The end of another big week, this time marking the beginning of Cruise as collections slowly start to number one by one. Incase you missed any tidbits, RUSSH round up another week of our favourite moments in fashion.
Dior x SACAI Menswear Collaboration
Courtesy of Dior & Brett Lloyd
Kim Jones for Dior never ceases to amaze. This season, menswear artistic director Kim Jones collaborates with Japanese label SACAI with a release of an exclusive mens Dior capsule, a creative exchange permeating design signatures from both houses, refined in a collection punctuated in monochromatic black and white.
Combining Dior atelier tailoring with SACAI's better known sportswear technicalities, the collection is a perfect hybrid of two artists and will be available from this November 2021.
Tiffany & Co. and Mario Sorrenti New Campaign Give Me the T
Tiffany & Co. have announced Golden Globe winners Anya Taylor-Joy and Tracee Ellis Ross along with world champion Skier Eileen Gu as new house ambassadors in line with its new campaign titled Give Me the T shot by none other than Mario Sorrenti. Ushering in a new lens for the brand, one that is contemporary and set in its tasteful simplicity, the campaign celebrates Tiffany & Co's signature T1 pieces with a mentionable highlight; the T1 choker in all its 250 brilliant baguette diamond glory.
“I love jewellery that has symbolism in it,”said Anya Taylor-Joy.“I love it to mean something to me. It doesn't necessarily have to mean anything to anybody else, but I like to look down at my fingers and have a story.”
The campaign launched this week, to view the full collection head to tiffany.com.au.
Iordanes Spyridon Gogos Takeover At Parlour X
Multi-disciplinary designer Jordan Gogos was one to undeniably stun AAFW. Now, post-AAFW wrap up, designer Jordan Gogos and eponymous line Iordanes Spyridon Gogos will take residency in Sydney's luxury boutique Parlour X, taking over the window installations for two weeks. Showcasing a number of looks from the new emerging designer and in way to elevate and support bright young creatives, the window installations are on display now in Paddington for your perusal.
Dior Rose High Jewellery Behind The Scenes
This week we go behind the scenes with an intimate synopsis behind Dior's Dior Rose high jewellery unveiling. A grand Dior event was hosted in Chengdu, China, with models dressed in exclusive dresses designed by creative director Maria Grazia Chiuri for the unveiling event, showcasing Dior's new high jewellery collection laden with sapphires from Myanmar, Colombian emeralds, rubies from Mozambique and sparkling diamonds. Celebrating Dior's historic 30 Avenue Montaigne, the full collection can be viewed online at dior.com.
Deadly Ponies Recycle Initiative
A brand that started from taking leather scraps from tannery bins, Deadly Ponies have now introduced its Recycle Initiative; committing to crafting pieces from 100% recycled leather, silk and brass from previous pre-loved Deadly Ponies’ pieces, samples and offcuts. A unique brand owning its own eco-atelier and entering its 17th year in operation, Deadly Ponies continues its innovations in promoting a healthier and more circular economy, ensuring more sustainable practices in manufacturing and supply chains. More information on Deadly Ponies Recycle Initiative through deadlyponies.com.