RealReal and Gypsy Sport recycled denim + More fashion news

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Photography by Ana Kras

Including a new pair of sustainably produced elbow-length opera gloves.

Gypsy Sport and The RealReal recycle denim

Photography by Ana Kras

Despite the iconic look linked to classic blue denim, it is a fairly polluting textile. So, to challenge the garment’s impact on the environment, Gypsy Sport designer Rio Uribe has teamed up with online luxury resale marketplace The RealReal to create a gender-neutral collection of recycled denim. Using iconic denim treatments and Gypsy Sport appliqués, old items that wouldn’t otherwise be sold on The RealReal have been reimagined into pieces like jeans, jackets, corsets, a mini dress and more . They will wait for a new home on TheRealReal.com and in The RealReal’s Brooklyn store.

This swimwear brand takes a trip above sea level

Ocin re: current batch 02
Photograph by Kenta Goto

Once again, the Canadian swimwear brand Ocine mingles goods out of the water. On Earth Day, the second wave of its recycled streetwear collection, dubbed re:current batch 02, was launched. Designed alongside Hayato Koshizuka of Kamuy Vintage and rooted in the essence of inspiring thoughtful relationships with what we own and consume, this fashion assortment uses unique embroidery and screen-printed patterns to breathe new life into old objects.

Hugo goes to Palm Springs

Hugo Coachella House
Photograph courtesy of Hugo

It’s officially festival season and Hugo kicked it off with the ultimate party. The newly renamed label held a series of events in the Coachella Valley last weekend at its exclusive Hugo House, a creative hub for TikTokers and talent, and at the Hugo x Soho Desert House pop-up. It was a hotspot at Coachella, attracting actors like Riverdalethis is Charles Melton, Euphoriaby Chloe Cherry, Rob Raco and FASHIONMarch 2022 cover star Dilone. Viral TikTok creators could also be found in this space, creating #HUGOYourWay content to share with millions around the world.

Melanie Auld wants you to play with your jewelry

Melanie Auld Jewelery spacers on hoop earrings
Photograph courtesy of Melanie Auld

This week, Vancouver-based brand Melanie Auld introduced a new jewelry category to its list. Welcome to the very versatile Spacers, best described as dangling beads that merge function with the beauty of craftsmanship. These charming earrings stack perfectly on necklace chains, hoop earrings and bracelets to create endless accessory options from bright and colorful to sophisticated and understated. It’s up to you.

Be the drama in these chic yet circular gloves

Nonie
Photograph courtesy of Nonie

It’s a good day to put on a pair of opera gloves. Canadian brand Nonie has just launched the newest and most fabulous addition to our wardrobes, a stylish pair of black elbow-length gloves. And the best part is that they are completely circular. Zero waste gloves are produced from recycled materials and are recyclable at the end of their life, so the only thing we have to question is, do durable opera gloves make fashion more dramatic or less dramatic?

Athleta Girls teams up with Simone Biles for a limited edition collection

Athleta x Simone Biles
Photograph courtesy of Athleta

For Olympic medalist and gymnast Simone Biles, designing a sportswear collection has been a lifelong dream. That’s why her first collection with Athleta Girls is so impactful.

“My inspiration behind this collection was to create clothes that were both cute and comfortable and could be worn from school to practice while uplifting girls and encouraging them to pursue their dreams,” Biles said in a statement. hurry. This limited-edition line for girls ages 6-12 features a mix of shiny and matte fabrics, bright colors and clever designs.

Oscar Wylee releases new glasses

Photograph courtesy of Oscar Wylee

Take a look at Oscar Wylee’s new Lunar Ultems jewelry collection. Hot to turn high-grade thermoplastic into fashion-forward eyewear and sun visors, the spec brand has married futurism with fashion, and it’s never looked better.

Canada Goose presents its new generation fleece

Canada Goose style fleece
Photograph courtesy of Canada Goose

Kind Fleece is the new asset of Canada goose outerwear collection. Debuting via four new zip-up styles, this ultra-soft and breathable fabric is made from a blend of recycled wool, wood-based Tencel Lyocell and plant-based Sorona Polymer, bolstering the brand’s achievements in matter of sustainability to keep the planet and people cold. warm top.

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