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Chanel Métiers d'Art 2023. Photography courtesy of Chanel.

Chanel Is Going to China + More Fashion News

Plus, Levi's releases an F1-inspired collection with McLaren Racing.

Chanel is staging its next Métiers d’Art show in China

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Chanel Métiers d’Art 2024. Photography courtesy of Chanel

Dakar, Senegal, Manchester, England and now Chanel is adding Hangzhou, China to its long list of exotic runway locations. This week, the French luxury brand announced that it will showcase its Métiers d’Art 2025 collection on December 3, 2024 in the the Chinese city often described as “Paradise on Earth” for its UNESCO World Heritage Site, West Lake.

For those unfamiliar, the Métiers d’Art collection “showcases the exceptional savoir-faire of the maisons d’art artisans, who, since 2021, have been united at le19M, the space devoted to the creation and transmission of the Métiers d’Art, located in Paris,” says the brand. Expect unparalleled craftsmanship and attention to detail, and maybe even some silk, as Hangzhou is a major production hub of the fabric.

Tiffany & Co. expands its Tiffany Lock collection

Tiffany & Co Lock
Photography courtesy of Tiffany & Co.

We’re calling it — the Tiffany Lock is the jewellery look of the summer. We can hardly go to the grocery store without spotting the instantly recognizable shape on one fabulous fashionista or another. With that in mind, the jewellery brand is expanding its current assortment to include the Tiffany Lock bracelet in a new, more narrow style, plus earrings and pendants in smaller iterations.

The bangle — now 4mm wide — is available in white, rose and yellow gold, featuring either an all-metal or half-pavé design. And the earrings and pendant are crafted from 18k yellow gold. The only downside? We now want them all!

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Vitaly releases its second drop in the Heavy Machinery collection

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Photography courtesy of Vitaly

Need another reason to love Canadian jewellery brand Vitaly? Enter Heavy Machinery: Capsule 02. The second drop of the collection continues to reference giant tire tracks, mechanical gears and industrial engine components but this time around, takes it up a notch. Think Vitaly’s largest chains to date, rugged, faceted stones and a nose cuff (or two).

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Rev up with Levi’s x McLaren F1 collection

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Photography courtesy of Levi’s

McLaren’s Lando Norris is on a roll this Formula One season, and so, it would seem, is Levi’s. The F1 racing team and denim brand teamed up for a seven-piece collection that combines McLaren Racing’s vintage-era with reimagined Levi’s silhouettes. The jumpsuit sold out in less than 24 hours, so we suggest you shop fast and furiously if you want a piece of the action.

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