Wednesday NEWSRUSH Featuring Banksy’s London Underground Art.
Image credit: Banksy.
It’s CULTED with your Wednesday NEWSRUSH.
First up, Banksy has dropped a new short film encouraging people to wear masks. The artist decorated a London underground carriage with images of rats, doing a variety of things like sneezing, and dispensing hand sanitiser. Banksy uploaded the video to Instagram with the caption “if you don’t mask – you don’t get”.
Up next, Farfetch has bagged an exclusive Fenty partnership, meaning the site will be the only provider of Fenty products outside of Fenty’s own e-commerce.
And that’s not all for Fenty news. Rihanna took to twitter to tease that Fenty Skin could be dropping a lot sooner than we think. Riri quote tweeted fans who were discussing Fenty Skin to reveal that we don’t have long to wait for the launch.
In other news, London Fashion Week will be going ahead with physical shows. Running from Thursday 17 to Tuesday 22 September, the week will be a mix of physical shows, adhering to government social distancing guidelines, as well as digital shows.
And to round off today, Fear of God ESSENTIALS has dropped a first look at its SS20 campaign. The short clip takes us behind the scenes of the shoot, which features Evan Mock, Alton Mason, Tiffany Meia and more.
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