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CELINE’s new Gold Coast store and Kirstin Ash’s necklace for World Ocean Day: here’s what you missed in fashion this week

CELINE's new Gold Coast store and Kirstin Ash's necklace for World Ocean Day: here’s what you missed in fashion this week

In between snooping on e-commerce website for the best EOFY sales, we've of course had one eye on the fashion news streaming in this week. From World Ocean Day projects by local jewellers to luxury store openings in the Gold Coast and Mykonos – there's plenty to chat about when in comes to the week's fashion moments.

Of course, we're excited to see one of our favourite Kiwi supermodels front a homegrown brand's latest campaign, and overseas see one of our favourite NYC-based labels pay homage to their city's roots. For all the fashion moments and news you might have missed this week, read on...


CELINE open new store in the Gold Coast

CELINE have just launched a new store at Pacific Fair in the Gold Coast. It's the House's newest footprint in the Australian market, and carries some exclusive Plein Soleil product available only at Pacific Fair alongside women's ready-to-wear, shoes, handbags, small leather goods, fine jewellery, sunglasses and perfume. The store also has Click & Collect and Alteration services available,

Find out more on the CELINE website.


Tommy Hilfiger and friends take Mykonos

Last week Tommy Hilfiger took a swathe of friends of the brand – including Australia's own Nicole Warne – to Mykonos for a 3-day event that included a full-service styling suite showcasing their SS24 hero products, iconic dining experiences, and a trip on Hilfiger's own luxury yacht, Flag. The trip also celebrated the opening of the Tommy Hilfiger Mykonos pop-up, which included a full Tommy takeover of the piazza.

Find out more on the Tommy Hilfiger website.


Christian Louboutin drop their Fall Winter 24 collection

Christian Louboutin's Fall Winter 24 collection reimagines classic silhouettes inspired by the rugged allure of the American Wild West. Expect luxurious cowhide boots, sophisticated derbies, and denim-infused pieces – along with the standout Rocknrun sneaker, which blends high-performance design with the iconic Louboutin aesthetic. Embroidered details in the Lucky range showcase the House's impeccable craftsmanship, with each piece taking up to 80 hours to create. Moccasins get a stylish update with the MJ Moc and Chambeluss mule, epitomising effortless elegance.

Find out more on the Christian Louboutin website.


Kirstin Ash debut Ocean Deep Necklace for World Ocean Day

In celebration of World Ocean Day over the weekend, Kirstin Ash unveiled their Ocean Deep Necklace, a limited-edition piece inspired by the ocean's mesmerising beauty and reflecting the brand's dedication to ocean conservation. With 50% of the profits going to Living Ocean, a Northern Beaches charity championing marine research and preservation, the necklace stands as a tribute to "the colours between the waves," says Ash, crafted from 9K solid gold and adorned with six ocean-hued stones, including Swiss Blue Topaz, Emerald, London Blue Topaz, and Green Blue Teal Sapphire.

Find out more on the Kirstin Ash website.


Georgia Fowler is the face of Paris Georgia's 09 collection

On Wednesday, Paris Georgia’s Pre-Fall 24 collection campaign dropped, featuring Kiwi model Georgia Fowler and shot by Mel Levy. The campaign collection highlights the brand's signature shapes in mint-toned ballerina satin and party dresses in coral and concrete sheen jersey. This season, the brand experiments with crochet, and classic faded blue denim is reimagined in signature jeans and a denim bustier. "Georgia has been a dear friend and supporter of Paris Georgia since day one," said the New Zealand–based duo. "With her return to New York as a mother of two, we felt it was the perfect time to shoot her in the city where her career started."

Find out more on the Paris Georgia website.


Coach debuts Winter 2024 collection

Coach's Winter 24 collection – a continuation of its Fall 2024 runway – reimagines the "all-American style", playing with contrasts and the art of dressing up, while embracing coziness for the winter season. Stuart Vevers rethinks expectations by layering slip dresses over cable-knit sweaters, pairing party skirts with "Popeye" sweaters, and topping leggings with tuxedo jackets. The collection sparkles with crystal pavé charms of the Statue of Liberty, taxi cabs, and "I ♥ NY" logos, celebrating the vibrant essence of New York, Coach's beloved home.

Find out more on the Coach website.


Henne opens Paddington store

Henne launched their Paddington terrace boutique in style this week, with catering from Sian Davies that included an enormous strawberry and rhubarb cake. The store's interiors, designed by Brahman Perera, feature pitted timber, tabletops with expressive painted brushwork, and hand crafted objects, from Red Hill to Japan to Sydney to Mexico City – representative of the global reach of the brand.

Find out more on the Henne website.

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