If you're anything like us, you've probably felt pretty overwhelmed by all of the Met Gala coverage and commentary that has dominated the fashion news cycle over the last week, so it's only fair that you may have been remiss in keeping on top of the other notable fashion moments of the week. But don't you worry – we're here to keep you abreast of the latest news, from Saint Laurent's first ever dedicated jewellery line, to capsule collections from Marni, Chrisopher Esber and Calvin Klein. Here's what you might have missed this week...
Saint Laurent launches their first jewellery line
Purveyors of fine things, YSL, have now stepped foot into the fine jewellery game, launching their first-ever jewellery collection. Designed by the House's creative director Anthony Vaccarello, the line includes artfully crafted and timelessly stylish chainlink bangles, geometric earrings, Grecian-inspired cuffs and sleek rings.
The collection is available to shop online and in selected Saint Laurent stores.
Marni x Erykah Badu capsule collection
Iconic songstress Erykah Badu has teamed up with Italian fashion House Marni to release an exclusive collection of women's ready-to-wear, accessories and footwear. The collection, co-designed by Badu and Marni's Creative Director Francesco Risso, places focus on a combination of leather patchworks, velvets, sequins and wools – in quintessential Badu fashion.
You can shop the collection in select Marni stores in the US as part of their first Fall Winter drop, and across European retail locations and stockists later in the season.
BLACKPINK's Jennie collaborates with Calvin Klein
Fresh off her back-to-back headlining performances at this year's Coachella, BlackPink's Jennie has announced a limited edition capsule collection in partnership with Calvin Klein.
Taking cues from her personal style and wardrobe, the collection includes intimates, dresses, tees, fleeces and knits that reimagine hallmark CK silhouettes in lilac, chalky blues and monochrome colour ways, all curated by Jennie herself.
The collection will be available in select Calvin Klein stores and on their website globally from 10 May 2023.
Christopher Esber debuts bridal capsule with Net-a-Porter
Australian ready-to-wear designer Christopher Esber is getting into the wedding game with an exclusive bridal category that launched on Net-a-Porter at the beginning of the week. Esber encapsulates their hallmark laid-back sensuality in seven exclusive evening dresses.
The bridal capsule is available exclusively online at Net-a-Porter.
Jaeger-LeCoultre opens nomadic '1931 Café' in Sydney
Across two weekends in May, Swiss watchmakers Jaeger-LeCoultre are inviting visitors to their roving 1931 Café at two iconic landmark destinations across Sydney.
You can visit the café from 5-7 May at Western Promenade, Circular Quay, and from 9-11 May at Martin Place (between Pitt Street and Castlereagh Street). Visitors to the café can enjoy complimentary beverages and chocolates embellished with the Art-Deco inspired 1931 Alphabet, a homage to their recent collaboration with lettering artist Alex Trochut.