In fashion, you keep up with trends, and the headlines. In case you missed it, here’s a recap of what the world of fashion delivered this February:
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- Coach dropped a collection with iconic Japanese streetwear label, BAPE
- Fendi designed a tiny, tiny, tiny bag
- Bvlgari unveiled the High Jewellery Jannah Collection at Louvre Abu Dhabi
- Prada and UNESCO have plans for an ocean sustainability education programme
- Bryanboy directs Salvatore Ferragamo's Gancini 2.0 digital campaign
In stores right now is the newest of Coach collaborations, this time an extra exciting one with the pioneers of Japanese streetwear, BAPE. The collection celebrates the attitudes of both hometowns, New York City and Tokyo, with a number of leather goods and ready-to-wear pieces. Look out for the puffer jacket, backpacks, and selection of cool t-shirts. BAPE® x Coach is available exclusively in Malaysia at Coach Pavilion Elite.
Take minimalist to the extreme with Fendi‘s newest edition to the Baguette family: the Pico Baguette. It’s created in luxury embroideries with micro and macro beads, some even sport fringe, and comes with a long metal chain so the bag can we worn cross body but you could also get creative by twisting it into a bracelet. At just 4cmx4cm, scale back to carrying only the necessities, or necessity. The Pico Baguette is already available in stores in Malaysia.
It was truly a night of splendour as Bvlgari showcased the new High Jewellery Jannah collection, the brand’s first ever collaboration with a member of the ruling United Arab Emirates Royal Family, Sheikha Fatima Bint Hazza Bin Zayed Al Nahyan. Such an occasion welcomed guests including Bollywood actress Sonam Kapoor. The collection is inspired by the five-petal flowers that adorn the marble ceilings of the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque.
Alongside announcing the brand’s new co-creative director, Raf Simmons, Prada also unveiled plans working with UNESCO. Prada and the Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission will be presenting an educational programme dedicated to sustainability and the circular economy at various schools around the world from February to May 2020.
Salvatore Ferragamo has dedicated its latest digital campaign to the brand’s iconic Gancini monogram, directed once again by Bryanboy. In this season, personalities including Linda Tol, Tamu McPherson and Yoyo Cao share their concepts of an icon, all captured artistically in Milan.