Top International Fashion News of the Week | 13.02.22

Jimmy Choo collaborates with Mugler

Barbie Ferreira is the new face of YSL Beauty and New York Fashion Week starts with a bang. Stay up to date with the latest international fashion news of the week.

The Paris Fashion Week schedule is here

The Paris Fashion Week schedule has arrived and it features 95 houses, 45 of which will be in-person shows – only 13 shows will be digital. The FW22 range includes must-haves including Vivienne Westwood, Dior, Louis Vuitton, Marine Serre and Balenciaga. Louis Vuitton and Off-White will present their first shows following the death of Virgil Abloh – the latter will pay tribute to the late designer in a presentation.

This year, The Row – owned by Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen – will show its collection for the first time since 2016. The show will be for customers only. Vetements spin-off brand Vtmnts will also present its debut collection, with Guram Gvasalia at the helm. The event will run from February 28 to March 8, starting with Off-White and ending with Chanel and Miu Miu.

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New York Fashion Week FW22

New York Fashion Week has released its calendar for the FW22 season. Starting February 11 and ending on February 16, there will be a wide range of digital and in-person shows hosted via live streaming and other digital formats. Houses showcasing their collections during the week include Brandon Maxwell, LaQuan Smith, Dion Lee, Telfar and Peter Do. On Friday, Christian Cowan The Blonds and Proenza Schouler showcased their collections, the former featuring a series of color-blocked pieces, structured cuts and loose shirts.

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Bad Bunny Fronts Jacquemus Campaign

Bad Bunny is the face of the new Jacquemus campaign. The Puerto Rican rapper appears in the photos wearing the brand’s latest collection, The Splash. Tom Kneller and Zoey Radford shot the campaign in Miami, with the musician lounging by the pool and riding a jet ski while wearing nothing but a magenta puffer jacket. In other snaps, he sports a pink mini dress with blue mules, a green suit and other pieces from the collection.

This isn’t the last time he will work with the label, the label said in an Instagram post. Known for his fluid fashion sense, the rapper explained that he wanted to pay homage to stars who broke gender barriers before him. “Because people before me have done what I do, breaking the rules and pushing the boundaries… But maybe I came here at the right time,” he said. “With the right force…everything is aligned.”

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Barbie Ferreira named YSL Beauty ambassador

Barbie Ferreira is the new star of YSL Beauty. The actress and model, better known as Kat on HBO’s Euphoria, stars in a campaign for the brand, wearing black leather pants and a black bodysuit with minimal makeup. To reach the Gen Z audience, she joins the group of “beauty icons” established by the label. The first product she promotes is her Lash Clash mascara, but she will soon represent YSL’s signature fragrance, Black Opium, in a digital campaign.

“Barbie represents the brand’s vision for the future, pushing the boundaries of culture and beauty with freedom of expression at our core,” the brand said during the announcement. “We recognize her as a unique and inspired creator who inspires her community to embrace her edge and individuality.”

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Jimmy Choo collaborates with Mugler

Jimmy Choo collaborates with Casey Cadwallader Mugler in a new shoe capsule collection. The collection celebrates female empowerment and champions femininity and includes lace-up stilettos and Mugler-style sock boots. “Our women are strong, glamorous and in control. Here, our women are literally at the center of every image: they are the stars,” said Sandra Choi, Creative Director of Mugler.

“There is an inherent connection between Mugler’s language and Jimmy Choo’s language,” Choi continued. “Our roots in the 1990s, the resonance they have today with a younger generation, but the urge to update, reorganize and not just revive.” The capsule debuted with an event in West Hollywood, featuring Dixie D’Amelio, Chantel Jeffries, Megan Fox and more. The collection is available for purchase in-store and online.

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