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As explained in the communiqu?, Entrudo chose to ?combine [the objects] chiefly by happenstance,? creating an association that evokes ?the unseen exchanges of everyday life? while offering a sarcastic look on corporate culture and the unsustainability that comes with it. The surrealist apocalyptic scenario contrasts with Constan?a Entrudo?s playful unwoven fabrics and paradisiac blend of colours that mixes baby blue, cream, and hints of light pink: is this hell or heaven? Today, though, was about the main line, which, like the most recent resort outing, was fashioned by those who remain in the Lanvin team following the exit of its most recent creative director. Under Shukla?s new three-pronged strategy, that main line?which is also due a new headline designer by Christmas?will take center stage. Flanking it will be Lanvin Lab collabs, announced and dropped episodically, and the extremely important, newly vertical category that is accessories: Semi-detaching these from the fortunes of the main collection certainly seems a wise move. Today (12 September), the festival has finalised the schedule for the upcoming event, which will feature programmes curated by Heba Kadry, Nala Sinephro, Slauson Malone 1 and Stereolab. Low?s Alan Sparhawk, Lost Girls, W.I.T.C.H. and ESG have been announced. As have Bala Desejo,?Caterina Barbieri?and?Space Afrika, with Barbieri and Manchester-born duo Space Afrika tapped for a collaborative show with visuals from Marcel Weber (MFO). Dozage follows prior Chrisman releases on Hakuna Kulala ? the club-led sister label to Nyege Nyege ??Ku Mwezi?and?Makila, released in 2021 and 2022 respectively. Earlier this year, Positive Education?announced a new venue for 2023: the Halle ?ph?m?re, which will host its daytime activities. Now, the long-running festival is announcing a programme of talks and workshops set to take place at the venue for this year?s event. Topics up for discussion are the current and future challenges faced by music labels, featuring the likes of Anetha, and?Big Dada?label manager Victoria Cappelletti.