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Fashion moments you may have missed this week

Fashion moments you may have missed this week

If we were to sum up the fashion moments in a word this week it would: exclusive. Limited-edition capsule collections, special fanzines and collaborations, city exclusives – it's all about small-batch releases that feel timely, and like they encapsulate a special moment.

We're excited to get our hands on one of Bottega Veneta's Winter 23 collection's accompanying fanzines in store, or finally snag one of Le Labo's famous City Exclusives fragrances from a faraway destination this month. As per the usual, we've rounded up a list of all the fashion moments from the last week that we think you should know about below.


Antler launches exclusive travel accessories range

Antler launches exclusive travel accessories rangeBritish travel brand Antler has launched a new range of travel accessories, available exclusively through the Antler website. The range – which includes luggage straps, luggage tags, crossbody bags and limited-edition silk scarves – has been carefully curated to help enhance and personalise your travel experience – coming from a brand with over 100 years of experience. The range also includes a new Ocean Bottle x Antler water bottle, which are made from BPA plastic, recycled stainless steel and 50% ocean-bound plastic in the base.


Mulberry x Paul Smith ‘Antony’ Collection

A collaboration that embodies the very heart of British style and craftsmanship – Mulberry have teamed up with legendary designer Paul Smith to release a 10-piece capsule collection that introduces three new sizes of the brand's classic leather Antony bag, and two novel silhouettes: the Antony Clip and Antony Tote bags. All of the capsule collection's leatherwear was designed, developed, and manufactured in England; sourced from environmentally accredited tanneries and assembled on location in Somerset.


Bottega Veneta introduce a limited-edition fanzine

To accompany the House's Winter 23 campaign, Bottega Veneta have introduced a limited-edition set of fanzine-formatted books that can be collected free of charge from all of their retail stores globally as of Thursday 7 September. Each book delves into a season's creative references and pilots readers through an intimate visual journey of Matthieu Blazy's creative direction.

Since Blazy's foundational Winter 22 collection, the House have continued to release books together with each show collection launch in-store.


Sarah & Sebastian latest offering 'BLUE CORRIDOR'

Jewellers Sarah & Sebastian have released their latest collected BLUE CORRIDOR, inspired by the spectacle of whale migration. Fluid lines and pear-shaped sapphires mimic the graceful twists of breached flukes, and drifting pods – and 20 per cent of all sales from the collection will be directed toward the Australian Marine Conservation society, founding partner of The Xanthe ProjectTM.


St Agni x AGMES metal bustier collection

If you had your eye on those metal bustiers that punctuated the looks from their AAFW fashion show this year, St Agni has teamed up with AGMES to create a small collection of made-to-order pieces. Available in three styles – Twist, Wave and Jean – the tops are perhaps closer to art piece than garment, and are made of Sterling-silver-plated white bronze, with a black leather belt closure. The series is now available for purchase on St Agni's website.


Le Labo City Exclusive fragrances now available in stores

For the month of September, Le Labo's coveted City Exclusives are now available online or from the Potts Point, Bondi, Fitzroy and James St Labs. The 15 scents in the collection pay tribute to the brand's favourite global cities, and are usually only available to purchase within the confines of their locus.


Dior celebrate Lady Dior with Seongsu-dong concept store in Seoul

Last Friday Dior unveiled the Lady Dior Celebration exhibition at their Seongsu-dong concept store in Seoul, South Korea, which spotlights the unique symbiosis of Dior and Korea, and the history and craftsmanship of the Lady Dior bag. The exclusive retrospective features 42 reinterpretations by 24 Korean artists, each translating and poetically sublimating the excellence and essence of the Lady Dior object.


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