This week has been a whirlwind for lovers of fashion everywhere. From Prada’s decision to go fur-free next year to all the shoppable collections that are now in stores, here’s your recap of this week’s fashion news.
Fenty by Rihanna is finally here, y’all
After months of anticipation and an enigmatic teaser last week, Rihanna has finally blessed the world with her first luxury fashion label, Fenty. The pop star/beauty guru was spotted in one of the looks from her collection, a structured white tuxedo, for the Parisian launch of the brand.
Named “Release 5-19”, the collection will be available online from May 29. You can check out the entire lookbook in the slideshow below.
Burberry debuts their Monogram Collection
When Riccardo Tisci took over Burberry, he also brought to the British house a monogram designed with Peter Saville as the new house code. Now, he has launched a full collection for with the interlocking TB (for Thomas Burberry) initials blazoned across menswear, womenswear, and a range of accessories.
Givenchy makes a glowing statement with a glow in the dark capsule collection
Who said glow in the dark was just for gimmicks? Clare Waight Keller over at Givenchy has just released a small capsule collection with casualwear and accessories that are discreet in the day and have a whole new look at night.
Available from May 28 in Givenchy boutiques, you’ll never lose your stuff at night ever again.
Ralph Lauren unveils a Pride collection celebrating the LGBTQIA+ community
In time for Pride season, Polo Ralph Lauren has launched a gender-neutral Pride capsule collection with five pieces to celebrate individuality and inclusion. As a partnership with Stonewall Community Foundation, a percentage of the proceeds will go towards benefitting LGBTQIA+ organisations around the world.
Net-a-Porter upgrades their mobile app for a smoother and faster shopping experience
If you, like us, are on our mobile phones often, high chances are that you’re also shopping online from your smartphone. The updated Net-a-Porter app will deliver richer product pages and feature a new shoppable editorial platform that includes content like travel tips and style recommendations from their own style council.
Giambattista Valli will be the next to collaborate with H&M
You’ve seen his beautiful gowns on many a red carpet. Now, Giambattista Valli is bringing his signature ethereal designs to H&M on November 7, 2019.
If you can’t wait that long, there is a limited pre-collection that would be available on hm.com from Saturday, May 25 featuring the pieces worn by Kendall Jenner, Chiara Ferragni, and others during the Cannes amfAR Gala night.