In need of a fashion fix this holiday season? We’ve got you covered on what’s trending this month in the fashion universe. Watch this space for all the fashion news, collaborations, and announcements coming all December long.
Chanel Opens Miami Boutique
What: Boutique store opening in Miami’s Design District
Where: 155 NE 41st Street, Miami, Florida
Why: Chanel has set its sights on the buzzy and art-filled Design District in Miami with a brand-new two-floor boutique. Designed by the fashion industry’s go-to architect and longtime Chanel collaborator Peter Marino, the boutique features a gorgeous stucco exterior and a massive skylight in the 120-square-foot atrium that allows the warmth of the Miami sun to enter the inviting space. The boutique will carry the cruise 2021/2022 collection, first unveiled in May, as well as the brand’s signature selection of handbags, watches, jewelry, and shoes. Artwork by Vera Lutter and Gregor Hildebrandt is featured in the atrium and along the stairwell, honoring Gabrielle Chanel’s lifelong commitment as a patron of the arts and perfectly complementing the house’s current punk motifs as executed by Virginie Viard. This is one stop you won’t want to miss on your next trip down to the 305.
No. 21 and 7 For All Mankind Collaborate on Sustainable and Genderless Denim Collection
Who: No. 21 and 7 For All Mankind
What: Denim capsule collaboration
Where: Online at numeroventuno.com and 7forallmankind.com
Why: For its resort 2022 collection, 7 For All Mankind is partnering for the first time with Italian luxury label No. 21, led by designer Alessandro Dell’Acqua. The capsule is a step on the American denim brand’s journey toward using 80 percent sustainable materials by 2023. The new collection of exaggerated overshirts, hoodies, and capes paired with slouchy wide-legged crop jeans feature overtly feminine codes, complete with a sculpted bra, pussy-bow blouse, and chiffon-trimmed pencil skirt for fully dynamic looks. The collection plays with gendered proportions and fluidity, too (see: No. 21’s signature blush pink and and 7 For All Mankind’s iconic indigo blues). This debut arrives just in time for No. 21’s 21st (!) anniversary and includes an accompanying campaign shot by Robin Galiegue, who directs androgynous street-cast models with a powerful message of inclusivity and fearless individuality. The spirit of the partnership is a commitment to the environment, with pieces designed for people across all spectrums of identity.
Blackpink’s Lisa Is Celine’s New Haute Parfumerie Ambassador
What: Haute Parfumerie campaign starring Lisa
Where: Available online at celine.com
Why: Lisa, the Thai singer, rapper, and member of South Korean girl group Blackpink, joined the ranks of Celine’s ambassadors in 2019, repping ready-to-wear and accessories and instantly becoming a house icon. Now, she is dipping her toe into beauty as the newly announced face of Celine’s Haute Parfumerie. Lisa’s global reach and unique style make her the perfect match for Celine’s coolly realized aesthetic. From the delectable Parade to the smoky and hazy Nightclubbing, Celine’s perfumes offer a range of scents that draw inspiration from 19th century dandies as well as the ’70s rock and club scene. Hedi Slimane shot the inaugural campaign with Lisa (pictured here). The collection looks and smells heavenly.
Bomber Ski Debuts Their Artist Series of Skis and Helmets
Who: Bomber Ski
What: New Artist Series Gear
Where: Online at bomberski.com
Why: Bomber Ski is known for their sleek, exceptionally hand-crafted skis that come from the foot of the Italian alps. Their products empower skiers of any proficiency level who “Aim Beyond” making memories of their alpine experience by equipping themselves with gear that speaks to their individual taste. Bomber Ski has created a limited-edition Artist Series of skis and helmets with iconic Keith Haring and Jean-Michel Basquiat graphics that stand out on the slopes. Featured on the steel-edged skis are famous icons like Basquiat’s all-white “Evil Thoughts” and Haring’s vibrant starred-and-striped “Flag Dance.” The American pop and street artists’ famous works are immortalized in this collection of statement-making, performance-enhancing gear. A selection of these works also appear on Bomber Ski’s hand-painted ABS helmets for a bold look of artistic expression to rock while shredding the gnar.
Wandler Releases Pre-Spring 2022 Collection
What: Pre-spring 2022 collection
Where: Available online at wandler.com and at select retailers worldwide
Why: For her pre-spring 2022 collection, designer Elza Wandler took notes from the iconic artist, architect, and tastemaker Lina Bo Bardi. Bardi works across many disciplines with a keen eye for detail and color, which infuse Wandler’s leather goods with a minimal and sleek finish. The Maggie and Penelope bags in particular boast clean lines, curved shapes, and pops of green and turquoise. Similarly streamlined are the mules and boots, which feature the perfect hues to carry you through the winter and into 2022.
Walt Disney World Celebrates 50 Years With New Merch
Who: Walt Disney World
What: 50th anniversary collection
Where: Available at all four Walt Disney World theme parks, and certain items will also be available at select Disney Resort hotels and on shopdisney.com
Why: To celebrate 50 years of Disney, the world-famous resort will release a series of merchandise and clothing collections, with different themes that pay homage to the company’s rich history. The Celebration Collection includes Dooney & Bourke accessories as well as mommy and me matching sets perfect for mixing and matching. The Vault Collection remakes iconic retro Disney pieces such as the original vintage 1971 Mickey Mouse ears given out at the park’s opening day. For the discerning shopper, there’s the Luxe Logo Collection (pictured here), with a bejeweled ear hat and a luxe jersey jogger set in black and gold. No matter the who you’re gifting this season, Disney’s got you covered with a little holiday magic.
Miron Crosby Opens Second Studio in Aspen
Who: Miron Crosby
What: New studio opening
Where: Aspen, Colorado
Why: Miron Crosby is heading west with its second-ever studio opening to showcase its bespoke cowboy boots. To honor their West Texas heritage, sisters and co-founders Lizzie Means Duplantis and Sarah Means created a modern take on a classic style. Their designs will be available for purchase in the new 2,000-square-foot space located in downtown Aspen. The grand opening serves as a testament to the brand’s success and growth, taking what was formerly an icon of ranch culture and transforming it into a trendy staple. As an added bonus, shoppers can customize their pair to make it their own.
Palace and Kappa Unveil New Collaboration
Who: Palace and Kappa
What: Palace and Kappa’s debut collaboration
Where: Online at palaceskateboards.com and at Palace stores in London, Tokyo, NYC, and L.A.
Why: The Palace x Kappa collab is a combination of Italian street style and ’90s British football culture (what more could you ask for?). Jerseys, tracksuits, hats, and an array of accessories make up the reinterpretation of classic garments for the modern athleisure enthusiast. To find out what pieces would appeal to both skaters and footballers, Kappa invited Palace’s design team to the Kappa archive in Turin, Italy. Time was largely spent browsing the Italian sportswear brand’s immense collection of vintage jerseys once donned by legendary footballers and Britpop sensations alike, as well as hundreds of knits from teams that have been sponsored by Kappa over the past 30 years. The collection includes a crinkle effect long jacket, the Kappa 222 Banda tracksuit, and raglan tees with a co-branded logo featuring Kappa’s icon (famously the first logo depicting a human being). Hypebeasts, take note.
Marlo Laz Introduces Home Capsule Collection
Who: Marlo Laz
What: The Stella Mare home capsule collection
Where: Available online at marlolaz.com
Why: Designer Jesse Marlo Lazowski’s travel adventures have taken her from islands in Japan’s Seto Inland Sea to the Venetian lagoons in northern Italy. Her commemoration to these dreamy locales manifests in her latest creation, Stella Mare (Italian for “sea star”), Marlo Laz’s first-ever home capsule collection. Featuring candle vessels and incense dishes done in the island of Murano’s signature flower pattern, the stunning pieces are reminiscent of the brand’s fine jewelry, with mesmerizing gemstones and intricate engravings that make for precious heirlooms. The candles and dishes (pictured here) are available in two distinctly vibrant colorways, the latter of which includes scented incense made in partnership with a Japanese incense producer established in 1850.
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