Including Ashley Park’s new role as Pandora’s global ambassador.
Alana Hadid makes her runway debut at Copenhagen Fashion Week
Attention: A third Hadid sister has hit the runway. Gigi and Bella’s older half-sister Alana Hadid made her runway debut at Copenhagen Fashion Week on August 7. Opening the Saks Potts show wearing a blue sequinned skirt over jeans with a single-breasted leather coat, Hadid, who is a fashion designer and entrepreneur, effortlessly embodied the Scandi city’s inimitable and eclectic aesthetic. But what makes this cooler is the spontaneity of it all. “I had decided to come to Copenhagen [as] I love Danish brands,” she told Vogue. “[Saks Potts] caught wind that I was coming and asked me to walk [their show]; I was incredibly honoured.”
Later in the week, Hadid made a second runway appearance walking for sustainable label Munthe. She first sauntered out in a sheer, ankle-length frock with exposed lingerie, both fully embroidered with delicate leaf motifs, then showed a second look consisting of a black leather mini-dress and shearling-esque handbag. Effortlessly, might we add. Some things just run in the family.
Lambert releases the Urban Poetry collection
Lambert’s new Urban Poetry collection is a lesson on, well, poetry. The sleek silhouettes and neutral colour palette perfectly capture the effervescence of the brand’s home city of Montreal. What’s more, the vegan leather collection is so wide and diverse (with over 40 pieces) that it can truly speak to anyone’s needs — whether you’re heading back to school, back to the office or simply just want a wardrobe refresh.
Pandora taps Ashley Park as a global ambassador
Not only did Pandora collaborate with Copenhagen Fashion Week for the first time ever this year, but the Danish label has recently announced Ashley Park, former FASHION cover star, as its newest global ambassador. So what can we expect from the Emily in Paris (and newly-minted Only Murders in the Building) star’s new role with Pandora? Probably tons of lovely campaign imagery of Park in shimmering precious stones and mixed metals.
BOSS and the NFL reignite their collaboration ahead of football season
Football fans and fashion aficionados, it’s time to unite and rejoice. In BOSS’s second collaboration with the NFL, the two brands are expanding their product offering to feature even more teams on an array of sweatshirts, vests, jackets, joggers and more. Touchdown! (Right?)
Crocs partners with Pop-Tarts
We’re officially living in a world where Crocs are not only cool but also edible. Allow me to explain.
In a surprising collaboration, Crocs and Pop-Tarts have come together to make “Croc-Tarts.” The collision includes a limited-edition pair of Classic Clogs in a toasted pastry colourway, red socks inspired by strawberry filling and Pop-Tarts-themed Jibbitz charms. While none of those are actually safe to eat, the purchase does come with a box of unfrosted Pop-Tarts and gummies disguised as Jibbitz…to decorate your snack, of course. Hot off the heels of the “Crocuterie” number on the Mschf x Crocs collab, we wonder: What’s next for the peckish brand?
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