There's really nothing chic about trekking to the laundromat, but Hermès is ready to put an end to that.
The French fashion house is launching a laundromat-inspired pop-up shop, Hermèsmatic, in New York on June 14th. Open to the public, the store will offer complimentary dip-dye services on the brand's silk scarves. Giving a major upgrade to the traditional laundromat, the shop features washing machines in Hermès' signature orange hue that perform the dip-dye service. There are also matching orange laundry baskets and Hermès logos plastered all over the walls—which make the idea of throwing a load of wash in sound pretty chic.
Dolce & Gabbana couldn't care less if you're annoyed that its designer duo are dressing Melania Trump. In fact, the brand has released a bold slogan T-shirt with an ironic response to its detractors—it reads, simply, "boycott." In short, the brand is boycotting itself so you don't have to.
A spokesperson for the brand confirmed with Harper's BAZAAR UK this morning that the item was a direct reference to comments the label has received on social media regarding the First Lady. Trump has worn Dolce & Gabbana on numerous occasions, most recently last weekend when she officially moved into the White House wearing a sleeveless D&G top with Bally trousers.