Hyundai Motor Launches ‘Re:Style 2021’ Fashion Collection Repurposing Discarded Vehicle Materials

Published: Oct. 13, 2021 at 6:00 PM CDT|Updated: 15 hours ago

  • Hyundai Motor Company partners with L’Eclaireur and Boontheshop to introduce 12 fashion items created with discarded wearable materials from vehicles
  • Re:Style 2021 marks third year of celebrating upcycling and eco-friendly fashion at the vanguard of the evolving industry
  • Doona Bae, KyoHwan Koo and Shudu highlight the event’s purpose and philosophy in a video available on YouTube(Hyundai Worldwide channel)

SEOUL, South Korea, Oct. 13, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Hyundai Motor Company has launched the third annual iteration of “Re:Style,” an upcycling fashion project that uses materials discarded during the automobile manufacturing process and illuminates the company’s sustainable enterprise beyond the automotive industry.

Hyundai Motor ‘Re:Style 2021' - Doona Bae
Hyundai Motor ‘Re:Style 2021′ – Doona Bae

The Re:Style 2021 is launched in Seoul and Paris by partnering with fashion select shops L’Eclaireur and Boontheshop. The unique collaboration involving the three companies highlights Hyundai Motor’s

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Benjamin Bellwether launches as a fashion trend and education service

NEW YORK, May 11, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Benjamin Bellwether, a fashion trend forecasting service based in New York City, today announced the launch of its trend forecasting and business acumen service and release of its first set of insights and educational courses. Customers can explore free articles and subscribe to in-depth market shopping reports and education courses covering topics including Sustainability Basics of Fashion Business and Marketing Basics for Fashion Business.

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Bellwether surveys street and runway looks, in-store and online comp shopping, social media and search engine traffic to distill market trends into actionable reports that customers can use to improve their product development and product processes. The service also uses this data to provide insights about marketing, sustainability and general business practices.

Benjamin Bellwether content includes:

  • trend alerts, industry news, shifts in consumer behavior and other quick insights 
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Kroger launches online shopping covering most of Central Florida

LAKELAND – Chances are that Kroger truck down the street is delivering a neighbor’s online order of groceries. 

The Kroger Co. has opened an e-commerce hub in Groveland to fulfill online orders for groceries within a 90-mile radius, which includes Polk County. The hub can complete orders from Tampa to Cocoa and from Jacksonville to Sarasota for everything from spinach to ice cream, bread and steak.  

This marks the first time Cincinnati-based Kroger has conducted e-commerce in Florida. There are currently no stores in Florida and no plans for a brick-and-mortar store, according to a company spokesperson.  

“We really are focused on the e-commerce model in Florida,” said Andrea Colby, who is Kroger’s e-commerce corporate affairs and communications manager. Regarding any plans for a physical store, she added, “It’s always a consideration. We are always analyzing opportunities.” 

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Sephora launches campaign to recognize Black-owned beauty brands

Sephora has unveiled a campaign to “further recognize and celebrate the contributions that Black culture and Black innovators have made to the beauty industry, including the excellent array of products, available for all beauty consumers.”

The Black-owned brands campaign will highlight brands including PATTERN by Tracee Ellis Ross, Briogeo, adwoa beauty, BREAD BEAUTY SUPPLY, Fenty Beauty, Forvr Mood, PAT McGRATH LABS, LYS Beauty, Danessa Myricks Beauty and Fashion Fair.

“Many of the tools, techniques, iconic looks and trends in beauty exist because of the Black community, driven by Black beauty needs and innovation,” said Priya Venkatesh, senior vice president of merchandising, at Sephora.

“However, these contributions have historically been underrecognized or for most, unknown. At Sephora, we want to help move the conversation forward, bringing awareness and education surrounding the impact of Black beauty in our daily lives. This campaign spotlights our Black-owned brands, championing the excellence and efficacy of

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