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The last decade has been full of trends that have raised the fashion system, such as the move towards democratization, the removal of gender barriers or the rise…
PLEASURES drops the lookbook of its spring-summer 2019 collection titled ‘The End has NO END’: an punk imaginary with vibrant colours and prints to immerse you in L.A.’s…
Places+Faces launches a new SS19 capsule collection that focuses on 00′ rave culture through reflective motifs and fabrics that update the brand’s heritage.
If we recently confirmed the return of Prada’s Linea Rossa for this spring/summer, now we reveal the complete lookbook of the collection.
With the arrival of summer Fendi infuses a vibrant and fluorescent sensibility into its new capsule collection “Roma Amor”.
Lacoste’s Olympic Heritage collection is a celebration of the art and design of the Olympic Games.
Supreme and Vans (Surpreme x Vans) have officially launched their new Spring/Summer 2019 partnership.
Awake NY is back with its SS19 proposal.
Gentle Monster partners with Fendi (Fendi x Gentle Monster) to present the sunglasses that will elevate your style this summer.
London skateboarding brand Palace is back for another season with a Juergen Teller lookbook, this time with an offer that focuses on sportswear offering really comfortable looks for this season.
Tommy Hilfiger has decided to release a capsule that recovers some of the most iconic pieces in the archive.
The neighborhood of São Paulo hosts the new Collection of the National Selection of Brazil through an editorial by the collective VARIOSCORRE.
Brain Dead is back with a proposal full of t-shirts, accessories and much more.
A$AP Rocky creative brand – AWGE – collaborates with Japanese retailer Needles to reinterpret this spring’s tracksuit.
LACOSTE’s new campaign – #CROCODILEINSIDE – is filled with stars that extol, even more so, its classic polo.
Loewe has returned to Design Week in Milan, for the fifth consecutive year, to give voice to traditional methods.
Last September the Italian firm surprised us with its return. After 20 years, Prada once again reminded us of its love for the production and re-edition of technical fabrics.
adidas Originals and Alexander Wang exceed the limits of their collaboration for the 5th season, which will go on sale on 20 April.
After the emblematic “Triple S”, Balenciaga launched the “Track Trainer” a running style shoe, which continues with the uglywear line that began its predecessors.
Whether turning the catwalk into the wheel of fortune, or forming an army of living dolls, Jeremy Scott has established himself as the king of kitsch, especially in his role as creative director in Moschino.
NOMADA.Club launches its Capsule 010, a project in which the brand wants to emphasize the values defined in previous stages.