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What’s better than a two-way? A three-way. For Kiko Kostadinov’s latest hookup with Asics, the duo recruited a third collaborator: Hysteric Glamour. The highly influential Japanese brand was born on the streets of Tokyo in 1984, before making its way onto the backs of in-the-know underground kids in New York, London and LA in the ’90s and ’00s. For this collab, the Asics Gel-Quantum Lylia’s are given a facelift, complete with a pearly glitter finish and a unique shoe lacing system first used in the Skysensor Slash JJ as seen in Asics' archive. Then, over to KK x HG, which merges pop-coloured prints and subversive designs with everyday casuals. Here you'll find a tasty mix of stripes, car sticker prints and “Kiko Hys” logos slapped on skirt-trouser combos straight outta Harajuku, zip-through denim jackets and elaborate prints on knits. Three is definitely not a crowd.
Practically speaking, camo print is for blending into your surroundings. But reader, you’re not on all fours in the middle of a jungle like Rambo. You’re uhmming and ahhing about what to wear to the pub this weekend, what will make you look cool, what will get you laid, what will have your friends say “Blimey, you’re looking shweeet”. And for that, the practically of camo in its traditional sense is put on the backburner. Camouflage up for a bender and you’ll stick out like a nun at a rave, but that’s all part of the fun.
Just two months after Maximilian Davis’ killer debut as Ferragamo’s new creative director at Milan Fashion Week, the Italian house is already delivering the goods – literally. For one month only, Davis’ high-glamour, Hollywood-influenced SS23 collection is available to purchase in an edited preview, before its official full release next year. Just in time for party season, you can get your hands on the second-skin suede, curved heels, harness-detailed trousers and ruby red sparkles that made September’s show so memorable. It might not be the season of giving just yet, but we’d say that’s pretty generous.
You were warned never to push Carrie to the limits… Now, JW Anderson has partnered with MGM on a capsule collection featuring none other than the blood-soaked prom queen. A full capsule collection of ready-to-wear puffer jackets, T-shirts, tracksuits and printed co-ords, the spellbinding AW22 offering features prints of Sissy Spacek before and after pig-gate, killer (literally) quotes, and an accompanying campaign starring none other than the magical Lily McMenemy. Warning: might induce levitating, revenge rampage or Bible bashing. For now, we’ll pray.
Swarovski's just unveiled its new Christmas campaign and it's a blinder. Starring none other than brand ambassador and ultimate It Girl Bella Hadid, it's shot by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott and features everything from dazzling crystal earrings to blinding bracelets and seriously sexy necklaces dripping in sparkles – you won’t be short for choice.
The boys at Yardsale are back in time for the cooler months, armed with YS classics like the popular loose-fit Phantasy jeans, velour zip hoodies and 100% cotton crewnecks with herringbone panel detailing. And, as ever with Yardsale, there’s prints, embroideries and sporty motifs aplenty. Get up, get out – but do it cosy.