A collaboration for good
Everyone’s favourite luxury outlet, The Outnet, has released yet another must-have designer collaboration, this time with Roksanda. The 17-piece capsule collection will see the brand donate a portion of each piece to non-profit organization Malaika, a charity which aims to empower women and girls living in the Democratic Republic of the Congo through education. Launching globally on The Outnet from January 24, the collection is a must for any lover of Roksanda, with a slew of the brand’s signature styles, shapes and patterns being reworked for the exclusive collaboration.
After a first collection that stopped the world from spinning (well, almost), Virgil Abloh is back for another round at Louis Vuitton. Showing his second men’s collection for the brand, Abloh turned Paris into the grimy streets of New York for the Michael Jackson-inspired collection. But the highlight of the show? Aside from the covetable logo jackets and impressive suiting, Abloh debuted the first ever glow in the dark LV tote — in neons, nonetheless. Counting down the days until we can add to cart!
Your new staple
Levi’s has released a brand new take on a classic, reworking the much-loved 501 jean into a modern cut. Named the Ribcage jean, the new collection is made from lightweight denim but cut in a nostalgic shape. Non street and pre-shrunk, the jeans come in an array of shapes and colours and will no doubt be what every fashion girl is living in, come autumn. Available now from Levi’s.
A step up
Makers of the cult shoes you seem to see everywhere (hello, zodiac collection) Mara and Mine, have released their first ever line of kitten heels. Made in Spain from the finest leathers, the collection is an ode to low-heeled ladies. Featuring everything from block heels to teeny, tiny stilettos and straps, the foray into miniature heels has got us very, very excited for what’s to come from the brand.
As if we couldn’t love Versace more, the Italian heritage brand has come out and released a reworked version of their iconic Tribute bag. The new collection, Versace Tribute X, is a fresh take on the style, which is inherently minimalist. For the 2019 version, creative director Donatella Versace has amped up the much-loved glamour of the brand through an injection of colour, with a slew of colourways available in the classic shape. Looking for a fashion-first statement piece? Stop right now, we’ve found it.