Including the completion of Dior’s 30 Avenue Montaigne metamorphosis and a Paris Hilton-approved sunglasses collection.
Quannah Chasinghorse fronts the Mackage Spring 2022 campaign
The Mackage Spring/Summer 2022 Protect What Grounds You Campaign is here, and it features model and activist Quannah Chasinghorse. Photographed by Tyler Mitchell and swathed in billowing layers of quilted fabrics and sun-washed hues, Chasinghorse exudes moments of stillness and strength, and a oneness with the wind, water and terrain. The collection is made from 100 per cent recycled nylon fabrics that know no limits when protecting from the elements: think an airy, breathable feel with water repellent finishes.
Dior reopens 30 Avenue Montaigne
30 Avenue Montaigne is an iconic landmark on the fashion map. It’s where Christian Dior opened up shop 75 years ago, debuting the fashion house’s very first collection and subsequently building an empire. After over two years of renovations, the five storey hôtel particulier in Paris has been transformed into a completely unique place for fashion lovers to peruse the Dior universe in all its glory.
Quay partners with Paris Hilton
At a time when early aughts revivals are taking over fashion, Paris Hilton, the Y2K queen herself, is making a comeback. Hilton — who is rarely seen without oversized statement shades — has collaborated with Australian sunglasses brand Quay on a lineup of 12 specs, from sunnies to prescription frames and even blue light filtering glasses. Together the two will also be partnering with non-profit organisation Project Glimmer to help empower young women to pursue their dreams.
Goodee introduces its first ready-to-wear collection
Black-owned, B Corp-certified home and lifestyle marketplace Goodee is launching its very first offerings of ready-to-wear: The Slow Wear Collection. Inspired by the notion of caring for yourself in order to make time with others more meaningful, and rooted in slow fashion, the gender-neutral hoodie and lounge pants are available in five colourways and come ready for you to slow right down in.
Tiffany & Co. debuts second HardWear campaign with Blackpink’s Rosé
Tiffany & Co.’s latest campaign features global House ambassador Rosé. Clad in pre-existing diamond-intensive designs from the brand’s signature HardWear collection, Rosé is also teasing the latest styles that will be released throughout the year. So jewellery lovers, rejoice. The campaign launches worldwide on March 14, literally painting the streets rosé, gold and silver.
Smash + Tess releases a Barbie collection
It’s a Barbie world! Smash + Tess has collaborated with Barbie in celebration of International Women’s Day, releasing a playful selection of rompers, T-shirts and pants all in Pantone’s shade of Barbie Pink. It’s fantastic.
Veja and Marni give us the ultimate DIY-inspired sneaker
Unorthodox luxury brand Marni and sneaker maker Veja are collaborating on the release of two footwear styles. Marrying contemporary with classic, the two brands have formulated the ultimate pop of colour for your wardrobe. It’s a total embrace of DIY culture.
Lambert designs quilted bags
Accessories brand Lambert is launching a quilted collection. The tried and true trend of pillowy purses is arriving to the Montreal-based label on March 17, and they’re truly straight out of our dreams. Shop the lineup at designlambert.com.
Nordstrom and Mach & Mach team up on an exclusive capsule
To celebrate the arrival of Mach & Mach at Nordstrom, the luxury department store is carrying an exclusive capsule collection of shoes, apparel, and accessories inspired by “the fresh and playful edge of the Y2K fairytale-themed universe.” Available at Pacific Centre in Vancouver, BC and on Nordstrom.ca, these sartorial pieces are sure to satisfy even the most stylish of shoe-lovers.