Myfawnwy x Stella McCartney Shared
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 Giorgio Armani ski gear and a very sharing Stella McCartney.
Stella McCartney Shared featured three designer collaborations
For the third iteration of her Shared genderless line, Stella literally did what her capsule line says, and shared design duties with three nascent designers: Ed Curtis in London, Maisie Broome (Myfawnwy) in New York City and Tom Tosseyn in Antwerp. Each making their own mark, Stella classics are covered in smiling flower faces and psychedelic spray paint prints.
Virgil Abloh designed his second Mercedes-Benz
Peddle to the metal, the Louis Vuitton designer’s latest Mercedes-Benz collab sees him create an innovative, electric version of the German marque’s Maybach series. The car is set to be revealed on 1st December at Art Basel. Forget sneakers, true fans buy one-of-a-kind concept cars.
OpéraSPORT released their newest collection
Founded in 2019 by Stephanie Gundelach and Awa Malina Stelter, Copenhagen brand OpéraSPORT have forged a dedicated fanbase committed to their modernist, sustainable ethos. Their latest collection, dubbed EDITION 07, builds on these signatures: cut-outs give minimalist shapes an artistic edge; body plates are worn over jersey sweatshirts and elongated puffer coats replicate the ultimate feeling of never leaving bed.
Kim Jones released his new B30 Dior sneakers
Fusing French modernism with sporting codes, Jones’ latest footwear offering debuted at the designer’s Spring 2022 Dior collaboration with Travis Scott (remember that trippy desert world?) and has now hit shelves worldwide. A homage to the world of running, you’d best be at top speed to get your hands on a pair of these.
A-COLD-WALL* collaborated with Dre Beats
Inspired by urban architecture and design, British designer and founder of A-COLD-WALL* Samuel Ross has bought his signature colour palette of pebble greys and brown brick to his collaboration with Beats, producing the Studio3 wireless headphones. Paying homage to the urban spaces he grew up around, Ross says of the collaboration, “Building a literal link between environment, inspiration, material and function enabled us to project shared, hyper local, hyper global influences as a keystone for a universal community.”
Samuel Ross’ Studio3 wireless headphones are available to buy now.