Your Monday Briefing: The Grammys, Y-3 Spring/Summer 2024 & more

Your Monday Briefing: The Grammys, Y-3 Spring/Summer 2024 & more

by Ollie Cox
9 min

It’s the first Monday of the month, and it’s looking like a pretty mega one. Y-3 is kicking off its Spring/Summer 2024 collection, Gucci is coming to London, UGG is dropping some sun-soaked sandals, and the Grammys got us wondering why Lana Del Rey didn’t win … again. Find out what’s going on this week in your Monday Briefing below. 

Hollywood got dressed up for the Grammys

Miley Cyrus in Maison Margiela, Dua Lipa in custom Courrèges and Beyoncé in bespoke Louis Vuitton FW24 – these were just some of the standout looks from last night’s 66th Annual Grammy Awards, which saw Taylor Swift take home “Album of The Year” for Midnights, and Billie Eilish win “Song of The Year” for “What I Was Made For.” Also joining the winners list was Miley Cyrus, who won Best Pop Solo Performance with “Flowers” and SZA with “Best R&B Song” for “Snooze.” It was a belter of a night for the girlies for both hits and ‘fits (minus a couple of snubs), and we were here for it. 

Sabato De Sarno’s debut Gucci cruise show will be in London

Gucci is giving it the luxury large ones in London this summer, following the announcement of its Cruise show scheduled to take place in the UK capital on May 13. The decision is based on the intrinsic link between Gucci and London, a city that Guccio Gucci once called home during his time as a luggage porter at the Savoy. The legendary label will be returning to London to showcase its 2025 Cruise Collection, the first designed by freshly appointed Creative Director Sabato De Sarno. We can’t lie – we’re pretty gassed for this one. 

Y-3 launches its Spring/Summer 2024 Chapter 1 collection 
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For its first Spring Summer 2024 collection, adidasYohji Yamamoto-helmed sub-label, Y-3 is channelling the spirit of Contra-Natural – a world in which the duality between the synthetic and the organic produces an unexpected beauty. The first seasonal chapter fuses sophisticated tailoring, workwear, and expressive silhouettes adorned with digital scans of real flowers. The brand’s SS24 campaign is led by London’s Bugeisha Club, an international collective of women and non-binary people with mixed Asian heritage who daringly merge unbridled creative energy with athletic prowess. Head to the adidas Y-3 website to shop the collection. 

Carhartt WIP unveils its Canvas Classics & Collegiate Cues 
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Carhartt WIP has released the first drop of its Spring/Summer 2024 collection, where canvas classics meet Collegiate Cues. Campaign shots showcase the latest collection of graphic tees, overshirts, overalls, and vests against the backdrop of an educational setting. Scarves are worn tied around models’ necks, injecting a preppy, college cool into the mix. If you like the sound of this, head to Carhartt WIP to shop the collection. 

Represent launches its “Horizons” collection 
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A collection of daring juxtaposition, Represent’s SS24 offering merges pinstripe designs, twilled suiting, wide-leg pants, and shirting with distressed graphic jerseys, T-shirts, hoodies, and sweaters. Classic tailoring is a key component of the collection, seen in a revitalised silhouette and a host of bold colours. Graphics have been key components of Represent since the start, and for SS24, Icarus is at the forefront of its image-led applique line-up, standing as symbols of balance and a metaphor for navigating the trials of life itself. If this is a bit of you, head to the Represent website to get your hands on the collection. 

Open YY Spring/Summer 2024 is for the girls

Korean label Open YY has looked to the unrestricted dress codes of rural girls for Spring/Summer 2024. The collection juxtaposes oversized workwear, washed-out sweats, utilitarian cargo jackets, and skirts with ultra-feminine sheer and lace layers, an eclectic combination reflective of Open YY’s sport-chic aesthetic. The brand’s latest collection will launch via the brand’s website, as well as stockists, including END.HBXSSENSEUnited ArrowsNubian, and SKP.

UGG is giving us some sun-soaked sandals 

UGG is looking to its Californian roots for its Spring/Summer 2024 Golden Collection. The new offering explores the feeling of adventure and self-expression to support a carefree lifestyle. Campaign shots showcase the latest silhouettes against a sun-kissed Californian backdrop, where a carefree spirit compliments UGG’s comfort-rooted footwear styles. The collection spans open-toed sandals, and mules, crafted from responsible materials such as Sugarcane EVA, which is used for the outsoles. The UGG Golden Collection is available to shop on the UGG website and select retailers. 


BAO BAO ISSEY MIYAKE has launched “CONNECT” for Spring/Summer 2024, celebrating the versatility of the triangular unit that defines the BAO BAO ISSEY MIYAKE sub-label. It continuously connects colourful tiles to create a striking pattern that comes to form, making use of a contrasting colour palette which combines, links, and connects. Accompanying the release is a short film illustrating the dynamic movement and form of the bag. Head to the ISSEY MIYAKE website to see what it’s all about. 

BAPE® is dropping new BAPE STA™ colourways 

BAPE® has announced three new colourways of its iconic BAPE STA™ silhouette, infusing base white with distinct red, black and grey, creating a strong visual impact across the sneaker. This time around, the shoe is dressed in durable calf leather with white classic patent leather featuring the signature BAPE STA™ logo. You know the drill: grab these while you can in via the BAPE® online store

Songzio unveils arty “Pure Rebel Collection”

Songzio is fusing fashion and art as part of its “Pure Rebel” collection, which sees the brand’s first collaboration with internationally renowned photographer Cho Gi-Seok. The offering explores scenes of fragility, threat, order, change, disorder and rebellion through a cinematic series of artistic images. The combination of avant-garde designs and artistic photography results in a dramatic display of creative storytelling. The SS24 collection implements the House’s distinct silhouettes and designs through diverse technical drawings, crafting a collection with a unique creative philosophy, “paint on black,” where each collection originates from a black canvas. Check out the full collection via the Songzio website

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