This week seemed to fly by like the others, a big week for fashion and new launches. As we begin to close out the working week and prepare for rest, here are our five favourite fashion moments from RUSSH.
Dior Maxi Saddle Bag
Little did we know that Dior menswear creative director Kim Jones was busy reinterpreting a Dior classic? The iconic Saddle Bag just went maxi size, almost a reimagined messenger bag in its expansive approach. Functionality and practicality just reached new volumes all kitted out with removable smartphone cases and adjustable straps, the new Dior Saddle bag takes on an elegant and perhaps urban? twist on everyone's favourite.
Celine Lunch Box Bag
Celine have introduced a completely new silhouette this week, introducing the new Lunch Box Bag. A personal favourite, the Lunch Box bag was creative director Heidi Slimane's rendition of a lunch box, reimagining a classic in its distinctive shape, that actually required a high level of craftsmanship. The bag features the classic Celine Triomphe motif closure and is available in tan calfskin, black lizard, canvas and quaint in natural wicker.
Maison Margiela x Reebok
Maison Margiela and Reebok have released two new silhouettes in collaboration this week, introducing the Club C Maison Margiela. A classic contemporary shoe with a John Galliano (for Margiela) twist, the shoe marries the design signatures of both brands in its reinterpretation of the Club C tennis shoe, a Reebok classic. Cleverly playing on the deception of the eye with trompe l’oeil, the sneaker’s one-cut upper is printed with a scanned digital of Reebok’s original Club C shoe, blurring the lines between 3D and 2D. The Club C Maison Margiela is available in white or black and went on sale this week.
Tiffany & Co. Colours of Nature
This week here at RUSSH, we got a special exclusive peek into Tiffany & Co's new jewellery collection, set to release next month. Titled Colours of Nature, the collection envision to celebrate the beauty that surrounds us -seascapes, landscapes, even the sky and the stars, opening our eyes to all of the wonders that embrace us. Designed through the eyes of Tiffany & C0. Jean Schlumberger, we apprehensively await for vibrant gemstones, bespoke 21 carat diamonds, green tourmalines and sapphires, all set to demystify next month.
Romance Was Born x The Social Studio
Romance Was Born brought about opportunities for social change this week with its new collaborative capsule collection with South Sudanese artist Atong Atem. Working alongside not-for-profit organisation, The Social Studio, Romance Was Born took inspiration collaborating with artist Atong Atem and her pandemic inspired work showcasing the decaying natural world. Vibrant prints were devised into a breathtaking collection emblazoned with the artists work, all ethically produced and made with The Social Studio, the collection went on sale this week.