Here’s the Fashion News You Need to Know This Week

The Y / Project x Canada Goose collaboration is here

If you’re in the market to step up your outerwear game, the new six-piece collection from Paris-based avant-garde brand Y / Project and Canada Goose could be just what you’re looking for – and more. There are many eclectic looks in the capsule – which will be officially released on October 28th – like Le Parka Sans Nom, which can be worn in two ways (and comes in two colors). The hood offered is reversible and the Hybridge sweater comes with removable panels. In other words, vive le choix!

BOSS works with the sportswear brand Russell Athletic

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Images courtesy of BOSS.

Earlier this week, BOSS piqued the interest of sports fans (and literally everyone else who asserts themselves in the most comfortable clothing) by announcing that they are teaming up with sportswear brand Russell Athletic for a collection due out next March. “Casualization is an important element in our BOSS collections. Therefore, it is the perfect time to work with a pioneer in this field,” said Ingo Wilts, Chief Brand Officer of Hugo Boss, in a press release. “Russell Athletic invented the sweatshirt almost 100 years ago. It was a great experience to work with a brand with such a legacy and expertise in sportswear.” The publishing house and the creative agency Highsnobiety added a touch of cultural cache to the collaboration to produce their campaign.

You still have a week to order your Holiday BlingBox from Lofttan

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Photography by EZH Photos.

For those planning their locally-focused gift list for the year, accessory brand Lofttan is taking orders for their unique offering, the Holiday BlingBox, through Sunday November 1st. The set includes a handmade necklace and a pair of earrings with interchangeable options. For example, the earrings can be taken apart for a smaller style.

A purchase of the BlingBox, with a portion of the proceeds going to the Lydia Ruth Fund, founded by Lofttan’s owner and lead designer April Mitchell-Boudreau in honor of her great-grandmother, also offers the option to do a one-hour zoom on Call Mitchell-Boudreau to learn more about their craft and the different ways the pieces can be worn. “With my indigenous roots and my experience as a mother, wife, friend and person on this beautiful planet, I know that it is important not only to give our customers the opportunity to express themselves creatively by playing with the jewelry, but also creating a product that has an awareness, ”said Mitchell-Boudreau in a statement. “Less waste, focused on slow fashion and convertibles – the BlingBOX is something that will never go out of style. And with every purchase, we donate a portion of the proceeds to a fund that focuses on providing scholarships to indigenous students in the arts – as we truly believe in the healing powers of the arts. ”

Vancouver Fashion Week is practically happening today and tomorrow

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Photography courtesy Imaxtree.

As the final fashion week to go virtual, Vancouver Fashion Week – which also features a children’s clothing schedule – will host fashion slideshows and movies later this weekend from 12 noon PST. Brands on display in spring 2021 include Calgary Faun Studio, Portland-based designer Jordan Kendrick, and Japanese unisex label Libere. Tomorrow the VFW site will be streaming fashion films from around the world.

Tiffany & Co. has gone wild with a new set of glamorous brooches

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Photography courtesy Tiffany & Co.

Since launching the Save the Wild collection in 2017, Tiffany & Co. has raised over $ 8 million for the Wildlife Conservation Network to support the Elephant Crisis Fund, Lion Recovery Fund, and Rhino Recovery Fund. Just in time for the holidays, the Philanthropic Menagerie of 3D Pieces recently welcomed a selection of brooches made from a range of precious metals with additional embellishments such as diamonds and tsavorites.

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