Anya Hindmarch Designs For Uniqlo + More Fashion News
Including an Indigenous Fashion Arts pop-up at the ROM.
Anya Hindmarch x Uniqlo is here
British designer Anya Hindmarch has put her cheeky spin on signature Uniqlo LifeWear items. For their first-ever collaboration, creativity and craftsmanship — and a healthy sense of humour — come together across a selection of classic knit silhouettes in lambswool and cashmere.
Expect to see some googly eyes, as well as contrasting stitches, external seams and muted colourways.
Indigenous Fashion Arts comes to the ROM
Need another reason to visit Toronto’s Royal Ontario Museum? They’re hosting a pop-up shop in collaboration with Indigenous Fashion Arts (IFA) from now until February 9, 2024. Featuring 10 Indigenous artisans, the space will house everything from clothing and accessories to home accessories. Holiday shopping, made easy!
&Or introduces new sustainable essentials
If you want to remove the puzzling task of choosing an outfit (we aren’t suggesting nudity — keep reading), consider a capsule wardrobe. What’s that? A closet filled with hero pieces that have cross-seasonal wear and mix-and-match potential.
Tech-led clothier &Or is making capsule dressing a total breeze with new additions to its “anyplace essentials.” Including a bomber that transforms into a vest, a shacket and cool trousers, there are endless styling possibilities. What’s more, the three new additions are made with 100 per cent RWS-certified merino wool for warm yet breathable comfort.
Tiffany & Co. unveils The Crest home collection
Looking for bone china to spruce up the table spread? Lauren Santo Domingo, Tiffany & Co.’s home category artistic director, has dreamed up a timeless offering of plates, teacups, flatware and linens that subtly nod to the storied history of Tiffany & Co. and are the kind of items you pass on to your kids.
Aptly named Tiffany Crest, the dinnerware collection is embellished with a unique coat of arms featuring recognizable hues like the New York City flag colours and special symbols like Jean Schlumberger’s iconic Bird on a Rock.
You can now shop Chanel eyewear online
Chanel just made it easier to shop. The French fashion house has unveiled its first eyewear e-commerce platform in Canada and it is filled with all of its most dreamy styles.
Looking for a winged cat-eye with Audrey Hepburn appeal? Or how about an obscure, camellia-shaped frame? Right this way, fashionista.
Club Monaco reissues a ’90s best-seller
Things were simpler in the ’90s, no? (This assumption is based on my own pure speculation.) Trainers with tube socks made sense together, crewnecks were cool and quiet luxury didn’t need to be named to be understood — which is why Club Monaco’s iconic heritage sweatshirt, known as the Crest, was a bona fide It item throughout that decade.
Now, given kthe current zeitgeist’s appetite for retro flare, Club Monaco has brought back the Crest. It is available alongside an expanded offering of similar, varsity-like pieces, which are all available in a unisex fit. Act fast as this is sure to sell out.
Smash + Tess collaborates with Paris Jewellers
The perfect statement piece needn’t always be zebra print or full of feathers. It can be as simple as an elevated everyday hoop earring, like this new chain-link style co-designed by Paris Jewellers and Smash + Tess.
Available in silver and gold, they’re versatile, chic and perfect for wrapping up this holiday season.
With files from Annika Lautens
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