Tell me, what's new in fashion this week? BOSS taps well known faces Naomi Campbell and Gigi Hadid for its SS23 campaign, Farfetch and Palm Angels join forces and Burberry is in the mood for love. As for the other fashion moments? Keep scrolling.
ZENITH and Carl Cox take over Icebergs
On January 19, electronic music legend and long-standing friend of ZENITH, Carl Cox, treated one hundred guests to a private party at Icebergs Sydney. Alice Q was on the decks while Mimi Elashiry, Roberta Pecoraro, Rhys Kosakowski and more took to the dance floor. Keep your eyes peeled for the limited edition watch ZENITH and Cox have been working on, which is scheduled to release midway through 2023.
Burberry unveils its Valentine's Day campaign, B:MINE
Ahead of Valentine's Day, Burberry places the spotlight on love with an intimate campaign capturing couples shrouded in Burberry gifts and tokens of affection. From the signature Lola Bag to cashmere scarves with the iconic Burberry check, these are the gifts that say "be mine".
Naomi Campbell, Gigi Hadid and more appear in BOSS SS23 campaign
What makes a BOSS? That question is explored in the new Spring Summer 2023 campaign from BOSS. The label has tapped those at the peak of their industry such as Gigi Hadid, Naomi Campbell, South Korean actor Lee Minho, next-generation Italian TikTok creator Khaby Lame and Italian tennis player Matteo Berrettini to track their career journey from obscurity to excellence.
Palm Angels and Farfetch team up to curate a limited release package
Marking the seventh release from FARFETCH BEAT, a new retail concept behind exclusive product experiences, the luxury retailer has tapped Palm Angels for its latest iteration. The limited release package includes customisable University sneakers and an exclusive invitation to the Palm Angels Fall Winter 2023 show in Paris.
Moncler releases its latest Genius collection, 4 Moncler Hyke
Hideaki Yoshihara and Yukiko Ode, the architects of cult Japanese label Hyke, have teamed up with Moncler for a second collaboration. It's a fusion of minimalism and function over form, taking heritage pieces like the 1960 Lionel Terray down coat and remaking it with technical fabrics and the latest innovation.