Lizzo’s Yitty Taps Into Barbiecore + Other Fashion News
Plus, a look at the world’s first net zero carbon shoe.
Be a Barbie girl with Yitty
Barbie this, Barbie that… it seems like none of us can get enough! And certainly not Lizzo’s shapewear brand Yitty which just released the ultimate Barbiecore capsule. Aptly named the Summer Doll House collection, bright pinks and neon yellows feature boldly on the brand’s best selling styles, which of course are made to fit every size and body type.
Allbirds releases a visual of the M0.0NSHOT
Allbirds has given us a first look at a world’s first. Just three months after announcing the big news that they’d be releasing M0.0NSHOT, a net zero carbon shoe coming in spring 2024, the sustainably focused brand has released a photo of what the kicks will look like. Clean and minimal is one way to describe this first-of-its-kind shoe.
But Allbrids isn’t just interested in breaking records. They’re clearing a path for others to follow. Case in point: the recipe to making this shoe has also been made public, so anyone can access it and use their work. After all, according to Allbirds, the shoe’s “meaning is the same as its footprint — zero — if it’s just [us] using these breakthroughs.”
Séda drops its summer capsule
Canadian outerwear brand Séda has released a limited-edition luxury capsule for summer. Featuring four silk bombers and a tailored jacket in seasonal colourways like lakeside blue and sunset gold, the breezy collection is perfect for capturing summer’s brightest moments.
“Summer is a time when the warmth of the wind touches your skin, and when our eyes and souls cannot get enough of magnificent sunsets on the lakes,” shares Seda Rafilovich, founder and designer of Séda. “Our short-lived summer days are cherished here, and I wanted to create a luxury offering to capture that feeling, which you can wear lakeside, cityside and through all your summer adventures.”
Piper & Skye and Inversa Leathers are raising the bar for luxury leather goods
Accessories label Piper & Skye is known for creating sustainable luxury bags, ethically sourcing materials like pirarucu and alligator leather. Now, to push the boundaries a little bit further, the brand has partnered with Inversa Leathers, a regenerative materials company that strategically and responsibly creates leather from invasive, ecosystem-destroying species. The main focus of this collaboration? Reclaiming the Florida Everglades.
The new collection features two eco-conscious Burmese python handbag designs, which work toward reversing the grave effects the Southeast Asian python has had on the Floridian wetlands. Ultimately, this trailblazing brand alliance marries luxury and style with a commitment to healing the planet and restoring affected ecosystems.
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