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At Givenchy, stars align for their new campaign
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At Givenchy, stars align for their new campaign

Fashion For its Spring-Summer 2020 advertising campaign, the House of Givenchy revisits its signature “couple” theme with an iconoclastic new pairing. In a glamorous, fresh dichotomy, the House reveals two icons — Charlotte Rampling and Marc Jacobs — in a campaign lensed by the photographer Craig McDean, with guidance from Givenchy Artistic Director Clare Waight Keller. Together and individually, the Paris-based actress and the New York-based designer appear in portraits that boldly celebrate individualistic beauty and the liberated, self-assured attitude so emblematic of Givenchy. The series honors the “Givenchy sitting” style of portraiture, a celebration of strength, wit and innate elegance. It follows the campaign starring Ariana Grande, for the Fall-Winter 2019 season. Wearing directional looks and key accessories from the Spring-Summer 2020 collection, each icon appears in his or her signature style, Rampling in masculine tailoring and Jacobs in more feminine pieces. Both radiate strength of character, their natural grandeur further underscored by a neutral setting. Dual perspectives feature close-ups and three-quarter length images in color and black and white. In single portraits, they offer a personal take on Bond accessories. Dressed in graphic black and white, Rampling folds the Bond shopper under her arm while Jacobs, dressed in a shiny black overcoat, carries a men’s Bond duffle that’s filled to capacity. In a naturalistic three-quarter portrait, Rampling gazes at the viewer with her signature mysterious half-smile, the season’s star handbag, the ID93 in buttery yellow suede, slung casually over her shoulder. In another image, she appears dressed in a trench and smoky aviators with the Mystic bag in cognac leather. A dual portrait shows the stars radiating grace and confidence. Posing back-to-back, they embody a complementary take on the season’s sophisticated red floral motifs. In the campaign’s companion video, Rampling and Jacobs stars appear “as they are”. Rampling - dressed in her signature masculine/feminine style – offers Jacobs a master class in the dramatic arts. With timeless chic and natural grace, the English icon coolly plays foil to the New York-based designer’s extravagant, tongue-in-cheek take on femininity. Surreal and absurd elements show the season’s footwear playing telephone, for example. The Givenchy Spring-Summer 2020 advertising campaign will be released online today and break in the March issue of selected magazines worldwide. Creative Director: Clare Waight Keller Photographer: Craig McDean, Talents: Charlotte Rampling and Marc Jacobs Video Screenplay: Hermione Hoby  For its Spring-Summer 2020 advertising campaign, the House of Givenchy revisits its signature “couple” theme with an iconoclastic new pairing. In a glamorous, fresh dichotomy, the House reveals two icons — Charlotte Rampling and Marc Jacobs — in a campaign lensed by the photographer Craig McDean, with guidance from Givenchy Artistic Director Clare Waight Keller. Together and individually, the Paris-based actress and the New York-based designer appear in portraits that boldly celebrate individualistic beauty and the liberated, self-assured attitude so emblematic of Givenchy. The series honors the “Givenchy sitting” style of portraiture, a celebration of strength, wit and innate elegance. It follows the campaign starring Ariana Grande, for the Fall-Winter 2019 season. Wearing directional looks and key accessories from the Spring-Summer 2020 collection, each icon appears in his or her signature style, Rampling in masculine tailoring and Jacobs in more feminine pieces. Both radiate strength of character, their natural grandeur further underscored by a neutral setting. Dual perspectives feature close-ups and three-quarter length images in color and black and white. In single portraits, they offer a personal take on Bond accessories. Dressed in graphic black and white, Rampling folds the Bond shopper under her arm while Jacobs, dressed in a shiny black overcoat, carries a men’s Bond duffle that’s filled to capacity. In a naturalistic three-quarter portrait, Rampling gazes at the viewer with her signature mysterious half-smile, the season’s star handbag, the ID93 in buttery yellow suede, slung casually over her shoulder. In another image, she appears dressed in a trench and smoky aviators with the Mystic bag in cognac leather. A dual portrait shows the stars radiating grace and confidence. Posing back-to-back, they embody a complementary take on the season’s sophisticated red floral motifs. In the campaign’s companion video, Rampling and Jacobs stars appear “as they are”. Rampling - dressed in her signature masculine/feminine style – offers Jacobs a master class in the dramatic arts. With timeless chic and natural grace, the English icon coolly plays foil to the New York-based designer’s extravagant, tongue-in-cheek take on femininity. Surreal and absurd elements show the season’s footwear playing telephone, for example. The Givenchy Spring-Summer 2020 advertising campaign will be released online today and break in the March issue of selected magazines worldwide. Creative Director: Clare Waight Keller Photographer: Craig McDean, Talents: Charlotte Rampling and Marc Jacobs Video Screenplay: Hermione Hoby 

Dr. Martens teams up with A Bathing Ape
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Dr. Martens teams up with A Bathing Ape

Accessories The iconic, original Dr. Martens boot 1460 will turn 60 this year, and that may be celebrated. Starting this month, a series of collaborations with 12 world-famous brands follows. Each of these brands has made its own design for the 1460 boot. The first partner in this series is the Japanese streetwear brand 'A Bathing Ape'.  Six decades of self-expression. Six eras in which Dr. Martens has grown with the subcultures that embraced them. Sixty years in which they made their carriers stronger. Dr.Martens has seen the world change drastically. But one thing has remained the same all the time: the 1460 boot. Over the past 60 years, the distinctive silhouette has been shaped and toppled by countless subcultures and freethinkers. The boots mean something else to everyone who tightens their laces. So Dr. Martens transferred the 1460 boat (not only in honor of their anniversary, but also because of the start of a new decade) to 12 innovative and world-famous brands, labels and designers. Together with them Dr. Martens their iconic silhouette in a new jacket. In 2020 a brand new boat will be released once a month. The legendary streetwear brand 'A Bathing Ape' is the first to take a turn. Dr. Martens has revived this creative relationship and is now working with them for the fourth time. BAPE (A Bathing Ape) was founded in 1993 in Tokyo, Japan. The origin of BAPE lies in the Harajuku culture of the early 90s. Their most distinctive design, the 'BAPE 1st Camo', became a legendary status symbol.  BAPE has often used British culture as a source of inspiration. For the 1460 REMASTERED collaboration series, they have made the perfect mix of their own legendary camouflage print and dr. Martens' classical DNA. With this they bring an ode to the history of both brands.  This special edition has eight lace eyes and a black nose of soft leather that is flanked by a green BAPE first camo print. The boot symbolizes the best of both brands. The famous BAPE STA  logo runs across the center of the boot. The yellow BAPE logo on the hi-loop completes the picture.  We are excited to share with you the coming collaboration later this year on @numero_netherlands. The boot is available from 25 January 2020 - in very limited numbers - in selected stores and online via drmartens.com.  The iconic, original Dr. Martens boot 1460 will turn 60 this year, and that may be celebrated. Starting this month, a series of collaborations with 12 world-famous brands follows. Each of these brands has made its own design for the 1460 boot. The first partner in this series is the Japanese streetwear brand 'A Bathing Ape'.  Six decades of self-expression. Six eras in which Dr. Martens has grown with the subcultures that embraced them. Sixty years in which they made their carriers stronger. Dr.Martens has seen the world change drastically. But one thing has remained the same all the time: the 1460 boot. Over the past 60 years, the distinctive silhouette has been shaped and toppled by countless subcultures and freethinkers. The boots mean something else to everyone who tightens their laces. So Dr. Martens transferred the 1460 boat (not only in honor of their anniversary, but also because of the start of a new decade) to 12 innovative and world-famous brands, labels and designers. Together with them Dr. Martens their iconic silhouette in a new jacket. In 2020 a brand new boat will be released once a month. The legendary streetwear brand 'A Bathing Ape' is the first to take a turn. Dr. Martens has revived this creative relationship and is now working with them for the fourth time. BAPE (A Bathing Ape) was founded in 1993 in Tokyo, Japan. The origin of BAPE lies in the Harajuku culture of the early 90s. Their most distinctive design, the 'BAPE 1st Camo', became a legendary status symbol.  BAPE has often used British culture as a source of inspiration. For the 1460 REMASTERED collaboration series, they have made the perfect mix of their own legendary camouflage print and dr. Martens' classical DNA. With this they bring an ode to the history of both brands.  This special edition has eight lace eyes and a black nose of soft leather that is flanked by a green BAPE first camo print. The boot symbolizes the best of both brands. The famous BAPE STA  logo runs across the center of the boot. The yellow BAPE logo on the hi-loop completes the picture.  We are excited to share with you the coming collaboration later this year on @numero_netherlands. The boot is available from 25 January 2020 - in very limited numbers - in selected stores and online via drmartens.com. 

Thinking of Summer
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Thinking of Summer

Fashion Exclusive editorial in collaboration with Lois Jeans.   photographed by: Fabrizzio Del Rincon styled by: Victor Vergara casting by: Timotej Letonja grooming by: Wout Philippo models: Mees & Dani at Republic Models  Exclusive editorial in collaboration with Lois Jeans.   photographed by: Fabrizzio Del Rincon styled by: Victor Vergara casting by: Timotej Letonja grooming by: Wout Philippo models: Mees & Dani at Republic Models 

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Zalando launches a sustainable collection
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Zalando launches a sustainable collection

Fashion Small steps. Big impact by Zalando is the brand new exclusive sustainability focused collection.  Zalando offers over 20,000 items agged with sustainability from over 240 different brands. Nine of these brands were chosen to bring this collaboration to life; Blanche, Bruuns Bazaar, Designers Remix, Filippa K, Han Kjøbenhavn, Holzweiler, House of Dagmar, Libertine Libertine and Won Hundred. For Spring 2020, Zalando has teamed up with nine Nordic brands to develop an exclusive, more sus- tainable womenswear collection, titled Small steps. Big impact. by Zalando.  “Sustainability is an increasingly important topic in all our categories, especially in Premium. We know, our Premium customers demand products that are not only of high quality and fashionable design bu talso have sustainability benefits.” says Lena-SophieRoeper, Head of Buying Premium and Sports, Zalando. “As a platform with more than 29 million active customers in 17 countries and more than 2,000 brands, weknow that we can in uence the demand for and the supply of sustainable fashion. That’s why we’re introducing our customers to sustainable fashion, working with partners who share our vision and ethics, and move the industry forward, every day. The collection, Small steps. Big impact. by Zalando, only available on Zalando, is a huge step in the right direction.” Front runners in sustainable fashion, these nine Nordic brands were challenged with a brief that called for a cohesive, conscious collection that didn’t compromise on design or quality. Less resource-intensive processing techniques, better materials and social aspects remained top of mind as the 70-piece collection came to life. Each brand brought their own unique conscious mindset to the project, and with them, an exciting range of sustainable fabrics and processes to see a collection which includes organic cotton, long-lasting triacetate, 100% recycled polyester, OEKO-TEX certied prints, less pesticides used and more water saved. The collection is a strong base for a lasting wardrobe. A muted colour palette realises a consistency acrossthe mix of light, owing dresses, structured suits, du- rable denim and lightweight jackets. The diversity of styles allows the wearer to mix and match, creating a personal style to last multiple seasons. “This collaboration continues Zalando’s Sustainability goals by responding to the changing needs of our cus-tomers.” says Jonny Ng, Director Marketing Strategy & Campaigns, Zalando. “The collection, Small steps. Big impact. by Zalando, aims to increase customers’ awareness of Zalando’s sustainable fashion assort- ment, while guiding customers towards more con- scious choices. By working together with these nine premium brands we want to demonstrate how easy it is for our customers to nd sustainable style from head-to-toe.” This collection follows Zalando’s first dedicated susainable fashion campaign and the release of their Sustainability Strategy 2023, titled do.MORE, in October 2019. Acknowledging being part of the problemwith do.MORE, Zalando now wants to be part of the solution. Zalando can play an important role in tackling fundamental sustainability challenges by using its scale and technology to take the lead in building the connections needed to transform the industry. Small steps. Big impact. by Zalando sees Zalando leveraging its in uence as a platform to facilitate projects andcollaborations where players can join forces and work together for a better cause. Small steps. Big impact. by Zalando will be availble in each of Zalando’s 17 markets from January 27, 2020 on the Zalando hub (Zalando.com) and will be accompanied by a campaign across print, out of home, social media and Zalando-owned channels as well as on our instagram @numero_netherlands   Small steps. Big impact by Zalando is the brand new exclusive sustainability focused collection.  Zalando offers over 20,000 items agged with sustainability from over 240 different brands. Nine of these brands were chosen to bring this collaboration to life; Blanche, Bruuns Bazaar, Designers Remix, Filippa K, Han Kjøbenhavn, Holzweiler, House of Dagmar, Libertine Libertine and Won Hundred. For Spring 2020, Zalando has teamed up with nine Nordic brands to develop an exclusive, more sus- tainable womenswear collection, titled Small steps. Big impact. by Zalando.  “Sustainability is an increasingly important topic in all our categories, especially in Premium. We know, our Premium customers demand products that are not only of high quality and fashionable design bu talso have sustainability benefits.” says Lena-SophieRoeper, Head of Buying Premium and Sports, Zalando. “As a platform with more than 29 million active customers in 17 countries and more than 2,000 brands, weknow that we can in uence the demand for and the supply of sustainable fashion. That’s why we’re introducing our customers to sustainable fashion, working with partners who share our vision and ethics, and move the industry forward, every day. The collection, Small steps. Big impact. by Zalando, only available on Zalando, is a huge step in the right direction.” Front runners in sustainable fashion, these nine Nordic brands were challenged with a brief that called for a cohesive, conscious collection that didn’t compromise on design or quality. Less resource-intensive processing techniques, better materials and social aspects remained top of mind as the 70-piece collection came to life. Each brand brought their own unique conscious mindset to the project, and with them, an exciting range of sustainable fabrics and processes to see a collection which includes organic cotton, long-lasting triacetate, 100% recycled polyester, OEKO-TEX certied prints, less pesticides used and more water saved. The collection is a strong base for a lasting wardrobe. A muted colour palette realises a consistency acrossthe mix of light, owing dresses, structured suits, du- rable denim and lightweight jackets. The diversity of styles allows the wearer to mix and match, creating a personal style to last multiple seasons. “This collaboration continues Zalando’s Sustainability goals by responding to the changing needs of our cus-tomers.” says Jonny Ng, Director Marketing Strategy & Campaigns, Zalando. “The collection, Small steps. Big impact. by Zalando, aims to increase customers’ awareness of Zalando’s sustainable fashion assort- ment, while guiding customers towards more con- scious choices. By working together with these nine premium brands we want to demonstrate how easy it is for our customers to nd sustainable style from head-to-toe.” This collection follows Zalando’s first dedicated susainable fashion campaign and the release of their Sustainability Strategy 2023, titled do.MORE, in October 2019. Acknowledging being part of the problemwith do.MORE, Zalando now wants to be part of the solution. Zalando can play an important role in tackling fundamental sustainability challenges by using its scale and technology to take the lead in building the connections needed to transform the industry. Small steps. Big impact. by Zalando sees Zalando leveraging its in uence as a platform to facilitate projects andcollaborations where players can join forces and work together for a better cause. Small steps. Big impact. by Zalando will be availble in each of Zalando’s 17 markets from January 27, 2020 on the Zalando hub (Zalando.com) and will be accompanied by a campaign across print, out of home, social media and Zalando-owned channels as well as on our instagram @numero_netherlands  

Bottega Veneta's Spring campaign is a vision of hedonistic aspiration
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Bottega Veneta's Spring campaign is a vision of hedonistic aspiration

Fashion Anchored in sensuality and pure luxury, Bottega Veneta’s Spring 2020 campaign is a vision of hedonistic aspiration. Creative Director Daniel Lee, together with photographer Tyrone Lebon, continue their view of an endless summer. The eternal signifier of elevation and luxury. Idly floating through time. Sun. Sea. Pleasure. The faint ‘click’ of a lens shutter in the distance. Paparazzi poised for a glimpse. Top deck. Carefree sensuality unfolds. Calm. Casual. Confident. Featuring models Mica Argañarazand and Edoardo Sebastianelli. Cold chains warm against sun kissed skin. Weightless leather staples bend and slouch. Earthy tones and bold pops of colour. Endless blue sky bleeds to coral and violet. Opulent jewels and sequins glitter under evening fireworks. A day of indulgence draws to an end, only to be relived the next. Anchored in sensuality and pure luxury, Bottega Veneta’s Spring 2020 campaign is a vision of hedonistic aspiration. Creative Director Daniel Lee, together with photographer Tyrone Lebon, continue their view of an endless summer. The eternal signifier of elevation and luxury. Idly floating through time. Sun. Sea. Pleasure. The faint ‘click’ of a lens shutter in the distance. Paparazzi poised for a glimpse. Top deck. Carefree sensuality unfolds. Calm. Casual. Confident. Featuring models Mica Argañarazand and Edoardo Sebastianelli. Cold chains warm against sun kissed skin. Weightless leather staples bend and slouch. Earthy tones and bold pops of colour. Endless blue sky bleeds to coral and violet. Opulent jewels and sequins glitter under evening fireworks. A day of indulgence draws to an end, only to be relived the next.

Louis Vuitton presents Pre-Fall 2020
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Louis Vuitton presents Pre-Fall 2020

Fashion Fashion is a novel. And the Louis Vuitton Pre-Fall 2020 collection embarks on a narrative journey where the garments tell their own tales. These characters from their wardrobe set the scene for our days, our moods, our lives. Thismeeting of periods, stylistic movements and anachronistic combinations brings to life a rich cast of costumes. In such a ‘wearable library’, each outwrites its own chapter made up of romantic monologues. Peculiar dialogues between stylistic rebellion and ne crafts-manship. An account of sportswear’s encounter withtailoring. Taking the cultural references even further, Louis Vuitton has adorned one of the collection’s t-shirts with the original cover from William Peter Blatty’s 1971 cult science-fiction novel The Exorcist. To illustrate this collection – a term that works just as well with fashion as it does with literature or on the big screen – the House’s muses proudly take to book covers or posters as protagonists, fitting perfectly into Louis Vuitton’s history and brilliantly embracing therole of adventurer. for more go on louisvuitton.com Photographer Collier Schorr   Fashion is a novel. And the Louis Vuitton Pre-Fall 2020 collection embarks on a narrative journey where the garments tell their own tales. These characters from their wardrobe set the scene for our days, our moods, our lives. Thismeeting of periods, stylistic movements and anachronistic combinations brings to life a rich cast of costumes. In such a ‘wearable library’, each outwrites its own chapter made up of romantic monologues. Peculiar dialogues between stylistic rebellion and ne crafts-manship. An account of sportswear’s encounter withtailoring. Taking the cultural references even further, Louis Vuitton has adorned one of the collection’s t-shirts with the original cover from William Peter Blatty’s 1971 cult science-fiction novel The Exorcist. To illustrate this collection – a term that works just as well with fashion as it does with literature or on the big screen – the House’s muses proudly take to book covers or posters as protagonists, fitting perfectly into Louis Vuitton’s history and brilliantly embracing therole of adventurer. for more go on louisvuitton.com Photographer Collier Schorr  

Arket launches Arket Running
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Arket launches Arket Running

Fashion Beginning of this year marks the day  ARKET will introduce ARKET RUNNING, a new modern sportswear concept collection blending sustainable high-performance fabrics with a thoughtful minimalist aesthetic. The new collection has been developed by the brand’s design studio in Stockholm and will be launched online and in selected ARKET stores including Amsterdam end of January. ‘Running in Scandinavia is as much about finding peace with the weather - as with your own body and mind, meaning that function always comes first. But function can also be interpreted in a wider sense’ says Anna Teurnell, ARKET’s Head of Design, and continues: ‘For them, ARKET RUNNING is part of a mindful lifestyle. By running you can explore alternate routes in culture, your environment as well as nature, which feeds your body and soul. Their design is influenced by the notion of a modern runner, for whom performance and maintaining a balanced life go hand in hand’. For both men and women, the collection includes a windbreaker with reflective details made entirely from recycled polyester. In the men’s collection adding shorts in the same material, compression tights to pair with T-shirts, tights, and a warm-up fleece that combines a foundation of 80–90% recycled fibres with complementing materials for enhanced functionality. The whole collection comes in a black and grey colour palette with a wide selection of jackets and shorts in orange and camouflage print. Women’s collection will offer a set of high performance compression tights with a matching bra as well as garments in a high shine fabric and a fleece hoodie, adding a brand new take on traditional running gear. Matte colour scheme ranging from taupe to black which makes it really exciting and we cannot wait to share moe about it soon. ARKET® RUNNING will launch end of January, on arket.com and in the following selected ARKET stores in Stockholm, Gothenburg, Copenhagen, Amsterdam and London’s Covent Garden. Sign up at arket.com and follow @arketofficial @numero_netherlands on Instagram for updates. Beginning of this year marks the day  ARKET will introduce ARKET RUNNING, a new modern sportswear concept collection blending sustainable high-performance fabrics with a thoughtful minimalist aesthetic. The new collection has been developed by the brand’s design studio in Stockholm and will be launched online and in selected ARKET stores including Amsterdam end of January. ‘Running in Scandinavia is as much about finding peace with the weather - as with your own body and mind, meaning that function always comes first. But function can also be interpreted in a wider sense’ says Anna Teurnell, ARKET’s Head of Design, and continues: ‘For them, ARKET RUNNING is part of a mindful lifestyle. By running you can explore alternate routes in culture, your environment as well as nature, which feeds your body and soul. Their design is influenced by the notion of a modern runner, for whom performance and maintaining a balanced life go hand in hand’. For both men and women, the collection includes a windbreaker with reflective details made entirely from recycled polyester. In the men’s collection adding shorts in the same material, compression tights to pair with T-shirts, tights, and a warm-up fleece that combines a foundation of 80–90% recycled fibres with complementing materials for enhanced functionality. The whole collection comes in a black and grey colour palette with a wide selection of jackets and shorts in orange and camouflage print. Women’s collection will offer a set of high performance compression tights with a matching bra as well as garments in a high shine fabric and a fleece hoodie, adding a brand new take on traditional running gear. Matte colour scheme ranging from taupe to black which makes it really exciting and we cannot wait to share moe about it soon. ARKET® RUNNING will launch end of January, on arket.com and in the following selected ARKET stores in Stockholm, Gothenburg, Copenhagen, Amsterdam and London’s Covent Garden. Sign up at arket.com and follow @arketofficial @numero_netherlands on Instagram for updates.

Winter wonderland
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Winter wonderland

Fashion photographed by: Fabrizzio del Rincon styled by: Victor Vergara model: Linde at Paparazzi Model Management hair and make-up by: Carlos Saidel casting by: Timotej Letonja   photographed by: Fabrizzio del Rincon styled by: Victor Vergara model: Linde at Paparazzi Model Management hair and make-up by: Carlos Saidel casting by: Timotej Letonja  

Scotch & Soda launches eyewear collection
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Scotch & Soda launches eyewear collection

Accessories For Spring/Summer '20, Scotch & Soda introduces eyewear to its collection. Consisting of a wide number of styles for both men and women, the debut range plays on the brand's love of the unexpected, offering everything from twisted every-day classics to premium vintage-inspired pieces. Drawing inspiration from the landscapes of Hawaii - the home of Musa-Shiya, one of the original Hawaiian shirt - makers and the brand's muse of the season - tropical references shine through. They include colourful sunset gradients, palm-leaf engravings and tonal seascape-inspired lenses. Distinctive details appear throughout. The FULTON acetate cats-eye for women is finished with marble-effect arms, while the gold metal SOHO comes with gemstone nose pads. For men, 'Scotch & Soda' is etched onto the top bar of the RICHMOND, while the house logo - a sewing machine - appears on the titanium nose pads of the BROOKLYN. The eyewear launch adds to the brand's existing collection of accessories, and offers lovers of the label the opportunity to create head-to-toe Scotch & Soda looks. Available from January 2020 the collection will be stocked at Scotch & Soda stores, its website and selected opticians globally.   For Spring/Summer '20, Scotch & Soda introduces eyewear to its collection. Consisting of a wide number of styles for both men and women, the debut range plays on the brand's love of the unexpected, offering everything from twisted every-day classics to premium vintage-inspired pieces. Drawing inspiration from the landscapes of Hawaii - the home of Musa-Shiya, one of the original Hawaiian shirt - makers and the brand's muse of the season - tropical references shine through. They include colourful sunset gradients, palm-leaf engravings and tonal seascape-inspired lenses. Distinctive details appear throughout. The FULTON acetate cats-eye for women is finished with marble-effect arms, while the gold metal SOHO comes with gemstone nose pads. For men, 'Scotch & Soda' is etched onto the top bar of the RICHMOND, while the house logo - a sewing machine - appears on the titanium nose pads of the BROOKLYN. The eyewear launch adds to the brand's existing collection of accessories, and offers lovers of the label the opportunity to create head-to-toe Scotch & Soda looks. Available from January 2020 the collection will be stocked at Scotch & Soda stores, its website and selected opticians globally.  

Saint Laurent men's Spring & Summer 2020 campaign with Rami Malek
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Saint Laurent men's Spring & Summer 2020 campaign with Rami Malek

Fashion Art Direction: Anthony Vaccarello Director: David Sims Talent: Rami Malek ysl.com #YSL #SaintLaurent #YvesSaintLaurent @anthonyvaccarello Art Direction: Anthony Vaccarello Director: David Sims Talent: Rami Malek ysl.com #YSL #SaintLaurent #YvesSaintLaurent @anthonyvaccarello

Tommy Hilfiger reveals the Spring 2020 TommyXLewis collaboration
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Tommy Hilfiger reveals the Spring 2020 TommyXLewis collaboration

Fashion Tommy Hilfiger is pleased to reveal the Spring 2020 TommyXLewis collaborative collection co-designed by iconic American designer Tommy Hilfiger and six-time Formula OneTM World Champion and global brand ambassador for TOMMY HILFIGER men’s, Lewis Hamilton.The fourth collaborative collection between the American designer and British racing driver makes positive strides forward in sustainable practices and embraces the notion of “Style For All” - a belief that great style erases all boundaries in gender, age, ethnicity and body type. The Spring 2020 TommyXLewiscollection will be available on a gender-neutral tommy.com page and in select TOMMY HILFIGER stores and wholesale locations globally starting February 16, 2020. Fans of the brand can visit tommy.com from January 21, 2020 for a sneak peek of select styles that can be added to wish lists before the collection becomes available globally. In the lead-up to the collection’s launch, two unique pieces will be released online, providing a taste of the greater Spring 2020 collection’s aesthetic. The utilitarian TommyXLewis backpack will drop on January 28, 2020 and the TommyXLewis flag crew neck sweater will drop on February 5, 2020.  The Spring 2020 TommyXLewis collection fuses two worlds: the brand’s strong menswear heritage with Lewis’ streetwear style, celebrating iconic designs that embody the modern American wardrobe. Loyalty sits at the heart of the Spring 2020 TommyXLewis collection, and is reflected in pieces that nod to classic archive styles. Unexpected detailing, such as reversibility, adds function to classic outerwear silhouettes; new fits are seen on hoodies and cargo pants. Military blues and greens blend with neutral tones and neon pops, infusing the classic tracksuit, bomber jacket and field jacket with a modern edge. The Spring 2020TommyXLewis collaborative collection is more conscious than ever, with over 75% of the apparel featuring sustainable elements, including 100% organic cotton. Sorona®, which is made from a plant-based fiber, was used as a sustainable alternative to down. The collection also utilizes lower impact washes and recycled textiles on styles including denim pants and shorts, woven tops and the bleached trucker jacket. The collection will premiere at the TOMMYNOW runway experience at Tate Modern, The Tanks on February 16, 2020 in London, United Kingdom at 8 p.m. GMT.   Tommy Hilfiger is pleased to reveal the Spring 2020 TommyXLewis collaborative collection co-designed by iconic American designer Tommy Hilfiger and six-time Formula OneTM World Champion and global brand ambassador for TOMMY HILFIGER men’s, Lewis Hamilton.The fourth collaborative collection between the American designer and British racing driver makes positive strides forward in sustainable practices and embraces the notion of “Style For All” - a belief that great style erases all boundaries in gender, age, ethnicity and body type. The Spring 2020 TommyXLewiscollection will be available on a gender-neutral tommy.com page and in select TOMMY HILFIGER stores and wholesale locations globally starting February 16, 2020. Fans of the brand can visit tommy.com from January 21, 2020 for a sneak peek of select styles that can be added to wish lists before the collection becomes available globally. In the lead-up to the collection’s launch, two unique pieces will be released online, providing a taste of the greater Spring 2020 collection’s aesthetic. The utilitarian TommyXLewis backpack will drop on January 28, 2020 and the TommyXLewis flag crew neck sweater will drop on February 5, 2020.  The Spring 2020 TommyXLewis collection fuses two worlds: the brand’s strong menswear heritage with Lewis’ streetwear style, celebrating iconic designs that embody the modern American wardrobe. Loyalty sits at the heart of the Spring 2020 TommyXLewis collection, and is reflected in pieces that nod to classic archive styles. Unexpected detailing, such as reversibility, adds function to classic outerwear silhouettes; new fits are seen on hoodies and cargo pants. Military blues and greens blend with neutral tones and neon pops, infusing the classic tracksuit, bomber jacket and field jacket with a modern edge. The Spring 2020TommyXLewis collaborative collection is more conscious than ever, with over 75% of the apparel featuring sustainable elements, including 100% organic cotton. Sorona®, which is made from a plant-based fiber, was used as a sustainable alternative to down. The collection also utilizes lower impact washes and recycled textiles on styles including denim pants and shorts, woven tops and the bleached trucker jacket. The collection will premiere at the TOMMYNOW runway experience at Tate Modern, The Tanks on February 16, 2020 in London, United Kingdom at 8 p.m. GMT.  

Napapirji reveals Infinity. The first circular, 100% recyclable jacket
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Napapirji reveals Infinity. The first circular, 100% recyclable jacket

Fashion Blazing a trail in circular innovation, premium casualwear brand Napapijri today unveils Infinity, its firstcircular, 100% recyclable jacket embodying Napapijri’s mission to design a circular future for fashion. The first jacket of its kind, Infinity has been three years in the making. Its main breakthrough comes from an intensive, synergistic effort to innovate the way in which fashion impacts the environment through the employment of recyclable materials and circular economy models. Infinity’s main material innovation is its mono-material composition: its filling and trims are made fromNylon 6, while its fabric is made from ECONYL® Regenerated Nylon, a high-performance nylon 6 yarn recycled from discarded fishing nets and other waste materials. The use of one material allows for an easier recycling process - the jacket can enter the recycling machine as it is - and fibres are upcycled without losing any of their original characteristic or quality, which means that ECONYL®: Regenerated Nylon can be recycled again and again. By building Infinity using Nylon 6, Napapijri has created a virtuous circle where the jacket can be recycled and reimagined infinitely. The project marks a decisive step in Napapijri’s quest for innovative solutions in circular design. AsNapapijri’s Senior Marketing Director, Vicki Bohlbro, explains: “As a brand whose origins are firmlyplaced in the beautiful alpine landscape, the safeguard of nature has always been on top of our agenda. Now more than ever, we are aware of the pressing issues we are collectively asked to address. We have chosen to do so by pioneering the future of fashion with Infinity, a jacket that embodies our efforts to combine design, sustainability, and innovation to inspire a shift in the role ourindustry has to play in the preservation of the planet and its people through circularity”. To close the loop and make the innovation truly circular, Napapijri has developed a unique digital take-back programme through which the jacket can be returned and recycled. When purchasing Infinity, customers will be invited to register their jacket online through a unique identifier. In order to encourage mindful consumption, customers will have the option of returning their jacket only after two years from purchase. Infinity will then be processed into new yarn and new products. Upon returning the jacket, customers will receive a 100 Euro voucher to be used at napapijri.com for the purchase of their next Infinity product. “Napapijri is the first brand to take a jacket back to be recycled into new ECONYL® material thanks toour unique Regeneration System,” says Giulio Bonazzi, CEO of Aquafil (the makers ofECONYL®). “So, when the jacket reaches the end if its life, it is only the beginning. This is a real first.” Blazing a trail in circular innovation, premium casualwear brand Napapijri today unveils Infinity, its firstcircular, 100% recyclable jacket embodying Napapijri’s mission to design a circular future for fashion. The first jacket of its kind, Infinity has been three years in the making. Its main breakthrough comes from an intensive, synergistic effort to innovate the way in which fashion impacts the environment through the employment of recyclable materials and circular economy models. Infinity’s main material innovation is its mono-material composition: its filling and trims are made fromNylon 6, while its fabric is made from ECONYL® Regenerated Nylon, a high-performance nylon 6 yarn recycled from discarded fishing nets and other waste materials. The use of one material allows for an easier recycling process - the jacket can enter the recycling machine as it is - and fibres are upcycled without losing any of their original characteristic or quality, which means that ECONYL®: Regenerated Nylon can be recycled again and again. By building Infinity using Nylon 6, Napapijri has created a virtuous circle where the jacket can be recycled and reimagined infinitely. The project marks a decisive step in Napapijri’s quest for innovative solutions in circular design. AsNapapijri’s Senior Marketing Director, Vicki Bohlbro, explains: “As a brand whose origins are firmlyplaced in the beautiful alpine landscape, the safeguard of nature has always been on top of our agenda. Now more than ever, we are aware of the pressing issues we are collectively asked to address. We have chosen to do so by pioneering the future of fashion with Infinity, a jacket that embodies our efforts to combine design, sustainability, and innovation to inspire a shift in the role ourindustry has to play in the preservation of the planet and its people through circularity”. To close the loop and make the innovation truly circular, Napapijri has developed a unique digital take-back programme through which the jacket can be returned and recycled. When purchasing Infinity, customers will be invited to register their jacket online through a unique identifier. In order to encourage mindful consumption, customers will have the option of returning their jacket only after two years from purchase. Infinity will then be processed into new yarn and new products. Upon returning the jacket, customers will receive a 100 Euro voucher to be used at napapijri.com for the purchase of their next Infinity product. “Napapijri is the first brand to take a jacket back to be recycled into new ECONYL® material thanks toour unique Regeneration System,” says Giulio Bonazzi, CEO of Aquafil (the makers ofECONYL®). “So, when the jacket reaches the end if its life, it is only the beginning. This is a real first.”

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