1. Rag & Bone launched the latest iteration of their D.I.Y. Project, which features models sans makeup, hairstyling, lighting, etc. Just a girl and the brand’s clothes. The newest model to star in the campaign is Bridget Hall, shot in New York and East Hampton.
2. If the second (or third, or fourth) wave of ubiquitous Wayfarers has left you adrift, stand out from the crowd with a personalized pair. Ray-Ban’s new online customization service, Remix, lets you mix and match lenses, frames, and even the case. The trouble is that it’s currently only available in Europe. (If you’re feeling it, though, brush up on your French and Italian instead of playing around on the company’s British site.)
3. Lily Cole, possibly fashion’s most philanthropic model, launched a jewelry collection online to benefit the Amazon rainforest. The affordable line sold out the same day, so here’s hoping she re-issues some of the looks.
4. Marni offers a very unusual online magazine, Anticamera. Apparently the latest is the fourth issue, but we didn’t even know they were at one. Anyway, give it a gander for the unique layout and behind-the-scenes look at what the brand has going on.
5. Last but not least, we were excited to get to chat with Elisa Richardson of 3D printing company Shapeways, about the business’s first-ever custom ring app and how fashion will be impacted by 3D printing in the very near future.