Our favorite style icon, celebrated around the world, and the first official line of Coachella merchandise has just been released.
H&M teams up with Iris Apfel for an explosive collection
This week, a long-awaited collaboration between H&M and the fashion icon Iris Apfel went to live. Celebrating the century-old tastemaker known for her creative expression and timeless style, the range of bold and eclectic pieces are sure to spark a desire to dress off the beaten path. From OTT purple tulle shrugs to puffy layers of floral textiles, and even insect-inspired accessories, this dynamic project encapsulates many wonderful signposts of Apfel’s signature lifestyle.
StockX Launches First Official Coachella Merchandise Line
Coachella is by far the most iconic music and arts festival in the world, and it’s back this weekend for the first time in two years. To celebrate, Coachella made StockX the first brand to make official merchandise for the event. In 10 exciting and exclusive capsule collections, notable brands and designers have been tapped to create an assortment of fun graphic pieces featuring artists from the lineup, like Snoh Aalegra, Cuco, Vince Staples, Slowthai and more.
Dior launches the CD Diamond logo
Dior’s latest men’s project, CD Diamond, re-invent a graphic, clean logo originally designed by Marc Bohan in 1974. Resurrected by current creative director Kim Jones, it nonchalantly carries with it a contemporary feel this time around. Find this all-over motif on the iconic Saddle, the Dior Hit the Road backpack and the Dior Lock briefcase, as well as a multitude of smaller transport accessories.
Moscot goes monochromatic
Specification label Moscow takes a bold chance on its most popular style, the Lemtosh, and offers it in a compilation of vibrant colors. Matching the lens tint to the frame color seems kitschy at first, but the New York-based brand has done it in a way that adds a beautiful, elevated color accent to any look. Monochrome is in, vanilla is out. The limited edition collection is available until April 24.
Adidas and Allbirds reach a new low (in a good way)
Adidas and all the birds have just expanded their joint portfolio, and they’re doing more with less. Expertly maximizing performance with minimal material and the lowest carbon footprint ever achieved by any brand in a shoe, the Adizero x Allbirds 2.94 CO2e shoe is best in class. Available in four exciting new colorways, this is the biggest drop in the Adidas x Allbirds collaboration.
Lizzo’s new shapewear line is now available
Three years of hard work under Lizzo’s radar has resulted in a coveted shapewear brand. Yitty is a game-changing size brand that blurs the line between loungewear and outerwear. Gone are the days when ‘rules’ told you what to do – sexy silhouettes and bold colors and prints are intentionally used to make you want to show off your shapewear. The collection, made in partnership with sportswear company Fabletics, is available in sizes XS to 6X.
Knix collaborates with Betsey Johnson
Knix announced a new collaboration with iconic New York designer Betsey Johnson. Exuding individuality, character and adventure, the punk-rock fashion designer brought her punchy designs to the comfort and reliability of Knix. Complete with 41 pieces, the collection includes all of the fan favorites like the Evolution bra, underwear essentials and the modal sleep set.
J.Crew welcomes Marathon Watch Company for a second collaboration
Canadian Swiss-made military watch brand Marathon has joined J.Crew for a second year of collaboration. Featuring a tangerine colored dial with brown material straps, the Marathon Military Pilot’s Navigator Quartz is a highly accurate timepiece designed for everyday use and style.