From Marine Cere’s new face mask to a new partnership between Uniqlo and the Louvre, here’s to know this week’s fashion news.
This week has a lot to talk about the wider world of fashion, both locally and globally. From a new partnership between Uniqlo and the Louvre to Nike’s new adaptive footwear style, here’s the fashion news you need to know.
Uniqlo will launch a Mus du du Louvre collection on 12 February
The UT (Uniqlo T-shirt) line for its women as well as an iconic selection of men’s styles created by renowned graphic artist Peter Saville, incorporating the original design of Uniqo’s upcoming Musi du Louvre offering among Japanese retailers A four-year partnership begins. And promoted the French institution. In the first batch of Union pieces available from February 12, you’ll find some of Louvre’s most famous collection items such as wearables Mona lisa And Venus de Milo – You can admire these creations Saint Visit to Paris.
Marine Sere dropped a new anti-pollution face mask
Not sadly when we stop wearing masks in public, but thankfully fashion brands continue to innovate with offerings that cover their faces. Cult label Marine Serre just announced that it has collaborated with French mask experts R-Pur for a second time on a new pollution-filtering design for Spring 2021. The timely launch features two of Serre’s ubiquitous graphic prints, and calls a product “one of the must-haves in our daily lives nowadays,” Serre notes in a press release.
Natal partnered with Farfach to highlight Black Fashion creative
Global multimedia brand Naatal, which enhances contemporary cultural production of Africa and its expatriates, has teamed up with e-tailer Farfach to create a platform that promotes the ideas and work of Black creatives. To celebrate the launch, which was timed for the Black History Month, Balmain’s creative director, Olivier Rousting, spoke on the importance of his professions – Grace Jones, Josephine Baker and Beyoncé – as well as the cultural style of Black Importance, and what it was. Creating the latest collection of Balmen during lockdown (such as you can also get your hands on through the site).
Naik announced his hands-free shoes
Boasting a bi-stable hinge and midsole tensioner to allow for a shoe and take off without the use of hands, Nike’s new Go FlyEase style is set to change the shoe game forever has gone. The inclusive design has already been found to be a fan in the Paralympian Babe VO. “Usually I spend so much time to get in my shoes,” Champion Fenner said in a statement. “With Nike Go FlyEase, I just need to put my foot up and jump on it. Shoes are a new kind of technology not only for adaptive athletes but also for everyone’s real life. “Now available to select Nike members, Go FlyEas will have a wide launch later this year.