Levi’s Is Back with Another Cool Collaboration + More Fashion News
Plus, Tiffany & Co. acquires the largest yellow diamond ever mined in Canada.
Levi’s and Beams recreate classic denim pieces
While leading the Tokyo fashion scene for over 45 years, Beams has been known to dabble with American influence every now and then. Their latest venture is another collaboration with Levi’s (their fourth one!) on a capsule that celebrates simplicity and subtlety.
It’s a playful take on heritage styles with wider silhouettes and bold iterations of classic denim washes.
Mejuri releases the Puffy Charlotte collection
Considering growing your jewellery collection this year? Thanks to Mejuri’s latest drop, chunkier stacks and plumper silhouettes are right at your fingertips (and wrists and ears).
Seven new styles — from gold hoops to silver cuff bracelets and enamel rings — have been added to the brand’s catalogue, each boasting a bigger and bolder shape than the original Charlotte styles.
Dior presents a new handbag, the Lady D-Sire
Once again pulling inspiration from the iconic Lady Dior, Maria Grazia Chiuri’s ateliers have expertly crafted a new handbag. Enter, Lady D-Sire. Truly something to desire, the purse boasts a supple silhouette that’s both modern and elegant. With its folding handles and interchangeable adjustable strap, you won’t need much more to get through the day.
Available in black, dark brandy and powder beige, in four different sizes (small, medium, large and extra-large) this new Dior sidekick is suited for all tastes. Mark your calendars as it will be arriving on February 8.
Tiffany & Co. mines a 71-carat yellow diamond
Tiffany & Co. has just acquired the largest yellow diamond to ever be mined in Canada — a rarity in the world of gemology. Originally measuring in at 71 carats untouched, Tiffany has transformed the spectacle into two emerald cut vivid yellow diamonds, one sitting at over 20 carats and the other at over 15 carats.
Mined in Ekati, a mine located in Canada’s Northwest Territories, this find further solidifies Tiffany’s reputation as global purveyors of beautiful, rare and sustainably-sourced diamonds.
Biko now offers in-person shopping
If online shopping isn’t for you, you’re going to like this one. Leading jewellery brand Biko has just opened its multifaceted Toronto space (which is already being used as a design studio, manufacturing workshop and showroom) for retail shopping opportunities.
Through an appointment-only approach, you can enjoy a calm and cozy personal shopping experience, similar to browsing the web from the comfort of your home, all while being able to interact with and try on products.
Plus, keep an eye out for Biko’s special public shopping days where all are welcome to drop in, sans appointment. (They appear only twice a year when collections drop!) Get on their Insider List here to stay in-the-know.
COS and Nativa want you to wear sustainable wool
COS and regenerative wool? Yes, please! The Scandi-girl brand has teamed up with Nativa, a sustainability pioneering provider of luxury Merino wool, on an eight-piece capsule collection that belongs in any quiet luxury supporter’s closet.
Rest easy knowing that these tops, bottoms, blazers and vests are all made from materials from a regenerative farm that is mindful of its CO2 footprint, prioritizes animal welfare and empowers the local community.
With files from Annika Lautens
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