It's the end of another week, and what better way to close out than to round up our favourite fashion moments from the week that was. From unmissable pop-up's to sample sales you'll want to be at. These are our 5 favourite fashion moments from the week.
In 74 physical spaces worldwide, unique displays and structures will introduce Balenciaga pieces that reinterpret Gucci codes and in so doing, question notions of branding, appropriating, and counterfeiting. In Australia, the Balenciaga Hacker Project will be available in stores in Brisbane, Melbourne, and Sydney. In selected locations and for a limited time only, double-B monogram shopping bags will be hand-tagged by a local artist at the time of purchase. These can be customized and personalized with a customer’s first name, reading “THIS IS” their “BAG.”
Fendi Peekaboo Bar
Fendi’s Peekaboo Bar pop-up will be returning to Sydney, this time in their newly opened Queens Club boutique from the November 23 to December 5 2021. The Peekaboo bar will allow customers to fully customise their own Mini Peekaboo bag through an exclusive experience. Over twenty different options for the body for the bag will be on offer, with a choice of different materials and colour ways, as well as seven options for the strap, allowing customers to express their own personal style. The perfect Christmas gift for someone special or a monumental moment for yourself. You choose.
Louis Vuitton has unveiled an exclusive pop-up dedicated to the women’s cruise 2022 collection at Westfield Bondi Junction, Sydney. The instalment features a curated selection of women’s ready to wear, leather goods and accessories crafted by artistic director Nicolas Ghesquière.
Speaking to the scenery of the original cruise collection show at Axe Majeur earlier this year, the pop-up echoes the same vision of blue skies and red arches that captivated the runway in Paris.
The pop-up is open from Friday November 23, 2021, until February 15th, 2022.
Scanlan Theodore Spring Summer 21, Swim Collection
Scanlan Theodore has launched its swim collection for spring summer 21 – an offering of consciously created pieces made from eco-friendly fabrication. Knitted from yarn that is 78% recycled polyamide – with the swimwear cut from fabrication that is soft, retains shape, and is resistant to sunscreen and oil.
The pieces have been designed with comfort and support front of mind, resulting in a collection that includes minimalist one-piece silhouettes and mix & match bikinis, sold as separates to wear your way.
For spring summer swim 21, the brand is taking the focus of sustainability through the entire collection, with the labels, waterproof packaging and hygiene stickers all composed of eco-friendly, recyclable materials.
Scanlan Theodore’s Spring Summer 21, Swim Collection is available to shop online now.
Albus Lumen Pop-Up Sale
Everyone’s cult-favourite brand Albus Lumen is hosting its first-ever pop-up sale within Albus Lumen Société – a space the label crafted as an appointment only retail space and showroom. Just in time for the balmy Australian summer, the label will open the doors to the public to view the store and shop past Australian made collections at up to 70 percent off.
The Albus Lumen Société pop-up store is located at shop 1/91 Glenayr Ave, Bondi Beach, and will be open on Thursday November 18 and Friday November 19 from 9am to 6pm, and on Saturday November 20 from 10am to 4pm. Shop at up to 70 percent.