October means fall is officially here— and so is the return of layered dressing. The spookiest month of the year brings some frighteningly great fashion news, which we’re tracking below. Read on for this month’s hottest drops, launches, and collaborations.
Loro Piana Joins Forces With Hiroshi Fujiwara On First-Ever Collab
Who: Loro Piana
What: Capsule collaboration with Hiroshi Fujiwara
Where: In Loro Piana boutiques worldwide and on loropiana.com
Why: Italian luxury mainstay Loro Piana enters new territory with their first-ever product collaboration with Japanese streewear legend, designer, and producer Hiroshi Fujiwara (who is also using his name for a collab for the first time). The ten piece, gender neutral capsule embodies the timeless elegance and craftsmanship Loro Piana is renowned for with the streamlined Japanese sensibility that Fujiwara has honed over the years. The muted color palette coincides with relaxed yet impeccably made streetwear pieces, with highlights being the reversible bomber jacket and interlocking patterned sweater in Baby Cashmere. The global and unisex feel lend itself to timelessness and give the collection instant wearability.
Attersee Debuts Collection II
What: Collection II
Where: Exclusively online at attersee.com
Why: The key to the perfect fall wardrobe begins with the foundations: timeless basics with which you can freely mix, match, and layer. This idea of a functional system for dressing was the genesis behind New York based luxury label Attersee’s second collection. With streamlined silhouettes and a balanced color palette of rich neutrals, Collection II will take the stress out of your daily routine as each piece can be easily dressed up or down. Wear the tuxedo-bib tunic as a layered under a blazer to the office and over the label’s fluid drawstring trousers for dinner. Other must-haves in the lineup include a wrap coat cut from Loro Piana cashmere complete with velvet ribbon and a sleek satin midi dress with fringe at the hemline.
Francesca Miranda Launches The Gloria
Who: Francesca Miranda
What: Launch of The Gloria
Where: Exclusively online at thegloria.co
Why: Luxury Colombian-based womenswear brand Francesca Miranda ventures into the lifestyle and digital spaces with their latest project, The Gloria. The Gloria is a new online destination for everything bridal— and not just the brand’s gorgeous couture and ready-to-wear offerings for brides. The website brings together the best of Colombia, featuring homeware and furniture made by local artisans, skincare, and fine jewelry. The website also offers guides and vendor recommendations for Latin American destination weddings, embracing the Latin American culture. This new, all-encompassing wedding guide marks a new direction for Francesca Miranda as a lifestyle brand honoring the rich Colombian heritage and embracing the future.
Figue Launches Resort 2022
What: Resort 2022 Collection
Where: Online at Figue.com
Why: Figue, the go-to brand for stylish jet-setters in need of vacation wear, was recently bought out by its biggest fan: fashion designer and entrepreneur, Liz Lange. October 12th marks the debut of Lange’s first collection. Longtime fans of the Figue need not fret, as the breezy kaftans and romantic florals for which it has become synonymous will not be going anywhere. Lange plans to build out Figue’s offerings, launching additional silhouettes and a line of accessories. For Resort 2022, Lange played with patterns, and said, “Cher is my springboard this season. She takes flamboyance and theatricality and makes them totally chic, effortless and compelling. This is the magic of Cher: never boring, always dramatic and stylish” said Lange. With retail pricing from $295-$1,000, there is something for everyone in search of a little wanderlust, whether you’re sunning in Cannes or barbecuing in the backyard.
Malone Souliers Launches Make Your Mark
Who: Malone Souliers
What: Make Your Mark
Where: Exclusively online at malonesouliers.com
Why: Are you looking for your perfect sole-mate, but unable to find just the right pair? London-based shoe brand Malone Souliers has you covered with Make Your Mark— a new digital made-to-order platform. Choose from a vast array of silhouettes such as the sophisticated Maureen heel, or the more playful Marion flat. You can play with heel heights, color palettes, textures, and straps— the platform will offer 6,000 possible combinations. A monogram can even be added to the soles of your shoes for an extra personal touch. “A pair of shoes can express so much about a person,” said Malone Soulier’s creative director Mary Alice Malone. “I’m delighted that our customers everywhere now have the opportunity to create their own designs for maximum self-expression.”
K-Swiss Teams Up With EleVen by Venus Williams On Capsule
Who: K-Swiss x EleVen by Venus Williams
What: Retro Collection
Where: Online at KSwiss.com and Elevenbyvenuswilliams.com
Why: Call it a match made in tennis heaven. Following the heels of its May 2021 “Glow-up” collection, heritage brand K-Swiss will team up once again with American Tennis champion Venus Williams. The power duos’ third capsule collection, titled “Retro by EleVen x K-Swiss,” launches October 12th and includes seventeen pieces that meld timeless silhouettes with contemporary details. Highlights include a crisp white short set rendered in cozy luxe rib knit and the chunky-soled Tubes B sneakers. The Eleven in Legacy joggers and hoodie, which come in color-blocked cobalt or pink, call to mind American sportswear’s heyday: the 1920s. Whether you’re searching for hardcore performance gear or simple athleisure pieces, Retro by EleVen x K-Swiss has you covered.
Heaven by Marc Jacobs Introduces Capsule 3
Who: Heaven by Marc Jacobs
What: FW21 collection featuring The Virgin Suicides
Where: Available in Marc Jacobs stores and online at MarcJacobs.com
Why: Heaven by Marc Jacobs debuts their third collection, FW21, with a capsule honoring Sofia Coppola’s cult classic The Virgin Suicides. The angsty teen rebellion film marries perfectly with the youthful grunge aesthetic Heaven has been honing since its inception. The collection includes tees, skirts, handbags, and notebooks, with a dedicated The Virgin Suicides popup shop at the Fairfax store. $18 of every “Just Like Life” baby tee sold will be donated to The LGTBQ Community Center, supporting and uplifting the lives of queer youth.
Ganni Debuts First Size-Inclusive Drop
What: Size inclusive capsule in partnership with 11 Honoré
Why: Danish fashion brand Ganni announces its first-ever size-inclusive capsule in partnership with 11 Honoré. The drop includes 10 core styles that encapsulate the Ganni girl DNA, including floral separates and feminine dresses. The new sizing has been rigorously tested by the team at 11 Honoré through months of fittings to ensure the fit was consistent throughout the entire size offering. Sizes range from EU32-52 across RTW and swimwear, while shoes will include sizes EU35-42 with selected core styles ranging up to EU44. This marks a turning point for the brand as they explore how to become a more inclusive and sustainable brand.
RE/DONE Joins The Jean Redesign
What: The Jean Redesign project
Where: Available at RE/DONE stores, select retailers, and online at shopredone.com
Why: RE/DONE has been at the forefront of restoring vintage jeans and making them new and fresh, increasing the circularity of denim consumption, as denim takes gallons of water to create. In their latest step towards closing the production circle, RE/DONE has adapted rigorous standards courtesy of Ellen MacArthur Foundation’s Jeans Redesign project guidelines. This newest effort is their most sustainable original denim worn by the RE/DONE community to date. The collection consists of three pairs of jeans designed with responsibly sourced 100% organic cotton, recycled hardware, bio-based patches, biodegradable packaging, and also comes with a unique QR code for the pair of jeans that allows the wearer to access a full traceability report. Circularity has never been so chic.
Acne Studios Unveils Distortion Bag Line
Who: Acne Studios
What: The Distortion Handbag line
Where: In Acne Studios stores worldwide and on acnestudios.com
Why: Acne Studios is releasing their Distortion handbag line, featuring graphic takes on some of their most iconic bags, including styles that debuted on the runway last March. Three different bag shapes, including the iconic Musubi bag and the Audrey tote bag, take on new life with different angles and sizes, altering the silhouette. These sleek bags, all made in Italy, will make people look twice when you take your Distortion bag out on the town.
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