Another week is over, and there’s loads to look forward to. eBay is launching a 25-hour watch auction, Giorgio Armani has announced its Neve collection for FW23, and ROKSANDA has linked up with Barbour. Outside of fashion, there’s loads of cool art and music dropping from 3D-printed Bad Bunny sculptures and new music from MR Eazi. Keep reading to get clued up on what is happening and when.
Reebok reveals Club C FWD
Reebok is introducing a brand-new silhouette designed by Evan Belforti, the brand’s senior footwear designer. The Reebok Club C Forward marks a new generation for Club C, presenting an outer skeleton made of ethylene vinyl acetate (EVA) to exaggerate the dimensions while maintaining clear references to the classic Club C classic design. The new sneaker is available to shop now at Reebok.eu, and globally on Farfetch, as well as selected retailers.
Giorgio Armani heads to the mountains for its “Neve” collection
Giorgio Armani has launched its “Neve” collection for Fall Winter 2023, designed for all winter holiday occasions. The women’s selection includes jackets sectioned by quilting to create fun pleats, mini shearling capes, knitted blousons and straight-leg jumpsuits. The men’s offering includes puffer jackets, trousers, jumpsuits and capes, which reinterpret men’s classic pinstripes with an outdoor sensibility. Also releasing are hats, scarves, gloves, mittens, boots, hook belts, backpacks, and water bottle holders, alongside helmets, visors, skis and snowboards. Head to the Giorgio Armani website to get your hands on the collection.
GANT introduces 240 Mulberry Street Collection
GANT is nodding to America’s sportswear heritage as part of its 240 Mulberry Street collection. Made up of traditional designs, such as the Oxford Button Down shirt and the varsity jacket, the collection reimagines these items with a modern twist. Nods to Ivy League Club blazers are seen in a tailored jacket offering seen in an oversized Shearling Coat and Unisex Leather Varsity Jacket. The collection serves as a celebration of GANT’s dedication to quality and craftsmanship, which will be available to shop at GANT Regent Street.
Holly Silius designs 3D-printed adidas x Bad Bunny sculpture
adidas has commissioned British artist Holly Silius to create a 24-karat-gold-plated 3D printed sculpture of a mask for the launch of the Response CL “El Paso Fino” sneakers with Bad Bunny. The creative is known throughout Hollywood for her SFX work. It merges her signature lattice designs from her previous creations to capture an “unseen” enigma and challenge the identity underneath the mask. Through the 3D printing process in partnership with Studio 43, Sillius’ sketches are brought to life with the artist’s signature style.
CAT Footwear drops Harris Tweed Boot
CAT Footwear has partnered with Harris Tweed for FW23, continuing its legacy of building a world for today and tomorrow with the rugged Colorado 2.0 Boot. The collaboration serves as a true testimony to the hard work and resilience shown by the people of the Isle of Harris. The fabric is known worldwide for its reflection of the rich history and culture of the Outer Hebrides. The partnership sees the Colorado 2.0 reimagined with three Harris Tweed colour stories, Black, Chocolate Brown and Amber Gold, each inspired by the Outer Hebrides landscape and environment. The Harris Tweed Colorado 2.0 is available via the CAT Footwear website and select retailers.
eBay launches Lost Time 25-hour watches auction
eBay is revealing its most sought-after line-up of watches as part of its Lost Time collection. Twelve of the most coveted and rare authenticated timepieces will be available this weekend, enabling watch enthusiasts to catch up on Lost Time via the auction. It will go live on Saturday, October 28, at 2 a.m. and end 25 hours later when the clocks change. Highlights from the selection include the Vacheron Constantin Overseas Dual Time model, the Patek Philippe Perpetual Calendar Chronograph and the Rolex Daytona Stainless Steel White Dial Panda Model. The auction aims to open up the watch market, free of the hurdles that can sometimes prevent fans from getting hold of their dream timepiece. If this has wet your watch-finding whistle – you know what to do this weekend.
J.Lindeberg presents “Flashes of Gold” for FW23
J.Lindeberg has released its “Flashes of Gold” collection for FW23, drawing on the vibrant hues of nightlife and boasting colours such as rich black, claret, earthy pink and milk chocolate brown, accented with luxury flashes of gold. The collection channels the bustling energy of the streets through graffiti lines and textural geometrics. Check patterns feature across double zip bomber jackets and cardigans, while collared jackets are finished in a plush, fluffy fabric. Shop the collection on the J.Lindeberg website now.
ROKSANDA and Barbour announce second collaboration
ROKSANDA and Barbour are back for a second time, with the two coming together for a lighthearted collaboration. The collection sees Barbour’s motorcycling heritage paired with ROKSANDA’s iconic design aesthetic. The nine-piece offering includes statement outerwear, oversized shiting, and a practical jumpsuit reflecting the essence of creativity seen in both brands. If bold colours and distinctive cuts paired with a tried and tested heritage are for you – head to the ROKSANDA and Barbour websites to get your hands on the collection.
Mr Eazi releases The Evil Genius album
Mr Eazi’s debut album Evil Genius, releases today, featuring collaborations with Angelique Kidjo, JOEBOU Soweto Gospel Choir and more. Eazi, a Grammy and Latin Grammy award-winning musician, recorded the album between some of his favourite cities over the past two years, including Accra, Cotonou, Lagos, London, Los Angeles and New York. The album is a musical scrapbook, blending Afrobeat, Afropop, gospel, hiplife, highlife and folklore into a glorious pan-African fusion sound. The album is available to download and stream today on all major platforms.
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