In addition, Fillipa K launches glasses and Fendi releases a new book.
Dior’s new capsule collection is fully metallic
Why wear a neutral when you can wear a metallic? This spring, Dior is launching a capsule collection which is an ode to gold. Titled “Dior Or”, the range includes classic handbags like the “Lady Dior” and the “Book Tote” reinterpreted in brilliant hues of blue, pink, gold and silver. These styles are sure to sell out fast, so go to dior.com for all the details.
Zvelle’s iconic apartments are back
Instead of wearing your heart on your sleeve, wear your heart on your shoes with Zvelle‘s ‘Rayna’, now available in six new colours. Known for their signature upside-down heart shape, the ‘Raynas’ were actually the first style founder and creative director Elle AyoubZadeh ever designed and have since become an instant classic. Whether you’re new to these shoes or you’ve been a lifelong fan, there’s something for everyone.
Filippa K partners with Chimi Eyewear
Philip K. launched its very first collection of sunglasses in collaboration with Chimi Eyewear. The new assortment features both round and more angular styles and combines the effortless ease of the beloved Scandinavian brand with the eyewear designer’s on-trend yet timeless silhouettes.
Artistic director Kim Jones is the main character in Fendi’s latest book
In September 2020, Kim Jones was named Creative Director of Fendi’s couture and womenswear lines and transformed the Italian brand overnight. In Rizzoli’s new book The Fendi Set: From Bloomsbury to Borghese, Jones shares the story of his fascination with the Bloomsbury Set: a community of early 20th century British writers, intellectuals and artists who became the focal point of all his collections and creative process. Sure to please Anglophiles and fashion enthusiasts alike, it’s a must-have for any stylish coffee table.
Reformation’s New Jeans Look Great and Feel Good
Sustainability has always been a priority for Reformation, so it makes sense that its new “Circular Denim” collection is inspired by this philosophy. Made with off-cuts, the LA brand’s latest offering uses recycled cotton to create ultra-trendy styles like high-rise jeans and a ’90s-inspired denim dress. A favorite among celebrities and influencers, wait You see many of these pieces popping up on social media.
Lambert arrives in Toronto
You wanted to visit Lambert but you couldn’t? Now is your chance to shop the Quebec brand in Toronto, thanks to its Purse & Nail Truck. The hot pink pop-up arrives in the Liberty Market parking lot and will showcase Lambert’s new spring collection (a pastel daydream) as well as Naked Beauty Bar, who are on hand to do manicures.
Wear the rainbow with RADO
RADO has got you covered if you’re looking to embrace the dopamine dress trend but aren’t quite ready to rock a full neon green ensemble. The new collection of the watch brand “True Thinline Les Couleurs Le Corbusier” is inspired by the Franco-Swiss architect whose name it bears and his love of color. Crafted from high-tech ceramic, these watches are RADO’s thinnest to date and would be a perfect addition to any spring outfit.