The Fashion News You Missed This Week
From the new release from SKIMS to Jennifer Lopez's Canadian coat debut, here's what had us talking this week.
Jennifer Lopez was spotted in Canadian brand SENTALER
Following in the footsteps of the Duchess of Cambridge and the Duchess of Sussex, this week, Jennifer Lopez stepped out in New York City wearing the SENTALER Notched Collar Wrap Coat in Hazelnut. This was the star’s first appearance in the Canadian luxury outerwear brand—which, might we remind you, is cruelty-free, hypoallergenic and made from Peruvian alpaca. Pairing the coat with sneakers and lounge clothes, Lopez mastered translating it into a modern street style piece.
Supreme and RIMOWA collaborated on spiderweb-covered luggage
RIMOWA launched their second Supreme x RIMOWA limited-edition luggage collection on November 14. This limited-edition drop includes RIMOWA’s aluminum Check-In L suitcase and the Cabin Plus carry-on suitcase, both with the Supreme spiderweb design anodized on the exterior. A cute little bonus: the suitcases each come with a co-branded leather luggage tag.
Gwyneth Paltrow released a Goop capsule collection
This week, lifestyle guru Gwyneth Paltrow launched a capsule collection for her lifestyle brand Goop. Made up of 14 key items – think blazers, high-waisted trousers, tees and more – the garments match interchangeably with one another, giving wearers the freedom to build outfits that will take them from Monday right through to Sunday. Rather than being trend-focused, the Core Collection is more about sustainability, offering consumers elevated basics that work in all scenarios, and will last a long time. Shop it here.
Kim Kardashian West added boob tape and pasties to SKIMS Solutionwear
This week, Kim Kardashian West released new products under her burgeoning new brand, SKIMS. The reality star introduced body tape and pasties in three different tones. The soft, tonal body tape is engineered with flexible cotton (to give it a slight stretch), is designed for coverage and invisible hold, and is also sweat-proof. It’s a particularly personal product for Kardashian West, who in the past used heavy-duty electrical tape when wearing plunging necklines. When it comes to the pasties, these last up to 12 hours and are finished in a teardrop shape to add a minor lift when worn.
Jewellery brand Jenny Bird announced it will hold its annual sample sale in Toronto next week
Marks your calendars and cancel any plans you have next week because coming up on November 21, Jenny Bird is having a one-day-only sale. The Canadian brand is a firm favourite amongst editors and consumers alike for its cool, timeless designs. The sale (taking place at 174 Spadina Avenue in Studio 204) will accept cash or credit, and at checkout shoppers will also have the opportunity to donate to Dress for Success Canada. See you there.