From Thom Browne’s kids’ collection to all-inclusive Teyana Taylor designs at PrettyLittleThing, here’s the hot news.
Mejuri appeals to Annie Murphy and Grace Mahary for International Women’s Day campaign
Canadian jewelry brand Mejuri released its first sweatshirt as part of its “Golden Together” campaign for International Women’s Day. CEO and brand co-founder Noura Sakkijha, Annie Murphy, Grace Mahary, Nadine Spencer, Jenna Lyons and Lindsay Jeng are all featured as influential women in the campaign to promote women’s empowerment. As part of the brand’s mission to support gender equality, 100% of the profits from the pull will go to the Mejuri Empowerment Fund which supports higher education for women and non-binary people. The jersey sweater with “gold” embroidery on the chest is currently available for pre-order online and will be available for purchase on February 17th.
Thom Browne launches children’s clothing
Thom Browne takes the cake for this week’s cutest new collection. The quirky and perfectly fitted brand announced the release of a collection of children’s clothing during Paris Menswear Week. The Thom Browne collection of classic styles can now be found for ages 2-12. The collection includes gray suits, cardigans, crisp white shirts, polo shirts and sweatpants, all designed for your mini-me. The collection is currently available online and in Thom Browne stores.
Teyana Taylor launches her first PrettyLittleThing collection
Teyana Taylor released her first 25-piece collection as Creative Director of PrettyLittleThing. The singer-songwriter, actress, dancer, choreographer and director adds another title to her resume with a 90s-inspired collection representing her signature style. Designed on Zoom during the pandemic, Taylor’s collection features a mix of feminine and tomboy styles, including smooth faux leather, luxurious body con dresses, and an epic bandana-print puffer jacket, all available in sizes 0-26.
Depop announces its commitment to sustainable development
The Depop fashion market app announced a two-year sustainability plan to promote a more circular and inclusive industry. Their plan is divided into four areas of interest; governance, planet, people and platform. With transparent public goals set, the resale platform aims to bring about measurable changes over the next two years, including climate neutrality. “We believe in a new fashion system that is actively kind, respectful and responsible. Where nothing is new but everything is new and where creating a better future for fashion and for ourselves is a common goal, not just for Depop, but for everyone. Our plan is the first step towards that future, and Depop becomes the most diverse and progressive fashion house in the world, ”said Maria Raga, CEO of Depop. The company’s full sustainability plan is available on their website.