Shaniqwa Jarvis Teams With X-Girl to Drop Capsule Collection at Social Studies NY

STREET-SMART FASHION: The streetwear brand X-Girl has lined up portrait photographer Shaniqwa Jarvis for its latest collaboration.
Compact to the degree that only three items are offered, the styles are available through Sunday at Social Studies NY, a multipurpose space and pop-up. To help spread the word about the collaboration, photographer Chandler Kennedy shot the painter and model Monica Hernandez wearing the assortment. A “Mini Me” crewneck sweatshirt retails for $ 95, the $ 50 “Too Many Rich People in NY” T-shirt and the $ 50 “Less, Less, Less” tote bag, which was hand-dyed by Jarvis, are up-for-grabs.
Jarvis, who has shot for Gap, Supreme, Riposte and others, dove into the capsule collection sector last year for the launch of her Baque Creative Press-published book. Started by musician Kim Gordon and stylist Daisy von Furth in 1994, the X-Girl brand has renewed its focus on New York, and is on the lookout for new talent and creatives that align with the brand. The company has more than 100 stores in Japan and has loyalists like Chloë Sevigny and Sofia Coppola. Early on, the Lafayette Street-rooted label rallied young feminists and that ethos remains.
Housed in Milk Studios, Social Studies NY builds from the success of last year’s Social

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Alice + Olivia Unveils Capsule Featuring Artwork of Keith Haring

Alice + Olivia by Stacey Bendet is unveiling a capsule collection featuring the artwork of Keith Haring.
Past Alice + Olivia collaborations include Domingo Zapata, Jean-Michel Basquiat and Donald Robertson. The collection will be available today.
When Bendet was designing the resort 2019 collection, colors such as canary, cherry and cobalt were featured heavily, reminding her of Haring’s work, the company said. His signature, vibrant, fun palette of primary colors embodied Bendet’s creative spirit, which inspired the capsule collection of ready-to-wear and accessories featuring Haring’s trademark dancing figures and prints in patchwork collages.
“I have always been a fan of Keith Haring’s work — the colors and graphics,” Bendet said. “He was also one of the first artists to advance social causes, and I think at this time in our world, it’s especially important to support artists who have made a difference.”
Haring, whose work responded to urban street culture of the Eighties, died in 1990 at the age of 31. He was inspired by the graffiti artists whose marks covered the city’s subway cars.
The Keith Haring x Alice + Olivia capsule collection includes a dancing figures print on a leather jacket, reversible bomber, cardigan, T-shirts, ballgown skirts, a clutch and booties, and a

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Pharrell Williams Designs Capsule Collection for Chanel

RHYME AND REASON: Pharrell Williams arrived at Chanel’s first show in Bangkok on Wednesday night wearing a yellow hoodie festooned with sparkly CC and Coco logos — a wink to a new Chanel and Pharrell ready-to-wear and accessories capsule he did for spring 2019.
Chanel said the collection would debut exclusively on March 29, at its new Seoul flagship boutique, followed by select Chanel boutiques around the world from April 4.
Williams has appeared in campaigns for Chanel, composed a song for an original film by Karl Lagerfeld in tandem with its Paris-Salzburg show, and collaborated on Adidas sneakers for a Chanel installation at Colette in Paris last year.
Chanel confirmed the project in a press release, but gave no details about the size of the range or prices. The French house reprised its cruise show in Thailand’s capital with a new decor installed on the banks of the Chao Phraya river.

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Hugo Boss Teams With Jeremyville on Holiday Capsule

Every year, Hugo Boss commissions an artist to create a special collection to commemorate the Chinese New Year and the holiday season. Some years it’s easier, like 2018, the Year of the Dog, when the German brand worked with artist Julian Meagher to create Playforever, a collection centered around race cars where a dog is featured in the driver’s seat.
But 2019 will be the Year of the Pig, which creative director Ingo Wilts admitted “was a little bit challenging. How can we do Hugo Boss and a pig in a fun way?”

The sneakers are printed with pigs and other characters. 

But when the brand found New York City-based artist Jeremyville, he soon put its fears to rest. The artist offered up a colorful cityscape featuring an array of characters, including pigs, that the brand put on accessories such as bags and shoes as well as apparel. The characters were printed onto leather accessories in a relief design, a leather backpack features a Jeremyville rabbit, and a sneaker has a raised pig motif. There are also dress shirts, sweatshirts, tees and bombers as well as figurines, charms and iPhone cases.

The Jeremyville backpack for Hugo Boss. 

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MCM Partners With Nordstrom on Pop-ups, Capsule Collection

MCM has partnered with Nordstrom on pop-up shops to house an exclusive capsule collection.
Nordstrom vice president of creative projects Olivia Kim worked with the MCM team to delve through its archives and unearth retro styles for the project. Merchandise will become available for sale on Oct. 5 in select Nordstrom stores as well as online.
In addition to handbags and accessories, the MCM pop-ups will also feature hats by New Era, Everlast boxing gloves, Wilson basketballs and Champion sweaters — all utilizing MCM’s monogram material. The pop-up spaces, operated through the Pop-in@Nordstrom program, will remain open through Nov 11.
“I have been a longtime fan of MCM and it was an incredible experience to travel to Korea last year to visit the archives and have the opportunity to reimagine some of their most iconic styles through our creative lens,” Kim said. “Our goal is always to provide newness for our customers and continue to fuel their sense of discovery. Not only are we offering custom editions of MCM’s handbags and leather goods, we are offering an unexpected range of exclusive MCM product in collaboration with brands like Wilson, Everlast, Champion and New Era. We wanted this collection to feel approachable, inclusive and

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Boss Celebrates Heritage With ‘Made in Germany’ Capsule

BERLIN — Hugo Boss is keeping things close to home with its latest capsule collection: Boss “Made in Germany.”
While the Metzingen-based giant is more normally inclined to emphasize its global expertise, Boss is now openly celebrating its heritage with a 12-piece capsule for men and women designed and manufactured in Germany.
“Made in Germany” is not exactly new for Boss, pointed out chief brand officer Ingo Wilts. The brand’s full canvas suits are all produced in Boss headquarters. “But we’re proud to be the biggest premium fashion-maker in Germany, and thought it would be great to do something German and celebrate our heritage.”
He added, “We also know that whenever we go outside Germany, in France or Asia, for example, they really appreciate [articles] made in Germany. Though it was a big effort to find someone who makes knits and leathers here.” The lion’s share of the collection, which has a natty tailored slant, was manufactured at Boss headquarters in Metzingen.
Built on the brand’s tailoring DNA and working with Italian fabrics exclusively developed for Boss, the collection features six revamped classics each for men and women. Men have their pick of a double-breasted coat and blouson in a bonded wool check, a burgundy

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Fendi to Release Mania Capsule

MILAN — Picking up from a few looks teased in February on the fall runway, Fendi is rolling out a capsule collection based on the Fendi/Fila logo created by Instagram artist @hey_reilly. Called Fendi Mania, the capsule will hit stores on Oct. 16 with special events planned for New York, Beverly Hills, Paris, London, Moscow, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Tokyo and Kuwait.
“We are obsessed with Fendi and we want to share this obsession,” said chief executive officer Serge Brunschwig with a laugh. “The mania started with the fall show, but now it’s a more expansive and important capsule targeting men, women and children [ages three to 12], all together for the first time.”
Brunschwig, who joined Fendi in February from Dior Homme, succeeding Pietro Beccari, said that after the FF Reloaded project and the brand’s revisitation of the FF logo, Mania was “an interesting way to express the Fendi identity. It’s a very luxurious collection, very creative and with plenty of our fur.”
The bold Fendi Mania logo appears in two color combinations, red with blue and yellow with white, also with graphic diagonal stripes and is combined with the FF logo on precious mink coats and reversible bombers. The Fendi Mania logo also

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Danielle Guizio Teams With FDNY to Create Limited-Edition Capsule Collection

FOUR-ALARM FASHION: With a few relatives who are firefighters, Danielle Guizio understands the round-the-clock dedication that goes with the job. Now the New York-based contemporary designer has created a capsule collection with the New York City Fire Department. Developed to honor the work of New York’s bravest, the nine-piece collection of genderless streetwear features FDNY logos and incorporates uniform accents and fire truck insignia.
Four years into her own company, Guizio started her career as a stylist, working with Lady Gaga’s stylist among others. More recently, she started doing a little personal shopping on the side at the request of her friends including Halsey, whom she first met six years ago. One of Giuzio’s childhood friends is now the musician’s manager. The designer said she first got to know of Halsey via the Internet. “It might have even been before Instagram,” she said.
The pair became friends during their leaner days, when each was trying to make their way. At that time, Halsey was sleeping on the floor with two of Giuzio’s other friends in a New York apartment. As for lending a hand to Gaga’s wardrobe, Guizio said she grew up singing and dancing to the six-time Grammy winner’s music in

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EXCLUSIVE: Karl Lagerfeld Teams With Puma for Capsule Range

IT TAKES TWO: It’s a busy season for the Karl Lagerfeld brand, which is gearing up for the worldwide launch on Oct. 19 of a men’s and women’s capsule with Puma. It caps the sports brand’s Suede 50 program of collaborations marking the 50th anniversary of its original Suede sneaker. While originally focused on the shoe, the project grew into a 13-piece capsule fusing the brands’ respective codes.
Items include a women’s cropped T-shirt and jumpsuit based on Puma’s archive T7 tracksuit with 7-mm. stripes. Men’s pieces include a slim-fit hoodie with matching sweatpants and logo T-shirts. A backpack, shoulder bag and baseball cap sport custom Karl Lagerfeld x Puma branding, with prices for the capsule ranging from 40 euros to 175 euros.
The line includes two unisex Suede sneakers inspired by Lagerfeld’s personal style: a tuxedo jacket, high white collar, tie and sunglasses — reinterpreted through graphics, say, or in playful details like removable sunglasses.
The collection will be available for pre-sale at karl.com and puma.com from Oct. 18, rolling out to Karl Lagerfeld and Puma stores as well as selected retailers worldwide the next day.
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EXCLUSIVE: Karl Lagerfeld Unveils Kaia Gerber Capsule

PARIS — The Karl Lagerfeld brand has lifted the curtain on rising model-of-the-moment Kaia Gerber’s first big design project — a capsule set to launch on Aug. 30.
Marking the company’s largest collaborative project to date, the sporty mix-and-match line, dubbed Karl Lagerfeld x Kaia, will be released exclusively on Karl.com and with a yet-to-be-announced e-commerce player for a period of two weeks before rolling out to a network of premium retailers internationally. The launch will be accompanied by a series of events in Los Angeles, New York and Paris this fall.
Encompassing ready-to-wear, accessories, footwear, sunglasses and jewelry, the day-to-night capsule carries a Paris-to-L.A. story line, with Gerber — Cindy Crawford’s 16-year-old daughter and doppelgänger — injecting a contemporary Malibu-cool vibe into the looks.
Items include a wetsuit-inspired bodysuit emblazoned with the Karl Lagerfeld x Kaia logo; logo hoodies and biker jackets, and a double-breasted tuxedo jacket worn as a dress and paired with thigh-high socks and a cap to give an American teenager vibe à la Britney Spears.

A look from the Karl Lagerfeld x Kaia capsule. 
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All the Lagerfeld signature black is balanced with touches of soft pink, including a look pairing a chunky sweater with a leather miniskirt. Accessories include monogram chokers,

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Belstaff Teams with McLaren Automotive on Capsule to Debut at Pitti

LONDON — The racetrack is fast becoming the new runway as fashion and luxury brands strike deals with motorsport companies for special collections.
Michael Kors and Tommy Hilfiger have both aligned their brands with Formula One, and now Belstaff is set to unveil a limited-edition capsule collection with McLaren Automotive, WWD has learned.
The collection includes 10 men’s pieces and three women’s outerwear pieces. For men, there is all-season trilayer outerwear and a gilet, lightweight stretch nylon outerwear, a performance leather jacket, suiting and shirting for the weekend.
Women’s includes three outerwear styles in all-season trilayer, lightweight stretch nylon and performance leather. The pieces have ergonomic seam lines and innovative stretch fabrics for a full range of movement, Belstaff said.
It will be previewed at Pitti Uomo ahead of the consumer launch in November. Belstaff x McLaren will be available at Belstaff stores globally, online, at select retail partners and McLaren Automotive Dealerships.
Key design details include mesh ventilation systems, pivot armholes, padded shoulders, concealed micro pockets, minimal necklines to aid peripheral vision and extended rear hems for driving. The collection has been made from lightweight, breathable and water resistant fabrics, and each garment has a rubberized printed serial identification number, aligned with McLaren cars’ naming

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Woolmark Partners With 3.1 Phillip Lim on Fall Capsule

The Woolmark Co. has teamed with 3.1 Phillip Lim to develop a fall collection and ad campaign.
Collaborating with Woolmark, designer Phillip Lim sourced a selection of innovative fabrics and yarns to produce 24 key women’s wear pieces designed with Australian merino wool. The capsule also includes Lim’s first production of a wool puffer coat, which will be featured in the campaign.
Lim and Woolmark will host special in-store events at select Saks Fifth Avenue and Lane Crawford locations, timed with the capsule’s delivery in October.
“Our ‘Merino Series’ speaks to the spirit of individuality, a core tenet of the 3.1 Phillip Lim brand ethos,” said Lim. “For this capsule, we wanted to utilize wool in unexpected ways and reimagine its boundaries. We explored the character of a lavish nomad with colors, dusted by the sun, silhouettes patch-worked together and playful, exaggerated proportions — an eclecticism collected from travel and memory.
“Whether it is the oversized puffer coat, the checked suit, or the color-blocked panne-pressed trench, I found the breadth and possibility within the material to be quite compelling for the modern woman’s wardrobe,” said the designer.

3.1 Phillip Lim and Woolmark have teamed up for fall capsule. 

Stuart McCullough, managing director of The Woolmark Co.,

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Michael Kors Collaborates With Artist David Downton for Special Capsule

THE ART OF THE SKETCH: Michael Kors has teamed with renowned fashion artist David Downton on a special capsule collection. The designs will be shown at the Michael Kors runway show at the Beaumont Theater at Lincoln Center Wednesday at 10 a.m. The capsule will hit stores this fall.
While additional details weren’t divulged, it is believed that the illustrations will appear on handbags.
In 1966, Downton was commissioned to draw at the Paris couture by a Sunday supplement and since then his illustrated reports from the shows have appeared in such publications as Vogue, Vanity Fair, Harper’s Bazaar and The New York Times. His commercial client list includes Chanel, Dior, Tiffany & Co., Topshop, Joyce Hong Kong, Harrods, Estée Lauder and the V&A Museum. He has also produced portraits of some celebrities including Cate Blanchett, Dita Von Teese, Catherine Deneuve and Linda Evangelista.
“This is our first collaboration with an artist for Michael Kors Collection, and it is very personal. David captures people’s essence and style without feeling the need to draw every detail about them — it’s the magic of a great illustrator,” Kors said.

Michael Kors Collection “Lola” illustration by David Downton. 
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Following the show, Kors will host an intimate dinner

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EXCLUSIVE: Kaia Gerber Designs Capsule Collection With Karl Lagerfeld

PARIS — Move over, Gigi — there’s a new “It” girl in town.
Only three months after her stellar debut catwalk season, Kaia Gerber has inked her first big design collaboration, with Karl Lagerfeld, no less. The 16-year-old daughter of Cindy Crawford has worked on a capsule collection that will hit stores in September, WWD has learned exclusively.
Consisting of ready-to-wear and accessories, including footwear, sunglasses and jewelry, the line is described as blending Lagerfeld’s Parisian chic aesthetic and Gerber’s signature West Coast casual style, which has garnered her 2.7 million followers on Instagram.
The Karl Lagerfeld x Kaia collection will launch globally in Karl Lagerfeld stores, online at Karl.com and with select wholesale partners.
Lagerfeld singled out Gerber as a rising talent months before her breakout season in September, which saw her walk the catwalk for 18 brands, including Calvin Klein, Prada, Saint Laurent and Versace.
She ended it with an honor most seasoned models would die for: Opening the Chanel show for Lagerfeld, who in addition to heading his own label is creative director of Chanel and Italian fur specialist Fendi.
“When Karl first told us his idea to collaborate with Kaia, we were all excited by the incredible potential and power of bringing their

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Joules to Release ‘Peter Rabbit’ Movie Children’s Capsule Collection

JOULES HOPS ON IT: Joules, the British lifestyle brand, will launch a “Peter Rabbit” children’s capsule collection that ties in with the movie that will be in theaters Feb. 9.
The capsule includes jersey denim jackets, tops, raincoats, rain boots and bags featuring the mischievous bunny and his friends, Mrs. Tiggy-Winkle, Jemima Puddle-Duck and Squirrel Nutkin.
Beginning in mid-January, the collection will be sold on JoulesUSA.com, as well as in select Dillard’s stores and specialty children’s boutiques across the U.S.
The collection wholesales from $ 9 to $ 30.
“To celebrate the release of ‘Peter Rabbit,’ we’re delighted to have collaborated on a new collection that’s bursting with character and mischief,” said Tom Joule, founder and chief brand officer. He said as a lifestyle brand they value time with family and being outdoors, so they were happy to work with iconic characters that embody those traits.
In the “Peter Rabbit” movie, James Corden voices the character of Peter. Others actors include Margot Robbie, Elizabeth Debicki and Daisy Ridley performing the voice roles of the triplets, Flopsy, Mopsy and Cottontail, respectively.
The clothing range is under license from Penguin Ventures, part of Penguin Random House U.K. and Sony Pictures Consumer Products Inc.
Established in Britain by Joule nearly 30 years

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Bruce Oldfield, British Couturier, Unveils Custom-Made Women’s Wear Capsule Collection

A COUTURIER’S CAPSULE: British couturier Bruce Oldfield is launching a capsule collection of custom-made women’s wear and accessories that is “more commercial” but aimed to please his high net worth clients.
Oldfield, who has designed for the likes for Princess Diana, said due to the rising prices over the last few years — and the decreased value of the pound — he has lost some clientele not because they can’t afford to, but opted to book a holiday instead. “It’s redressing the balance slightly,” said Oldfield. “It’s very easy to do custom-made. I don’t have to make a collection or build stock — which suits me. I’m a small self-owned brand. It’s really just offering something to that customer that I know is there — at a more affordable price.”
The custom-made collection is a capsule that consists of gowns, day dresses, skirts, blouses, jackets alongside accessories including bags, stoles and scarves. While Oldfield omitted placing embellishments on apparel, he developed a new embroidery on accessories, which he employed on a stole as seen in a silk velvet stole appliquéd onto Chantilly lace.
“When I first started, my first job was in New York at Henri Bendel,” said Oldfield. “I love that American sensibility.

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Dior Homme Taps Patrick Demarchelier for Capsule Ad Campaign

Patrick Demarchelier is behind the new, moody pre-collection campaign for Kris Van Assche’s slinky Dior Homme designs for spring.
The photographer, who’s a frequent Dior collaborator, took cues from the strictly black and white color palette for the spring 2018 Dior Homme collection in his shots of stern, but fine-featured young men in a capsule collection of sharp evening looks.
The noir-heavy photos more than show off the louche tailoring of the collection — black layers of a mock turtleneck, dress shirt, tie and jacket are barely decipherable and most of the photos are half-shrouded in shadow — but Van Assche’s wish to reinterpret formalwear is apparent. He’s even dubbed the collection “Black Carpet.”
“The idea of the Black Carpet was to convey the energy and rebel attitude of the runway collection in a capsule collection of eveningwear, while playing with the embellishment codes and the know-how of Dior, reworking the evening suit by pushing it in a more extreme interpretation,” Van Assche said.

Dior Homme spring 2018 capsule campaign by Patrick Demarchelier. 

The campaign is a departure from Dior’s spring 2017 men’s ads featuring the likes of Boy George and A$ AP Rocky, which showed more personalized styling and pops of color, as did the

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Kipling and Disney Collaborate on Accessories Capsule

Disney has teamed with Kipling on a line of accessories, beginning with holiday.
It is the latest effort by the Nineties brand — best known for its fanny-pack and cross-body styles, each accompanied by an ape charm – to increase its popularity and reach a new generation of consumers. In July, Kipling collaborated with Urban Outfitters Inc. on a limited-edition line of accessories.
In its first collaboration with Disney, Kipling has taken inspiration from “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.” Poison apple and magic mirror motifs are scattered throughout the multistyle collection, to be priced from $ 29 to $ 149 at retail. Shapes include backpacks, handbags and small travel accessories.
“It’s really about the synergy between the two brands — Kipling is fun and energetic and youthful and shares Disney’s sense of imagination,” said president of Kipling North America Nina Flood.
Kipling’s tie-up with Disney is to continue through 2019. With each new collection, Kipling will dote on style signatures of a different Disney princess.

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Georgia May Jagger Collaborates With Volcom Stone Row on Capsule Range

GEORGIA’S GEAR: Georgia May Jagger has teamed with Volcom Stone Row on a capsule range. Launched in 1991, Volcom — a brand owned by the Kering Group — is known for its surfing, skating and snowboarding apparel, footwear and accessories. Stone Row is Volcom Women’s elder sister and is aimed at a contemporary market. It is inspired by music, art and travel.
Women’s global design director Kelly Summer said Jagger had a passion for design and wanted to work with the label to create pieces that were missing from her wardrobe, easy items to wear during her travels.
“She is honest and focused on what she wants,” Summer said of working with Jagger. “Plus, she is with us every step of the way through the design process. With a common influence from London and California, we are aligned on our inspiration for Volcom and Stone Row, so it’s been a great partnership. From initial concept, right through to the photo shoot, we have plenty of touch points with Georgia to make sure this collaboration is something she is proud of.
“Georgia is the Volcom muse. She represents our girl from her love of the ocean to skateboarding, music and art and, of course,

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M.I.A Collaborates With Astrid Andersen on Capsule Clothing Range

M.I.A. MERCH: The British singer-songwriter Mathangi Arulpragasam — better known by her stage name M.I.A. — has teamed with the Danish designer Astrid Andersen on a capsule clothing range that launches this week.
The collaboration came about after Arulpragasam requested some spring 2017 garments from Andersen, and the musician asked if they could work together in some way. She lauded Andersen’s merging of “function, sport, simplicity and futurism.”
“M.I.A’s message is strong and pure and her personality is strong-willed and determined. That’s rare to find and that’s what made her so incredible to work with,” said Andersen. “For this particular project, it all happened super fast. We have the same references, so it was natural to create pieces from my spring 2017 collection and use her colors and artwork.”
The designer, who was inspired by artwork from the musician’s latest album, “AIM,” used silhouettes from her spring 2017 show. She revamped them using light technical materials in black, coral and beige.
The collection made its debut at the Astrid Andersen flagship in Denmark to celebrate Copenhagen Fashion Week. The range consists of anoraks, T-shirts and track pants. Prices range from 50 pounds for a T-shirt to 120 pounds for an anorak. It will be

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Amazon Fashion Europe Teams With Nicopanda on Capsule Collection

SEE NOW, PRIME LATER: Amazon Fashion Europe has teamed with Nicopanda on a unisex streetwear capsule range that launches on Sept. 16, and will be available to purchase immediately after the spring 2018 show, WWD has learned.
Nicola Formichetti, the Italian-Japanese creative director known for his work with Diesel and Uniqlo, will stage the label’s runway show at the e-commerce giant’s European Fashion Photography Studio in Hoxton during London Fashion Week.
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Formichetti touted the company’s “fast delivery and selection” and said he’s excited to join with it. “True to Nicopanda’s DNA, the collection is unisex with an international street-culture aesthetic,” said designer Nicola Formichetti. “Each piece includes signature Nicopanda graphic motifs and a bold color palette.”
The six-piece streetwear collection is comprised of a bomber, a hoodie, leggings, a long-sleeve T-shirt, a scarf and a clutch bag done in a palette of navy, red and pink. Prices range from 50 pounds for leggings to 200 pounds for a bomber jacket. It can be purchased from Amazon’s five fashion stores in Europe and on the Amazon Prime Now app in London as well as on amazon.co.uk.
“Nicopanda’s designs immediately turn heads, so we can see

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Luisa Via Roma, Dilara Findikoglu Mark Launch of Capsule Collection in London

DILARA’S PROPAGANDA: Luisa Via Roma’s Andrea Panconesi headed to London Thursday night to mark the launch of an exclusive capsule with the emerging designer Dilara Findikoglu.
The Florence-based retailer fully embraced Findikoglu’s rebellious spirit for the evening, hosting a dinner in a grand room at East London’s Masonic Hall, complete with rock music and withered roses scattered on the dinner table.
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“We’ve always supported young designers since Day One, and Dilara presents the new generation, a very specific part of the young generation,” said Panconesi, chief executive officer at Luisa Via Roma.
The launch of the capsule, which currently consists of a red tracksuit set, will be followed by other products in the future. It is part of a new initiative by the Italian retailer called LVR Editions that kicked off on June 16.

Andrea Panconesi and Petite Meller 
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Each month, a different co-branded product will be on sale in a dedicated section of luisaviaroma.com. Sergio Rossi, Dolce & Gabbana and Superga are among the brands set to participate in the project.
“Luisa Via Roma [is] one of my biggest stockists. They ordered so much of the last collection,”

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Style Notes: Tyga’s Chinatown-Inspired Capsule Line; Hermes Sales on the Rise


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Rosie Assoulin Teams With Browns on Summer Capsule

ROSIE FOR RESORT: London-based boutique Browns is teaming with Rosie Assoulin on an exclusive summer capsule, which marks the first time the designer has created beachwear or resortwear.
The laid-back collection includes key pieces from Assoulin’s summer range re-created using brighter colors and lighter fabrics, such as chambray, cotton or linen. The range also includes new styles that are exclusive to Browns and swimwear ranging playful ruffle-trimmed bikinis to elegant navy one-pieces.

Rosie Assoulin x Browns 
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“The pieces really just encompass what summer is all about; having fun and enjoying life’s bounty. We also wanted to make a weekend vacation wardrobe for the urban woman. What can she throw in the duffel and wear back to work on Monday morning?” said the designer, adding that she was drawn to the sophisticated yet “fresh and fun” aesthetic, Browns is known for.
Some of the highlights in the collection include a bold, red pleated skirt; a gingham midi dress, and a straw bag and hat. Prices range from 540 pounds or $ 695 for the swimwear pieces to 2,710 pounds or $ 3,491 for a gingham ruffle dress.
The line will launch on Browns’ web site on July 19 and will coincide with the drop of a number of

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Forward by Elyse Walker, CFDA Link for Retail Mentorship, Capsule Collections

Online retailer Forward by Elyse Walker and the Council of Fashion Designers of America have linked to launch the CFDA & Forward Rising Talent Retail Program, in which Walker, her buying team and partners Mike Mente and Mike Karanikolas of RevolveClothing.com will mentor up-and-coming luxury fashion designers with retail strategies as well as guiding them in the development of exclusive capsule collections for Forward.
Designers Juan Carlos Obando, Erin Beatty and Max Osterweis of Suno and Veronica Miele Beard and Veronica Swanson Beard of Veronica Beard were hand-selected by both parties for the inaugural program, a two-day workshop in Los Angeles on best practices across various verticals through a retail market lens to achieve the next stage of growth. There will be a celebratory cocktail party Tuesday in Los Angeles at the Lombardi House.
“Forward has always been a champion of emerging designers, and with the current shake-ups in the fashion industry, from e-commerce and fast fashion to social shopping, it’s a challenging time for early talent to achieve that critical next stage in their growth,” said Walker, fashion director of Forward. “We really care how their brands are evolving and want to sit back outside the hustle and bustle of fashion week

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H&M Unveils Capsule Collection by Ximon Lee

PARIS — Hennes & Mauritz AB on Thursday unveiled an eight-piece capsule collection by Ximon Lee, the first men’s wear designer to win the Swedish high street retailer’s annual Design Award.
In line with the growing trend of genderless clothing, Lee envisions the outfits being worn by both men and women. The line is to go on sale in select H&M stores and online on Oct. 22.
Known for extreme silhouettes, Lee used bonded fabrics to create items like a heavy twill denim jacket and a pair of wide shorts. He said translating his concept pieces, which incorporate materials like cardboard and plastic, into a commercial line with H&M was a long process.
“When I started working on the collection with them, they were very open to my opinions. I’m very particular in terms of the color, the material and even when it comes to snaps and zippers, I didn’t want to sacrifice any ideas that I began with. The production went really smoothly,” Lee told WWD.
The designer, who is based in New York City and graduated from Parsons The New School for Design last year, plans to show his first full collection in a show or presentation format during men’s fashion week in

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London Designer Katie Eary Teams With KFC on Capsule Collection

PLAYING CHICKEN: KFC has recruited edgy London men’s wear designer Katie Eary in its mission to demonstrate how much can be done in a lunch hour.
As part of the fast food brand’s #PackMoreIntoLunch campaign, KFC challenged Eary to create a capsule women’s wear collection for spring 2016 in 60 minutes.
On the day of the challenge, 25 machinists sewed like crazy to create 13 looks, worn by 10 models in a catwalk show at the Old Truman Brewery in London.
The collection, like the playful and irreverent men’s wear Eary is known for, was brightly colored, with a palette rooted in fluorescent orange and green.
Butterflies were the print motif, superimposed over hypersized KFC chickens — it shouldn’t have worked but it did. Floaty silk chiffon minidresses and cropped tops came with a lovely ostrich feather trim in neon green.
A red bias-cut slipdress that reached just above the ankles managed to be sexy and sophisticated, while the twist-front swimsuits had definite commercial appeal.
Of course, some preparations had been made. The collection had been finalized two weeks before: All the patterns had been made, and almost everything had been pre-cut for the 60-minute sew-a-thon.
There was a rawness to some looks that probably wasn’t intentional,

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Roksanda Marks 10 Years with Capsule Collection

Roksanda Turns 10: Roksanda Ilincic’s Roksanda label marks its 10th anniversary this year, and the London-based designer has dipped back into her archive to celebrate the milestone.
The designer has this week launched a 10-piece capsule collection that’s inspired by Ilincic’s back catalogue of designs — which make a feature of bold colors and strong silhouettes — over the past 10 years.
The looks include the Margot dress that Ilincic first showed in spring 2012, a shift dress with tuliplike sleeves, which she’s redone in tomato red and a voluminous, tiered smock dress, which originally came in deep purple, but is now in black.
Ilincic said looking back at her archive, she believes that “as a designer you evolve and change season to season.” “Culture has changed and the economic situation has changed,” Ilincic mused, noting that all those influences impact her aesthetic.
And while Ilincic launched her line on the London Fashion Week schedule for spring 2006 with “12 occasion dresses,” the line now comprises looks that her woman can wear “seven days a week,” the designer said. Alongside ready-to-wear, the label also includes a children’s collection, Blossom, and swimwear, while looking ahead she has categories such as handbags and fine jewelry in her

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Neymar Jr Tapped for Replay Ad Campaign, Capsule Collection

Replay has chosen Neymar Jr as the new face of the brand.
The Italian denim company and the soccer star, who plays in the Barcellona F.C. team and is the captain of the Brazilian national team, signed a partnership contract valid through August 2018.
Neymar Jr won’t only appear in Replay’s new ad campaign but he will also design a special collection, to be called “NJR,” for the label. Replay already provides the FC Barcelona team with the official off-field uniforms and shoes.
“When Matteo [Matteo Sinigaglia, Replay chief executive officer] offered me the chance to take part in this project, I immediately agreed to represent a brand which reflects my style,” said Neymar Jr.
“I’m very happy to link our brand to such a talent as Neymar, who is not just an incredible champion, but also a legend, able to enchant crowds with his energy, passion and determination,” Sinigaglia said. “These are the values which have always driven Replay. And it’s this shared vision which made this collaboration possible.”
Replay is controlled by Fashion Box, which operates in 50 countries distributing the Replay, Replay & Sons and We Are Replay collections in 3,000 points of sales in the world, as well as in 200 retail stores.

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Capsule Men’s RTW Spring 2016

Capsule nabbed a slot at New York Fashion Week: Men’s and showcased seven emerging designers who will also appear at the trade show next week.
 
London-based brand CMMN explored the concept of real versus fake for its spring collection and this was realized with silhouettes that were purposely off. Cropped jackets with longer sleeves were styled with wide-leg trousers and shorter, slim pants. On the fabric side, technical nylons and latex were paired with organic denim and French terry. It was a nice play on proportion and fabric that made for a strong offering.
 
Maiden Noir’s lineup was based on atmospheric, landscape photographs taken by Amanda Ringstad. On-trend staples — anoraks, bomber jackets, jogging pants and matching denim coordinates — came in either washed-out fabrics or strong jolts of cobalt and copper. It was a fresh interpretation of commercial pieces.
 
There was a nautical tone in Baartmans and Siegel’s collection. Coming in various shades of blue, white and gray, the assortment featured a utilitarian jacket covered in an enlarged digital print and sailing shorts worn over chambray styles. The designers updated luxury sportswear nicely with print and texture.
 
Matthew Miller’s spring line consisted of the idea of taking a classic piece and juxtaposing it

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Galeries Lafayette Taps Hyères Finalist for Capsule Line

NEW FACE: French department store chain Galeries Lafayette has tapped Louis-Gabriel Nouchi, a finalist in the 2014 edition of the Hyères Festival, to design a 15-piece capsule collection for fall set to go on sale on Sept. 23.
The collection is made up of minimalistic looks in bright colors that use abstract patterns and oversized volumes to mix feminine and masculine codes.
“The idea was to have that masculine-feminine ambivalence, on one side a very masculine woman who becomes even more feminine like that I think, and on the other side a man playing with the feminine codes without being ridiculous. It’s about the right balance between the two,” Nouchi said in a YouTube interview.
“I also really like color, because I think it’s the field in which we can try new combinations, new proportions,” he explained.
A graduate of La Cambre, Nouchi was spotted at the Hyères Festival, which Galeries Lafayette has sponsored for eight years. Recently, the retailer recruited young design duo Marius et Léonie to create a capsule collection for its Version Originale private label. It has also supported the ANDAM prize since 2003.

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Mary Katrantzou, Adidas Launch Second Capsule Collection

EIGHTIES EDGE: “I’m an Eighties baby, and it was amazing to just go back and look at all of these aerobics classes and the Seoul Olympics and just take symbols from that,” said Mary Katrantzou at the launch party in London for her second capsule collection for Adidas Originals. “We started thinking about symbolism and how we can take that within the context of Adidas. But also the silhouettes — there are little tennis dresses and diving suits and track tops so I thought that was a fun spin on the idea of symbols.” The party took place on the rooftop of Snap Studios in East London, with totem poles made by Katrantzou and the prop designer Richard Storey and adorned with the designer’s prints.
Katrantzou used collages made from sports items including a stopwatch, a tennis racket and a badminton shuttlecock for the 24-piece collection. Pieces include a structured T-shirt adorned with patches and crystals, a reversible varsity jacket, a crepe tank dress, leggings, tracksuit bottoms, boyfriend T-shirts, boy shorts, jersey swimsuits and footwear. Katrantzou also put a holographic spin on footwear with bold patterns and floral jacquards.
Prices range from 70 euros, or $ 76, for a graphic print tank to

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Capsule Men’s RTW Spring 2016

Capsule nabbed a slot at New York Fashion Week: Men’s and showcased seven emerging designers who will also appear at the trade show next week.
 
London-based brand CMMN explored the concept of real versus fake for its spring collection and this was realized with silhouettes that were purposely off. Cropped jackets with longer sleeves were styled with wide-leg trousers and shorter, slim pants. On the fabric side, technical nylons and latex were paired with organic denim and French terry. It was a nice play on proportion and fabric that made for a strong offering.
 
Maiden Noir’s lineup was based on atmospheric, landscape photographs taken by Amanda Ringstad. On-trend staples — anoraks, bomber jackets, jogging pants and matching denim coordinates — came in either washed-out fabrics or strong jolts of cobalt and copper. It was a fresh interpretation of commercial pieces.
 
There was a nautical tone in Baartmans and Siegel’s collection. Coming in various shades of blue, white and gray, the assortment featured a utilitarian jacket covered in an enlarged digital print and sailing shorts worn over chambray styles. The designers updated luxury sportswear nicely with print and texture.
 
Matthew Miller’s spring line consisted of the idea of taking a classic piece and juxtaposing it

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Julia Restoin Roitfeld, Rebecca Hessel Cohen Partner on Capsule Collection

FANCIFUL BUNNIES: Rebecca Hessel Cohen, creative director of Love Shack Fancy, designs ethereal gauze maxidresses and playful lace rompers that are perfect for casual days in the city or the beach. Julia Restoin Roitfeld, an art director, fashion consultant and model, runs the online publication Romy & the Bunnies, which is dedicated to pregnancy and motherhood. Cohen and Restoin Roitfeld met last summer in the Hamptons where their daughters, 22-month-old Scarlet and three-year-old Romy, respectively, were taking swimming lessons from the same teacher.
The mothers developed a friendship that led to LoveShackFancy X Romy and the Bunnies, an eight-piece capsule for children aged six months to five years, inspired by their daughters.
The collection, which has an easy summer bohemian vibe, will be sold at a handful of retailers, including Sunset Beach in Shelter Island, N.Y., and Aerin in Southampton, N.Y., The Webster in Miami and Le Bon Marché Rive Gauche in Paris. The capsule will also be available on the Web sites Loveshackfancy.com and Romyandthebunnies.com.
A YouTube video for the collection shows Scarlet and Romy running through a lavender-filled garden and feeding a baby lamb from a bottle. Prices for dresses and rompers in girly shades of pink and a white-flowered print range from

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Valentino to Unveil Capsule Inspired by Rome

WHEN IN ROME: Ahead of its couture show in Rome later this week, Valentino is unveiling a capsule collection for men and women inspired by the Eternal City. All in black and with an eagle drawing as its defining motif, the range spans ready-to-wear and accessories and is to be sold exclusively from July 7 at the new Rome flagship store in Piazza di Spagna.
According to creative directors Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pierpaolo Piccioli, the project allows them to “depict through our eyes the beauties of the city of Rome, constant source of inspiration for us. We love its beauty, its contrasts, its multiple facets, its ability to change in time and to project itself in the future.”

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Petit Bateau Taps Jean-Charles de Castelbajac for Capsule Line

PARIS — Petit Bateau has tapped Jean-Charles de Castelbajac to put a fresh spin on house classics like the striped top and sailing jacket.
The designer, known for his Pop Art-inspired creations and love of primary colors, has designed a capsule collection of a dozen items for children and adults that will go on sale at the Petit Bateau store on the Champs-Élysées and online on Oct. 12, before rolling out to some of the brand’s other stores on Oct. 19.
They include a top and a dress where the horizontal striped jersey has been spliced together diagonally to create a chevron pattern; a bright yellow rain poncho with see-through panels set into the hood; and tops featuring de Castelbajac’s whimsical drawings of characters including a young sailor.
The latter illustration was inspired by his seven-year-old grandson Balthazar, who also modeled for the collection’s look book, which was photographed by his dad Guilhem. “It’s a family affair, like the song says,” quipped the designer, also known by his initials JCDC.
He tapped into memories of childhood vacations in Brittany, in particular his first girlfriend, who wore striped tops and a yellow waxed jacket to go sailing.
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Karl Lagerfeld and Cat Choupette Get Animated for Capsule Collection


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Julia Restoin Roitfeld of Romy and the Bunnies Launches a Pat the Bunny Capsule Collection

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The Fresh Prints of M.Patmos: The Designer Launches a Capsule Collection with Artist Ryan McGinness

M.Patmos x Ryan McGinness

At first glance, it might seem a case of opposites attracting. There’s Marcia Patmos, the designer behind M.Patmos, the line of luxe knits and sleek, modern pieces who’s constantly updating her definition of minimalist cool each season with new textiles and motifs. It’s that continued focus on innovation and technique that’s earned her recognition like the Ecco Domani award and, most recently, the International Woolmark Prize. Then there’s Ryan McGinness, the skater turned fine artist whose paintings and installations incorporate public signage, graphically rendered text, and iconography, bringing corporate logos and symbols into a museum context.

But a mutual friend sensed that the work of the designer and artist would indeed have quite a lot to talk about, and the result of that conversation plays out in a M.Patmos x Ryan McGinness spring 2015 capsule collection, a fresh offering of limited-edition pieces that merge bold, graphic-centric prints with refined silhouettes. They’re part of her spring collection, which lands in stores soon, including, this time around, the museum shops of the Cooper-Hewitt and the Whitney, whose new building Patmos has been watching go up from her studio near the High Line.

“Our friend thought—and it was true!—that Ryan’s work would translate well to textiles and fashion,” Patmos says over tea and the indie pop rock of the Vaselines and the Psychedelic Furs playing in the background at a Fort Greene coffee shop. “I went to his studio and it was so inspiring, we talked about techniques we wanted to try, we found we had a lot in common. He liked the idea that so much of my stuff is menswear-influenced, because, of course, he wanted to be able to wear the clothes himself. So we shifted toward the idea of the clothes being unisex and reconfigured things a bit.” She pulls out a T-shirt meant for any gender—printed in 3M reflective ink, with four gray lines shooting across the surface into a spray of leaves and flora, like an intersection of masculine and feminine—“It glows in the dark!” Patmos points out. And you can imagine the squiggle-print-on-print pattern of a gray, black, and white sweatshirt-sweater landing in her closet just as easily as his: These are eminently borrowable pieces.



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Well, except, perhaps for the reversible scuba dress, whose flattering cut alas makes it too form-fitting for even the most fluid-minded wearers to share, but whose multiple-screen print shows up just as beautifully when worn inside out. The traveler ethos that runs through M.Patmos’s collections means clothes that are intended to be styled in numerous ways. “We wanted to keep the body very lean, to sort of temper the boldness of the pattern,” Patmos says.

This is her inner minimalist talking, of course: Even when she’s pairing up with master artisans like the Nepalese group she works with each season, or the Tibetan nomads she’s collaborating with on a yak-fiber coat for fall, Patmos’s instinct is to keep things looking modern, never “too crafty.” “I love superbeautiful plain art,” she says. “My husband and I went to Dia: Beacon yesterday, and that place is always just heaven to me, so simple and calm and usually not that colorful. But I’m also attracted to things that are a mix.”

So working with McGinness proved to be both “a lot of fun and very organic” and also completely surprising at times. Like when the artist opted for the bright edging on the pashmina they made together, in cooperation with a group of Nepalese artisans Patmos works with every season. The bulk of the pashmina is covered with McGinness’s cartoon thought bubbles exploding across the surface, which feel pop and classic (“they could almost be paisley!”) all at once. “So much of his own palette is very rigid, very black and gray, so it was really interesting to see the colors he picked,” Patmos says. And when she unfolds the blanket-size scarf in the midst of a wintry coffee-shop scene of rain-spattered windows, silver laptops, and drab parkas flung over the backs of chairs, the optic effect of the black-and-white print and the shades of cherry-blossom pink and citrus instantly catch the eyes of more than a few eavesdroppers in the room, eager for welcome signs of spring.

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