Your roundup of the latest fashion and beauty releases.
KAI COLLECTIVE – MAYAN PLISSE SETS
Launched just over 24 hours ago and nearly sold out are Kai Collective’s on trend Mayan plisse sets. The chic and relaxed shirt and trouser are made in sheer fabric with lettuce hems and pearl button detailing on the sleeve cuffs, available in sky blue, violet and coffee.
Check out the collection at kaicollective.com.
HERON PRESTON X GENTLE MONSTER – LEVEL 0
Also launched yesterday is the Heron Preston X Gentle Monster sunglasses collaboration bringing us the Level 0, integrating Preston’s signature level into a futuristic eyewear design. The thick rectangular frame is made from acetate in a workwear silhouette, merging the aesthetics of both brands whilst remaining fully functional in three colourways.
Check out the collection at heronpreston.com and gentlemonster.com.
CLINTS – GLORIA ROSE
Clints continues to hit the ground running with their apparel and trainers, dropping the Gloria-Rose, featuring athletic style tracksets and a new iteration of the TRL’s. The latest collection is named after 18-year-old designer Gloria Rose who won Clints Inspire Change Initiative, a design competition for BAME footwear designers to create their own shoe and bring it to life, aiming to tackle under-representation in the footwear industry. Rose’s take on Clints TRL is a more casual approach to the usual functional trekking shoe aesthetic. Named ‘cozy day’ the ‘Gloria Rose’ TRL feature a canvas base fabric, ‘Clints’ 3D printed logo and a warm, neutral colourway.
CANOPI HOUSE – DAWN
New brand on the block Canopi House debuted their first collection Dawn, speaking to the new beginnings of the brand and the world at large. Dawn features three versatile styles that can be dressed up or down in a fresh and vibrant colour palette of blue, orange and white made from silk and satin, all of which are designed and manufactured in Bedford, England.
Check out the collection at canopihouse.com
BENE CULTURE – SEARCHING
Birmingham mainstay streetwear brand Bene Culture launched their latest collection Searching earlier this month, co-created with London-based designer Jack Mitchel who designed the collection. Featuring pastel pinks and muted earthy colours and vintage style illustrations, the collection is inspired by the exploration of nature during last years lockdowns with t-shirts and hoodies declaring ‘Searching Outside for Peace Inside’.
“When the lockdown’s hit, we had to communicate with our community in a new digital way but make sure we were still championing the same values we represent as a brand. Creating the “Searching” collection allowed us to bring our communities closer to nature via our collaborative efforts with Jack” said co-founder of the brand Hemal Chauhan.
Check out the collection at beneculture.com
Self-taught jewellery designer Steff Eleoff’s latest campaign is an ode to innovation and breaking the rules. Inspired by German sculptor Eva Hesse, Eleoff’s summer campaign celebrates the art of play and eroticism with organic and unusual shapes, that mimic the waterfall landscape the campaign is shot in. Accompanying the summer campaign are some new drops including the Eva earring, the Hesse earring and the upcoming Drip Hair Clip which drops next week.
Check out the collection at steffeleoff.com
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