Happy Friday 13th! What’s been happening in the week of fashion this past 7 days? Here’s a quick roundup which has caught my eye, and the latest from men’s fashion in the week ending 13th January
Adidas Re-release NMD R1 Primeknit OG Trainers
“You asked for them, you’ll get them” was the message from Adidas, as they re-release the popular OG-NMD on Saturday 14th January (tomorrow). They should be priced at around £130 and available at selected stores, although they will go fast.
LFWM – London Fashion Week Men’s 17
It was the first London Fashion Week Men’s…Actually, it’s a rebrand of the London Collection: Men’s aka LCM:Men’s which was opened by TOPMAN Design who showcased their collection which looked very 90’s inspired with bright bold neon prints and models who looked like they were from the Brit Pop era. Tinie Tempah debuted his What We Wear collection, and established designers were out in force, including Vivienne Westwood, Lou Dalton, Belstaff, Agi & Sam x Woolmark collaboration, J.W. Anderson, Kent & Curwen, Oliver Spencer and a whole load more.
Pitti Uomo 17
It was also time for Pitti Uomo, where we saw Tommy Hilfiger for the first time at the Florence show. Plenty of great pieces were seen, including a very nice trademark woollen jumper.
That’s just a couple of the things which I’ve noticed in fashion this week. If you have any other news or would like to contribute something, please let me know in the comments 🙂
H&M have announced another celebrity style collaboration, this time with Canadian RnB artist The Weeknd. This comes after H&M have worked with other celebs, including the ever popular David Beckham lines, and their special brand collaborations, which the Kenzo x H&M collection is released this Thursday, 3rd November. The Weeknd has his own clothing line, XO, with H&M stating that this collaborative line will feature key items for Spring which he’s handpicked himself.
The collection will be ready to view and purchase in March 2017.
Probably the most watched fashion show in the World, the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show is set for a new home for 2016! Back in 2014 the VS Fashion Show left the USA, and made it’s home in London for one night. In 2015 it went back to New York City and for 2016 the Victoria’s Secret Fashion show will come from Paris, France for the first time!
Confirmed models which you’ll be able to see are Adriana Lima, Alessandra Ambrosio, Lily Aldridge, Elsa Hosk, Jasmine Tookes, Josephine Skriver, Lais Ribeiro, Martha Hunt, Romee Strijd, Sara Sampaio, Stella Maxwell and Taylor Hill, as well as new faces.
UPDATE – 1st November 2016
This year there’ll be performances from Lady Gaga, Bruno Mars and returning for a second year running, The Weeknd. Bruno Mars has previously performed at The Victoria Secret Fashion Show, back in 2012.
The show will air in the USA on Monday 5th December
UK Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show TV Air Date
There is no set air date for the show in the UK as of yet. For the past few years 4Music has broadcast the show after the USA date. As soon as a date has been revealed, this will be updated.
Getting an authentic Canada Goosehas not always been the easiest of tasks, with not too many retailers stocking them for one reason or another. I remember searching for one for a long time 6 years ago before I was finally able to find one. That’s going to be a whole lot easier, at least if you live in it’s hometown of Toronto. The first ever Canada Goose store was opened today, in the Yorkdale centre in Toronto, Canada.
The space looks brilliant! Very modern, stylish and high end, and you’d expect nothing less from one of the most luxurious clothing brands for Winter and arctic clothing. If you’re In New York city you’ll be able to buy your wears from an official store too, with Canada Goose NYC getting a flagship store set to open on 17th November in SoHo.
In honour of Remembrance Sunday, Marks & Spencer has once again released their Poppy Collection for 2016. The small collection of 11 products include fashionable items including pocket squares, cufflinks, lapel pins, earrings and broaches, alongside their iconic crystal poppy broach.
All profits go to The Royal British Legion, so there’s no excuse not to look stylish as well as contributing to this cause for Remembrance Sunday this year. The cufflinks come in at £15 for a pair, with £9.50 for the tie pin, £12.50 for each pocket square, broaches starting at £15 and classic pins starting at only £5.
The pocket squares will make a great addition to a blazer or smart jacket. They are 30x30cm and made from 100% silk. They come in two colours, each utilizing red white and blue, with the red poppy print bring the focal point. You can check out the full collection available at M&S in-store and online here.
The wait is almost over if you’ve wanted to get your hands on the latest Adidas Yeezy drop; The Yeezy Boost 750 Brown. There’s been a few names for these soon to be sold out trainers doing the rounds, including light brown and chocolate. Adidas have confirmed that the actual name for the kicks which are designed by Kanye West are the Boosy 750 Brown, just incase you’ve heard otherwise elsewhere.
As for the trainers themselves, Adidas tell us that they’re a premium footwear silhouette which have been developed with Adidas Originals, made with suede uppers and the full length trademark boost midsole.
The brown suede works well with the gum sole, with matching colour laces and strap. They’re being released this weekend, 15th October which you can get from selected stores in the UK listed below. The RRP is $350 US Dollars, with UK price being touted as £260.
Where To Buy The Yeezy Boost 750 Brown In The UK
51 The Green, City Centre
adidas Originals Store London
15 Fouberts Place
80 Berwick Street
107-108 Shoreditch High Street
Marks And Spencer have introduced a line of premium selvedge denim jeans to their fashion line up for this season. If you’ve read my 5 pairs of denim you should own guide, you’ll know that I love selvedge denim, and it’s a type of denim which is quite coveted, and popular among denim connoisseurs.
The range is new for AW16 and is made from premium fabrics from mills in United States, Japan and Italy, all three noted for their high quality fabrics and workmanship. The range come in a couple of washes, including a light mid-blue wash, and my two favourites, dark indigo and black, as well as two fits; Slim and straight leg.
The selvedge detailing can be found on the inseam of the leg as you would expect, with more selvedge detailing on the front pocket. On the inside of the jeans you’ll find where the jeans were made, as the countries flag is printed on the inside.
You can pick up a pair of these for £60 from M&S here and join the selvedge club, or add a pair to your collection.
After Reebok brought back it’s classic and much love Classics collection from the 90’s, they brought back a special pastel edition of the C85 trainers, and now comes the Club C 85 Vintage suede trainers, complete with the gum sole.
The popular silhouettes come in three different colours; Navy Black, and grey with the typical Reebok styling which brings back the 90’s vibes. My personal favourite from the line-up are the black pair, which will work well with any outfit and keep your look understated. Designed for indoors, you can wear these out with your Autumn look. If you’re on the hunt for some 90’s style and like a pair of suede footwear, these have got to be worth a look.
They’re £65 and available at various retailers for £65, including Schuh here.
H&M have announced their Studio collection for the Autumn/Winter 2016 season. The collection comprises of all the pieces you’d expect to find in an AW collection, and includes knitwear, coats, tees and trousers to kick-start your Autumn fashion wardrobe. The pieces come in key colours for Autumn, and there’s a colour palate of dark neutral hues of greens, browns, greys and blues. The price-points are at the higher end of the H&M scale, being the Studio line, with wool coats running at £120-£150, and a really nice cardigan for £50.
The collection goes on sale both online at H&M and in-store on Thursday 8th September from 9AM.
I am no stranger to an H&M collab, the first one which I blogged about was the H&M Versace collaboration where I managed to get a few pieces, and since then there’s been designer collaborations from Marni, Maison Martin Margiela, Isabel Marant, Alexander Wang and Balmain.
The H&M x Kenzo collaboration was announced a few weeks back, and now H&M have teased us with a couple of pictures which includes some of the pieces from the collection. The designs have all the trademarks of Kenzo, with an all over print style, these pieces in a tiger print theme with red and blue.
The whole collection will be available from 3rd November online and in-store, and if the past collaborations are anything to go by, it will sell out very quickly.
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