Quannah Chasinghorse Fronts Mackage for SS22 + More Fashion News

Photograph by Tyler Mitchell

Including the completion of Dior’s 30 Avenue Montaigne makeover and a collection of Paris Hilton-approved sunglasses.

Quannah Chasinghorse Presents Mackage Spring 2022 Campaign

Photograph by Tyler Mitchell

Mackage Spring/Summer 2022 Protect What Grounds You campaign is here, featuring model and activist Quannah Chasinghorse. Photographed by Tyler Mitchell and wrapped in puffy layers of quilted fabrics and sun-washed hues, Chasinghorse exudes moments of stillness and strength, and a oneness with wind, water and terrain. The collection is made from 100% recycled nylon fabrics that know no limits when it comes to protection from the elements: think airy, breathable feel with water-repellent finishes.

Dior reopens 30 avenue Montaigne

Dior 30 Montaigne
Photograph courtesy of Dior

30 avenue Montaigne is an emblematic landmark on the fashion map. This is where Christian Dior set up shop 75 years ago, launching the fashion house’s very first collection and subsequently building an empire. After more than two years of renovations, the five floors mansion in Paris has been transformed into a very unique place for fashion lovers to discover the Dior universe in all its splendor.

Quay partners with Paris Hilton

Quay x Paris Hilton
Photograph courtesy of Quay

At a time when early 2000s revivals are taking over fashion, Paris Hilton, the Y2K queen herself, is making a comeback. Hilton – who is rarely seen without oversized sunglasses – has collaborated with Australian sunglasses brand Quay on a range of 12 specs, from sunglasses to prescription frames and even blue light filtering glasses. Together, the two will also partner with a non-profit organization Project Glow to help young women pursue their dreams.

Goodee presents its first ready-to-wear collection

Goodee ready to wear
Photograph courtesy of Goodee

Black Owned Certified B Corp Home & Lifestyle Marketplace Bye launches its very first ready-to-wear offerings: The Slow Wear Collection. Inspired by the notion of taking care of yourself in order to make time spent with others more meaningful and rooted in slow fashion, the neutral hoodie and track pants come in five colorways and are ready to let you to slow down.

Tiffany & Co. launches its second HardWear campaign with Blackpink’s Rosé

Tiffany & Co. HardWear Pink
Photograph by Mario Sorrenti

Tiffany & Co. the latest campaign features the Maison’s global ambassador Pink. Dressed in pre-existing, diamond-intensive designs from the brand’s HardWear collection, Rosé also teases the latest styles to be released throughout the year. So jewelry lovers, rejoice. The campaign launches worldwide on March 14, literally painting the streets in pink, gold and silver.

Smash + Tess releases a Barbie collection

Smash + Tess x Barbie
Photography courtesy of Smash + Tess

It’s a Barbie world! Smash + Tess collaborated with Barbie to celebrate International Women’s Day, releasing a playful selection of rompers, t-shirts and pants, all in Pantone’s Barbie Pink shade. It’s fantastic.

Veja and Marni give us the ultimate DIY-inspired sneaker

Veja x Marni
Photograph courtesy of Veja x Marni

Unorthodox luxury brand Marni and sneaker maker Veja are collaborating to release two styles of shoes. Marrying contemporary and classic, the two brands have formulated the ultimate pop of color for your wardrobe. It’s a total embrace of DIY culture.

Lambert designs quilted bags

The accessories brand Lambert is launching a quilted collection. The tried-and-tested cushioned handbag trend hits the Montreal brand on March 17, and they’re straight out of our dreams. Shop the range at designlambert.com.

Nordstrom and Mach & Mach team up on an exclusive capsule

Mach & Mach Nordström
Photograph courtesy of Nordstrom

To celebrate Mach & Mach’s arrival at Nordstrom, the luxury department store is offering an exclusive capsule collection of shoes, apparel and accessories inspired by “the fresh and playful look of the fairy tale-themed universe. fairies of the year 2000”. Available at Pacific Center in Vancouver, BC and on Nordstrom.cathese pieces of clothing are sure to satisfy even the most stylish shoe lovers.


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