Everything about Balenciaga’s Apple Music playlists, Rachel’s new tights and hottest collaborations.
From cool fashion collaborations to design-curated music playlists, here’s all the news you need to know.
The J Brand x Halpern collection has arrived
After hinting at union at British designer Michael Halpern’s show in London last February, the official collaboration between Halpern and denim label J Brand has finally arrived. “This collaboration has given me the opportunity to express myself in a way that I did not have before,” Halpern said in a statement. “It was so exciting to be able to use such incredible materials, like J Brand’s shiny eco-denim and embossed leather snakeskin, to create a capsule collection that embodied the Halpern aesthetic: true glamor while embracing the ‘Classic Americana. Blending the effortless freshness of J Brand’s beloved silhouettes with Halpern’s high-octane drama, the 9-piece collection includes outerwear, jackets and pants.
Rachel’s new tights are the brand’s most durable and inclusive to date
Whether we like it or not, cooler weather is upon us. Making this fact a little more bearable is the e-commerce and subscription box site Rachel – led by Montreal co-founders Carolyne Parent and Mélanie Heyberger – which showcased a line of tights made from two materials touted for their reduction in waste. emissions and their water consumption. production process. The new styles are available in AG sizes; the EG range features a specially designed fit to hug the curves. “Fashion brands have the ability to change the world for the better and we believe we have to do our part, one product at a time,” Parent said in a press release. “This year, we challenged ourselves to create a more sustainable and inclusive collection that won’t compromise on style or comfort. I am happy to say that our mission is accomplished.
OVO x DSquared2 takes two with their second collaboration
In one of the most Canadian fashion collaborations of the year, Dsquared2 once again teamed up with October’s Very Own to create a selection of cult streetwear pieces, including bomber jackets, loungewear, t-shirts. shirts and accessories. As we mentioned, temperatures are dropping; why not channel the power of the stars that these two mega-brands attract with a badge cap?
Apple Music Now Offers Playlist Created by Demna Gvasalia of Balenciaga
What do Sade, Radiohead, Marilyn Manson and Lauryn Hill have in common? They are all part of the music curation recently launched by Balenciaga Artistic Director Demna Gvasalia. The release of the initial collection of 1pm songs is of course accompanied by exclusive Balenciaga merchandise. Future playlists will be created by musicians Gvasalia admires. “The Balenciaga x Apple Music playlists will be created by some of my favorite music artists, each of which I have personally selected,” Gvasalia said in a press release. “These playlists will represent their personal tastes and influences, providing insight into what they listen to in their own lives.”
A-COLD-WALL * has partnered with Converse for a shoe and clothing capsule
Joins the list of exciting fashion collaborations this year is British Fashion Award winner and LVMH Prize winner Samuel Ross, who founded the A-COLD-WALL * menswear line in 2015, and made now teamed up with Converse. “One of my earliest memories of Converse is owning a pair of Navy All Stars when I was 14. I traveled the Caribbean a lot and took these shoes on many hikes and on mountain trails,” Ross said in an announcement regarding the launch. “So my childhood experience gave rise to this idea of changing the All Star into something more resilient. You have a blend of cultural experience that overlaps with A-COLD-WALL * take on how shoes work. On Monday, September 14, the capsule will debut exclusively on the ACW website; you can shop in the minimalist offering which includes versions of the iconic All Star Lugged and ERX sneakers, as well as a pair of patchwork tracksuits (pieces will be available on the Converse site and at select retailers on the 17th).
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