Paris haute couture week begins officially Monday morning, but smart brands love to express themselves in its slipstream, as did Paco Rabanne, Patou and Alaïa with three highly accomplished shows on Sunday evening.
Musician Joe Strummer was a massive football fan so the Joe Strummer Foundation has appropriately launched a charity-supporting soccer kit JSF FC with sportswear giant Umbro in the run-up to the 2020 World Cup.
Dior revealed this week it will drop this month the Travis Scott collaborative collection for men announced late last year, after it was put on hold following the Astroworld festival tragedy in January.
Independent watchmaking brand Mr Jones Watches is celebrating its 15th anniversary with the launch a T-shirt range. But don’t expect a watch motif: the debut design honours the firm’s office dog, Stanley the dachshund.
Valentino is entering what it says is “a new chapter” for its eyewear offer with the July launch of its first products under the exclusive deal it signed with Switzerland-based Akoni Group late last year.
Off-White has once again partnered with British formal shoe maker Church's, as the U.S. streetwear brand continues to take its iconic 'Meteor' motif into design collaborations with other brands and companies this season.
The Woolmark Company has partnered with British designer Edward Crutchley for its first guest curation on The Wool Lab, the company’s wool sourcing platform, where he explores "global cultural references."