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THE INCREDIBLE BURBERRY AUTUMN & WINTER 2021 WOMENSWEAR PRESENTATION
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THE INCREDIBLE BURBERRY AUTUMN & WINTER 2021 WOMENSWEAR PRESENTATION

Fashion ‘Throughout my life, my mother has been this incredible force of nature. As a single parent, she raised me and my eight sisters with unfaltering purpose and pride. So, naturally, I have always been drawn to strong women and, in turn, they have also given me the confidence to express my own femininity. They are not afraid to challenge expectations and I have always been in such awe of their determination. They are warriors. I wanted this collection to feel truly emblematic of the power of feminine energy: a modern armour that captures its characteristic fierce aura. There’s an underlying attitude to the collection that’s very British; of being unique, eccentric and totally authentic in how you express yourself. This presentation is a love letter to women and a celebration of their incomparable strength.’ - Riccardo Tisci, Burberry Chief Creative Officer     A symbolic sun rises, bringing a new dawn of opportunity. Mother Nature is iconised, and her strength celebrated as the provider of this new beginning. Riccardo Tisci’s Autumn/Winter 2021 womenswear presentation for Burberry sets out a bold interpretation of modern femininity; shedding archetypes and readdressing preconceptions. At its core, the collection carries a sense of unflinching pride and conviction. With a sense of fluidity, looks reinvent tradition, twist classicism and encourage freedom of expression. Set within the home of the brand, at Burberry’s flagship Regent Street store in London, an awe-inspiring incarnation of visionary British artist Shygirl introduces the presentation with an original spoken-word piece. The collection itself reflects Burberry’s distinctive character and attitude, reinvigorating hallmarks with a fresh perspective for the modern woman of today. This energy is encapsulated in a dynamic electronic soundtrack, rallying the models as they move confidently through the space.     Continuing to be inspired by the themes laid out at the Burberry Autumn/Winter 2021 menswear presentation, the collection pays homage to the indomitable force of Mother Nature and the widespread British craft and outdoor movements of the early 20th Century. With fluttering capes and references to flags, the collection nods to these groups who daringly ventured into nature, breaking with convention in their journey towards building a better future. This sense of optimism is palpable throughout the collection with showers of unexpected brightness – the rainbow shining through the rain.     Burberry has always empowered people to push boundaries and continues to challenge tradition today. For Autumn/Winter 2021, the fashion house embarks on the next stage of its exploration of modern femininity and masculinity with Riccardo Tisci re-writing the narrative, underscoring his collections with a sense of boldness and opportunity. ‘Throughout my life, my mother has been this incredible force of nature. As a single parent, she raised me and my eight sisters with unfaltering purpose and pride. So, naturally, I have always been drawn to strong women and, in turn, they have also given me the confidence to express my own femininity. They are not afraid to challenge expectations and I have always been in such awe of their determination. They are warriors. I wanted this collection to feel truly emblematic of the power of feminine energy: a modern armour that captures its characteristic fierce aura. There’s an underlying attitude to the collection that’s very British; of being unique, eccentric and totally authentic in how you express yourself. This presentation is a love letter to women and a celebration of their incomparable strength.’ - Riccardo Tisci, Burberry Chief Creative Officer     A symbolic sun rises, bringing a new dawn of opportunity. Mother Nature is iconised, and her strength celebrated as the provider of this new beginning. Riccardo Tisci’s Autumn/Winter 2021 womenswear presentation for Burberry sets out a bold interpretation of modern femininity; shedding archetypes and readdressing preconceptions. At its core, the collection carries a sense of unflinching pride and conviction. With a sense of fluidity, looks reinvent tradition, twist classicism and encourage freedom of expression. Set within the home of the brand, at Burberry’s flagship Regent Street store in London, an awe-inspiring incarnation of visionary British artist Shygirl introduces the presentation with an original spoken-word piece. The collection itself reflects Burberry’s distinctive character and attitude, reinvigorating hallmarks with a fresh perspective for the modern woman of today. This energy is encapsulated in a dynamic electronic soundtrack, rallying the models as they move confidently through the space.     Continuing to be inspired by the themes laid out at the Burberry Autumn/Winter 2021 menswear presentation, the collection pays homage to the indomitable force of Mother Nature and the widespread British craft and outdoor movements of the early 20th Century. With fluttering capes and references to flags, the collection nods to these groups who daringly ventured into nature, breaking with convention in their journey towards building a better future. This sense of optimism is palpable throughout the collection with showers of unexpected brightness – the rainbow shining through the rain.     Burberry has always empowered people to push boundaries and continues to challenge tradition today. For Autumn/Winter 2021, the fashion house embarks on the next stage of its exploration of modern femininity and masculinity with Riccardo Tisci re-writing the narrative, underscoring his collections with a sense of boldness and opportunity.

In conversation with ROSÉ, the new global ambassador of Tiffany & Co.
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In conversation with ROSÉ, the new global ambassador of Tiffany & Co.

Jewelry Tiffany & Co. announces member of girl group BLACKPINK and solo artist, ROSÉ, as its new global ambassador. ROSÉ, who has become one of the most idolized young women in music and fashion, will debut her new role in the 2021 Tiffany City HardWear digital campaign.     “I’ve always loved wearing Tiffany jewelry. To be part of an iconic brand that has been part of my life for a long time makes it that much more special to me,” says ROSÉ. “I am very honored and excited to be a part of the HardWear campaign and I can’t wait for everyone to see it.”     Based on a 1971 bracelet from The Tiffany Archive and having debuted in 2017, Tiffany City HardWear is inspired by the edge and energy of New York City. The campaign highlights the collection’s gauge links and industrial shapes—bold designs that play with tension, proportion and balance.     Emanating strength and confidence, ROSÉ wears the collection’s graphic 18k yellow and rose gold links accented with pavé diamonds. Tiffany chose ROSÉ to star in the new campaign for her bold personality and modern style influence—as someone who embodies the attitude and identity of the collection.     The campaign makes its global debut across Tiffany’s channels on Friday, April 23.     We had a delight speaking with her about the campaign.     What was it like shooting the latest Tiffany HardWear campaign? How does it feel being the face of such an iconic brand?     I’ve worn Tiffany jewelry since I was in high school. To be a part of such an iconic brand that has been a part of my life for a long time makes it that much more special to me. I am very honored and excited to be a part of the HardWear campaign that I absolutely adore, and I can’t wait for everyone to see it.     What do you like most about the HardWear collection and, how would you wear or style the pieces?   I love the HardWear collection because it is very stylish. I was super excited when I first heard that I would be campaigning for that collection. I love how bold and chic you can look. I’m very interested in layering my necklaces these days; nothing does it better than the HardWear collection.     Are you more of a rose, yellow or white gold person? . I would usually go for rose gold, but ever since I started wearing the HardWear collection I’ve been into yellow gold. Originally, I used to think that yellow gold seemed a bit too fancy, but I’m definitely enjoying how fancy and fashionable the HardWear collection in yellow gold looks on me these days.     Jewelry is always said to be a very personal thing. What was your very first memory of Tiffany & Co. or its jewelry?   Tiffany jewelry has been a part of my life since way back in high school. We used to gather money to gift each other cute little Tiffany necklaces and there was always that special excitement of receiving that classic, Tiffany Blue® shopping bag. I love how everyone at any age can always enjoy a bit of Tiffany jewelry in their lives.     Tiffany HardWear embodies the attitude and edge of modern cities. What is your favorite city and why?   My favorite city has got to be New York City. When I visited New York for the first time, I was absolutely star stuck and blown away at all the tall buildings and busy streets. I hadn’t noticed that all of my favorite movies were based in New York until I was right there. It was the city that I had fallen in love with in the movies. And I love how the HardWear collection is inspired by the attitude of modern cities. As a city-lover myself, I couldn’t explain a better reason as to why I instantly fell in love with the hardware collection and its mesmerizing shapes.     What has inspired you creatively recently? What do you think of the Tiffany HardWear collection’s industrial yet elegant shapes?   I think small things in my everyday life inspires me the most. It doesn’t have to be anything grand but something that’s effortlessly embedded in our lifestyles. Which is why I feel much more drawn to the HardWear collection’s industrial shapes. I love how intricate and edgy the design is.     Tiffany HardWear is all about being bold. When is the last time you felt that you did something bold? Where did that fearlessness come from?   I think everyone is tested with new obstacles every single day. I feel bold when I stand up for my own opinions. Whether it be a small decision or a big one that follows large responsibility. I think knowing how to stick up for yourself on a daily basis is definitely a definition for boldness.     How do you feel when you put on a beautiful piece of jewelry?   Like any others feel when they put on jewelry! All sorts of butterflies. Jewelry is always a lot of fun. When we put together an outfit for the day, whether that be for an everyday look or a whole extra look for a day at work, jewelry is always the cherry on top. You’ll never know how the outfit looks like until you add the jewelry.     Who would you most want to have breakfast at Tiffany’s with? What would you order?   If they allow pets, then I would definitely go with my puppy, Hank. I would probably just order a good old English breakfast meal and freshly squeezed orange juice.     When did you receive your first piece of Tiffany jewelry?   In my memory, I think it was some white gold earrings in the classic Tiffany charm shape that my mum got me when I pierced my ears for the first time in 7th grade.       Who or what has made you feel empowered recently?   Standing up for my own opinions and trusting in them. Even if it’s for the smallest things.     Who are some of the women that you admire in your life?   My mum. I still remember my mum when she used to work full time back in New Zealand. How she would dress up in the most chic, boss-black fitted blazer and pencil skirt. Her dark red lipstick and perfectly styled hair. She always looked like a boss and she was always my idol. I always wanted to look like her when I grew up. I admire her in so many ways. How responsible, respectful and kind she is to the people around her. And mostly, I admire her for her unconditional love towards me and my sister. She is one selfless yet strong and independent human being. Tiffany & Co. announces member of girl group BLACKPINK and solo artist, ROSÉ, as its new global ambassador. ROSÉ, who has become one of the most idolized young women in music and fashion, will debut her new role in the 2021 Tiffany City HardWear digital campaign.     “I’ve always loved wearing Tiffany jewelry. To be part of an iconic brand that has been part of my life for a long time makes it that much more special to me,” says ROSÉ. “I am very honored and excited to be a part of the HardWear campaign and I can’t wait for everyone to see it.”     Based on a 1971 bracelet from The Tiffany Archive and having debuted in 2017, Tiffany City HardWear is inspired by the edge and energy of New York City. The campaign highlights the collection’s gauge links and industrial shapes—bold designs that play with tension, proportion and balance.     Emanating strength and confidence, ROSÉ wears the collection’s graphic 18k yellow and rose gold links accented with pavé diamonds. Tiffany chose ROSÉ to star in the new campaign for her bold personality and modern style influence—as someone who embodies the attitude and identity of the collection.     The campaign makes its global debut across Tiffany’s channels on Friday, April 23.     We had a delight speaking with her about the campaign.     What was it like shooting the latest Tiffany HardWear campaign? How does it feel being the face of such an iconic brand?     I’ve worn Tiffany jewelry since I was in high school. To be a part of such an iconic brand that has been a part of my life for a long time makes it that much more special to me. I am very honored and excited to be a part of the HardWear campaign that I absolutely adore, and I can’t wait for everyone to see it.     What do you like most about the HardWear collection and, how would you wear or style the pieces?   I love the HardWear collection because it is very stylish. I was super excited when I first heard that I would be campaigning for that collection. I love how bold and chic you can look. I’m very interested in layering my necklaces these days; nothing does it better than the HardWear collection.     Are you more of a rose, yellow or white gold person? . I would usually go for rose gold, but ever since I started wearing the HardWear collection I’ve been into yellow gold. Originally, I used to think that yellow gold seemed a bit too fancy, but I’m definitely enjoying how fancy and fashionable the HardWear collection in yellow gold looks on me these days.     Jewelry is always said to be a very personal thing. What was your very first memory of Tiffany & Co. or its jewelry?   Tiffany jewelry has been a part of my life since way back in high school. We used to gather money to gift each other cute little Tiffany necklaces and there was always that special excitement of receiving that classic, Tiffany Blue® shopping bag. I love how everyone at any age can always enjoy a bit of Tiffany jewelry in their lives.     Tiffany HardWear embodies the attitude and edge of modern cities. What is your favorite city and why?   My favorite city has got to be New York City. When I visited New York for the first time, I was absolutely star stuck and blown away at all the tall buildings and busy streets. I hadn’t noticed that all of my favorite movies were based in New York until I was right there. It was the city that I had fallen in love with in the movies. And I love how the HardWear collection is inspired by the attitude of modern cities. As a city-lover myself, I couldn’t explain a better reason as to why I instantly fell in love with the hardware collection and its mesmerizing shapes.     What has inspired you creatively recently? What do you think of the Tiffany HardWear collection’s industrial yet elegant shapes?   I think small things in my everyday life inspires me the most. It doesn’t have to be anything grand but something that’s effortlessly embedded in our lifestyles. Which is why I feel much more drawn to the HardWear collection’s industrial shapes. I love how intricate and edgy the design is.     Tiffany HardWear is all about being bold. When is the last time you felt that you did something bold? Where did that fearlessness come from?   I think everyone is tested with new obstacles every single day. I feel bold when I stand up for my own opinions. Whether it be a small decision or a big one that follows large responsibility. I think knowing how to stick up for yourself on a daily basis is definitely a definition for boldness.     How do you feel when you put on a beautiful piece of jewelry?   Like any others feel when they put on jewelry! All sorts of butterflies. Jewelry is always a lot of fun. When we put together an outfit for the day, whether that be for an everyday look or a whole extra look for a day at work, jewelry is always the cherry on top. You’ll never know how the outfit looks like until you add the jewelry.     Who would you most want to have breakfast at Tiffany’s with? What would you order?   If they allow pets, then I would definitely go with my puppy, Hank. I would probably just order a good old English breakfast meal and freshly squeezed orange juice.     When did you receive your first piece of Tiffany jewelry?   In my memory, I think it was some white gold earrings in the classic Tiffany charm shape that my mum got me when I pierced my ears for the first time in 7th grade.       Who or what has made you feel empowered recently?   Standing up for my own opinions and trusting in them. Even if it’s for the smallest things.     Who are some of the women that you admire in your life?   My mum. I still remember my mum when she used to work full time back in New Zealand. How she would dress up in the most chic, boss-black fitted blazer and pencil skirt. Her dark red lipstick and perfectly styled hair. She always looked like a boss and she was always my idol. I always wanted to look like her when I grew up. I admire her in so many ways. How responsible, respectful and kind she is to the people around her. And mostly, I admire her for her unconditional love towards me and my sister. She is one selfless yet strong and independent human being.

Our new digital cover editorial  in collaboration with DIESEL
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Our new digital cover editorial in collaboration with DIESEL

Fashion We are excited to be releasing our digital cover collaboration with DIESEL by Glenn Martens, captured by Koers von Cremer.       Team:  Photography - Koers von Cremer @koersvoncremer Fashion and videography - Gino Gurrieri @ginogurrieri Hair and makeup - Wout Philippo for Mádara Cosmetics and Redken @woutphilippobeauty Casting - Timotej Letonja @timiletonja Fashion assistance - Magdalena Roe @magdalenaroe Videography assistance - Jelle van Brakel Models - Alpha and Heritier at The Movement Models @themovementmodels all fashion - DIESEL @diesel#DieselxDiesel #NumeroNetherlands #digitalcover   discover the new collection here:https://nl.diesel.com/en/unisex/dieselxdiesel/ We are excited to be releasing our digital cover collaboration with DIESEL by Glenn Martens, captured by Koers von Cremer.       Team:  Photography - Koers von Cremer @koersvoncremer Fashion and videography - Gino Gurrieri @ginogurrieri Hair and makeup - Wout Philippo for Mádara Cosmetics and Redken @woutphilippobeauty Casting - Timotej Letonja @timiletonja Fashion assistance - Magdalena Roe @magdalenaroe Videography assistance - Jelle van Brakel Models - Alpha and Heritier at The Movement Models @themovementmodels all fashion - DIESEL @diesel#DieselxDiesel #NumeroNetherlands #digitalcover   discover the new collection here:https://nl.diesel.com/en/unisex/dieselxdiesel/

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LACOSTE PRESENTS THE NEW CAMPAIGN "CROCODILES PLAY COLLECTIVE"
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LACOSTE PRESENTS THE NEW CAMPAIGN "CROCODILES PLAY COLLECTIVE"

Fashion Moving freely and connecting different cultures are the special powers of the crocodile, the iconic emblem of the Lacoste brand. Since 1933, it has transcended time, styles and genres. It has no borders. In continuous movement, it reinvents itself in collaboration with those who wear it, capable of embracing all nuances, regardless of the era. Its playground has no limits, it is open to all and welcomes every type of character. The result is an infinite palette of encounters which find harmony in their contrasts. It celebrates the beauty of the game of life when our differences come together creatively.     This is the story that Lacoste wants to share. To go further, together. Our differences, once united, make us richer and stronger. The elegance of the collective and life.     THE POLO SHIRT AS COMMON DENOMINATOR     It is time to embrace and celebrate the differences that bring us together. We do this here with a cast of seven passionate, talented creatives. They wear polo shirts with a sense of elegance that is their own. They are captured in their cities, in the surroundings that inspire them daily. Five cities (Paris, New York, Berlin, Los Angeles, London) and seven photographers, to conjure multiple points of view.   A classic monotone or in full color, fitted or oversized, new or vintage, store bought or passed down through generations, the Lacoste polo shirt becomes the common denominator of those who share the values of the crocodile. This emblematic object becomes a platform of expression that allows you to tell your story.       SEVEN AMBASSADORS, SEVEN PHOTOGRAPHERS, ONE STORY     This spring, Lacoste is unveiling a campaign representative of the diversity that has always epitomized the brand. It is not one single ambassador, but seven creative people from all over the world, who are shaping the image of the brand. A$AP Nast, Peggy Gou, Evan Mock, Louise Bourgoin, Sonny Hall, Mélanie Thierry and Salif Gueye. Shot in their home cities, alongside their close circles of friends and family, by a creative team of their own choice, collectively personifying the crocodile in their own way. A way to celebrate the mythical agility of the Lacoste polo shirt, but also to underline the unifying and collective power of Lacoste.     In Los Angeles, rapper and Lacoste fan A$AP Nast invites his friends DJAVAN and Cory before the lens of photographer Melodie McDaniel. Tattooed on his chest or embroidered on his polo shirts, the performer "always carries the spirit of the crocodile.”     Over in Berlin, DJ and entrepreneur Peggy Gou is immortalized by Vitali Gelwich, alongside her “closest friends, the family we choose.”     In New York, skater, actor and model Evan Mock brings together his brother, sister and a skateboarder friend for an intimate shoot with photographer Stef Mitchell. Four people "ambitious and always ready to pursue their dreams.”     Crossing over to the British capital, Elliot James Kennedy immortalizes the young poetSonny Hall and his entourage in a typical London atmosphere. For him, to be collective is to feel "connected.”     Whilst in Paris, the historical home of Lacoste, French actresses Louise Bourgoinand Mélanie Thierry are photographed with their loved ones by Quentin de Briey and Joshua Woods respectively. Salif Gueye, true to himself, dances in the streets of the French capital with three of his comrade dancers, before the lens of Ilyes Griyeb. For him, his collective is his "family.”     Seven faces, five cities, seven photographers ... for one story only: their own. Moving freely and connecting different cultures are the special powers of the crocodile, the iconic emblem of the Lacoste brand. Since 1933, it has transcended time, styles and genres. It has no borders. In continuous movement, it reinvents itself in collaboration with those who wear it, capable of embracing all nuances, regardless of the era. Its playground has no limits, it is open to all and welcomes every type of character. The result is an infinite palette of encounters which find harmony in their contrasts. It celebrates the beauty of the game of life when our differences come together creatively.     This is the story that Lacoste wants to share. To go further, together. Our differences, once united, make us richer and stronger. The elegance of the collective and life.     THE POLO SHIRT AS COMMON DENOMINATOR     It is time to embrace and celebrate the differences that bring us together. We do this here with a cast of seven passionate, talented creatives. They wear polo shirts with a sense of elegance that is their own. They are captured in their cities, in the surroundings that inspire them daily. Five cities (Paris, New York, Berlin, Los Angeles, London) and seven photographers, to conjure multiple points of view.   A classic monotone or in full color, fitted or oversized, new or vintage, store bought or passed down through generations, the Lacoste polo shirt becomes the common denominator of those who share the values of the crocodile. This emblematic object becomes a platform of expression that allows you to tell your story.       SEVEN AMBASSADORS, SEVEN PHOTOGRAPHERS, ONE STORY     This spring, Lacoste is unveiling a campaign representative of the diversity that has always epitomized the brand. It is not one single ambassador, but seven creative people from all over the world, who are shaping the image of the brand. A$AP Nast, Peggy Gou, Evan Mock, Louise Bourgoin, Sonny Hall, Mélanie Thierry and Salif Gueye. Shot in their home cities, alongside their close circles of friends and family, by a creative team of their own choice, collectively personifying the crocodile in their own way. A way to celebrate the mythical agility of the Lacoste polo shirt, but also to underline the unifying and collective power of Lacoste.     In Los Angeles, rapper and Lacoste fan A$AP Nast invites his friends DJAVAN and Cory before the lens of photographer Melodie McDaniel. Tattooed on his chest or embroidered on his polo shirts, the performer "always carries the spirit of the crocodile.”     Over in Berlin, DJ and entrepreneur Peggy Gou is immortalized by Vitali Gelwich, alongside her “closest friends, the family we choose.”     In New York, skater, actor and model Evan Mock brings together his brother, sister and a skateboarder friend for an intimate shoot with photographer Stef Mitchell. Four people "ambitious and always ready to pursue their dreams.”     Crossing over to the British capital, Elliot James Kennedy immortalizes the young poetSonny Hall and his entourage in a typical London atmosphere. For him, to be collective is to feel "connected.”     Whilst in Paris, the historical home of Lacoste, French actresses Louise Bourgoinand Mélanie Thierry are photographed with their loved ones by Quentin de Briey and Joshua Woods respectively. Salif Gueye, true to himself, dances in the streets of the French capital with three of his comrade dancers, before the lens of Ilyes Griyeb. For him, his collective is his "family.”     Seven faces, five cities, seven photographers ... for one story only: their own.

Louis Vuitton presents the Pre-Fall 2021 collection by Nicolas Ghesquière
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Louis Vuitton presents the Pre-Fall 2021 collection by Nicolas Ghesquière

Fashion Filling up on Vuittamins is the upbeat, optimistic proposition of the new Pre-Fall 2021 collection. A heightened practical sophis-tication. Through three main stylistic pillars, Nicolas Ghesquière, Artistic Director of Women’s Collections, draws upon his major design angles since arriving at the House, visions which symbol- ise the nature of the LOUIS VUITTON woman.     From tech romanticism to energetic sportswear and rediscovered essentials.     Tech Romanticism: An opulence in which the softness of mate- rials and the delicacy of embroideries mix with an urban attitude, recalling personal memories. Energetic Sportswear: Where colours clash and reinvent chromatic duos. Blue/Bordeaux, Red / Violet, Lemon / Lime... Rediscovering Essentials: An update of House Icons, reconquering great classics.     Stacy Martin is the ambassador of the Pre-Fall 2021 collection. Photographed by Nicolas Ghesquière, she is the heroine in a newtake on the Nouvelle Vague.     “Stacy has innate elegance and an inspiring personality. I have a lot of respect for her career path, her bold choices and the roles she takes on. I very much enjoyed photographing Stacy. So cool and laid-back, I love the way she wears my collections.” Nicolas Ghesquière Filling up on Vuittamins is the upbeat, optimistic proposition of the new Pre-Fall 2021 collection. A heightened practical sophis-tication. Through three main stylistic pillars, Nicolas Ghesquière, Artistic Director of Women’s Collections, draws upon his major design angles since arriving at the House, visions which symbol- ise the nature of the LOUIS VUITTON woman.     From tech romanticism to energetic sportswear and rediscovered essentials.     Tech Romanticism: An opulence in which the softness of mate- rials and the delicacy of embroideries mix with an urban attitude, recalling personal memories. Energetic Sportswear: Where colours clash and reinvent chromatic duos. Blue/Bordeaux, Red / Violet, Lemon / Lime... Rediscovering Essentials: An update of House Icons, reconquering great classics.     Stacy Martin is the ambassador of the Pre-Fall 2021 collection. Photographed by Nicolas Ghesquière, she is the heroine in a newtake on the Nouvelle Vague.     “Stacy has innate elegance and an inspiring personality. I have a lot of respect for her career path, her bold choices and the roles she takes on. I very much enjoyed photographing Stacy. So cool and laid-back, I love the way she wears my collections.” Nicolas Ghesquière

Exclusive digital editorial by Torian Lewin
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Exclusive digital editorial by Torian Lewin

Men New digital editorial, captured by Torian Lewin.   TEAM CREDITS: Photographer / Stylist - Torian Lewin - @torianlewin Grooming - Marco Castro - @marcoamzonico Styling assistant - Milagros Pichardo - @gorgeousmila editor: Timi Letonja Models: Malik Lindo @ Wilhelmina & Saul Rodriguez @ Next Models New digital editorial, captured by Torian Lewin.   TEAM CREDITS: Photographer / Stylist - Torian Lewin - @torianlewin Grooming - Marco Castro - @marcoamzonico Styling assistant - Milagros Pichardo - @gorgeousmila editor: Timi Letonja Models: Malik Lindo @ Wilhelmina & Saul Rodriguez @ Next Models

BALENCIAGA WINTER 21 COLLECTION
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BALENCIAGA WINTER 21 COLLECTION

Fashion Winter 21 is a Pre-Collection, introduced in 58 looks. A look book, photographed by Patrick Welde against blank backgrounds, imagines each model, posing in front of an iconic tourist attraction that is added in post-production. In these images, the collection goes around the world, anticipating a return to the possibility of global travel.     Launching in tandem with the Winter 21 look book is a “Feel Good Video” made in collaboration with Kamilya Kuspanova and Anton Bialas, artists that often layer found and original footage, and with Heejoon Kwak, a designer interested in the physical and mental effects of sound. The video features no products or advertising, created solely to evoke a positive emotion. Using visuals and sounds that have been scientifically proven to instill joy in most people, the montage pieces together clips and effects in a way that aims to cleanse the everyday digital palette and make almost anyone feel good.     A complete wardrobe, Winter 21 rethinks traditions of casual and formalwear, inverting intentions to create new categories. 90.6% of plain and printed fabrics are certified sustainable. The largely unisex offering relies on relaxed fits and easy-to-wear pieces.     Tailoring is intentionally creased and large fitting, made in satin, viscose gabardine, linen, crushed nylon, and cotton. A stencil stamp that readsBalenciaga Apparel Rentals accentuates a suit or tuxedo’s timelessness,insinuating it be used forever, by multiple wearers, for any occasion. The collar of a cashmere coat is a tasseled scarf, which can circle the neck or drape over the head.     Various padded evening stolas are made in fabrics that match coats, jackets, and even hoodies, creating elegant and comfortable silhouettes.     Nineties tracksuits have inspired different types of outerwear, from padded coats and parkas to fleece jackets, creating a new trompe l’oeil effect. This is seen aswell in retro feminine floral-printed puff-sleeved dresses that are transformed into trench, nylon, and leather coats, keeping the visual of a dress but obtaining a completely new function. A quilted black wedding dress-inspired coat is decorated with rose patterns, lace, and ribbons that tie around puffy sleeves and a tall, stiff collar.   Fluid dresses are disproportionally stretched in width, creating slouchy and comfortable one-size-fits-all garments.   Denim skirts turn into shorts in the back. Trompe l’oeil jean visuals are printed onstretch velvet and jersey molleton fabrics, while sweatpants are pre-stretched at the knees to obtain a worn-out look.   Tracksuits are seen in traditional nylon but also reimagined in fleece, fused with knit pullovers, and transformed into hoodies and long cinched coats.   Hoodies, hooded T-shirts, and caps are emblazoned with the Incredible Hulk, college sweatshirt-style prints, as well as artworks celebrating Gay Pride.     The Balenciaga Toe heels introduced one year ago are recreated in soft leather. Essex boots, buckled at the ankle, appear deceivingly precarious due to a protruding heel and metal stiletto. The Sabot Heel takes its shape from the traditional clog of the same name. Bulldozer boots have a chunky, platformed outsole. The Runner sneaker is a new addition to the Balenciaga sneaker collection. It stands out with a DIY, cut up aesthetic, a web of athletic components in the shape of a springy running shoe.     Among the new bags introduced in the Pre-Collection are Le Cagole, Gossip, Tote 2.0, Bistro Basket, and Maxi Clutch. The Cagole is round-edged where the Neo Classic is sharp, taking identifying elements from the 20-year-old iconic Balenciaga bag and relaxing them, adding extra studs and a heart-shaped hanging mirror. The Neo Classic and Hourglass are made softer and slouchier, too, suggesting both purse and carryall. The Gossip Bag is a pocketbook with extra pockets, featuring a horizontally stretched double-B logo. The Tote 2.0 holds a square shape because of a stiff frame that connects on top with a straightened handle. The Bistro Basket is a woven tote inspired by the everlasting woven objects in typical French bistros. Winter 21 is a Pre-Collection, introduced in 58 looks. A look book, photographed by Patrick Welde against blank backgrounds, imagines each model, posing in front of an iconic tourist attraction that is added in post-production. In these images, the collection goes around the world, anticipating a return to the possibility of global travel.     Launching in tandem with the Winter 21 look book is a “Feel Good Video” made in collaboration with Kamilya Kuspanova and Anton Bialas, artists that often layer found and original footage, and with Heejoon Kwak, a designer interested in the physical and mental effects of sound. The video features no products or advertising, created solely to evoke a positive emotion. Using visuals and sounds that have been scientifically proven to instill joy in most people, the montage pieces together clips and effects in a way that aims to cleanse the everyday digital palette and make almost anyone feel good.     A complete wardrobe, Winter 21 rethinks traditions of casual and formalwear, inverting intentions to create new categories. 90.6% of plain and printed fabrics are certified sustainable. The largely unisex offering relies on relaxed fits and easy-to-wear pieces.     Tailoring is intentionally creased and large fitting, made in satin, viscose gabardine, linen, crushed nylon, and cotton. A stencil stamp that readsBalenciaga Apparel Rentals accentuates a suit or tuxedo’s timelessness,insinuating it be used forever, by multiple wearers, for any occasion. The collar of a cashmere coat is a tasseled scarf, which can circle the neck or drape over the head.     Various padded evening stolas are made in fabrics that match coats, jackets, and even hoodies, creating elegant and comfortable silhouettes.     Nineties tracksuits have inspired different types of outerwear, from padded coats and parkas to fleece jackets, creating a new trompe l’oeil effect. This is seen aswell in retro feminine floral-printed puff-sleeved dresses that are transformed into trench, nylon, and leather coats, keeping the visual of a dress but obtaining a completely new function. A quilted black wedding dress-inspired coat is decorated with rose patterns, lace, and ribbons that tie around puffy sleeves and a tall, stiff collar.   Fluid dresses are disproportionally stretched in width, creating slouchy and comfortable one-size-fits-all garments.   Denim skirts turn into shorts in the back. Trompe l’oeil jean visuals are printed onstretch velvet and jersey molleton fabrics, while sweatpants are pre-stretched at the knees to obtain a worn-out look.   Tracksuits are seen in traditional nylon but also reimagined in fleece, fused with knit pullovers, and transformed into hoodies and long cinched coats.   Hoodies, hooded T-shirts, and caps are emblazoned with the Incredible Hulk, college sweatshirt-style prints, as well as artworks celebrating Gay Pride.     The Balenciaga Toe heels introduced one year ago are recreated in soft leather. Essex boots, buckled at the ankle, appear deceivingly precarious due to a protruding heel and metal stiletto. The Sabot Heel takes its shape from the traditional clog of the same name. Bulldozer boots have a chunky, platformed outsole. The Runner sneaker is a new addition to the Balenciaga sneaker collection. It stands out with a DIY, cut up aesthetic, a web of athletic components in the shape of a springy running shoe.     Among the new bags introduced in the Pre-Collection are Le Cagole, Gossip, Tote 2.0, Bistro Basket, and Maxi Clutch. The Cagole is round-edged where the Neo Classic is sharp, taking identifying elements from the 20-year-old iconic Balenciaga bag and relaxing them, adding extra studs and a heart-shaped hanging mirror. The Neo Classic and Hourglass are made softer and slouchier, too, suggesting both purse and carryall. The Gossip Bag is a pocketbook with extra pockets, featuring a horizontally stretched double-B logo. The Tote 2.0 holds a square shape because of a stiff frame that connects on top with a straightened handle. The Bistro Basket is a woven tote inspired by the everlasting woven objects in typical French bistros.

GUCCI PRESENTS ARIA
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GUCCI PRESENTS ARIA

Fashion Here it comes, with the precision of a toll. This birthday. One hundred years have gone. One hundred Earth’s revolutions questioning the flow of time. One hundred spins around the Sun to get back to that spring, where everything was about to burgeon and refract. An important time that has to be celebrated.   Going through the hour when everything originated is a great responsibility for me, and a joyful privilege. It means being able to open the locks of history and linger over the edge of the beginning. It means soaking in that natal source to relive the dawn and the coming into view.   I wouldn’t like to sentimentalize a biography though. Gucci’s long history can’t be contained within a single inaugural act. As any other existence, its destiny is marked by a long series of “endless births” (M. Zambrano) and constant regenerations. In this persistent movement, life challenges the mystery of death. In this hunger for birth, we have learnt how to dwell the time.   Celebrating this birthday means to pay homage to the mother’s womb then, but also to the becoming other. The legacy, but also the possibility of its afterthought. Past, in fact, is not a motionless conveyance and a repetition of the immutable: it rather “necessarily involves the idea of movement. It is not a datum, it is a motion: it is the movement of variation of the heritage that entails processes of transformation” (M. Centanni).   Benjamin would say that to plan the future we need to change the past, tracking down, as it unfolds, energy reserves that potentially have further life. In my work, I caress the roots of the past to create unexpected inflorescences, carving the matter through grafting and pruning. I appeal to such ability to reinhabit what has already been given. And to the blending, the transitions, the fractures, the concatenations. To escape the reactionary cages of purity, I pursue a poetics of the illegitimate.   In this sense, Gucci becomes for me a hacking lab, made of incursions and metamorphoses. An alchemical factory of contaminations where everything connects to anything. A place where thefts and explosive reactions happen: a permanent generator of sparkles and unpredictable desires. On this occasion, then, I want to honour my filial affection betraying the legacy that was handed down to me. Because the promise of a never-ending birth is only renewed through an evolving capacity.   Crossing this threshold, I have plundered the nonconformist rigour of Demna Gvasalia and the sexual tension of Tom Ford; I have lingered over the anthropological implications of what shines, working on the brightness of fabrics; I have celebrated the equestrian world of Gucci transfiguring it into a fetish cosmogony; I have sublimated Marilyn Monroe's silhouette and old Hollywood’s glamour; I sabotaged the discreet charm of the bourgeoisie and the codes of men’s tailoring.     Here we are then, ready to celebrate, wearing our most glittering clothes. Preparations for the event are in full swing. We are eager to walk through The Savoy’s doors again, one century later: an immaginific topos in the history of Gucci. A very long corridor separates us from that astral and magic passage. The myth of foundation is reinhabited in the light of the present. We get into a club, neon lights and cameras, but we find out that the party we deserve doesn’t happen in the lobby of a London hotel of the 20s. It’s rather like a deep and ecstatic diving in everything we yearningly miss today: a feast of air. A jubilee of breath. So the idea of the party glorifies in the generating power of nature and in the breath of life that pervades it. Breath is in fact what every living thing constantly generates, “it is the first name of being-in-the-world, it is the vibration through which everything opens up to life” (E. Coccia). It is a nativity that we honour in its oscillatory motion: “inhaling, that is letting the world get inside us, and exhaling, that is projecting ourselves in the world that we are” (E. Coccia). I therefore celebrate the air as a sacred principle of interpenetration, blending and connection: a principle of existence infused with the chemical enchantment of the leaves. To these creatures, my praise. To their being fragile and vulnerable. To their ability to renew and get back to life after winter has passed. -  Alessandro Here it comes, with the precision of a toll. This birthday. One hundred years have gone. One hundred Earth’s revolutions questioning the flow of time. One hundred spins around the Sun to get back to that spring, where everything was about to burgeon and refract. An important time that has to be celebrated.   Going through the hour when everything originated is a great responsibility for me, and a joyful privilege. It means being able to open the locks of history and linger over the edge of the beginning. It means soaking in that natal source to relive the dawn and the coming into view.   I wouldn’t like to sentimentalize a biography though. Gucci’s long history can’t be contained within a single inaugural act. As any other existence, its destiny is marked by a long series of “endless births” (M. Zambrano) and constant regenerations. In this persistent movement, life challenges the mystery of death. In this hunger for birth, we have learnt how to dwell the time.   Celebrating this birthday means to pay homage to the mother’s womb then, but also to the becoming other. The legacy, but also the possibility of its afterthought. Past, in fact, is not a motionless conveyance and a repetition of the immutable: it rather “necessarily involves the idea of movement. It is not a datum, it is a motion: it is the movement of variation of the heritage that entails processes of transformation” (M. Centanni).   Benjamin would say that to plan the future we need to change the past, tracking down, as it unfolds, energy reserves that potentially have further life. In my work, I caress the roots of the past to create unexpected inflorescences, carving the matter through grafting and pruning. I appeal to such ability to reinhabit what has already been given. And to the blending, the transitions, the fractures, the concatenations. To escape the reactionary cages of purity, I pursue a poetics of the illegitimate.   In this sense, Gucci becomes for me a hacking lab, made of incursions and metamorphoses. An alchemical factory of contaminations where everything connects to anything. A place where thefts and explosive reactions happen: a permanent generator of sparkles and unpredictable desires. On this occasion, then, I want to honour my filial affection betraying the legacy that was handed down to me. Because the promise of a never-ending birth is only renewed through an evolving capacity.   Crossing this threshold, I have plundered the nonconformist rigour of Demna Gvasalia and the sexual tension of Tom Ford; I have lingered over the anthropological implications of what shines, working on the brightness of fabrics; I have celebrated the equestrian world of Gucci transfiguring it into a fetish cosmogony; I have sublimated Marilyn Monroe's silhouette and old Hollywood’s glamour; I sabotaged the discreet charm of the bourgeoisie and the codes of men’s tailoring.     Here we are then, ready to celebrate, wearing our most glittering clothes. Preparations for the event are in full swing. We are eager to walk through The Savoy’s doors again, one century later: an immaginific topos in the history of Gucci. A very long corridor separates us from that astral and magic passage. The myth of foundation is reinhabited in the light of the present. We get into a club, neon lights and cameras, but we find out that the party we deserve doesn’t happen in the lobby of a London hotel of the 20s. It’s rather like a deep and ecstatic diving in everything we yearningly miss today: a feast of air. A jubilee of breath. So the idea of the party glorifies in the generating power of nature and in the breath of life that pervades it. Breath is in fact what every living thing constantly generates, “it is the first name of being-in-the-world, it is the vibration through which everything opens up to life” (E. Coccia). It is a nativity that we honour in its oscillatory motion: “inhaling, that is letting the world get inside us, and exhaling, that is projecting ourselves in the world that we are” (E. Coccia). I therefore celebrate the air as a sacred principle of interpenetration, blending and connection: a principle of existence infused with the chemical enchantment of the leaves. To these creatures, my praise. To their being fragile and vulnerable. To their ability to renew and get back to life after winter has passed. -  Alessandro

CELINE "PARADE"
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CELINE "PARADE"

Fashion “HER GAZE IS LIKE THE GAZE OF STATUES.” - PAUL VERLAINEMY FAMILIAR DREAM     “MY YOUTH HAS BEEN NOTHING BUT A TENEBROUS STORM, PIERCED NOW AND THEN BY RAYS OF BRILLIANT SUNSHINE.” - CHARLES BAUDELAIRE THE ENEMY     “I ALONE HAVE THE KEY TO THIS SAVAGE PARADE.” ARTHUR RIMBAUD PARADE   ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK FOR CELINE.   “UN DAY DREAM” PERFORMED BY REGINA DEMINA. WRITTEN AND PRODUCED BY REGINA DEMINA & CHARLES CASTE FEATURING HARP ARRANGEMENTS BY LEONIE FAVRE-TISSOT COMMISSIONED AND CO-PRODUCED BY HEDI SLIMANE FOR PARADE.   CRÉDITS: HAIR STYLIST: ESTHER LANGHAM MAKE-UP: CHRISTELLE COCQUET     “HER GAZE IS LIKE THE GAZE OF STATUES.” - PAUL VERLAINEMY FAMILIAR DREAM     “MY YOUTH HAS BEEN NOTHING BUT A TENEBROUS STORM, PIERCED NOW AND THEN BY RAYS OF BRILLIANT SUNSHINE.” - CHARLES BAUDELAIRE THE ENEMY     “I ALONE HAVE THE KEY TO THIS SAVAGE PARADE.” ARTHUR RIMBAUD PARADE   ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK FOR CELINE.   “UN DAY DREAM” PERFORMED BY REGINA DEMINA. WRITTEN AND PRODUCED BY REGINA DEMINA & CHARLES CASTE FEATURING HARP ARRANGEMENTS BY LEONIE FAVRE-TISSOT COMMISSIONED AND CO-PRODUCED BY HEDI SLIMANE FOR PARADE.   CRÉDITS: HAIR STYLIST: ESTHER LANGHAM MAKE-UP: CHRISTELLE COCQUET    

MODERNITY AND TRADITION CLASH – DR. MARTENS ANNOUNCE FIRST COLLABORATION WITH JAPANESE STREETWEAR TITAN ATMOS
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MODERNITY AND TRADITION CLASH – DR. MARTENS ANNOUNCE FIRST COLLABORATION WITH JAPANESE STREETWEAR TITAN ATMOS

Accessories Since beginning life as a small footprint in the back streets of Tokyo, atmos have grown in force and in influence. Dr. Martens x atmos is a trend-defying, cross-category innovation. A combination of DM’s resilience and durability with bold, contrasting colours and textures that unites their Originals and our Casual range more than ever.     Dr. Martens silhouettes say something different each time they’re laced up — and we know that one remix is never enough. With a reputation for coveted, mould-shattering collaborations, it is hard to imagine a better partner than atmos to reboot styles from not one but two of our ranges. Our Original 1461 3-eye shoe, and the utilitarian Combs Tech boot.     The 1461 shoe has been a subcultural icon since it stomped off our production line 60 years ago — and this season it’s still kicking harder than ever. The 1461 atmos is built in our famous Black Smooth leather with bold injections of colour that signify the Atmos touch. Hiker-style laces woven with Blue and Pink details. Bright, webbed heelstrips. Dual branding and innovative design. An exposed foam padded tongue and Water White DMS outsole. Like its creators, the 1461 atmos is never standing still.     Their Tract line blends utilitarian heritage with contemporary trends. A style that rarely sees collaborative remixes, the Combs Tech is the perfect canvas for a bold new statement. Built using a combination of our Black Smooth leather and Recycled Super Knit. Signature atmos shots of colour stand out with Pink, Blue and Yellow accents across the tongue and laces. Dual branding in clear bubble patches on the tongue. A high-gloss heel strip. Stacked on a WaterWhite Tract sole and nished with our trademark yellow welt stitching and scripted AirWair heel loop. UndeniablyDocs — with atmos disruption to cause a scene.     Dr. Martens X atmos drops 17.04.21 and will be available at drmartens.com and select partners. Since beginning life as a small footprint in the back streets of Tokyo, atmos have grown in force and in influence. Dr. Martens x atmos is a trend-defying, cross-category innovation. A combination of DM’s resilience and durability with bold, contrasting colours and textures that unites their Originals and our Casual range more than ever.     Dr. Martens silhouettes say something different each time they’re laced up — and we know that one remix is never enough. With a reputation for coveted, mould-shattering collaborations, it is hard to imagine a better partner than atmos to reboot styles from not one but two of our ranges. Our Original 1461 3-eye shoe, and the utilitarian Combs Tech boot.     The 1461 shoe has been a subcultural icon since it stomped off our production line 60 years ago — and this season it’s still kicking harder than ever. The 1461 atmos is built in our famous Black Smooth leather with bold injections of colour that signify the Atmos touch. Hiker-style laces woven with Blue and Pink details. Bright, webbed heelstrips. Dual branding and innovative design. An exposed foam padded tongue and Water White DMS outsole. Like its creators, the 1461 atmos is never standing still.     Their Tract line blends utilitarian heritage with contemporary trends. A style that rarely sees collaborative remixes, the Combs Tech is the perfect canvas for a bold new statement. Built using a combination of our Black Smooth leather and Recycled Super Knit. Signature atmos shots of colour stand out with Pink, Blue and Yellow accents across the tongue and laces. Dual branding in clear bubble patches on the tongue. A high-gloss heel strip. Stacked on a WaterWhite Tract sole and nished with our trademark yellow welt stitching and scripted AirWair heel loop. UndeniablyDocs — with atmos disruption to cause a scene.     Dr. Martens X atmos drops 17.04.21 and will be available at drmartens.com and select partners.

LORO PIANA PRESENTS SESIA
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LORO PIANA PRESENTS SESIA

Accessories Sesia is the smoothly designed Loro Piana bag.     Curved in shape, soft to the touch, it conveys an idea of harmony with its uncontrived flow. By eschewing angles, it projects a sense of effortlessness, continuity, femininity.     The curve of the upper end gives Sesia its distinctive shape. It is a flowing line that glides from the smooth contours of natural objects to the organic shapes of modernist design, defining a movement, a connection between nature and human invention that is quintessentially Loro Piana.     As a gently curved object, Sesia - named after the valley Loro Piana inhabits and the sinuous river that crosses it - owns grace and occupies an expansive space, of body and mind, with the thoughtfulness of the line, the kindness of supple construction, the sympathy of touch.     Precise yet uncontrived, it is a bag meant to be used easily, gliding evenly across occasions, from work to leisure. Sesia is available as a handbag, in different sizes which correspond to different attitudes and ways to carry oneself.     As a punctuation mark, the Loro Piana crest appears on the bottom right angle in the form of an enamel button in the same shade of the leather. Padlocks and straps, either in matching leather or Suitcase Stripe fabric, allow to interpret Sesia as one wishes, or needs.     Sesia is designed to be enjoyed with both the eyes and the hands, soaking up the suppleness of the colors while caressing the grain of the leather. The offer of materials flows from Satin Smooth to Grain Matt leather to Soft Shiny alligator, while the range of tactile hues starts from delicate rose and whisper white, moves to buttercup yellow, eucalyptus and forest green, fades to burnt orange and sunset rose and finally spreads up in sky and navy blue.     With ease and quietness, Sesia heralds an idea of style as balance, drawing a seamless line that brings together roots, modernity, ease. Sesia is the smoothly designed Loro Piana bag.     Curved in shape, soft to the touch, it conveys an idea of harmony with its uncontrived flow. By eschewing angles, it projects a sense of effortlessness, continuity, femininity.     The curve of the upper end gives Sesia its distinctive shape. It is a flowing line that glides from the smooth contours of natural objects to the organic shapes of modernist design, defining a movement, a connection between nature and human invention that is quintessentially Loro Piana.     As a gently curved object, Sesia - named after the valley Loro Piana inhabits and the sinuous river that crosses it - owns grace and occupies an expansive space, of body and mind, with the thoughtfulness of the line, the kindness of supple construction, the sympathy of touch.     Precise yet uncontrived, it is a bag meant to be used easily, gliding evenly across occasions, from work to leisure. Sesia is available as a handbag, in different sizes which correspond to different attitudes and ways to carry oneself.     As a punctuation mark, the Loro Piana crest appears on the bottom right angle in the form of an enamel button in the same shade of the leather. Padlocks and straps, either in matching leather or Suitcase Stripe fabric, allow to interpret Sesia as one wishes, or needs.     Sesia is designed to be enjoyed with both the eyes and the hands, soaking up the suppleness of the colors while caressing the grain of the leather. The offer of materials flows from Satin Smooth to Grain Matt leather to Soft Shiny alligator, while the range of tactile hues starts from delicate rose and whisper white, moves to buttercup yellow, eucalyptus and forest green, fades to burnt orange and sunset rose and finally spreads up in sky and navy blue.     With ease and quietness, Sesia heralds an idea of style as balance, drawing a seamless line that brings together roots, modernity, ease.

Daily Paper's SS21 Resort Line Brings a Fresh Take to Springtime-Ready Staples
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Daily Paper's SS21 Resort Line Brings a Fresh Take to Springtime-Ready Staples

Fashion Featuring shapes and details inspired by African flags, the continent's cuisine, and a range of newly designed summer gear.     Daily Paper introduces their mid-season Resort line as part of their main Spring/Summer 2021 collection. Tailored towards the warmer months ahead, the line presents a colourful range of unisex essential sets, multicoloured items, summer accessories and sporty styles in a variety of easy wearing shapes.     Back to the Roots:   Drawing on the colours of the Somali, Ghanaian and Moroccan flags, Daily Paper introduces new athleisure prints, made from ecological low impact-ink. The tie-dye inspired styles to translate the Daily Paper founders heritage into nostalgic pieces. Three colourways are available in both lightweight tees and comfy oversized sweaters. Building on their tie-dye offerings, a number of silhouettes in bleached dark navy tones comes in both women's and unisex styles.       Bordered Camo:   Earthy green Recamo designs revisit the patterns first introduced with the 2020 Daily Paper x Crocs collaboration. This time by featuring shapes of African countries on classic cargo silhouettes. Two sets are available for different occasions and climates. The lightweight Recamo shirt comes with matching swim shorts for the warmer days, while the camo jacket comes with matching cargo pants for breezy Spring nights.     Womenswear:   Lightweight and playful garments for hot summer days. Daily Paper introduce a colourful take on branded monogram print in the form of the silky Remono dress and Rerise top. Reflecting the Ghanaian flag bright red, green and yellow, the nostalgic feel of the line continues. The line includes a matching handbag, and swimwear makes a return with a timeless swimsuit silhouette.     New Spring-Ready Accessories :   A range of new gear is introduced through a branded water bottle, a staple carabiner and an essential iPhone case to bring along on your summer get-aways.       Monogram Patchwork:   The Repatch pieces highlight the Daily Paper branded monogram print, translated into a contrasting colourful patchwork design. The set features a lightweight button-up shirt, a classic wide-legged pair of swim shorts and a stylish bucket hat with branding across the front.     Heavy Cotton Staples:   At the heart of the line are unisex matching sets. Each set is crafted from premium heavy cotton in classic laid-back shapes and luscious colourways. Ranging from the classic black, earthy green tones are introduced alongside a rich red and a pastel blue. Designed for practicality and comfort, these items are the perfect fit for an understated aesthetic.      Alongside the essential sets, the brand explores the continent's cuisine by introducing graphics of popular drinking cans offered across the African continent on classic tees. The latter comes in staple black and white colourways.     The forthcoming Daily Paper Resort 2021 collection is priced from €10 - €150 and will be available April 16, 12 PM CET, at Daily Paper storefronts in Amsterdam and NYC, as well as online via www.dailypaperclothing.com and selected retailers worldwide.        Campaign Credits: Photography: Mounir Raji  Photography assistant: Mylan Rosendaal  Art Direction: Florian Joahn  Styling: JeanPaul Paula Make up: Laura Yard  Hair: Keanna Williams    Talents: Shaliona Williams  Faouziat Biera Faous  Tobi Afeez Amao  Salif Ly Featuring shapes and details inspired by African flags, the continent's cuisine, and a range of newly designed summer gear.     Daily Paper introduces their mid-season Resort line as part of their main Spring/Summer 2021 collection. Tailored towards the warmer months ahead, the line presents a colourful range of unisex essential sets, multicoloured items, summer accessories and sporty styles in a variety of easy wearing shapes.     Back to the Roots:   Drawing on the colours of the Somali, Ghanaian and Moroccan flags, Daily Paper introduces new athleisure prints, made from ecological low impact-ink. The tie-dye inspired styles to translate the Daily Paper founders heritage into nostalgic pieces. Three colourways are available in both lightweight tees and comfy oversized sweaters. Building on their tie-dye offerings, a number of silhouettes in bleached dark navy tones comes in both women's and unisex styles.       Bordered Camo:   Earthy green Recamo designs revisit the patterns first introduced with the 2020 Daily Paper x Crocs collaboration. This time by featuring shapes of African countries on classic cargo silhouettes. Two sets are available for different occasions and climates. The lightweight Recamo shirt comes with matching swim shorts for the warmer days, while the camo jacket comes with matching cargo pants for breezy Spring nights.     Womenswear:   Lightweight and playful garments for hot summer days. Daily Paper introduce a colourful take on branded monogram print in the form of the silky Remono dress and Rerise top. Reflecting the Ghanaian flag bright red, green and yellow, the nostalgic feel of the line continues. The line includes a matching handbag, and swimwear makes a return with a timeless swimsuit silhouette.     New Spring-Ready Accessories :   A range of new gear is introduced through a branded water bottle, a staple carabiner and an essential iPhone case to bring along on your summer get-aways.       Monogram Patchwork:   The Repatch pieces highlight the Daily Paper branded monogram print, translated into a contrasting colourful patchwork design. The set features a lightweight button-up shirt, a classic wide-legged pair of swim shorts and a stylish bucket hat with branding across the front.     Heavy Cotton Staples:   At the heart of the line are unisex matching sets. Each set is crafted from premium heavy cotton in classic laid-back shapes and luscious colourways. Ranging from the classic black, earthy green tones are introduced alongside a rich red and a pastel blue. Designed for practicality and comfort, these items are the perfect fit for an understated aesthetic.      Alongside the essential sets, the brand explores the continent's cuisine by introducing graphics of popular drinking cans offered across the African continent on classic tees. The latter comes in staple black and white colourways.     The forthcoming Daily Paper Resort 2021 collection is priced from €10 - €150 and will be available April 16, 12 PM CET, at Daily Paper storefronts in Amsterdam and NYC, as well as online via www.dailypaperclothing.com and selected retailers worldwide.        Campaign Credits: Photography: Mounir Raji  Photography assistant: Mylan Rosendaal  Art Direction: Florian Joahn  Styling: JeanPaul Paula Make up: Laura Yard  Hair: Keanna Williams    Talents: Shaliona Williams  Faouziat Biera Faous  Tobi Afeez Amao  Salif Ly

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