March 2022 fashion news you need to catch up on


There’s plenty to celebrate in March. It’s Women’s History Month, we’ll soon be able to swap our winter sweaters for spring dresses, and above all, Bridgerton Season 2 returns on March 25. As you begin to prepare your wardrobe for the seasonal change (so crispy snow boots!), you’re probably on the hunt for some new pieces to add to your wardrobe. And, all the major brands and retailers are taking notice. The Marni x VEJA shoe collaboration, for example, counts on your desire to buy flat, comfortable shoes by offering a cool and artistic sneaker. Meanwhile, Levi’s recent partnership with artist Gianni Lee offers new versions of your favorite denim jackets and jeans from the brand (the perfect transitional must-haves from winter to spring, if you will).

Elsewhere, luxury brands like Burberry have opened a flagship store (in Paris) to remind everyone that shopping in person is infinitely more fun since you can interact with the products. This school of thought also explains Bloomingdale’s theory Bridgerton pop-up in its New York store. Fans of the show can drop by to shop, eat, and admire several original costumes from the hit Netflix series on display.

So far, the March fashion line-up is already proving to be hectic. Keep up to date with all the industry news, coming soon, and stay tuned for more information as this post will be updated with all the fresh fodder.

The hosts of Bloomingdale’s A Bridgerton Appear

Courtesy of Bloomingdale’s/DANIEL SALEMI

Before Bridgerton’s Release of season 2, Bloomingdale’s is hosting a pop-up store dedicated to the show in its flagship store in New York. While store windows will feature one-of-a-kind original costumes from the series (on display for the first time in the United States), customers can purchase limited-edition Regencycore pieces like Hope for Flowers by Tracy Reese and Malone Souliers. X Bridgerton. To continue the experience of high society, visitors to the Bridgerton Carousel pop-up can also enjoy a special Wedgwood tea bar.

Burberry unveils its Parisian flagship store

Courtesy of Burberry

The luxury house has opened a new three-storey flagship store on rue Saint-Honoré in Paris. Burberry worked with renowned architect Vincenzo de Cotiis on the design, and fans will immediately notice the brand’s base colors – beige, black, white and red – throughout the space. “The store represents everything we stand for as a brand – being authentic, bold and creative – and we look forward to inspiring our customers with a truly elevated British luxury experience in this iconic setting,” said Gianluca Flore, Director Burberry commercial. in a press release.

Marni x VEJA launch sneaker collaboration

Courtesy of Veja

VEJA’s V-10 and V-15 high-top sneakers feature Marni’s free-spirited aesthetic, expressed through a colorful scribble pattern. For eco-conscious consumers, the leather is sourced from Uruguayan farms and tanned in Brazil (in a tannery certified Gold by the Leather Working Group). As for the soles, they are made of 31% Amazonian rubber, 22% rice waste and 12% recycled rubber. Each pair has been assembled by hand. You can buy the sneakers now on Marni Or on VEJA websites.

UGG partners with Tschabalala Self

Courtesy of UGG

UGG teamed up with Harlem-born artist Tschabalala Self to reinterpret several shoe styles for the brand. Two-tone thigh-high boots and multicolored slippers reflect the artist’s bold, canvas-based mixed-media aesthetic. A few of the pieces in the collection have also been worn by performers who participated in Self’s experimental piece “Sounding Board”. The live performance debuted at Biennial Performa 2021 in Harlem. You can shop the the whole collection now on UGG and partner retailers like Moda Operandi.

Levi’s launches a collection with Gianni Lee

Courtesy of Levi’s

The Levi’s x Gianni Lee capsule collection features iconic Levi’s pieces, like the Type III Trucker Jacket, infused with unique design accents from Lee’s artwork. Here, the sleeves of the jacket feature colorful panels by the multidisciplinary visual artist. Lee’s designs were inspired by Egyptian designs, as well as Lee’s African lineage and odes to the beauty of the black body. You can shop the the whole collection on the Levi’s website.


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