What limited things to hunt this summer
Re / Done x Attico
The holiday can last all year round: it was the designers of the Attico brand, the Italian women Gilda Ambrosio and Georgia Tordini, who taught us to wear sparkles, feathers and velvet even on weekdays. This season, girlfriends have teamed up with the brand Re / Done, known for its perfect fit jeans and ethical production. Together they made simple everyday things luxurious. Sweatshirts and jackets from the collaboration are lavishly embroidered with crystals, and jeans and cargo pants have acquired baroque knots. The best part is that the brands used vintage fabrics: the new jeans were made from old ones, and the mini-flowered dresses from pereshitnyh shirts.
Alexander Wang x adidas Originals
What is club-leisure style clothing? Alexander Wang answered this question in his new collection for adidas Originals. According to the designer, the ideal situation is when you are out of the sports club, without changing clothes, go to the night. Mini-skirts, shorts, windbreakers with logos, cropped tops and silver sneakers – in all this you can look equally impressive by doing squats with dumbbells and waiting for your cocktail at the bar counter.
Dior x kaws
Graffiti artist and sculptor Kaws made a capsule for the male line of Dior, but this does not mean that girls can not wear it. Personally, we choose the ideal for the metropolis nylon backpacks, small but roomy travel bags for short trips, windbreakers and sweatshirts – all of these things adorn the bees of the authorship Kaws. The joint line of jewelry is also interesting: it includes massive chains, necklaces, bracelets with multi-colored candy stones and keychains inlaid with crystals in the form of a dog-bone.
Uniqlo x Engineered Garments
Another male capsule, which is useful in the women’s wardrobe. Engineered Garments is a modest brand: for the American brand itself, the product itself is more important than the hype around it. Jackets, shirts, shorts and jeans – Engineer Garments work on all this, as the name implies, with engineering precision. This concept of things for life (and not for likes on instagram) is very close to Japanese retailer Uniqlo – together with Engineered Garments they came up with jumpers and shirts: these little boys will look particularly cool in contrast to mini skirts.
Paco Rabanne x Peter Saville
The works of Peter Saville, including his covers for cult rock bands, were inspired by Virgil Ablo, Raf Simons and Supreme. The artist also worked with Yoji Yamamoto, John Galliano of the Dior times, as well as with Stella McCartney and Gilles Zander. Last year, he became the author of the new Burberry brand identity, which is now headed by Ricardo Tishi, and this season, Saville’s work should be looked for on Paco T-shirts.