Here’s All The Fashion News You Missed This Week
Chrissy Teigen has designed an eyewear collection for Quay Australia, Off-White is expanding its product offering, Nike has teamed up with Sacai and London Fashion Week is opening up to the public...
Chrissy Teigen has created a range of eyewear with Quay Australia
Model and social media queen Chrissy Teigen has announced the launch of a new range of eyewear with Quay Australia. The brand has previously collaborated with Jennifer Lopez and Kylie Jenner, however Teigen’s collection features blue light glasses for the first time. Blue light glasses help protect from the harmful light emitted from our phones and screens, making them a necessary addition to any eyewear collection. The Lip Sync Battle star has also reimagined some of the brand’s signature styles in new colours for the Fall season. Oh, and did we mention none of them will set you back over $80?
Nike is teaming up with Sacai on a new collection
Nike announced its newest design collaboration—and it’s one for the books. Teaming up with Japanese brand Sacai for the first time, the duo is offering up an 11-piece collection that will drop in stores and online from next month. Brimming with colours, the collection includes jackets, skirts, trainers, socks, sports bras, tights and more. World tennis number one Naomi Oaska fronts the campaign alongside 11-year-old skate prodigy Sky Brown.
Members of the public can attend London Fashion Week for the first time
If you’ve always wanted to see a fashion show in real time (and not via a screen), then you’re in luck because the British Fashion Council has announced that a selection of shows will be open to the general public for the upcoming season. In an unprecedented move, House of Holland and Self-Portrait will allow members of the public to purchase tickets to attend their A/W ’20 showcases across three time slots on September 15. Tickets for the shows are on sale now with standard tickets going for $220 and front row seats selling for $395. Get yours here.
Off-White launches homewares range
If you’ve been looking to give your home an on-trend edge, then Off-White’s new homewares collection is for you. Virgil Abloh has launched Off-White “HOME”, a three-category offering of homewares that includes ceramics, bed and bath. Naturally most of the pieces are finished in various shades of white however there are pops of colour throughout the collection, including a red throw blanket that features the brand’s signature arrow emblem. The collection will be available to purchase in the brand’s Mykonos store from August 22 before going online from September 1.