for a cooling, breathable product that promises to keep your feet comfortable and dry. Considering Allbirds lists the likes of Yara Shahidi, Sarah Jessica Parker, Barack Obama, and Ansel Elgort as fans, there is no doubt the brand is doing something right! [Vogue inbox]