Including several more jewellery launches.
Introducing Halle Bailey in Pandora Be Love
Love is in the air — romantic, friendship, brotherly and now sisterly (we see you Chloe and Halle Bailey). This Valentine’s day, Pandora has launched a new brand platform titled “Be Love,” a multi-season campaign that drives home the notion that love is more than just a calendar date or a fleeting feeling — it is something one does, lives, embodies and embraces every day.
In the star-studded campaign, three new global ambassadors are introduced for the first time: sisters Chloe and Halle and actress, author and advocate Selma Blair. Arriving in tandem with a range of new jewellery collections, you’ll find pieces made from high-quality sterling silver, 14 karat gold, murano glass and lab-grown diamonds.
KidSuper takes Canada Goose and the NBA to Paris
Brooklyn-based streetwear brand KidSuper has hopped on court with Canada Goose and the NBA to design a limited-edition four-piece capsule for their ongoing partnership. Featuring a reversible fleece jacket, reversible puffer vest, toque and more, these new designs debuted on January 21 at KidSuper’s Fall 2024 runway show during Paris Menswear Fashion Week.
Central to the collection is designer Colm Dillane’s colourful and whimsical art (which needs no introduction!). Look close enough and you’ll see an abstract iteration of excited fans connecting through sports, a print exclusive to this collaboration in celebration of the 2024 NBA All-Star game. The other key artwork in the collection illustrates snowy mountain peaks and frozen waters — a northern scene known to Canada Goose’s identity.
COS releases a unisex jewellery collection for Valentine’s Day
‘Tis the season for jewellery lovers to rejoice. COS is introducing a stackable jewellery capsule ahead of V-Day, and it transcends seasons and gender.
The eclectic rings, earrings, bracelets and charms are designed with interesting textures and irregular shapes, exuding a certain kind of uniqueness not found in most jewellery collections. And although the brand’s use of recycled materials is impressive, the semi-precious stones are the real game-changers. Think clear quartz for clarity and healing, smoky quartz to ground and protect, blue eye tiger to calm and vibrant pink jade to purify.
Dior Délicat is the crème de la crème of Haute Couture Jewellery
While admiring haute couture collections this time of year, jewellery is not to be forgotten. Take Dior Délicat, for example. Dreamed up by Victoire de Castellane, creative director of Dior Fine Jewellery, this new collection takes all the principles of couture and applies them to jewellery.
Not only does each piece embrace the contours of the wrists, hands and neck (just like couture garments would), the skeletons mimick lace, making it easy to mistaken them for embroidery. Inlaid with glowing rubies, emeralds, blue sapphires, rubellites and tanzanite, its clear that only the most marvellous materials have been chosen for this 79-piece assortment.
Hilary MacMillan introduces The Trench Collection
Trench coats are in, like really in. Just ask Hilary MacMillan, Canadian contemporary womenswear designer whose covetable coats are on every fashion-lover’s wishlist. Next month, MacMillan will be releasing an expanded 15-piece capsule of this hero product.
The collection will drop on hilarymacmillan.com at noon on February 12, but first will launch exclusively at Hilary MacMillan’s very first NYC pop-up shop, running during New York Fashion Week from February 9 to 11. Here’s to standing out in a sea of black winter jackets.
Louis Vuitton introduces Les Gaston Vuitton, menswear high jewellery
In a tribute to the late Gaston Louis Vuitton — Louis Vuitton’s grandson and an imaginative creator — the French fashion house has debuted its first men’s fine jewellery collection.
Steeped in the brand’s heritage, the offering of rings, bracelets, necklaces, pendants, tags and earrings feature tiny LV monograms and laser-cut flower motifs, with pops of denim-inspired blue amongst gold and silver metals. Plus titanium, which has never before been used in Louis Vuitton fine jewellery.
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