It’s the week before Christmas, and like most us, the fashion industry’s pretty much already checked out for the holiday period. But that doesn’t mean that nothing happened this week. Here’s some of the most exciting drops and releases to look out for in the week ahead; hopefully these will put you in a festive mood.
Kiko Kostadinov and Heaven by Marc Jacobs tease a 2024 link up
This one is for the footwear lovers in their Y2K eras, as it signifies the potential unity of two iconic brands, Kiko Kostadinov and Heaven by Marc Jacobs. Kiko posted on Instagram two days ago teasing the collaboration with the caption “2024”, and whilst there’s not been any other info shared just yet, that’s enough to convince us to start saving up.
SONGER officially drops his ‘Toxic’ freestyle
You’ve probably already heard UK rapper SONGER’s iconic freestyle over Britney Spears’ song ‘Toxic’, which was originally released on BL@CKBOX and generated almost 2 million streams. If you have, you’ll be excited to know that SONGER has now officially dropped the song via Relentless Records, becoming available on streaming sites at 7pm last night. Named ‘Toxic Freestyle’, the official release of the track follows his fourth studio album that dropped earlier this year, SKALA which gained 15.7 million streams. Hit the link in SONGER’s bio the give the track a listen or find it on streaming sites including Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon Music, and YouTube.
Mortlach Scotch whisky enters a new era led by Philippe Starck
Mortlach Scotch whisky has welcomed Philippe Starck as its first ever Creative Director, before teasing the MORTLACH X STARCK debut collection which will be revealed this upcoming Spring. Starck’s appointment at the helm of the 200-year-old distillery indicates the brand’s entry into a bold new era, defining Mortlach’s placement at the crossroads of traditional savoir-faire and avant-garde intelligence. Find Mortlach’s full range of Scotch whisky on the brand’s website, and keep an eye out for the MORTLACH X STARCK collection, dropping Spring 2024.
Colombe d’Humières unveils a sparkling new jewellery campaign
Paris-based artisanal jewellery brand, Colombe d’Humières Studio just unveiled its latest campaign, which showcases its artisanal jewellery. The jewellery collection is crafted primarily in silver, and includes select pieces adorned with melted glass and laboratory stones, infusing the bright metal with an appropriately festive palette of colours. Not only does the campaign show off Colombe d’Humières’ artisans techniques in jewellery making and metal smithing, but it also highlights the brand’s dedication to the environment through using sustainable precious metals and lab grown gems. Shop the full collection just in time for Christmas (or ahead of Valentine’s Day) on Colombe d’Humières’ website.
Designer Peter Do reveals a capsule collection for At.Kollective
Peter Do, the Vietnam born and Philadelphia raised fashion designer and winner of 2014 LVMH Graduate Prize, is working with At.Kollektive on a limited capsule collection. The collaboration sees a series of super-versatile genderless pieces inspired by the demands of busy life in Peter Do’s home city of New York. It also includes his first ever sneaker, The Hybrid. Make sure to check out the drop on At.Kollective’s website, and keep an eye on the site for Kiko Kostadinov and Nina Christen’s collections, coming soon.
Macca Wiles releases a brand new track and music video
Macca Wiles, the English rapper behind the tracks “sociopathic” and “too dead to save”, is dropping new music today in the form of “Semblance”. The new track is an invitation into the rapper’s mind, a raw depiction of Macca’s own emotions about addiction revealing his own experiences of struggle and reliance. Written with the help of Producer Mati Schwartz, “Semblance” isn’t just an iconic track, its also Macca’s real and honest thoughts on something deeper. Whilst you can already listen to the track on Macca Wiles’ Spotify, he’s also dropping a music video later today at 7pm. Don’t miss it.
Our Legacy drops a crocheted range of circular accessories
Our Legacy just released a circular range of hand-crafted bags and hats as part of its Fall 23 collection, all crocheted by Sarah Murkes in Stockholm. Each of the items is created in a distressed crochet style using past garments and leftover fabric from Our Legacy’s current collections, from nylon and jersey to denim and silk. Not only does using recycled materials result in a wholly circular collection of accessories, it also means that each item is unique in hue, size, and appearance. Find the range of crocheted bags and hats on Our Legacy’s website, and in the brand’s Stockholm, London, and Berlin stores.
Featured Image from: Colombe d’Humières Studio©
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