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Haider Ackermann Canada Goose Creative Director + More Fashion News


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Including Reformation’s foray into the sunglasses category.

Haider Ackermann is now creative director at Canada Goose

Haider Ackermann Canada Goose
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The Canada Goose aesthetic is about to reach new heights with the announcement of its first-ever creative director, Haider Ackermann.

The Columbian-born, France-based designer is expected to herald a modern new era for the brand, harmonizing its existing cornerstones of authenticity, craftsmanship and performance. To kick off his tenure, Ackermann designed an exclusive hoodie in support of Polar Bears International (PBI), and it’s modelled by award-winning actor and author Jane Fonda, whose environmental and social activism aligns with this cause.

“What drew me to Canada Goose is its authentic reputation and drive to stay committed to its purpose. The impact the brand has had on the world around us is meaningful and inspirational,” Ackermann shares via the brand’s website. Keep your eyes peeled for his first seasonal capsule collection set to launch for Fall 2024.

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Louis Vuitton celebrates sailing with a nautical-inspired capsule collection

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Fashion and sports prove to be an exquisite pairing in Louis Vuitton’s latest capsule. The French fashion house has dropped nautical-inspired ready-to-wear clothing in honour of the Louis Vuitton 37th America’s Cup Barcelona sailing race.

What is the Louis Vuitton America’s Cup Barcelona sailing race, you ask? Only the longest standing international sporting trophy (established in 1851), which welcomed Louis Vuitton as an official sponsor over 40 years ago. Catch the next race from August 29 to October 27 around Port Vell and the beach leading to Port Olímpic.

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Reformation releases sunglasses

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Calling all Reformation girlies: The brand has just added a sunglasses category to its catalogue. For the first time ever, the brand has partnered with French eyewear brand Jimmy Fairly to launch 10 vintage-inspired shades that can take any outfit from good to great.

What’s more, they’re made with 100 per cent bio-acetate frames and bio-nylon lenses. In the wise words of the Ref marketing team, “save the Earth and look damn good doing it.”

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Thames & Hudson publishes a new book titled Dior Scarves. Fashion Stories

Dior Scarves. Fashion Stories
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Looking for some light reading? An exclusive new book titled Dior Scarves. Fashion Stories, edited by Maria Luisa Frisa and published by Thames & Hudson, has hit shelves and it’s filled with inspiring anecdotes on the Dior scarf, its history and its role within the house.

You see, these silk scarves are so much more than a square foot of fabric. To quote Monsieur Dior, “the detail is as important as the essential.” And what’s more important than tying an outfit together? Whether worn around the neck, wrist, waist or punctuating an accessory, perhaps even worn as a statement top, it completes every look with ease and elegance.

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House of Gallagher drops a new collection

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Wedding season? Canadian-bred brand House of Gallagher has you covered. With the launch of Season 3, the slow fashion brand has dreamed up an array of sleek, sophisticated and modern gowns and co-ords that ooze — dare I say — quiet luxury.

From the architectural lines and structured silhouettes down to the thoughtful placements of bows, you can’t help but applaud the intention behind each detail.

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Ahiri opens its first flagship store

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On May 28, after not even two years in business, Toronto-based direct-to-consumer womenswear label Ahiri is opening its first permanent brick and mortar storefront. Located at 797 Queen Street West, the flagship is adjoined with the house’s design studio, office and warehouse, offering a unique immersive experience for customers.

“Our customers can see what [our designer] Michael is working on, give their feedback and be a meaningful part of Ahiri’s ecosystem,” CEO and co-founder Sheetu Latif said in a press release. “They will get a behind-the-scenes look at the design process, including mood boards, fabric swatches and other in-studio accoutrements.”

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King Charles renews his position as Patron of The Campaign for Wool in Canada

Let’s talk about textiles for a minute. Cotton is nice. Linen feels fresh. But wool offers great support for the planet and its natural, renewable and biodegradable properties, and King Charles III wants to remind everyone of that.

As he continues his patronage of The Campaign for Wool in Canada, His Majesty The King sends a powerful message that the rise of toxic synthetic fibres in the worlds of fashion, interiors and the built environment needs to be challenged. In fact, since his mission to support wool growers in Commonwealth countries began in 2008, he has been asking people to be more considerate in their choices of material, as choosing wool will help to safeguard the planet for future generations.

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