Rag & Bone is releasing a Cruella-themed collection, and Moschino is heading to NYFW this year. Stay up to date with some of the biggest international fashion news stories of the week.
Tommy Hilfiger Launches Adaptive Campaign
Tommy Hilfiger is launching its latest Spring Collection – Tommy Hilfiger Adaptive. It aims to empower people with disabilities and make getting dressed easier. The campaign features Paralympian Rheed McCracken, Paralympian swimmer and tracks runner Haven Shepard and many others. Pieces include a mix of court sports and coastal prep styles and a range of pastels, and the brand’s iconic shades of blue, red, and white.
“Getting dressed should be a joy – an experience that empowers you to look good and feel good in what you are wearing. Our adaptive collections have revolutionized everyday dressing for people with disabilities, giving them the independence and confidence to express their individuality through style,” said Tommy Hilfiger. The collection is available online and in-store.
Rag & Bone is Collaborating with Disney on Cruella Collection
Rag & Bone is unleashing its inner Cruella Deville with a new Disney collaboration. The collection – Cruella – includes a range of TW and footwear, with every piece inspired by the 101 Dalmations villain. This is in line with the release of the new film, Cruella, which debts on May 28. The limited-edition collection features trucker jackets, oversized tailoring, and tweed skirt and bomber sets. The garments honor the villain with a black, red, and white color theme, featuring tweed, frayed edges and her initials embroidered on certain pieces.
Pyer Moss to Present Couture in PFW
Pyer Moss is making history by presenting his couture collection at Paris Fashion Week this year. He is the first Black American designer to receive an invite by Chambre Syndicale for the prestigious runways. Some of the largest designers share the spotlight at the event, including Chanel, Christian Dior, and Givenchy. In addition, the brand will also make a return to the NYFW calendar, which takes place in September. The designer behind Pyer Moss won the 15th CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Award and considered his work as an ‘art project’ or ‘timely social experiment.
Moschino is Coming to NYFW
Moschino is making its way to the NYFW calendar this year – the house typically showcases its pieces during MFW. Jeremey Scott, the American designer behind the Italian fashion house, will present his Spring 2022 collection in September. While no hints are surrounding the theme of this latest collection, previous works include the concept of Barbies, Versailles, Halloween, and fast food chains. This comes as the annual Met Gala was rescheduled for the same month as NYFW, with the theme: In America: A Lexicon of Fashion.
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