Fashion Round-Up

ICYMI: HERO 31, Marine Serre in Pitti and dancing in Levi’s
Fashion | 31 March 2024
This article is part of ICYMI – Your weekly fashion news bulletin

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 Paul Mescal x Cartier, Soldier for Stone Island and a Courrèges bag. 

We released a new issue
You know, nothing major, we just dropped HERO 31 this week featuring covers with Ross Lynch, Julian Casablancas and Paapa Essiedu. Don’t get left behind, nab a copy now.

Buy HERO 31 here.


Marine Serre will be at Pitti Uomo
Selected as this year’s guest designer, the French brand will rock up to Florence to present its SS25 collection. Stay tuned.

More info here.


Cartier marked 100 years of its Trinity collection
Celebrating in style, they brought together ambassadors Paul Mescal, JISOO, Yara Shahidi, Jackson Wang and Labrinth for a spectacular shoot.

More info here.



about:blank academy
Named after the page that appears when your web browser has nothing else to display, about:blank is a brand dedicated to contemporary, minimal dressing. For SS24, the brand offers a collection titled Academy, inspired by a preppy college wardrobe that reimagines traditional styles through a modern, streetwear-infused aesthetic; from hoodies to cropped denim jackets, wide-leg trousers to varsity cardigans.





Levi’s wants to see your best moves
The 2024 Live in Levi’s campaign is a multi-sensory experience. Showcasing the brand’s latest collection, the campaign unveils a new film titled The Floor Is Yours, featuring an unreleased track from Haitian-Canadian Grammy Award-winning DJ Kaytranada. Within this, the brand launches an open casting call #LevisOpenCall, asking dancers and movers to enter and get involved with a new film created in partnership with Kaytranada.

Find out more here.



Stone Island Marina
Multi-disciplinary artist Soldier is the face of Stone Island’s latest Marina collection, photographed by David Sims and formatted as an interview compiled of one hundred questions. As for the clothes, unvarnished textures, graphic stripes and a muted colour palette form the core of this season’s offering.



Courrèges’ Holy Bag campaign
The Holy Bag, a streamlined bag reworked from a House archive, can be seen in several different finishes and colourways throughout the campaign. A new emblem from the house that Nicolas Di Felice has developed throughout his latest collections, the circle-shaped handle and streamlined silhouette echoes Di Felice’s 21st-century vision for the house.


Burberry Highgrove’s third instalment
Burberry has launched a new collection of scarves and trench coats, created in partnership with Highgrove Gardens, the drawings for the scarves and linings of the trench coats have been created by British artist Holly Mills, a graduate of the Royal Drawing School.




Bluemarble x Diemme collab

Debuted on the runway at Bluemarble’s SS24 show last spring, the brand’s collaboration with Diemme has finally dropped. Reinterpreting the Maggiore slip-ons with hiking eyelets and suede finishings, the sneaker-mule hybrid combines Bluemarble’s casually cool aesthetic with Diemme’s everyday wearability.


Vestiaire Collective relaunch the Archive Room
Vestiaire Collective’s Archive Room is back in business, the platform’s dedicated vintage selection has returned with a fully stocked catalogue of new products with drops of archive Galliano and Miu Miu arriving this spring. Accompanied by an ‘Icons Only’ campaign, vintage pieces find new homes in classical artworks – we’re talking Dior saddle bags in the Renaissance era.



Byredo’s new digs
Having just opened on Monmouth Street, Byredo’s second London store is a characteristically chic outpost with minimalist interiors. Situated in Seven Dials at the heart of Covent Garden, the new store will carry the full range of Byredo perfume, home fragrance, makeup and body care products.


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