From store openings to new collections, here's what happened in fashion this week.
Hermes opens newly redesigned Brisbane flagship boutique
The beautiful Hermes boutique in Brisbane have finally reopened its doors after its redesign and renovation. Heralding on the corner of Edward and Elizabeth Street, the store pays its tribute to the Sunshine State with elegantly off-white finishings, eucalyptus shaded rugs and ceramic walls, naturally blended palettes of soft neutrals; complete with grand bronzed framed windows - the boutique boasts interiors and exteriors designed to embrace the natural light best known to Brisbane city.
Welcoming guests for the boutiques grand re-opening are the works of Sydney-based sculptor Gustavo Balboa, which will later install as window displays, charming onlookers and future boutique guests.
SIR. launches Pre-Fall and SIR. Denim
For Pre-Fall 21, SIR. takes us all on a nostalgic time travel, reminiscent of both old Australiana and Americana, taking us to Tasmania's Satellite Island in launch of its new collection. Excitingly enough, SIR. goes well and beyond this season, paying much attention to cut and construction in furthermore launching its new denim line, SIR.Denim. Handcrafted in Turkey from 100% certified organic cotton, the styles are now available in black, white and raw all with detailed finishing complete with customised SIR hardware.
Sarah and Sebastian launch genderless collection METALLURGY
It seems wherever fashion is concerned, gender is slowly becoming a meaningless social construct. This week, RUSSH favourite and Australia's own Sarah and Sebastian have launched its new genderless jewellery line titled METALLURGY, that showcases the perfect balance in both femme and masc lines and shapes. The collection is a personal favourite with classics reinterpreted such as signet rings, chain links and the brands signature aesthetic taken off on its own gender neutral spin.
The iconic Tabi has undergone a Maison Margiela make-over in the form of a red sneaker in the next installment for Maison Margiela x Reebok. In part of their ongoing collaboration, the Classic Leather Tabi, originally launched with Reebok in January 2021, houses Margiela's most emblematic design codes but reimagined in the realms of sportswear. Available now in select Maison Margiela stores and online, for more information head to maisonmargiela.com.
Le Specs x Christopher Kane bring More Joy
Two worlds collide with the new Le Specs x Christopher Kane's More Joy eyewear launched this week featuring two of Le Spec's most sought after and classic silhouettes in black, white and red. Sporting the pillars of ‘Special’, ‘More Joy’ and ‘Sex’ - the collection is now available on lespecs.com.