Modern Citizen’s new arrivals will effortlessly have you ready for fall’s crisp weather with a new collection of warm coats, leather skirts, and knit dresses.
While there’s still buzz about the most recent Savage x Fenty show with a quite literally showstopping collection available to shop online now, Rihanna continues to deliver. The latest from Savage x Fenty is the brand’s Halloween collection, which is filled with lacy underwear and dark corsets.
Movado has announced its next Artist Series collaboration with Cuban-American artist Carmen Herrera whose works are in permanent collections in Whitney and MoMA Museums. Herrera’s style is defined by bold colors, strong lines, and dynamic geometric forms. The timepieces in this collaboration brilliantly portray Herrera’s bold minimalism—like art for your wrists!
Attersee’s collection two just dropped and it features a range of coats, dresses, and separates in washed poplin, cashmere, and crepe satin. The latest has the same easy and comfortable, yet polished feeling of collection one, but feels more tailored to life returning back in the office and into the world.
Roxanne Assoulin launched RA your way, a new custom endeavor where the brand’s signature bracelets can be customized with colorways and text exactly your way.
Barbour’s new womenswear collection, designed in tandem with luxury interiors company House of Hackney, marks the first time the two British brands have partnered together. The seven styles of outerwear and clothing fuse Barbour’s heritage with House of Hackney’s distinctive floral prints, reflecting the quintessential aesthetic of both brands.
Luxury fashion has officially started to transcend the physical realm. Balmain has teamed up with gaming company ALTAVA on eight dynamic NFTs to be used in the new interactive metaverse game by ALTAVA, Worlds of You, and auctioned on Featured By Binance. To bring this exceptional NFT collection to life, Balmain collaborated with ALTAVA in honor of its creative director Olivier Rousteing’s 10th anniversary. Together, they’ve turned clothing from past Balmain collections into dynamic, moving NFTs.
The latest fine collection from Alison Lou is entitled, Groovy—a nod to the psychedelic era of the ’60s and ’70s with peace signs and mushroom motifs crafted with pearls, opals, and one-of-kind hand-painted tie-dye pieces, too.