So long, summer. We’re going into September and Fashion Month with a new batch of the latest and greatest fashion news and launches. From the new Sotheby’s exhibition celebrating Black Designers to Louis Vuitton’s playful Fornesetti Collab, stay with us as we prepare for fall fashion.
Sotheby’s Bright and Black: A Jewel Renaissance Opens
What: Bright and black: a jewelry renaissance Exhibition
Where: From September 17 to September 26 at 1334 York Avenue at Sotheby’s New York Gallery and for purchase and online through Sotheby’s Buy Now online marketplace until October 10.
Why: Sotheby’s, author and jewelry authority has created a one-of-a-kind exhibition in partnership with Melania Grant Bright and black: a jewelry renaissance. From global icons like Art Smith to Johnny Nelson and Marie New York to emerging designers (earrings from around the world), Grant worked closely with Sotheby’s to create a list of more than 20 black jewelry designers from around the world. As Grant explains, the moment is long overdue for Black Jewelers: “Jewelry artists of African descent have been largely ignored in favor of‘ African-inspired ’designs over the past century, although many resources have come in to create jewelry. From the continent. The 2020 events have turned into a cultural change where black talent is being recognized for its brilliance and the contribution of jewelry designers. There are compelling stories to tell them. ”Almost all the designers are new to Sotheby’s and most have created new pieces specifically for the occasion, taking advantage of this watershed to share this skill and creativity with a large audience. The exhibition is fully marketable – first for auction houses – online until October 10 and in person at the Sotheby’s New York Gallery from September 17 to September 26.
ADEAM ICHI publishes gender neutral collection
WHO: To do it
What: ICHI Gender Neutral Clothing Line
Where: Available at Adeam.com and ADEAM stores in Japan
Why: ADEAM was launched in 2012 focusing on the “East Meets West” style that creative director Hanako Maida farmed by dividing his time between Tokyo and New York. The feeling of international coolness is still with the brand almost 10 years later, as it reveals “ICHI”, a gender neutral collection that is the main ingredient in ornate clothing that gives a slight twist to the proportions or finishes of all. The uniqueness of Shibuya and Harajuku kids from Tokyo has given Maeda the creative inspiration for this endless versatile collection.
Loe reintroduces the Amazon bag
What: Introducing Amazon bag re int
Where: Available worldwide at the Loewe Store and loewe.com
Why: Loewe is celebrating its 175th anniversary, and in honor of the occasion, the Spanish leather goods house is re-launching the iconic Amazon bag. First introduced in the 70s, Amazon took its name from female characters in Greek mythology, and in that decade women were inspired to join the workplace and fight for gender equality. The handbag comes in two sizes and two different fabrics: a new blended cotton with Loe’s signature napa leather and Loe’s pattern logo. The leather comes in a variety of colors taken directly from the Fall / Winter 2021 runway and promises a simple, durable handbag that will fit you well enough during the day and night.
Celine Debut Taboo Bag
What: Taboo bag
Where: Available at Celine stores worldwide and online at celine.com
Why: Inspired by its leather goods archive, Celine’s fall bag offer includes a signature decorative lock of the French brand. Creative director Heidi Slimane continues to revive classics with contemporary touches and this bag is certainly no different. First seen at Celine’s Winter 2021 Runway Show, the Tabou Hall, made with smooth calfskin, comes in perfect crossbody size and comes in white, anthracite and tan.
Louis Vuitton collaborated with Fornesetti
WHO: Louis Vuitton
What: Collaboration with Fornasetti
Where: Available at the Louis Vuitton Store worldwide and online at us.louisvuitton.com
Why: For his recent collaborations, Louis Vuitton’s creative director Nicolas Ghesquier went back to the archives of Italian design legend Piero Fornesetti and more than 13,000 brands. Fornesetti’s surrealism and the iconic antique image of today take on new life with Ghesquier’s contemporary eyes for design and silhouette. Jacquard tops and shift dresses are embellished with fornessetti prints and handbags are re-imagined with laser-printed metallic leather, simultaneously evoking the eye and captivating the wearer.
Furla Limited-Edition has launched Gala Bags
What: Limited edition gala bag
Where: Available at Furla.com
Why: Just in time for the Met Gala, Furla recreates her two popular silhouettes in glamorous metals that match the biggest night power of fashion. The 172 Soft Soft Bag and Moon Bag are both glittering with degraded metal studs and metal crossbody straps, embodying the excitement of New York at night. The Moon Bag sold for 34 348 and the 1927 Soft sold for 8 428.
Dandas x Revolver Land at NYFW
WHO: Dandas x Revolve
What: The debut of the spring / summer 2022 collection
Where: Available at Revolve.com
Why: Revolv, an online retailer, teamed up with acclaimed fashion designer Peter Dandas to present a special capsule collection of rooftop Casa Cyprian clothing during New York Fashion Week. On the show, supermodels Stella Maxwell and Iman Hammam sat pressed on a metallic runway that fully showcased Dundas ’signature for 70s glamor. Revolve Girl will get a leopard-printed micro-mini, lace slip dress and show-stopping evening gown in gold lame. Emily Ratajkowski has starred in advertising campaigns for the collection, which follows the Watch Now-Buy model and is available for purchase at revolve.com.
Ralph Lauren has published the Wellington Line
WHO: Ralph Lauren
What: Collection of Wellington Accessories
Where: Online at ralphlauren.com and at Ralph Lauren stores worldwide
Why: American-style icon Ralph Lauren Wellington draws inspiration from the timelessness of equestrian saddle to create collections: a series of handbags, shoes, belts, small leather goods, watches and jewelry featuring instantly recognizable strip motifs. Lauren has given the classic riding boot a contemporary edge, shortening its heel height to make it a more wearable boot. Cute but stylish block heels and almond-shaped toes make it a must-have for the fall season. Bonus: The brass strap on the outer ankle ensures that this shoe is just like a city road for racetracks.
Wandler presents ‘Without Light, No Color’ art installation
What: Industrial installation
Where: Amsterdam, Netherlands; Capsules are available exclusively at wandler.com
Why: During Amsterdam Fashion Week, Wandler invited guests into the world of color expression through a captivating art installation titled Without light, there is no color. On this occasion, designer and founder Elsa Vandler launched a special capsule collection in the fall of 2021 in an apple green color with Rosa boots, Rosa loafers, Penelope bags and Lois bags.
Todd’s mosaic collection and art cycling exhibition unveiled
What: Mosaic collection and art cycling exhibition
Where: Available online at tods.com and on display at the Montenapoleon store in Milan, then Paris, New York and Miami
Why: Todd continues to promise durability and craftsmanship with the mosaic collection, which is made entirely of upcycled materials by local artisans, creating a patchwork or ‘mosaic’ effect that symbolizes craftsmanship and the timelessness of leather. To make the new collection memorable, brand tap artist Willie Cole creates installation pieces made from upcycled leather and materials, furthering the need for eco-consciousness in the fashion world.
Rixo wears outerwear in the fall of 2021
What: The debut of outerwear
Where: Online at rixo.co.uk and among selected retailers worldwide
Why: Rixo, a London-based brand, is one of its favorites He The editor, with the introduction of outerwear, has expanded its reach for fall. The brand is famous for its bohemian spirit, which spreads everyday pieces with a retro pattern that made London what it is today in the 70s. Their long suede patchwork coats and short printed jackets further enhance that promise, so that your fall outfit will be as contemporary and fresh as it is old.
Launched the Missouri Icon Collection
What: Icon collection
Where: Online at mejuri.com and worldwide Mezuri stores
Why: Mezuri may be relatively new to the jewelry scene, but the brand has already made its mark, following online and gaining a number of dedicated fans, including Selena Gomez and Bella Hadid. For the icon collection, Missouri is drawing inspiration from her best-selling collections: Crescent, Dome, Charlotte and Herlum. Classic silhouettes take a fun twist on Mezuri’s signature gold vermilion or 14K gold. The campaign includes two icons, Christy Turlington Burns and Binox Walton, and is now available to shop online and at its six stores.
Alexander McQueen has launched the Curve Bag Campaign
WHO: Alexander McQueen
What: Curve Bag Campaign
Where: Alexander McQueen saves worldwide and at alexandermcqueen.com
Why: Following the fall of Curve Bags in April, Alexander McQueen presented the Fall-Winter 2021 campaign for his most recent bag offer. Attractive colors give a dynamic touch to any fall outfit, including new colorful block items. Photographed by Erwan Frotin, the bags are contrasted with a variety of textiles, emphasizing smooth lines and gorgeous leather.
Prince Melissa Wood has announced a collaboration with Health
What: Collaboration with Melissa Wood Health
Where: Online at princeoffcourt.com, selected styles are also available at Intermix and ShopBop
Why: The tennis and lifestyle brand Prince teamed up with virtual fitness guru Melissa Wood Health and a retro-inspired line of body suits that will take you from the training room to the court and back. Under the creative guidance of Miami Nightlife Impressorio David Grutman, Prince has taken on a habit of being stylish without compromising on fit, quality and durability during physical activity.
Tori Birch has opened a Soho store
WHO: Tory Birch
What: Soho shop open
Where: 151 Mercer St., New York
Why: Last week, Tori Birch opened her latest boutique in the heart of Soho. Beautiful rustic elements combine with contemporary design features to create a surprisingly unique blend of old and new. The place is inviting and offers a brand salon (pictured here) as well as classic brand offers on the main floor.
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