Shoppers, start your engines — this collection is sure to sell out in seconds!
H&M and Mugler will collaborate on a collection for Spring 2023
In the immortal words of RuPaul: racers, start your engines — and may the first person in line for the upcoming H&M x Mugler collection win! On February 22, the Scandinavian retailer announced that it would be collaborating with the iconic French house Mugler for its Spring 2023 designer series. Not many details have been revealed yet but, like previous designer collabs, we expect the assortment to be sold out in seconds.
Frank And Oak is going totally green
Frank And Oak has always had sustainability top of mind, and now the Canadian brand is transitioning to being 100 per cent responsible. What exactly does that look like? According to a press release, Frank And Oak’s “complete collection now either contains low-impact, cruelty-free, organic, biodegradable, or recycled fibres, or the products are manufactured using industry-leading technologies and processes.” Conscious consumption never looked so good.
Revamp your sunnies with COS x Linda Farrow
Wish away the Canadian winter with COS’s collaboration with sunglass designer Linda Farrow. The style quotient is high as the luxury accessory designer’s quintessential 1970s flair comes out full force and delightfully mixes with the Scandinavian brand’s minimalist aesthetic. On offer is a five-piece assortment that’s sure to please all savvy sartorialists, and the chance to dream of warmer weather.
Sketchers x DVF is all about love
What better way to celebrate Valentine’s Day all year round than with the Sketchers and Diane von Furstenberg collection? Titled “Endless Kisses,” the collaboration features a series of activewear, runners and slides, all decorated with pink and red lip motifs. What’s more, according to the brand, this is just the first drop of many, so expect more cute and comfortable clothing and shoes in the coming months.
Eliza Faulkner looks to Marie Antoinette for spring
No cake, no problem. For Eliza Faulkner’s spring collection, the Montreal designer was inspired by Marie Antoinette and “that feeling of joy and possibility that young women have when they’re all together.” Full of puff sleeves, toile-covered corsets, and ruffled accents, her new offering is playful, feminine and worthy of the French royal.