Time flies, so to keep you in the loop, we’ve rounded up all the important snippets of fashion news from the past seven days into one neat feature. This week includes a Rick Owens collab and Saint Laurent by the sea (read: River).
Adidas made Stan Smiths from recycled plastic
Using technology to hone sustainability, the German sports brand are pushing things forward with a new footwear trio centred around a brand new high-performance material: PRIMEGREEN. Good looking and good for the environment, that’s a double tick from us.
Swedish label and retailer Très Bien launched a new collection
Titled ATELJÉ (translation: studio/atelier), the offering cements the brand’s commitment to their native Malmö: all garments have been created either in-house or at local ateliers, and all without industrial machines – emphasising a commitment to artisan craft. Using luxury Italian fabrics, classic shapes and tailoring staples are elevated in tune with the brand’s sustainable and contemporary ethos, while sportswear elements include a baseball jersey inspired by Michael Jordan’s golfing shirt.
Laces that smell like bacon became a thing
Some context: earlier this week Nike released the Nike Air Max 90 “Bacon”, a shoe initially released as a collaboration with former baseball icon Dave Ortiz’ Dave’s Quality Meat. With the excitement of the returning shoe, American meat and cold cut production company Oscar Mayer have gone above and beyond, producing a matching pair of laces that not only look like rashers of bacon but smell like them too. Using their very own Hardwood Smoked Bacon to give the laces their sizzling scent, these are bound to make you very popular with the dogs in your local park.
Oscar Mayer will be hosting a competition running from now until 1st April, to enter tweet Oscar Mayer using the hashtags #OscarCookMyKicks and #Sweepstakes.
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Rick Owens and Champion revealed their latest collab
Having premiered at Rick’s show in June 2019, the second team-up between Rick and Champion is now being readied for fans. Set for release at the end of the month, the new pieces include sweatshirts, sweatpants and tees, alongside mesh shorts and lightweight outerwear layers. For sports goths, there’s athletic caps and headbands, and for beach goths, take a load of those bucket hats and tote bags. All created using 100 percent organic cottons and recycled nylons, products will be delivered in plastic-free, biodegradable materials. Plus, get a load of those masked-up poses below…