Plus Fillipa K launches eyewear and Fendi releases a new book.
Dior’s new capsule collection is all about metallics
Why wear a neutral when you can wear a metallic? This spring, Dior has launched a capsule collection that’s an ode to gold. Entitled ‘Dior Or,’ the assortment sees classic handbags like the ‘Lady Dior’ and ‘Book Tote’ reinterpreted in shiny blue, rose, gold and silver hues. These styles are sure to sell out fast, so go to dior.com for all the details.
Zvelle’s iconic flats are back
Instead of wearing your heart on your sleeve, wear your heart on your shoes with Zvelle’s ‘Rayna’ flats, now available in six new colours. Known for its upside-down heart signature, the ‘Raynas’ were actually the first style founder and creative director Elle AyoubZadeh ever designed and have since become an instant classic. Whether you’re new to these shoes or a longtime fan, there’s something here for everyone.
Filippa K teams up with Chimi Eyewear
Filippa K has launched its first-ever sunglasses collection in collaboration with Chimi Eyewear. The new assortment features both round and more angular styles and combines the effortless ease of the beloved Scandinavian brand with the trendy yet timeless silhouettes of the eyewear designer.
Creative director Kim Jones is the main character in Fendi’s newest book
In September 2020, Kim Jones was named the creative director of Fendi and transformed the Italian brand seemingly overnight. In Rizzoli’s new book The Fendi Set: From Bloomsbury to Borghese, Jones shares the history behind his fascination with the Bloomsbury Set: an early twentieth-century community of British writers, intellectuals, and artists who have become a focal point in all his collections and creative process. Sure to please anglophiles and fashion-philes alike, this is a must-have for any stylish coffee table.
Reformation’s new jeans look good and do good
Sustainability has always been a priority for Reformation, so it makes sense that its new ‘Circular Denim’ collection expands on that ethos. Made with cutting room scraps, the latest offering from the LA brand uses recycled cotton to create uber-trendy styles like high-rise jeans and a ’90s inspired jean dress. A favourite among celebrities and influencers, expect to see many of these pieces popping up on social media.
Lambert is coming to Toronto
Have you wanted to visit Lambert but haven’t been able to? Now’s your chance to shop the Quebec-based brand in Toronto, thanks to its Purse & Nail Truck. The bright pink pop-up is coming to the Liberty Market Parking Lot and will feature Lambert’s new spring collection (a pastel daydream) as well as Naked Beauty Bar, who are on hand to do manicures.
Wear the rainbow with RADO
RADO has got you covered if you’re looking to embrace the dopamine dressing trend but aren’t quite ready to wear a full neon green ensemble. The watch brand’s new collection ‘True Thinline Les Couleurs Le Corbusier’ is inspired by the Swiss-French architect it is named after and his love of colour. Made out of high-tech ceramic, these timepieces are RADO’s slimmest yet and would make a perfect addition to any spring outfit.