Includes a durable caspsule wardrobe from Canadian brand SophieGrace.
BOSS partners with NBA for capsule collection
Golden State Warrior’s Draymond Green is the leader of the latest BOSS and NBA co-branded capsule collection. The collection of casual pieces like sweaters, t-shirts and sweatpants will feature the NBA logo as well as logos of the New York Knicks, Brooklyn Nets, Los Angeles Lakers, LA Clippers, Miami Heat, Chicago Bulls, Golden State Warriors, Houston Rockets. and the Toronto Raptors. Others joining Green in the campaign include NBA G League player “Zay” Todd, rapper Amine and jewelry designer Greg Yuna. The collection will be released this month online and in stores.
Sentaler launches the ‘Unity’ collection
Canadian coat brand (and royal favorite), Sentaler, has launched a range of purple styles as part of the Sentaler Refresh “Unity” collection. The purple hues are inspired by the coats worn by Kamala Harris, Jill Biden and Michelle Obama at the recent inauguration. The three different purple coats are a basic silhouette of the Sentaler collection and are made from limited edition archival fabric.
SophieGrace produces a sustainable capsule
California-based brand SophieGrace has launched a three-piece capsule collection made from sustainable cupro satin, a fabric sourced from Japan, plant-based and biodegradable. The skirt, button down and tank top are all made in Vancouver and each piece is named after a woman who was involved in carrying out the COVID-19 vaccine. Sold separately, the machine washable collection is the perfect wardrobe base for any lifestyle.
Pairing with your pet has never looked better
VIP (Very Important Puppies) and Les Benjamin have launched a matching clothing collaboration for humans and their four-legged friends. The collection includes sweatshirts, t-shirts, collars, leashes, and carry bags that allow owners to coordinate with their furry family members. The cozy pastel collection is perfect for Valentine’s Day spent at home with your most loyal companion.
Tommy Hilfiger partners with The Fashion and Race Database
As part of Tommy Hilfiger’s The People’s Place program, the brand has entered into a partnership with The Fashion and Race Database created by Professor Kimberly Jenkins of the FCAD Ryerson School of Fashion. Jenkin’s platform challenges misrepresentation in history and industry and Tommy Hilfiger will fund and support research for a study called “The Unsung History of American Sportswear.” This study aims to uncover the influence of black American culture and will create educational resources with their findings.