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.
Loewe bring out the stars
The likes of Aubrey Plaza, Dev Hynes, Murray Bartlett and Myha’la Herrold wear Loewe’s new FW23 pre-collection, shot by Juergen Teller.
Wales Bonner introduces accessories
Handcrafted in Krobo, Ghana, using locally made materials including recycled glass beads, freshwater pearls, and custom casted silver, Grace Wales Bonner’s debut jewellery and footwear collection builds on the designer’s commitment to artisan craft. Recycled glass bead necklaces, eggshell disc beads and freshwater pearls are paired with loafers inspired by the traditional babouche slipper and leather strap sandals.
Available to shop at walesbonner.net.
Aries put pictures of French skaters on tees
Following the release of Gnarly, a photography book made in collaboration with Aries shot by French-born photographer David Ledoux capturing the surf and skate subcultures of Biarritz, the London streetwear brand has partnered with tasty seltzer brand White Claw to create a capsule collection of tees, sweats and shorts featuring Ledoux’s sun-kissed images.
Shop the collection here.
Swarovski’s ‘Metamorphosis’ campaign
Celebrating self-expression and the transformative power of crystals, Swarovski’s latest campaign features a series of otherworldly creatures. Created by photographer Steven Meisel and make-up maestro Pat McGrath, Swarovski’s iconic designs are personified in four portraits embodying the personalities of the Butterfly, Parrot, Pineapple and Turtle, each character a testament to the wonder of the natural world.
A collection built across worlds
Drawing inspiration from the life of Helene Smith, a late-19th-century artist and medium, Indian clothing brand Karu Research and NYC creative studio Small Talk Studio have created a capsule collection in her honour. Combining references to Smith’s imagined future and past worlds with old English horticultural manuscripts and Indian motifs, the collection is a vibrant ode to freethinking artistry.
The collection is available to shop exclusively on Mr Porter.
Keith Haring illustrations decoarate BOSS’ new capsule
The release of BOSS Legends: Keith Haring capsule collection encapsulates the trailblazing nature of the US artist, known for speaking out against social injustice and his animated graffiti style. Coinciding with Pride Month, t-shirts, shorts and hoodies feature a subtle rainbow trim alongside signature Haring designs. To further mark the occasion Hugo Boss will be making a contribution to ILGA World – a global federation that campaigns for the equal rights of individuals of diverse sexual orientations, gender identities and expressions, and sex characteristics.
Shop the collection here.