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Christopher Esber’s sample sale and Ksubi’s Eyewear launch: here’s what you missed in fashion this week

Christopher Esber's sample sale and Ksubi's Eyewear launch: here's what you missed in fashion this week

Fashion has been at the fore of news this week all over the world – whether you were lapping up the fashions from Monday's Met Gala, or if you were lamenting about the frivolity of it all in the midst of so many global crises. Locally, there's also plenty to take in this week for fashion industry insiders and aficionados alike – there are plenty of warehouse sales and sample sales happening across the country, new releases from brands and AFW to gear up for next week, too. For all the fashion moments and news you might have missed this week, read on...


Christopher Esber is hosting a sample sale in Sydney

Bargain hunters this one is for you! Christopher Esber is hosting a sample sale in Paddington, Sydney this week, from Thursday until Saturday (9–11 May). The sale will feature previous season styles, samples and archive pieces – and shoppers have the chance to ‘win your basket’ for up to $1000AUD to spend at the sale by signing up on their website.

Find out more on the Christopher Esber website.


Ksubi launches eyewear with Australian NBA player Patty Mills

Ksubi Eyewear was launched yesterday, with NBA star and fashion icon Patty Mills as the face of their first campaign. The campaign is part of a longer-term partnership between the Aussie brand and athlete, too. The eyewear range features four styles – Good$en, Smiths, Cypher and Tyrell – as well as a limited-edition version of the Smiths style made in collaboration with Mills. Each style comes in two different colourways, and embellished with Ksubi detailing.

Find out more on the Ksubi website.


AP Social Club heads to Sydney

To honour the launch of its First Semester Novelties for 2024, luxury Swiss watchmakers Audemars Piguet (AP) have welcome their AP Social Club to Sydney. The yearly initiative invites guests to immerse themselves in the latest AP horological wonders. Attendees at the Sydney edition had the exclusive opportunity to view the brand's 2024 Novelties offering, which included a selection of timepieces blending tradition and innovation, crafting ever more complex mechanisms and designs within styles such as the Royal Oak Self Winding and Code 11.59 by Audemars Piguet.

Find out more on the AP website.


Longchamp hosts pop-up store at The Galeries

French fashion house Longchamp opened their 'Do You Saint-Tropez?' pop-up this week at Sydney's iconic shopping precinct, The Galeries. This marks the brand's first-ever pop-up boutique in Australia, and showcases the best of a rich sunset palette through luxury leather goods and accessories. The brand's latest footwear collection (made in collaboration with iconic Tropezienne brand, K.Jacques) is also on display. The pop-up will run from now until 19 May at 500 George St, Sydney NSW 2000.

Find out more on the Longchamp website.


Dior presents their Icons Campaign with Robert Pattinson

Kim Jones's Dior Icons capsule was released this week, and continues to reinvent the savoire-faire of the House's menswear identity. The capsule campaign was fronted by British actor and Dior ambassador Robert Pattinson, who donned structured coats, wide-leg sport pants and cashmere sweaters, dreaming up a timeless neo-wardrobe of pared-down and sophisticated garments. The capsule was paired with new Dior Gravity leather pieces in beige hues, on which the maxi version of Dior oblique signature motif unfurls.

Find out more on the Dior website.


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