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Five fashion moments you may have missed this week

Five fashion moments you may have missed this week

Yet another week in fashion has passed, and we're here to bring you all the news – on collections, campaigns, new launches and the like – so you can stay updated with what's new in the fashion world. This week has been a big one for new releases – from Daniel Lee's new Burberry Winter 23 campaign, to Bottega Veneta's foray into the world of print media. Here's all of the fashion moments you might have missed...


Kim Jones and Tremaine Emory present Dior Tears menswear capsule

Kim Jones merged forces with Tremaine Emory, Supreme creative director, for the Dior Tears capsule collection, released on July 17. The collection was inspired by Black excellence in the 50s and 60s; with nods to Black Ivy League students, the Civil Rights Movement and the unruffled style of Jazz musicians of the era. Fusing workwear with preppy codes, as can be seen with the Dior Tears baseball cap and tie, here is an offering that is as wearable as it is nostalgic.


Burberry introduces new Winter 23 campaign

Daniel Lee's Winter 23 campaign for Burberry showcases a series of portraits set against the wild, open landscapes of the British Isles. A wardrobe of trench coats, rubber boots, field jackets and updated checks sit alongside the house's reimagined Equestrian Knight motif, now bold in blue.


Chanel opens their CODES COULEUR pop-up on Sydney's King Street

From 15 July until 4 August, immerse yourself in a sensory experience at Chanel's CODES COULEUR pop-up. The pop-up coincides with the House's exciting newest limited-edition beauty offering, CODES COULEUR, which features nail files, compact mirrors and brush cases in a striking curation of shades.

Located at 143-145 King Street, Sydney, the space features monumental monochromatic product replicas, as well as limited-edition creations of the House. Guests of the space are encouraged to decode Chanel's emblematic colours, and to recreate exclusive looks. Register to lock in a time inside the pop up on the Chanel website.


Moncler x Salehe Bembury collection launches

American footwear and streetwear designer Salehe Bembury has collaborated with Italian luxury fashion house Moncler to release a limited-edition capsule collection born from a shared appreciate of the outdoors. The collection draws on the house codes of Moncler, whilst reinterpreting palette, shape and utility through Bembury's distinct lens.

“This campaign is a dialogue about humanising luxury. My goal is to harmoniously balance Moncler DNA with the heritage of the outdoors. This collection embodies a juxtaposition of ethos rarely seen in either environment," said Bembury of the collection.

The campaign, shot by Hala Mater and photographed by Lauren Kim captures a group of hikers communing with the elements on a California-inspired forest trail.


Venroy opens new flagship in Montauk, NY

Cult Australian label Venroy has opened their first brick-and-mortar store on the southern shores of Long Island, New York, in the coastal township of Montauk.

The flagship's interiors embody the contemporary-cool, relaxed spirit of Venroy, playfully curated furniture and objects d'art punctuating the otherwise pared-back space. Much like it's neighbour across the atlantic – Venroy in Capri – the space draws on the brand's escapist spirit and luxurious design language, anchored by an understated neutral palette of ebonised oak, raw steel and cashmere textiles.

The seasonal store will showcase the brand's Holiday 23 collection, as well as an exclusive capsule, Venroy Montauk Merchandise, that celebrates the nautical inspirations of the storied fishing village.


Bottega Veneta steps into print media with MAGMA

Bottega Veneta have lent their luxurious vision to print media, launching the first issue of their supported journal entitled Magma. The inaugural issue of the annual publication features 18 artists and over 80 works of art and literary texts, most previously unpublished. The publication's founder and editor-in-chief, Paul Olivennes, said the publication was intended to revive the format of art-conversations that journals like Minotaure (1933) or the first issues of Andy Warhol’s Interview (1969) created.

“I wanted to revive this format, which has now disappeared, in all its aesthetic, graphic, and intellectual sophistication. I also wanted to put artists and writers back centre stage and to recreate a dialogue between them by weaving connections between their work. Magma will feature a large number of previously unpublished work, or work .created exclusively for the journal. I imagine it as a dive into the intimacy, the creative magma, of the art," Olivennes said.


Nike's new capsule collection is inspired by the Australian lifestyle and landscape

Nike Women have launched their new 'Nike AU Collection' a capsule inspired by the active Aussie lifestyle, lived in nature. The collection's colours and textures were inspired by the rugged beauty of our terrain, from beach to bush to rolling plains.

Hemp and amber brown-toned fleece crews, jackets, tracksuit pants and t-shirts compliment the only Australian-inspired iterations of the Nike AU Collection Air Max 270s, Dunk Lows and Air Max 90s.


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