Demi Lovato has released her third collection with Kate Hudson’s Fabletics retailer. Lovato told Fashion Network, “I’ve learned so much from working with the Fabletics design team the past year and really wanted to take it to the next level with this collection now that I’m more confident with the process, I think that this collection reflects my personal style more than ever. It was also very important to me to incorporate all of the feedback I’ve received from my supportive fans. I made sure to include different elements and details into the collection that were not only important to me but to them as well.” Parallel to her past releases, the sizes range from XXS to 3X. The capsule is available now at all retail brick-and-mortars and well as online here, so check it out.
Saint Records was in full representation with Kanye West and Solange Knowles posing for the ‘Helmut Lang seen by Exactitudes’ project. Exactititudes consists of photographer Ari Versluis and partner Ellie Uyttenbroek, who’ve been adding to this project for over a decade. What is the project all about exactly? The exact+attitude project is greatly inspired by the trends of various social circles, and as you can see, it’s not exactly what you have on, but how you’re wearing it. Part of the project is having people wear various, yet similar looks, and in this case their favorite Helmut Lang look. It’s also common for the portrait to view people in the same look. However, all of the collaged photos display individuals with similar to the exact same poses. Overall, it’s a tenured project that has maintained its artistic luster over time, and with that said it’s an honor to be apart of such an ongoing masterpiece.
Calvin Klein’s “Our Family My Calvins” campaign has come back around with Presley and Kaia Gerber as their new feature. The campaign promotes unity and connecting with those closest to you, and as we all know, family doesn’t have to necessarily mean kin. The CK label has already featured Solange Knowles as well as the A$AP family. Each debut features its own separate collection, so check it out and see what good buys you can snatch.
Diane von Furstenberg wasted zero time replacing designer Jonathan Saunders since his recent departure. She’s now announced the reinstatement of designer Nathan Jenden. Jenden was apart of the DVF family back in 2001 and stayed until 2010 before leaving to concentrate on his own label. Just as Saunders, Jenden will oversee the brand’s creative designs during the label’s transformation period. We can expect Jenden’s first collection to release during the Fall/Winter 2018-19 semester.
Designer Jenny Packham has announced expanding her bridal collection to bridesmaid dresses at Dressy Group retailer. The capsule will come in nine different styles specifically designed for the U.S. merchant, retailing starting at $260. This is a partnership that all women hope sticks around a little longer than forever.
Join me for a shady moment, when I say that hell naw, no one wore Marchesa to the Golden Globe awards! Marchesa is partly founded by Harvey Weinstein’s wife, Georgina Chapman and as we all know this year’s Golden Globe Awards was themed by the #MeToo foundation which is against sexual harassment. Despite Chapman leaving Weinsten over the scandal, she is unfortunately still reaping the woes of her son-to-be ex-husband.