Plus Moschino releases a beautiful book and Canada Goose partners with Briony Douglas on an art installation.
Mejuri expands into home decor with Claude Home
If you’re anything like us, you’re constantly misplacing your jewellery. Luckily, the new Mejuri home decor collection has a stylish solution. Partnering with Claude Home, the Canadian brand is releasing two vessels/jewellery boxes reminiscent of a Zen Garden. Too beautiful to hide in a bathroom, we recommend keeping these on display where everyone can see them.
Canada Goose partners with Briony Douglas on an upcycled art installation
If you find yourself in Toronto this month and are looking for something to do, we recommend Briony Douglas’s ‘Reborn: a HUMANATURE art installation’ at the Harbourfront Centre. Partnering with Canada Goose, the artist created an eight-foot-tall sculpture inspired by the brand’s sustainability platform. The interpretive globe is made using upcycled materials, including excess fabrics and products derived from Canada Goose’s warranty program and symbolizes “the shift to the spring season, with the world breaking out of ice and blooming towards a brighter future.”
Moschino releases the most camp of campy books
No one does camp better than Moschino, so it only makes sense that the brand’s new book reads like a fabulous fashion fantasy. Published by Assouline, Moschino features 185 pages of ad campaigns, runway and backstage images, and red carpet snaps. It is sure to become a collector’s item very soon as Jeremy Scott celebrates his 10th year as creative director of the label. Visit assouline.com for more information.
Allbirds releases ‘Tree Flyer’ runners
These sneakers both look good and do good. Allbirds’ latest launch, ‘The Tree Flyer,’ is made from renewable natural materials and has a carbon footprint of just 9.92 kg CO2e. But just because they’re sustainable doesn’t mean they don’t perform. Promising to have more bounce and propulsion than other footwear, Allbirds got over 115 runners to test the shoes before ‘The Tree Flyers’ became available.
Ukraine inspired Silk Laundry’s new collection
For Silk Laundry’s summer collection, creative director Katie Kolodinski was inspired by her Ukrainian heritage. Kolodisnki says in a press release, “The prints are based on those pysanky eggs from my childhood — and one decorated egg particularly; one that has been passed down from my baba to my mother, to me. It’s an heirloom and one of the few things I have that belonged to my grandparents.” And although the assortment was designed before Ukraine’s war with Russia started, the clothing remains a beautiful tribute to the country, complete with pastel blues and European floral motifs.
Athleta x Allyson Felix is a winning combination
Trust that Allyson Felix, the world’s most decorated track and field athlete, knows what she’s talking about when it comes to sportswear. Now adding entrepreneur, mother and activist to her resume, the multi-hyphenate has teamed up with Athleta on a sporty collection that can be worn both on and off the track. Expect effortless separates, matching sets and a must-have duffle bag.
Good for Sunday x BodyBreak is a trip down memory lane
Travel back to the simpler days of the ’90s with Good for Sunday’s collab with BodyBreak (yes, THAT BodyBreak, from the old TV spots). Inspired by BodyBreak’s dedication to fitness and Good for Sunday’s sustainable and ethical ethos, the assortment features nostalgic prints, colours and comfy silhouettes that pair perfectly with platform sneakers, scrunchies and other ’90s staples.