LOEWE Perfumes has some new scents, football-inspired gear by Slam Jam x Umbro & more

LOEWE Perfumes has some new scents, football-inspired gear by Slam Jam x Umbro & more

by CULTED
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It’s Friday and for that you can give yourself a pat on the back for making it through the week. Because we know you get busy quickly, we’ve compiled all the fashion news you might have missed these past few days in this week’s Friday Roundup. There’s some newness from LOEWE Perfumes, Slam Jam and Umbro have yet another belter of a collaboration coming out, and Holzweiler loves love for Spring/Summer 2024.

LOEWE Perfumes finds its new scents in Spain
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For its latest launch, LOEWE Perfumes is tapping into an exclusive olfactory note, the LOEWE Accord scent which was inspired by the outdoorsy offering of Southern Europe, specifically the Spanish Rockrose wildflower. The offering comes in two new signature scents, the red-bottled Solo Vulcan EDP and the turquoise-green Agua Drop. The rich scents are filled with notes of thyme, lavender, orange flower absolute and vetiver. Both priced at £118, the two new LOEWE Perfumes are now available online.

Holzweiler is in its feels this season
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Love has many faces, whether platonic or romantic, and for SS24 love is being dressed by Holzweiler. The Norwegian brand has just unveiled its latest campaign, which embodies not only human connection within one another, but also with nature, and the blooming spirits of springtime. Models are seen prancing around in peaceful meadows, while wearing Holzweiler’s new collection made up of silk dresses, the signature Cocoon Bag, light-washed denims and knitted cardigans.

It’s a green card for Slam Jam and Umbro’s SS24 collection
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The football fans and long-term partners Slam Jam and Umbro are back again for the new season, with football, of course, being at the heart of their collaboration. Their SS24 “Penalty Culture” collection blends the sports’ codes with streetwear-based silhouettes, tapping into both brand’s points of expertise. Expect to find a jersey reminiscent of England’s 2006 home kit, a masked hoodie, a checked anorak, a pair of printed jeans, and more.

Escape into the vibrant world of Bleu Nour’s Canna Crush
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Bleu Nour, the fragrance brand using its founder Nour Ibrahim’s synesthesia to create unique and immersive scents, has just launched a brand new fragrance exclusively at Goodhood. Named Canna Crush, the new scent utilises a hemp fabric base resulting in a sweet and sultry take on the familiar scent of cannabis. Partnering with Colours of Arley, the bespoke London-based fabric store founded by Louisa Tratalos and specialising in vibrant stripes, Canna Crush will also reveal a new shade, Crush, as part of its stripe collection, inspired by the colour that inspired Nour’s synesthesia resulting in Canna Crush. Check out Canna Crush the scent at Goodhood, and Crush on Colours of Arley’s website

KEBURIA finds its niche by exaggerating elegance for FW24
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The George Keburia-eponymously founded brand presents its FW24 collection, finding its niche somewhere between a bold glamour that uses femininity not to soften, but to strengthen its wearers. 1980s-inspired tailoring is used almost throughout, where KEBURIA’s signature enhanced golden buttons find their place on jackets and dresses for a woman who “is unafraid to have fun and make a statement,” as per the founder’s words.

Herbar is rejuvenating your skin barrier in only 2 hours
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Herbar, the revolutionary beauty brand using all-natural ingredients to heal your skin, has just released its latest drop, and trust us, you’ll want to hear about this one: it’s a barrier cream which promises to repair the skin barrier by 59% in just 2 hours. As is the case with all of Herbar’s skincare products, the Barrier Cream is eco-friendly, vegan, all-natural, and (best of all) actually works. Check out the Barrier Cream, dropping today, on Herbar’s website and try out its effects for yourself.

Stepney Workers Club x Kartik Research share their love of cricket
Stepney Workers Club x Kartik Research ©

London meets New Delhi and bonds over its shared love of cricket in this new collab by Stepney Workers Club and Kartik Research. As you’d imagine, sportswear pieces are found within this collab, including a burgundy-coloured Varsity jacket, a training top and track pants amongst other pieces, all created with Kartik Research’s meticulous sensibility to heritage fabrics. If this sounds like a bit of you, the collection will drop on Kartik Research’s website and on Stepney Workers Club’s website, as well as select retailers, on March 21.

Études dedicates its SS24 collection to the city of Paris
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The Parisian brand Études is redefining the city’s sartorial aesthetics by looking at the youth for inspiration, rather than Paris’ rich and enduring history. For its SS24 collection titled “CRÉPUSCULE,” Études merges workwear with tailoring, by creating mid-length trench coats with bomber jackets, championing a real sense of freedom and everyday rebellion. Graffiti-style prints, such as the one that reads “La Nuit Dort le Jour” (translating to “The Night Sleeps the Day”), taps into the young French kids’ undying thirst for nightly adventures. If that tickles your fancy, head here to grab a piece.

Plastic bottle waste is turned into futuristic fashion at 101%
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The sustainable tech-inspired label 101% is readying up to release its latest capsule collection, designed by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe. The launch compiles a jacket and its matching trousers, featuring an all-over print inspired by the NYC-based Seagram building, made entirely of repurposed plastic bottles, in line with its innovative mindset.

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