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Your roundup of the latest fashion releases that you should know about.


Daily Paper’s mid-season Resort line is released as part of their main spring/summer 2021 collection, introducing new athleisure prints and tie-dye style colourways, inspired by the colours of the Somali, Ghanaian and Moroccan flags. Unisex styles you can expect range from lightweight tees, comfy oversized sweaters and the current staple uniform of matching sets in heavy cotton.

Notable pieces for womenswear include a colourful, yet toned down take on the Daily Paper monogram in Ghanaian flag colours of red, green and yellow, on a silky Remono dress, Rerise top, a classic style swimsuit and a matching handbag. For menswear, the colours are turned up in a bright patchwork monogram print on a lightweight button-up shirt, swim shorts and a bucket hat.

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Ardelle is back with a collection to inspire women to continue growing into the person they want to be, using fashion as the language that can help you start. The result of a personal time in founder Ardelle Fawehinmi’s life, Bloom ‘is connected to the part of my heart that believes in growth, even in the most dire situations’, she tells me.

You can expect classic and refined silhouettes from this collection with the signature exaggerated sleeve and cut out back, taking note this season of holiday silhouettes.

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We first got a preview of GOSSE au CŒUR’s Forever Dreaming collection in October last year and on Friday the collection was made available for purchase. Cohesive in its design and true to the brands youthful spirit, the collection features eight pieces in neutral tones accented with red, blue and bright orange hues that give a luxury feel to the streetwear silhouettes and cuts.

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The K Label are bringing Y2K into the 21st century with a take on the trend that says grown and sexy. The K Label, created by Karice Leila, became known for their ultra-feminine iterations of the tracksuit, and two pieces usually featuring a short skirt and structured long-sleeve top.

Recently introduced is the basiK collection featuring figure hugging maxi skirts and short-sleeve tops as a new aesthetic for The K Label. You’ll find four staples in the basiK collection: a V-neck corset top, a corset fitted t-shirt, multi-panelled leggings and a maxi skirt in three colour ways: pansy pink, oatmeal and petrol. The simplicity of the pieces make them great for layering, and the maxi skirts with a choice of matching long-sleeved or short-sleeved top are great for the transitional season, whilst the skin-tight fit still allows you to show off.

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Heron Preston has taken on Calvin Klein’s brand DNA, adding his own sensibilities, as well as his friends, into the mix in his first collection with the label. Keeping it fresh, minimal and youthful, Preston says “I just wanted to find a universal language that speaks to a global audience. One that doesn’t alienate but rather invites you in this world of simplicity, removing complexity and allowing you to discover your own style through the comfort and support of the garments”.

The collection features essentials like t-shirts, joggers, denim and underwear that camouflage the branding which is usually boldly emblazoned across their pieces and instead focuses on the cut, silhouette and texture of each piece, creating simple but quality pieces that can form a base for you to build your style on.

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Flame Lily Eyewear have launched their new coffee collection for SS21. Made from a tortoise shell acetate and a UV protected black lens, the cat eye frames come in shades espresso, mocha and flat white, sculpted to fit all types of faces for a sleek and sophisticated look.

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Newly launched Toronto-based brand ATYPIC continue their youthful take on fashion with their second drop featuring the A.SABI Zip Hoodie and the A.SABI Tote Bag, both made from locally sourced recycled cotton in the ATYPIC patchwork style.

Drawing on the concept of a post-consumer product, the campaign is inspired by a post-graduation photoshoot, evoking the natural sense of evolution from one stage to the next.

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