It's been another week in fashion, and we're here to catch you up on those moments you might have missed! This week, Julian Casablancas is shot by Hedi Slimane for Celine, Levi's and Stüssy collaborate, Max Mara Weekday release a new collection, and more. Read on for all the fashion moments you may have been too busy watching Milan Fashion shows to pay attention to.
Celine takes portraits of Julian Casablancas
For Hedi Slimane's latest in her 'portrait of a performer' series, he has photographed Julian Casablancas, lead singer of The Strokes and The Voidz. He was photographed by Hedi in Los Angeles wearing Celine Homme. This comes after Casablancas unveiled the Winter 23 collection which was a homage to the Age of Indieness. A match made in indie heaven!
Levi’s & Stüssy launch new Californian-inspired collab
In this latest collaboration from Levi's and Stüssy, launching on February 25th, the inspiration is entirely Californian. The new collection consists of two Levi's classics - a 501 Jean and a modified Type II Trucker Jacket - stamped with Stüssy's signature design aesthetic. Both pieces feature a rugged warn indigo wash, co-branded patches and buttoned shanks. For its 150th anniversary, Levi's 501's include a special edition pocket bag and print. You can watch the collaboration video here.
Weekend Max Mara announces new '24' Collection
The new Max Mara weekend collection, entitled 24 is the creation of acclaimed British editor and stylist Kate Phelan who shares her debut collection for the brand. Phelan said she “wanted the collection to reflect my style and the clothes I love to wear, capturing the enduring appeal of classics and well-made pieces. Style is about quality clothes that offer day-into-night versatility, to wear on repeat and keep forever”. The pieces feature strong outerwear looks for daytime that contains both masculine and feminine essence about them.
Urban Oasis runway PayPal Melbourne Fashion Festival celebrating First Nations designers
On the 9th of March, a spotlight will be shone on First Nations design for the second year in a row. Leading design and construction firms, Architectus, ADP Consulting, MPA and Slattery will be supporting the program at the iconic Royal Exhibition Building in Wurundjeri Country. Urban oasis will celebrate the work of up-and-coming First Nations designers such as Amber Days and Yanggurdi, alongside mainstays such as Haus of Dizzy and Moss Tunstall.
Dinner with Maggie Marilyn for the launch of the Forever collection
Maggie Marilyn hosted a stunning dinner at Icebergs to celebrate the relaunch of some of the brand's archival pieces for the Forever collection. The dinner took place at Bondi's Icebergs where friends, colleagues and peers gathered to celebrate the brand. And that they did overlook the water in the city where the brand opened its first international home.