H&M Rokh
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The Rokh x H&M Collection Is Here + More Fashion News

Plus, Diesel's exclusive Ssense collection.

H&M collaborates with Rokh

Rokh H&M
Photography courtesy of H&M

What’s on our minds, you ask? Only the Rokh x H&M collaboration. Korean-born, Texas-raised fashion designer Rok Hwang has put his signature spin on H&M’s everyday items, dissecting, examining, reimagining and reconstructing basic garments and subverting expectations on what a “professional” wardrobe should look like.

“I always focus on making my collections as timeless as possible, and one way of doing that is with customizable details,” he explains in a press release. “I’ve seen people wearing panels from our signature multi-button trench coat upside down and inside out, in brilliantly unique ways I never imagined when I first came up with the design. To see my clothes being interpreted by people in their own way is one of my greatest pleasures, and I can’t wait to see how customers engage with this fun and dynamic collection for H&M.”

Here for a limited time only, the Rokh x H&M capsule features double-layer trench coats, detachable-hem dresses, corset tops, reworked trousers and a head-to-toe floral look (the top, skirt, gloves and tights are all in the same botanical print). Plus, there are tons of playful accessories, like a briefcase bag and an accordion file clutch.

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Stella McCartney launches an Earth Day capsule

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As a pioneer of sustainable fashion, it’s fitting that Stella McCartney would drop something special to celebrate Earth Day. Introducing the SOS Capsule by Stella McCartney, a stylish edit of ready-to-wear, vegan bags and footwear made from 100 per cent sustainable materials (think regenerative, recycled and organic fibres like cotton, hemp and RWS-certified wool).

Using the sales made from the capsule, the Stella McCartney brand will be making a donation to Conservation International, a U.S.-based charity focused on protecting oceans, forests and other vital ecosystems.

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Ahiri releases its Spring 2024 collection

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Step aside, office siren. Ahiri’s new collection is here, and it’s turning springtime into a perfect concoction of corporate and cutesy.

For their fourth collection ever, the Toronto-based label uses clean lines and soft draping to achieve a sense of sophistication. And with a neutral palette of black, white and nude tones, there’s ample room for mixing and matching.

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Ssense and Diesel present The Brown Collection

Photography by Thibaut Grevet

Big energy is what we’re about this season, and thanks to Diesel creative director Glenn Martens, that’s exactly what we’re getting. As the latest Ssense exclusive, Diesel’s Brown Collection uses a palette of earth tones and treated fabrics to achieve a weathered look that could inspire some unusual behaviours.

Gardening? Possible. Auto mechanics? Likely. Moshing? Love that for you. Whatever activities you get up to in this stylish new garb, just be sure to leave your inhibitions behind.

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Louis Vuitton is ready for a travel-filled summer

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If there’s one thing Louis Vuitton can evoke with no effort at all, it’s a sense of wanderlust. In their latest collection, Flight Mode, the French fashion house is revamping the art of travel with leather bags, trunks, clothing, shoes and accessories — and it’s making us want to hop on the next flight out.

The focal point of the collection is a vibrant motif (named Élysée Palace), which looks like a collage of vintage travel patches. Whether spread across a passport cover or on the poolside mule, it will have you simultaneously reminiscing bygone adventures and dreaming about what’s next.

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Unqilo x JW Anderson’s playful spirit endures

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Craftsmanship is a mainstay in Uniqlo and JW Anderson’s ongoing partnership. Just look at the Spring 2024 collection, which is filled with breezy separates that can be worn just about anywhere.

Inspired by mid-century British design with a focus on both material and practicality, you can expect to see knit polos, linen-blend button-ups, seersucker dresses and socks (with just enough attitude) for both men and women.

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