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Fashion moments you might have missed this week

Fashion moments you might have missed this week

Unbelievably (at least for us), we have ended up at the tail-end of the year – only a mere 10 days out from Christmas itself, and only a few more out from the New Year. But before we get there, there are a few fashion moments and news items on our radar to share.

From a favourite New Zealand label's first-ever archive sale in Sydney and two Burberry stores thrusting open their doors, to an iconic timepiece getting a luxe new makeover – there's plenty to busy yourself with this week. And if that's not enough, there are stunning Resort and High Summer collection releases galore, perfect for that last-minute holiday look or for keeping tabs on through those post-xmas sales.

For all the fashion moments and news you might have missed this week, read on.


Burberry re-opens its Chadstone store and opens new one in Sydney

Burberry has re-opened its Chadstone, Melbourne store just in time for the holiday season after it was refitted, and has also opened a brand new store in Westfield, Sydney. The stores both feature an array of new-season menswear, womenswear and accessories from Daniel Lee's Winter 23 collection for the luxury British fashion House. They also both showcase unique wooden sculptures from artist Casey McCafferty – a nod to Burberry's commitment to excellent craftsmanship.

Find out more about both store locations on Burberry's website.


Paris Georgia host archive pop-up sale in Sydney

One of our favourite New Zealand fashion labels, Paris Georgia, are hosting their first-ever pop-up archive sale from today until Sunday in Sydney's Paddington. The sale is set to include archival pieces from the past two years, as well as one-off unique samples, with prices set to range from $100-$400.

Explore the Paris Georgia website, or visit their archive sale from 10am-4pm Friday-Sunday at 17 Oxford St, Paddington NSW.


Franck Muller Debuts the 'Curvex CX Lady'

Watchmakers Franck Muller have launched a new iteration of their iconic Cintrée Curvex series this week with the new Curvex CX Lady. The Cintrée Curvex series has been one of Franck Muller’s most distinctive silhouettes since the early 1990s, with an immediately recognisable watch case and dial.

The Curvex CX Lady comes in two new case sizes, featuring an intricate guilloché pattern on the dial and a diamond-encrusted rose or white gold case. Available in a range of pastel shades, as well as classic black and white, each come with a matching alligator leather strap.

Find out more on the Franck Muller website.


Beare Park launch their Resort 24 collection

Sydney-based Beare Park have launched their Resort 24 collection this week, which focuses on bringing together elements of sensuality with those considered more 'utilitarian'. Remaining committed to natural fibres, ethical manufacturing and exacting construction, the collection highlights asymmetry and tailored separates, as well as more refined outerwear options that cater to both oversized and slimline silhouettes.

Beare Park's hallmark shirting evolves in the new collection through the incorporation of neck ties; polished staples iterated into new classic cuts.

Explore the Resort 24 collection now on Beare Park's website.


Saint Laurent opens new flagship store in Paris

For those travelling to Paris soon, Saint Laurent has just opened its largest flagship store in the world, housed in a historic building on the iconic avenue des Champs-Élysées. With this boutique, Anthony Vaccarello introduces an entirely new design concept which aims to instil a sense of discovery at one of the world’s most emblematic addresses, while celebrating the essence of the original architectural elements.

“I wanted to realise one of Yves Saint Laurent’s wishes when he arrived in Paris and said he wanted his name to be written in fiery letters on the Champs-Élysées,” shared Anthony Vaccarello. In addition to the House's complete offering of collections, the new flagship store will also feature items that have been specifically curated for the space, and unique to the boutique.


MARYSIA swim drop Chapter 3 of their Resort 24 collection

LA-based luxury swimwear brand MARYSIA have released the latest instalment of their Resort 24 collection this week, featuring fuchsia hues and striped sets perfect for the warmer months. Their signature scalloped-edge swimwear is expanded upon in the collection, featuring their premium Italian fabrics, cut by hand.

Explore the Resort 24 collection on the MARYSIA website.


LUUDA host their High Summer launch

Australian womenswear label LUUDA hosted friends of the brand this week at Sydney's iconic Icebergs Dining Room for a celebratory luncheon marking the launch of their latest High Summer collection.

Shot by Gabrielle Penfold and her partner Marcus Rampe, the event featured the brand's signature colourful tie-dye motifs, backdropped by the majesty of Bondi Beach.

Explore the High Summer collection now on LUUDA's website.


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