Tiffany Titan by Pharrell Williams
Photography courtesy of Tiffany & Co.

Pharrell Williams Designs a Tiffany & Co. Collection + More Fashion News

Including ticket info for Fashion Art Toronto's 1664 Fashion Week.

Tiffany & Co. unveils Tiffany Titan by Pharrell Williams

Tiffany Titan by Pharrell Williams
Photography courtesy of Tiffany & Co.

Is there anything Pharrell Williams can’t do? The singer-songwriter and creative director of Louis Vuitton menswear has just designed a Tiffany & Co. collection, and it’s quite sensational.

Tiffany Titan by Pharrell Williams offers a healthy dose of punk spirit across necklaces, earrings, bracelets and rings thanks to several sharp, spear-like spikes in both titanium and 18k yellow gold.

“The use of black titanium… it’s a physical manifestation of beauty in Blackness,” Williams says in a press release. And there’s no doubt the details in the pieces are ultra-intentional. “I’m very inspired by the water,” he adds. “The name of this collection ‘Titan’ draws inspiration from Poseidon, ruler of the sea, King of Atlantis.” And if you didn’t know, Atlantis is the name of the Virginia Beach community Williams grew up in.

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Get Your Tickets to Fashion Art Toronto’s 1664 Fashion Week

Photography by Gates Tucker/FAT

Fashion Art Toronto is hosting its Spring 2024 Fashion Week. Taking place at Black Creek Assembly (131 McCormack St.) from May 2 to May 5, you can expect contemporary, avant-garde and experiential runway shows from over 40 different Canadian designers, plus endless photo opportunities on the pink carpet and surrounding art installations.

Grab your tickets (from weekend and day passes to VIP front row tickets, single show tickets and student tickets) below.

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Sydney Sweeney stars in Jimmy Choo’s Summer 2024 campaign

Photography courtesy of Jimmy Choo

We’ve been influenced. To not only shop Jimmy Choo’s shoes, but to embark on a desert-bound road trip(!?). The footwear brand’s latest campaign tells the story of actress Sydney Sweeney travelling by car through California, looking so fabulous. Is it her stardom glow? The sunny backdrop? The cowboy-inspired slides? Probably all three.

“Sydney embodies the spirit of Jimmy Choo. Talented, confident and playful, with an inspiring work ethic,” shares creative director Sandra Choi in a press release. “Her effortlessly cool sense of glamour is underpinned with an empowered sense of self.” Oh, to walk in Sweeney’s shoes.

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Inland pops up in Toronto’s Eaton Centre to celebrate its 10th anniversary

Photography courtesy of Inland. (From left to right and top to bottom) Selfish Swimwear, Ahiri, LLiM, Galleriadele, Ashes, Jenny Greco Jewellery.

Love to shop local? Inland — a popup shopping community showcasing independent Canadian fashion designers and creators — is making an appearance inside the Toronto Eaton Centre from May 9 through May 12.

Located next to Sephora on the third level of the mall, over 40 emerging brands (including Christopher Bates, Golshaah, Diana Coatsworth and Ahiri) will display their latest collections for mall customers (the Eaton Centre gets over 50 million visitors annually!) to see and shop. Plus, collaborating with Toronto Metropolitan University for a second time, The School of Fashion’s students and alumni will have the opportunity to showcase their concepts and sell their designs in a real-life learning environment.

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Assouline presents Chanel: The Legend of an Icon

Courtesy of Assouline/Assouline.com.

Repeat after me: There’s no such thing as too many coffee table books. Especially when Assouline releases an updated, new format of its best-selling book. Joining the publisher’s Classics Collection, Chanel: The Legend of an Icon, is a more accessible version of the aforementioned tome (titled Chanel: The Impossible Collection), with an improved browsing experience and lower price point.

Written by fashion journalist and critic Alexander Fury, the book’s text and selection of 100 iconic, archival pieces — including the Little Black Dress, quilted leather handbags, the impeccably simple tweed suit, two-tone pumps and endless strands of faux pearls — perfectly outline Gabrielle Chanel’s rich and iconic legacy.

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