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Introducing N°21 x 7 For All Mankind
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Introducing N°21 x 7 For All Mankind

Fashion For Spring/Summer ‘22, the originator of American premium denim breaks new ground in partnership with Italian luxury label N°21 led by Alessandro Dell’Acqua.   Defined by a genderless aesthetic, the collection of deconstructed silhouettes offers a new gaze; more fluid and conscious, celebrating inclusivity and togetherness with a sustainable approach.   The capsule places denim at the pinnacle of cutting-edge style, playing with layering and proportion and punctuated by unexpected details throughout. Exaggerated overshirts, cropped, hooded sweatshirts and voluminous capes pair with wide-legged and slouchy crop jeans - finished with an injection off overtly feminine codes. A sculpted bra, pussy-bow blouse and chiffon-trimmed pencil skirt complete the dynamic looks. The minimalistic pammlette comprises the signature blush pink of N°21 with 7 For All Mankind’s iconic indigo wash.   The exclusive collaboration with N°21 marks the brand’s 21stanniversary in the year 2021. The spirit of the partnership is captured in a directional, high octane campaign by creative forces Robin Gallegue (photographer) and Elodie David-Touboul (stylist). Together, they present a concept of aspirational fearlessness and individuality, visualised by the line-up of androgynous street-cast models.   «It was a perfect match from the very beginning. When we met Alesssandro Dell’Acqua it was an undoubtedly natural fit; uniting the sartorial shapes of N°21 with our denim expertise felt both organic and compelling. Dell’Acqua starting from our versatile and familiar fabric, created something unique, elevated and disruptive that breaks new ground for the future of denim. Most significantly, the collection was produced in line with our strict sustainability criteria as part of our continued commitment to the environment». Francesca Toninato, Global CEO of 7 For All Mankind     «The contrast between the aesthetic of N°21 and the Californian attitude of the 7 For All Mankind brand is, in my opinion, the strength of this partnership which brings together two different worlds in perfect harmony. Functionality, respect for the heritage of the brand and unexpected details are the standout features of the capsule collection». Alessandro Dell’Acqua, N21 Founder and Creative Director      The consciously-made collection is part of the brand’s journey to design and produce beautiful product with a focus on ethical materials and practices that reduce impact on the planet. This global initiative entitled Sustainable For All Mankind is a commitment to ensuring that over 80% of product will have sustainable properties by 2023 through defined criteria for materials and manufacturing.     The collection launches globally on 3 December 2021. For Spring/Summer ‘22, the originator of American premium denim breaks new ground in partnership with Italian luxury label N°21 led by Alessandro Dell’Acqua.   Defined by a genderless aesthetic, the collection of deconstructed silhouettes offers a new gaze; more fluid and conscious, celebrating inclusivity and togetherness with a sustainable approach.   The capsule places denim at the pinnacle of cutting-edge style, playing with layering and proportion and punctuated by unexpected details throughout. Exaggerated overshirts, cropped, hooded sweatshirts and voluminous capes pair with wide-legged and slouchy crop jeans - finished with an injection off overtly feminine codes. A sculpted bra, pussy-bow blouse and chiffon-trimmed pencil skirt complete the dynamic looks. The minimalistic pammlette comprises the signature blush pink of N°21 with 7 For All Mankind’s iconic indigo wash.   The exclusive collaboration with N°21 marks the brand’s 21stanniversary in the year 2021. The spirit of the partnership is captured in a directional, high octane campaign by creative forces Robin Gallegue (photographer) and Elodie David-Touboul (stylist). Together, they present a concept of aspirational fearlessness and individuality, visualised by the line-up of androgynous street-cast models.   «It was a perfect match from the very beginning. When we met Alesssandro Dell’Acqua it was an undoubtedly natural fit; uniting the sartorial shapes of N°21 with our denim expertise felt both organic and compelling. Dell’Acqua starting from our versatile and familiar fabric, created something unique, elevated and disruptive that breaks new ground for the future of denim. Most significantly, the collection was produced in line with our strict sustainability criteria as part of our continued commitment to the environment». Francesca Toninato, Global CEO of 7 For All Mankind     «The contrast between the aesthetic of N°21 and the Californian attitude of the 7 For All Mankind brand is, in my opinion, the strength of this partnership which brings together two different worlds in perfect harmony. Functionality, respect for the heritage of the brand and unexpected details are the standout features of the capsule collection». Alessandro Dell’Acqua, N21 Founder and Creative Director      The consciously-made collection is part of the brand’s journey to design and produce beautiful product with a focus on ethical materials and practices that reduce impact on the planet. This global initiative entitled Sustainable For All Mankind is a commitment to ensuring that over 80% of product will have sustainable properties by 2023 through defined criteria for materials and manufacturing.     The collection launches globally on 3 December 2021.

 ZALANDO LAUNCHES AN EMOTIONAL HOLIDAY CAMPAIGN, “JOY IS OURS”, TO HELP RECLAIM JOY ACROSS EUROPE DURING THE HOLIDAY SEASON
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ZALANDO LAUNCHES AN EMOTIONAL HOLIDAY CAMPAIGN, “JOY IS OURS”, TO HELP RECLAIM JOY ACROSS EUROPE DURING THE HOLIDAY SEASON

Fashion Zalando, Europe’s leading online platform for fashion and lifestyle, will spread joy across Europe throughout the holiday season through a holistic campaign that celebrates all of our moments of joy and happiness.     The #JoyIsOurs campaign centers around an emotional and powerful rallying cry that captures the essence of the holiday season. Whether it’s the nostalgia of family gatherings, connecting with old friends, or spending precious time with that special someone, Zalando is encouraging people to celebrate joy in all its forms. #JoyIsOurs represents a purposeful step towards ‘the new normal’ while acknowledging the challenges we’ve all faced in recent months.     Zalando once again places human emotion front and centre as a full-length TVC portrays the return of special moments shared between loved ones during the holiday season. Shot by Savanah Leaf - who transitioned from 2012 Olympian to a Grammy nominated director and photographer - the campaign will be brought to life across numerous formats. Alongside the main video content and DOOH moving assets, the campaign will incorporate emotional stills captured by celebrated Brooklyn-based photographer Geordie Wood,and owned social channels will showcase content featuring the cast of the campaign. The 360° campaign was created in collaboration with creative agency Anomaly.     “The last two years have brought many challenges to all of us, and Zalando is determined to bring a feel good movement to this Holiday Season as communities around Europe look to make up for lost time,”says Ralph Rijks, VP of Global Marketing at Zalando. “At Zalando, self-expression is part of our DNA, and through the #JoyIsOurs campaign, we hope to create a platform where our community can express and share their own joyful moments and memories to build a wave of positivity in time for the Holiday Season”     In December,  as an extension of the #JoyIsOurs campaign, friends of Zalando from across Europe, will be sharing their own images of what joy means to them on social media, creating a further wave of joy. The inspiring cast will include a collection of actors, brands, models, and partners that Zalando has worked with during 2021.       #Joyisours   Zalando, Europe’s leading online platform for fashion and lifestyle, will spread joy across Europe throughout the holiday season through a holistic campaign that celebrates all of our moments of joy and happiness.     The #JoyIsOurs campaign centers around an emotional and powerful rallying cry that captures the essence of the holiday season. Whether it’s the nostalgia of family gatherings, connecting with old friends, or spending precious time with that special someone, Zalando is encouraging people to celebrate joy in all its forms. #JoyIsOurs represents a purposeful step towards ‘the new normal’ while acknowledging the challenges we’ve all faced in recent months.     Zalando once again places human emotion front and centre as a full-length TVC portrays the return of special moments shared between loved ones during the holiday season. Shot by Savanah Leaf - who transitioned from 2012 Olympian to a Grammy nominated director and photographer - the campaign will be brought to life across numerous formats. Alongside the main video content and DOOH moving assets, the campaign will incorporate emotional stills captured by celebrated Brooklyn-based photographer Geordie Wood,and owned social channels will showcase content featuring the cast of the campaign. The 360° campaign was created in collaboration with creative agency Anomaly.     “The last two years have brought many challenges to all of us, and Zalando is determined to bring a feel good movement to this Holiday Season as communities around Europe look to make up for lost time,”says Ralph Rijks, VP of Global Marketing at Zalando. “At Zalando, self-expression is part of our DNA, and through the #JoyIsOurs campaign, we hope to create a platform where our community can express and share their own joyful moments and memories to build a wave of positivity in time for the Holiday Season”     In December,  as an extension of the #JoyIsOurs campaign, friends of Zalando from across Europe, will be sharing their own images of what joy means to them on social media, creating a further wave of joy. The inspiring cast will include a collection of actors, brands, models, and partners that Zalando has worked with during 2021.       #Joyisours  

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KIM JONES WON DESIGNER OF THE YEAR AT THE FASHION AWARDS 2021
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KIM JONES WON DESIGNER OF THE YEAR AT THE FASHION AWARDS 2021

Fashion Kim Jones for FENDI and Dior Men won the Designer of the Year award at The Fashion Awards 2021, at the Royal Albert Hall in London.     The award presented by Demi Moore and Tom Daley, recognises a British or International designer whose innovative collections have made a notable impact on the industry, defining the shape of global fashion.   Kim Jones was also one of the recipients for the Leader of Change award for Creativity Honourees, who created positive change within the fashion industry this past year.       Kim Jones for FENDI and Dior Men won the Designer of the Year award at The Fashion Awards 2021, at the Royal Albert Hall in London.     The award presented by Demi Moore and Tom Daley, recognises a British or International designer whose innovative collections have made a notable impact on the industry, defining the shape of global fashion.   Kim Jones was also one of the recipients for the Leader of Change award for Creativity Honourees, who created positive change within the fashion industry this past year.      

"Kendall for ABOUT YOU" finally launches the main Fall/Winter drop with a very personal campaign
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"Kendall for ABOUT YOU" finally launches the main Fall/Winter drop with a very personal campaign

Fashion On 4 December 2021 at 6pm, the fashion online shop ABOUT YOU finally presents its main and thus the second drop with Kendall Jenner, the renowned fashion icon. The Fall/Winter drop consists of more than 40 limited and elaborate pieces made of high-quality materials with a strong fashion focus. All pieces are once again inspired from Kendall’s own style. A particular  detail of the campaign is that Kendall invites us to a very personal place: a horse ranch. "Kendall for ABOUT YOU" is exclusively available from 6 pm (CET) in all 26 ABOUT YOU shops across Europe. Fans who sign up on www.aboutyou.com will get early-shopping access to the drop 24 hours before the official launch.     After the great success of the first teaser drop in July this year, ABOUT YOU and Kendall Jenner are launching the main drop for Fall/Winter. The new campaign was shot on a horse farm in L.A. and presents Kendall in a very personal setting: Together with ABOUT YOU she walks down memory lane and reveals her safe place to her fans. “I love horses, it’s a childhood dream of mine and I always dreamed about being in the middle of nowhere on a ranch with a bunch of animals” says Kendall.     While the first drop included Kendall’s favorite everyday pieces, this second drop has been expanded to include more fashionable pieces for special occasions like an empowering suit, or burgundy leather trousers alongside more comfortable basics.      „After the success of our small teaser drop, we are now going a step further and presenting the main drop to our customers. Kendall will reveal over 40 limited pieces of more fashionable silhouettes with a focus on high quality materials and special cuts. Furthermore, the pieces are once again numbered with a unique code that includes Kendall’s birthday,  making the drop more personal”, explains Julian Jansen, Director Content ABOUT YOU.    The shooting location in L.A., very close to Kendall’s childhood neighborhood, so there is a strong personal and emotional connection for the model. „ I am definitely a tomboy and I love everything in this drop because the pieces are really the basics that I wear in my daily life. I feel like this is me on my future ranch just like going out in my pair of comfy sweats to feed the horses at night before I go in for dinner with the classy elegant suit,” says the model. The result is a very personal campaign that captures all these strong feelings. It was photographed by the internationally renowned Zoey Grossman. Creative direction by Donald Schneider Studio.      The exclusive styles will be available from 4 December 2021 in all 26 European online ABOUT YOU shops in sizes 34 to 44. The price range goes from 24.90€ to 199€. From today on, fans who sign up on www.aboutyou.com will get early-shopping access to all pieces 24 hours before the official launch.  On 4 December 2021 at 6pm, the fashion online shop ABOUT YOU finally presents its main and thus the second drop with Kendall Jenner, the renowned fashion icon. The Fall/Winter drop consists of more than 40 limited and elaborate pieces made of high-quality materials with a strong fashion focus. All pieces are once again inspired from Kendall’s own style. A particular  detail of the campaign is that Kendall invites us to a very personal place: a horse ranch. "Kendall for ABOUT YOU" is exclusively available from 6 pm (CET) in all 26 ABOUT YOU shops across Europe. Fans who sign up on www.aboutyou.com will get early-shopping access to the drop 24 hours before the official launch.     After the great success of the first teaser drop in July this year, ABOUT YOU and Kendall Jenner are launching the main drop for Fall/Winter. The new campaign was shot on a horse farm in L.A. and presents Kendall in a very personal setting: Together with ABOUT YOU she walks down memory lane and reveals her safe place to her fans. “I love horses, it’s a childhood dream of mine and I always dreamed about being in the middle of nowhere on a ranch with a bunch of animals” says Kendall.     While the first drop included Kendall’s favorite everyday pieces, this second drop has been expanded to include more fashionable pieces for special occasions like an empowering suit, or burgundy leather trousers alongside more comfortable basics.      „After the success of our small teaser drop, we are now going a step further and presenting the main drop to our customers. Kendall will reveal over 40 limited pieces of more fashionable silhouettes with a focus on high quality materials and special cuts. Furthermore, the pieces are once again numbered with a unique code that includes Kendall’s birthday,  making the drop more personal”, explains Julian Jansen, Director Content ABOUT YOU.    The shooting location in L.A., very close to Kendall’s childhood neighborhood, so there is a strong personal and emotional connection for the model. „ I am definitely a tomboy and I love everything in this drop because the pieces are really the basics that I wear in my daily life. I feel like this is me on my future ranch just like going out in my pair of comfy sweats to feed the horses at night before I go in for dinner with the classy elegant suit,” says the model. The result is a very personal campaign that captures all these strong feelings. It was photographed by the internationally renowned Zoey Grossman. Creative direction by Donald Schneider Studio.      The exclusive styles will be available from 4 December 2021 in all 26 European online ABOUT YOU shops in sizes 34 to 44. The price range goes from 24.90€ to 199€. From today on, fans who sign up on www.aboutyou.com will get early-shopping access to all pieces 24 hours before the official launch. 

In conversation with Dylan Westerweel
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In conversation with Dylan Westerweel

Fashion DYLAN WESTERWEEL     What made you want to embrace this career path and what were the main challenges at the start of your journey?   From a young age, I’ve always searched for ways to express my points of view. I went through several disciplines and finally landed on fashion. Fashion sets me free from having to express myself through my own body while giving me the freedom to share my vision. This also comes with the challenge of being misunderstood in the way you wish to share your story. I’ve had to learn that my vision will not always translate to someone else’s understanding and situation.   As a designer, what is your mission to achieve for your artistic vision?   My brand focuses on telling queer stories. I believe there are too many stories that are wasted away in some library, never to be told. We always focus on the same 10 stories, but what about the queer kid that grew up in the ’60s, who never rose to fame? Is their life of less value? What did it mean to stand in their shoes? I always want to find these stories and let them soar through my research. I’m extremely research-based and want to build worlds and the galaxy’s around my next characters.   How do you describe the vision of your designs or brand?   I want to let go of the idea of masculinity in my upcoming work. I’ve always focussed on the idea of redefining masculinity, but what if I fully let go? This brings up so many questions about the function of gender expression. So for now, my vision is a question mark, and I love it.   What are the criteria for choosing fabrics? Why do you use certain fabrics?   For trilling, I only use deadstock materials, for the final pieces I only use natural fibers. This is an easy way for me to keep an eye on my footprint.   How would you describe the labor process of your clothes?   All items are extremely labor-intensive. I’m at a point where everything is made in-house and with extreme detail. Some items take weeks to finish due to different phases of dies, paints, and embroidery techniques.   What is your collection about?   Claude is a love letter to queer beauty, researching the idea of the performance of being a queer person. What are the necessities to remain hidden or express oneself to the fullest? Living as a queer person can mean moving through stages, reinventing oneself, undressing, and re-dressing. It can be fragile and powerful, beautiful and hard to look at. What would one wear while dressing for the next performance on the stage of life?   How do you describe the vision of your designs or brand?   My vision is that queer people are the future. As queer people, we have been propelled into a society that at this point is not made for us. That has made us adaptable and has ensured some of us grow up really fast. We’ve had to think outside of the “box” because that’s the way we’re born. I wish to develop a space and voice for this point of view in my brand.   What do you think about circularity, and do you incorporate it in your productions, if so what is your take on that?   Circularity is of the utmost importance to ensure that our planet will keep existing. It sounds rather strange coming from someone who designs pieces, but we have enough stuff. We don’t need more things. I’m currently working on repurposing and reviving materials in sculptures and new textile research. There is so much stuff, it’s shocking.   Are there any other designers you look up to that maybe share your same creative perspective?   Arturo Obegero from Paris makes wonderfully queer items out of deadstock materials. It’s sexy and sophisticated. A dream!   What is freedom for you?   Being able to be unapologetically myself. That fluctuates every day and embracing that and being able to embrace that feels like the ultimate f*ck you to society. DYLAN WESTERWEEL     What made you want to embrace this career path and what were the main challenges at the start of your journey?   From a young age, I’ve always searched for ways to express my points of view. I went through several disciplines and finally landed on fashion. Fashion sets me free from having to express myself through my own body while giving me the freedom to share my vision. This also comes with the challenge of being misunderstood in the way you wish to share your story. I’ve had to learn that my vision will not always translate to someone else’s understanding and situation.   As a designer, what is your mission to achieve for your artistic vision?   My brand focuses on telling queer stories. I believe there are too many stories that are wasted away in some library, never to be told. We always focus on the same 10 stories, but what about the queer kid that grew up in the ’60s, who never rose to fame? Is their life of less value? What did it mean to stand in their shoes? I always want to find these stories and let them soar through my research. I’m extremely research-based and want to build worlds and the galaxy’s around my next characters.   How do you describe the vision of your designs or brand?   I want to let go of the idea of masculinity in my upcoming work. I’ve always focussed on the idea of redefining masculinity, but what if I fully let go? This brings up so many questions about the function of gender expression. So for now, my vision is a question mark, and I love it.   What are the criteria for choosing fabrics? Why do you use certain fabrics?   For trilling, I only use deadstock materials, for the final pieces I only use natural fibers. This is an easy way for me to keep an eye on my footprint.   How would you describe the labor process of your clothes?   All items are extremely labor-intensive. I’m at a point where everything is made in-house and with extreme detail. Some items take weeks to finish due to different phases of dies, paints, and embroidery techniques.   What is your collection about?   Claude is a love letter to queer beauty, researching the idea of the performance of being a queer person. What are the necessities to remain hidden or express oneself to the fullest? Living as a queer person can mean moving through stages, reinventing oneself, undressing, and re-dressing. It can be fragile and powerful, beautiful and hard to look at. What would one wear while dressing for the next performance on the stage of life?   How do you describe the vision of your designs or brand?   My vision is that queer people are the future. As queer people, we have been propelled into a society that at this point is not made for us. That has made us adaptable and has ensured some of us grow up really fast. We’ve had to think outside of the “box” because that’s the way we’re born. I wish to develop a space and voice for this point of view in my brand.   What do you think about circularity, and do you incorporate it in your productions, if so what is your take on that?   Circularity is of the utmost importance to ensure that our planet will keep existing. It sounds rather strange coming from someone who designs pieces, but we have enough stuff. We don’t need more things. I’m currently working on repurposing and reviving materials in sculptures and new textile research. There is so much stuff, it’s shocking.   Are there any other designers you look up to that maybe share your same creative perspective?   Arturo Obegero from Paris makes wonderfully queer items out of deadstock materials. It’s sexy and sophisticated. A dream!   What is freedom for you?   Being able to be unapologetically myself. That fluctuates every day and embracing that and being able to embrace that feels like the ultimate f*ck you to society.

JD Sports opens second Flagship Store in Amsterdam
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JD Sports opens second Flagship Store in Amsterdam

Accessories JD Sports, "King of the Streets", will open the doors of its new Flagship Store on the Kalverstraat 99 in Amsterdam on Friday 26 November 2021. The store offers a dedicated two-floor shopping experience covering 736 m2 on the most popular shopping streets in the Netherlands. JD keeps evolving its shopping experience and this new Flagships reflects that. In addition to the wide selection of top brands & iconic products the store also offers exclusive ‘Only at JD’ drops, created in collaboration with some of the most desirable brands in sports & street wear today. with premium partners.      JD has never been a brand that plays it safe and has been present in youth & street culture since it opened its first store in the UK 40 years ago. Today it actively works with the world’s most desirable brands & creators, relevant to an audience that identify with and are part of an authentic culture rooted around sport, fashion, music and creativity. JD offers the freshest kicks, the coolest apparel and the new brands you need to know.      Walk into store and discover the curated collection of exclusive sneakers from brands including Nike, Jordan, Adidas, New Balance, Puma, Converse, Vans and others – that confirms JD’s reputation as the "Undisputed King of Trainers".      The JD Flagship Store, Kalverstraat 99, Amsterdam  Expect the freshest product from iconic brands such as Nike, Adidas, The North Face, Under Armour, Levi's, Puma, New Balance, and Jordan and be ready to discover what else is new & emerging in store. JD Sports, "King of the Streets", will open the doors of its new Flagship Store on the Kalverstraat 99 in Amsterdam on Friday 26 November 2021. The store offers a dedicated two-floor shopping experience covering 736 m2 on the most popular shopping streets in the Netherlands. JD keeps evolving its shopping experience and this new Flagships reflects that. In addition to the wide selection of top brands & iconic products the store also offers exclusive ‘Only at JD’ drops, created in collaboration with some of the most desirable brands in sports & street wear today. with premium partners.      JD has never been a brand that plays it safe and has been present in youth & street culture since it opened its first store in the UK 40 years ago. Today it actively works with the world’s most desirable brands & creators, relevant to an audience that identify with and are part of an authentic culture rooted around sport, fashion, music and creativity. JD offers the freshest kicks, the coolest apparel and the new brands you need to know.      Walk into store and discover the curated collection of exclusive sneakers from brands including Nike, Jordan, Adidas, New Balance, Puma, Converse, Vans and others – that confirms JD’s reputation as the "Undisputed King of Trainers".      The JD Flagship Store, Kalverstraat 99, Amsterdam  Expect the freshest product from iconic brands such as Nike, Adidas, The North Face, Under Armour, Levi's, Puma, New Balance, and Jordan and be ready to discover what else is new & emerging in store.

Exclusive digital editorial by Kay Nambiar
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Exclusive digital editorial by Kay Nambiar

Fashion Brand new digital exclusive editorial captured on the streets of Paris by Kay Nambiar.     Photographer KAY NAMBIAR Styling:  CLOTILDE FRANCESCHI Make up artist: ANITA JOLLES Hair stylist:  NATSUMI EBIKO Talent:  BIN AT LIS RUTTEN AGENCY AND JULIA AT METROPOLITAN MODELS GROUP   Brand new digital exclusive editorial captured on the streets of Paris by Kay Nambiar.     Photographer KAY NAMBIAR Styling:  CLOTILDE FRANCESCHI Make up artist: ANITA JOLLES Hair stylist:  NATSUMI EBIKO Talent:  BIN AT LIS RUTTEN AGENCY AND JULIA AT METROPOLITAN MODELS GROUP  

THE MARC O’POLO CHRISTMAS CAMPAIGN 2021 LIGHTENS TRAVELING.
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THE MARC O’POLO CHRISTMAS CAMPAIGN 2021 LIGHTENS TRAVELING.

Fashion The annual Marc O’Polo Christmas initiative is traditionally dedicated to a good cause. Christmas 2021 continues this tradition, building on all of the sustainability e orts made during the year while focusing on sustainable travel.   How we travel, and how often, has changed signi cantly and is being reshaped by two major themes: sustainability and health. The pandemic has turned the everyday into the extraordinary. Travelling is no longer a given, whether for vacations, bank holi- days or special occasions; whether to see friends and family, visit dream destinations or attend business meetings. We are rethinking travel’s meaning and increasingly asking ourselves what impact our ights, boat trips, and car and train journeys are having on our environment. We want to celebrate travel again: more sustainably and consciously. And CO2-neutral. Hence the title of this year’s Christmas capsule collection: “COMING HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS – Travel lightly: With every purchase, we are sponsoring a climate project saving 50kg of CO2.”   The finely curated Sustainable Travel Essentials collection offers everything one needs to lighten the journey during the festive season: Marc O’Polo products with sustainable standards as well as selected products created in cooperation with Native Union and Sprekenhus. For every item sold from the Christmas capsule collection, Marc O’Polo will work with ClimatePartner to support a climate project that o sets 50kg of CO2. This roughly equates to a train journey of 640km, or a car journey of around 150km, and symbolises the upcoming Christmas journey to visit friends and family.   Scandinavian and stylish. Casual and contemporary. The Sustainable Travel Essentialscollection combines all styles for the modern head-to-toe look. From outerwear to trousers to cardigans and various top styles. From bag to shoes, hat to scarf to gloves: All Marc O’Polo from the collection products bear the sustainable product label, as do all technical must-haves from Marc O’Polo and Native Union to match the collection, as well as all grooming travel companions from Marc O’Polo and Sprekenhus.   Marc O’Polo has been a partner of ClimatePartner since 2020. Together, the two have already implemented several climate protection projects. As part of its “01 Journey - 10 Pathways” sustainability strategy, Marc O’Polo has set itself the goal of becoming a climate-neutral brand by 2025.     The Sustainable Travel Essentials collection will be available in the Marc O’Polo online store and selected stores from mid-November.     The annual Marc O’Polo Christmas initiative is traditionally dedicated to a good cause. Christmas 2021 continues this tradition, building on all of the sustainability e orts made during the year while focusing on sustainable travel.   How we travel, and how often, has changed signi cantly and is being reshaped by two major themes: sustainability and health. The pandemic has turned the everyday into the extraordinary. Travelling is no longer a given, whether for vacations, bank holi- days or special occasions; whether to see friends and family, visit dream destinations or attend business meetings. We are rethinking travel’s meaning and increasingly asking ourselves what impact our ights, boat trips, and car and train journeys are having on our environment. We want to celebrate travel again: more sustainably and consciously. And CO2-neutral. Hence the title of this year’s Christmas capsule collection: “COMING HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS – Travel lightly: With every purchase, we are sponsoring a climate project saving 50kg of CO2.”   The finely curated Sustainable Travel Essentials collection offers everything one needs to lighten the journey during the festive season: Marc O’Polo products with sustainable standards as well as selected products created in cooperation with Native Union and Sprekenhus. For every item sold from the Christmas capsule collection, Marc O’Polo will work with ClimatePartner to support a climate project that o sets 50kg of CO2. This roughly equates to a train journey of 640km, or a car journey of around 150km, and symbolises the upcoming Christmas journey to visit friends and family.   Scandinavian and stylish. Casual and contemporary. The Sustainable Travel Essentialscollection combines all styles for the modern head-to-toe look. From outerwear to trousers to cardigans and various top styles. From bag to shoes, hat to scarf to gloves: All Marc O’Polo from the collection products bear the sustainable product label, as do all technical must-haves from Marc O’Polo and Native Union to match the collection, as well as all grooming travel companions from Marc O’Polo and Sprekenhus.   Marc O’Polo has been a partner of ClimatePartner since 2020. Together, the two have already implemented several climate protection projects. As part of its “01 Journey - 10 Pathways” sustainability strategy, Marc O’Polo has set itself the goal of becoming a climate-neutral brand by 2025.     The Sustainable Travel Essentials collection will be available in the Marc O’Polo online store and selected stores from mid-November.    

Watch the lyric video for Nina Kraviz's new single  "This Time"
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Watch the lyric video for Nina Kraviz's new single "This Time"

Music “This Time” is the second single of Nina Kraviz’s upcoming album. For “This Time” the renowned producer, singer and DJ takes inspiration from Cindy Lauper, Laura Branigan and early Madonna records yet the song has kept that signature Nina Kraviz feel.   “I put my main focus on the arrangement and on the vocals to create a warm yet sultry atmosphere that my favourite pop music is known for.” - Nina Kraviz   Whilst “This Time” and “Skyscrapers” see Nina further explore her abilities as a singer, song writer and producer in a pop-leaning music field, they are also a natural evolution and continuation of Nina’s debut album.   The lyric video for "This Time" was shot by Yonathan Baraki in Miami during Nina's most recent US tour using a super 8 film camera.    Watch the video here. “This Time” is the second single of Nina Kraviz’s upcoming album. For “This Time” the renowned producer, singer and DJ takes inspiration from Cindy Lauper, Laura Branigan and early Madonna records yet the song has kept that signature Nina Kraviz feel.   “I put my main focus on the arrangement and on the vocals to create a warm yet sultry atmosphere that my favourite pop music is known for.” - Nina Kraviz   Whilst “This Time” and “Skyscrapers” see Nina further explore her abilities as a singer, song writer and producer in a pop-leaning music field, they are also a natural evolution and continuation of Nina’s debut album.   The lyric video for "This Time" was shot by Yonathan Baraki in Miami during Nina's most recent US tour using a super 8 film camera.    Watch the video here.

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