Including Reformation’s collaboration with the New York City Ballet.
Louis Vuitton launches a full ski-wear collection
Calling all slope queens and kings! Whether you’re there for the skiing or just the après, Louis Vuitton is expanding its mountain gear to an assortment that’s as performance-driven as it is style-forward.
Think puffer suits, ski jackets, parkas and snow boots, as well as trousers, jumpers, beanies, gloves and scarves.
Loewe and On partner for the third time
The third time’s most definitely the charm, according to Loewe and On who are collaborating yet again. In their latest joint project, high fashion meets everyday life with the introduction of an all-new footwear style, the Cloudtilt.
From its knitted sock construction to speed laces and responsible materials like recycled polyester, the Cloudtilt marks the latest chapter in Loewe x On’s commitment to performance and sustainability. And with each step, the shoe’s sequentially collapsing clouds adapt to the wearer’s movement, providing a comfort unmatched by its competitors.
Keep an eye out for Cloudtilt’s second drop arriving in the new year in an all-new colour palette.
Reformation’s new capsule celebrates the New York City Ballet
Ready-to-wear meet ready-to-dance. If there is one collection that embodies all the joys in life, it’s the Reformation x New York City Ballet collaboration. I mean, what isn’t there to love when sustainable fashion and dance come together?
In honour of the NYCB’s 75-year anniversary, Reformation has designed the ultimate balletcore capsule. Aesthetically inspired by Jewels, the 1967 ballet dreamt up by late choreographer and NYCB founder George Balanchine, rich jewel tones and staple ballet shades (you know, soft pinks) bring ballerina-off-duty styles to life. Plus, baroque-inspired toile and silky fabrics make appearances in the form of frothy skirts and elegant dresses.
Ssense celebrates 20 years with a series of collaborations
Ssense, the Canadian-bred e-tailer that has gone on to find bona fide global success, is celebrating 20 years of being the cool kid on the fashion block. To mark this milestone, the technology platform has launched Ssense XX, an interactive microsite which will house a series of limited-edition product drops.
Daily, from October 11 to November 7, new shoppable products will become available, and they’ve all been created in collaboration with different designers. Already out are ERL, Rick Owens and 032c’s pieces. Stay tuned for what’s to come.
Gucci Cosmos travels to London, England
Heading to the U.K. anytime soon? A must-see is Gucci’s itinerant exhibition, Gucci Cosmos, which just arrived at 180 Studios in London, England (only 500 metres from The Savoy, where Guccio Gucci worked as a luggage porter and liftboy in his youth) and will remain open until December 31.
Conceived by British contemporary artist Es Devlin and curated by Italian fashion critic Maria Luisa Frisa, the project will take visitors on a journey of past, present and future Gucci, with different immersive rooms transporting them through the heritage of the fashion house.
Peter Do has a Banana Republic collection
New York-based designer Peter Do has designed a capsule for Banana Republic and it’s full of versatile and genderless pieces. (With a level of quality that truly feels designer, might we add?) At the risk of sounding trite, this collection serves at the table of quiet luxury.
“For BR x Peter Do, we focused on universal pieces designed with an eye towards versatility, wearability, and a timeless point of view,” says Do in a release. “We both believe in quality and the end goal is to dress people in clothes that they will want to re-wear with a feeling of newness each time.”
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