You can ingest what's in this (sleek) pharmacy bottle apparently | The Nue Co.
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The Nue Co: Aesop, Byredo – and Flintstone chewables – thrown in a blender.

Meet The Nue Co., the first supplements brand taking a true modern luxury approach. (450 words)

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The Touitou stare-down | APC
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Jean Touitou celebrates 30 years of A.P.C. with a customary shrug.

Surly, cranky, and irreverent, BoF finds Touitou at his best during A.P.C’s 30th anniversary celebration. (345 words)

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Heist, expanding by leaps and bounds | Heist
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London’s Heist launches in France today.

On the back of a strong first year in the UK, premium tights specialist Heist leaps into the French market. (389 words)

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BeautyPie founder Marcia Kilgore dares you to come up with a better idea | Evening Standard
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What the press is saying about Beauty Pie (the Everlane of cosmetics) so far.

Beauty Pie is a subscription-based cosmetics upstart selling its own custom-developed makeup products to subscribers at factory prices. (501 words)

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Mr. Stutterheim, taking a social media break | Photo credit: Drapers
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Tracking the Brilliant (and Unscalable) John Sterner Pre-launch Process.

Over the last year, Alexander Stutterheim of Stutterheim Raincoats fame has given us a behind-the-scenes look at his new top-end knitwear brand John Sterner. But in a market stuffed with cashmere competition, can he win?

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Rapha SS 2016 | Photo credit: Rapha
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Tracking the Rapha and LVMH deal – Here’s what we’ve gathered.

LVMH is in hot pursuit of London-based cycling brand Rapha. We’ve got details on the potential sale price — and what LVMH plans to do with them once acquired.

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Drake's CEO Michael Hill on the right | Photo: Permanent Style
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The British are coming: Drake’s of London dips a toe into the US (and signals a new set of ambitions).

In the six years since purchasing Drake’s in 2010 (alongside The Armoury’s Mark Cho), CEO Michael Hill has doubled the brand’s business. Here’s how he’s done it.

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Mr. Klingbeil himself | Credit: David Klingbeil
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Dymant’s David Klingbeil: “Will people go back to old luxury brands if there’s better quality online at half the price?”

Winter is coming for luxury conglomerates, he says. And it should make them very nervous.

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ArtAndOnly artist, John Currin, admires his work | Photo Credit: ArtAndOnly
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Six months into launch, ArtAndOnly is proving that $100,000 art can flourish online.

Competing amongst the likes of Paddle8 and Auctionata is no easy feat. ArtAndOnly has planted its flag in the online art market by cashing in on a different model.

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The jovial Mr. Biver | Photo credit: Reuters
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Tag Heuer’s new gateway drug is the smartwatch (and its dealer is chief Jean-Claude Biver).

How Tag Heuer is using its smartwatch line to convert shoppers into buying full mechanical watches later.

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