H&M announced that its next designer collaboration will be with Kenzo. How exciting! Their collection of women’s and men’s ready-to-wear and accessories will arrive in 250 H&M stores around the world and online on November 3 following a mid-October show in an as-yet-undisclosed location.
& Other Stories, the little sister of H&M, is launching it’s collaboration with Rodarte today! The capsule collection contains apparel, shoes and accessories. I love the collection that they’s published online, but was kinda hoping for it to have a more affordable version of the sweatshirt or t-shirt with the brand’s logo on it. Sadly, that is not the case. However, it does have lurex sweaters, velvet trousers, lovely dresses, and gorgeous patchwork leather skirts and boots. Those boots are definitely on my ‘if I wasn’t a broke musician’ wishlist.
Check out the whole capsule collection by Rodarte x & Other Stories:
Puma has done it again. After a great collaboration with the super cool Solange, they have now teamed up with Rihanna. Together they’ve designed the Puma ‘Creeper’. The Puma sneaker has an edgy rubber creeper sole, and comes in three colorways.
“Rihanna has long been a gamechanger in the creative world – as a singer, a songwriter, an actress, a fashion designer, you name it. Rihanna’s first introduction as PUMA Women’s Creative Director, the PUMA Creeper remixes the iconic PUMA Suede with a little bit punk and a little bit rebel. Inspired by the NYC punk rock style, the PUMA Creeper – the first style of her PUMA by Rihanna Collection and FENTY label – ups the ante, refreshing the Suede with a platform “creeper” sole.” Puma
Solange Knowles’ Saint Heron has collaborated with Puma again!
“Word to the Woman,” is Solange’s third collaboration.The collection is “an ode to the women who innovate and redefine roles in varied walks of life.” The collection will come in two parts. Solange released the first half last monday, a collection of four suede sneakers in beautiful monochrome colors, combined with different textures and patterns. Check out the collection!
The collection is very colorful and features neoprene dresses, mesh and abstract floral, stripe, sports and lace prints.
Curious? Take a look at the rest of the collection!
Jeremy Scott became the creative director for Moschino in 2013, and he has been revamping the brand with his super cool and always recognizable edgy style. This time he has asked Katy Perry to become the face of the new campaign. And wow, she doesn’t disappoint! Love the whole 90’s hiphop vibe and Katy looks amazing, John Mayer is one lucky dude.
Take a look at more and tell me what you think of the campaign in the comments!
Kendall and Kylie Jenner are releasing their own clothing line with Topshop. It’s a 15 piece collection, inspired by their own style and wardrobe. I’m not blown away by the collection, but there are some nice pieces! Have a look at the rest of the collection.
The next H&M designer collaboration is here: Balmain for H&M! Olivier Rousteing walked the red carpet last night at the Billboard Music Awards with models Kendall Jenner and Jourdan Dunn, who both were dressed in Balmain x H&M.
Wow, that’s amazing news, right? I am so excited for this collection, can’t wait to see the rest of it.. I’m going to start saving up some money RIGHT NOW, and am get my camping gear ready as we speak. (Just kidding..)
H&M shot some great backstage shots of Rousteing and his models preparing for last night’s event. Take a look!
Nikelab is Nike’s platform for creative exploration. It’s a place where Nike collaborated with some of the best designers in the world.
Their newest partnership is with Sacai founder Chitose Abe. Chitose Abe is a Japanese fashion designer. She has worked for “Comme les garcons” for 8 years before launching her brand, Sacai, in 1999.
She was inspired by the Nike archives and she used references from running, tennis and American football. Chitose Abe made a real stunning reinterpretation of Nike’s sportswear collections and gave it a modern twist.The result is a eight piece capsule collection, that blends iconic Nike sports looks with a touch of feminism
For instance, the classic Nike Windrunner is now reinterpreted as a skirt that features beautiful plissé-style pleating. A hooded sweatshirt is now upgraded with a peplum detail. It changes the way you look at sportswear, and kind of gives it the element of suprise, because nothing is what it seems, especially when you’re moving around.
These are sports looks that you’ll be wanting to wear when you’re working out or, in my case, just every day, all day. I love how movement really makes the pieces change and the fabrics and colors look amazing too.
The collection will be available March 19 online in Western Europe, North America, Japan and China at nike.com/nikelab and at Nikelab store locations in New York, London, Paris, Milan, Hong Kong and Shanghai.