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What’s in fashion? 6 favourite fashion moments of the week

We're back for another week of what's in fashion. Events are ramping up, and new releases are on the horizon. This week, we attended the reopening of Dior's flagship store in Sydney, and have been relishing the release of COS Store's online platform. Below, are our favourite fashion moments of the week.

Dior reopens Sydney Flagship

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On Wednesday night amid rain showers, Dior hosted an exclusive party to celebrate the reopening of their flagship boutique at 65 Castlereagh Street, Sydney. Through newly finished doors, Dior welcomed guests and friends of the House to their newly reopened boutique in the heart of Sydney’s luxury and fashion district.

Following a tour of the store, Guests were then transported to Sydney’s Shell House, which was transformed into an enchanted French garden where they enjoyed Moët & Chandon champagne and Dior-designed cocktails and canapes and were serenaded by emerging artist JOY!, with performances throughout the captivating venue by DJ Dan Lywood as well as an exclusive piano performance by Ambre Hammond and Stu Hunter.


Coach celebrates SS22 collection in Melbourne

For the release of its Spring 2022 collection, Coach celebrates with a special collaboration with local artist Steen Jones to create public Coach murals in Melbourne. The bespoke, hand-painted murals can be found in three locations: Corner of Elizabeth Street and Collins Street, Melbourne CBD, La Trobe Street, Melbourne CBD, and Caledonian Lane, Melbourne CBD.

“This Coach collaboration was a dream job,” said Jones of the collaboration. “It was exciting to start with the iconic Coach Horse and Carraige emblem and then re-interpret it in a joyful, optimistic way with modern cultural references for a modern urban landscape. I hope that people enjoy viewing the artworks as much as I enjoyed creating them.”


COS Stores launches online platform

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London-based fashion brand COS will finally extend its iconic footprint with the launch of a dedicated Australian e-commerce site this Autumn. Known for its modern, functional, considered designs for women and men, will allow Australian customers nationwide to shop the in-season Southern-hemisphere collections locally.

“Having built a solid footprint of physical stores since our entry 7 years ago, Australia has swiftly grown to become one of our strongholds in the APAC region. With our expansion into the digital arena, we are excited to give even more customers access to our offerings on a national level.”  Christoffer Sellin, Managing Director of COS Asia Pacific said in a press release.


Dior presents the savoir-faire of its D-Jungle scarves

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Presenting a must-have item for spring summer 2022, the D-Jungle scarves highlight the singularity of each silhouette with a free, assertive attitude. These exceptional creations’ dazzling print combines animal sketches with graphical elements, and was designed using the plane frame printing process, a savoir-faire that pushes the limits of excellence and the art of detail. A celebration of exceptional craftsmanship that radiates self-affirmation in the name of joy.


The Outnet launches menswear

Luxury past season retailer The Outnet, has officially launched its menswear shopping experience.The newly launched digital experience will include a dedicated menswear homepage, menswear mega nav drop down, editorial and styling advice as well as marketing campaigns, allowing shoppers to switch between womenswear and menswear shopping experiences via the site. The menswear experience will continue to be expanded and nurtured with aims for the final platform to mirror the experience of The Outnet’s womenswear website.


Syrup X Ruskin Brown editorial

Australian photographer Ruskin Brown shoots Syrup Underwear, a lockdown passion project that flourished into handfuls of soft, lace undies.

"Our shoot 'Forest Nymph' was designed to be a celebration of human sexuality and the natural environment. Syrup focuses on making everybody feel comfortable as well as sexy in their garments, while ensuring sustainability as every level of design and production. The release of 'Forest Nymph' aligns with the drop of the newest deadstock fabric colourway 'Jungle Green" Says Syrup founder, Tegan Dermek.


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