The Daily Edited has announced Home & Away actress Anna Cocoqurel and her sisters, Emily and Elsa Cocoqurel to be the newest faces of their latest campaign. The sisters are adorned a minimalist aesthetic in the Pinterest-worthy pictures and were pretty in pink for the Australian label, which specialises in leather monogrammed accessories. Talk about goals!
Understated elegance and grace are at the heart of everything that Tiffany & Co. do and their newest Love Bug Collection is no exception. From bees to butterflies to ladybirds, this latest collection from the famed jeweller deviates from its dazzling diamonds and boasts a myriad of coloured stones including amethyst, blue topaz, yellow and green quartz. Whimsical yet enchanting, each piece, which ranges from an assortment of pendants, brooches, rings, and fine jewellery pieces is inspired by urban nature and is as tasteful as it is modern.
You’ve Got (Chain) Mail
Fifty years after the release of Paco Rabanne’s iridescent chainmail bag, the iconic brand is partnering with MatchesFashion.com to launch their 1969 anniversary chainmail bag ahead of Paco Rabanne’s pre-fall 2019 collection. Six exclusive versions of the bag will be available exclusively for purchase via MatchesFashion.com. As expected, the bag embodies the quintessential expression of Paco Rabanne – avant garde when created 50 years ago and timelessly modern today.
Kate Moss Is Back!
In a first for Giorgio Armani, the Italian fashion house has appointed runway extraordinaire Kate Moss to be the face it’s autumn/winter ‘19/’20 campaign. This is the first time the 45-year-old model will be representing the brand, and sporting a new dramatic fringed bob haircut it's safe to say that the British supermodel embodies the vibrant, incandescent, iridescent minimalism that is the essence of Giorgio Armani.
Kowtow x Take 3 For The Sea
Environmentally conscious New Zealand label Kowtow has released a limited edition capsule collection entitled ‘Single Use Planet’ in order to raise awareness around ocean plastic pollution and protest against single-use plastic. The collection features an assortment of knitwear and other basic pieces, with each piece displaying either a slogan or image relating to plastics that are commonly found alongside beaches. The proceeds raised from each piece will be donated to the ocean charities Sustainable Coastlines and Take 3 for the Sea to help them continue their work amongst school education programs.
Moncler x Palm Ages Has Launched
The Palm Angels collection is an evolution of the ‘Art Breaking’ theme first presented at the Moncler Genius event in Milan last February, where designer and photographer Francesco Ragazzi revealed his new collection and then subverted it by covering the works with paint. You can can the Palm Angels on display now in Moncler Sydney Westfield and Melbourne Chadstone boutiques.