Must Read: Natasha Lyonne Fronts Campaign for Away x La Ligne Collab, Prada Reopens Hamptons Boutique

<p>Natasha Lyonne for Away x La Ligne. Photo: Micaiah Carter/Courtesy of Away</p>

Natasha Lyonne for Away x La Ligne. Photo: Micaiah Carter/Courtesy of Away

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These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Tuesday.

Natasha Lyonne stars in Away x La Ligne collaboration campaign
Travel brand Away and women's fashion brand La Ligne collaborated on a summer capsule collection, revealed in a campaign featuring actor Natasha Lyonne. With prices ranging from $30 to $345, the 20-piece collection features a selection of Away's travel essentials in two seasonal colorways: Spritz, vibrant orange stripes; and Cabana, classic navy stripes. The collaboration also includes a 10-piece capsule of La Ligne clothing, spanning women's, men's and children's tees, knits, sleepwear and more. It's available to shop now on Away and La Ligne's websites. See all of Lyonne's campaign images photographed by Micaiah Carter above. {Fashionista inbox}

Prada reopens its Hamptons boutique
Prada has reopened its boutique in East Hampton at 2 Newton Lane. The building's interior features a bright, eye-catching space with ivory-and-red striped carpet and walls. The boutique contains both men's and women's ready-to-wear collections, leather goods, footwear and accessories in addition to Prada's May Issue 2024 collection. See inside Prada's reopened Hamptons boutique in the gallery below. {Fashionista inbox}

<p>Prada East Hampton store. Photo: Courtesy of Prada</p>

Prada East Hampton store. Photo: Courtesy of Prada

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Victoria/Tomas is closing
Victoria Feldman and Tomas Berzins are closing their Victoria/Tomas label after first launching in 2012. The design duo's decision to shutter business operations reportedly came from a combination of a difficult wholesale market and their desire to focus on creative projects. Moving forward, the brand's Paris atelier will close and both Feldman and Berzins will concentrate on collaborations and other design projects. {WWD/paywalled}

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