Tuesday NEWSRUSH Featuring Fyre Festival Merch Auction.
It’s CULTED with your Tuesday morning NEWSRUSH.
First up, 126 pieces of Fyre Festival merch have been put up for auction to raise funds for those affected by founder Billy McFarland’s $26M fraud case. Bidding is open until 13 August and bids are already reaching over $300 on some items.
Next up, all 26 issues of Vogue have united for the magazine’s first ever global issue. Under the theme of hope, the issues will run through August and September aiming to “unite millions of readers worldwide with a positive vision of the future.”
Speaking of Vogue, Manchester United striker turned activist, Marcus Rashford will be British Vogue’s September cover star, along with Adwoa Aboah. The pair were captured by Misan Harriman, making him the first Black male photographer to shoot a cover of British Vogue in the magazine’s 104-year history.
In other news, Adidas has launched the 2020 A-ZX Series, which will see the brand release 26 new takes of the ZX ‘thousands’ series, throughout 2020 and 2021. There’ll be a drop for each letter of the alphabet, with each being designed either as a collab, or a one-off concept inspired by the brand’s archives.
That’s all for today. It’s Sam with CULTED.
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