Ten Craves: 10 Years Of Craig Green, Nike’s London Adventure And More!


Loewe’s New Summer Sniffs

Loewe has launched a new line of candles made for the great outdoors. Adorned in floral packaging, the candles are offered in Geranium – which holds mosquito-repellent properties and a rose note – and Thyme, with lemongrass notes. With a large surface area, the design is meant to exude into the open air.

The new line is coupled with the release of Loewe’s latest Home Scent fragrance, Orange Blossom. Offered in sizes small through large, and in a room spray and wax candle holders, you can fill your abodes with Loewe’s newest summer sniff. Shop here.

Nike x Yoon Ambush Take on The Football Pitch

Just in time for the FIFA Women’s World Cup, Nike teams up with Ambush designer Yoon Ahn for a football feat.

Bringing a style-first approach to sportswear, the collaboration’s campaign shows football apparel in a new light. The collection, dropping this Friday, features everything from Air More Uptempo Low sneakers to a co-branded jersey and a metallic silver football. “This collection has diverse elements that you can dress up and down to express masculine and femme energy through the eye of sport, and I’m excited to see how people will create their own unique style interpretations with the pieces,” said designer Yoon Ahn.

Horace Introduces Eco-Friendly Eye Cream

The French men’s skincare brand has introduced its first refillable product. The Moisturising Eye Contour features a reusable metallic applicator, which de-puff’s the eye area, and both refillable and recyclable tubes. Meant to help all men feel good in their skin, the eco-friendly product is enriched with caffeine and hyaluronic acid that will relieve your dark circles. Shop here.

Lacoste Launches Four Capsules of Women’s Underwear

Want the head-to-toe Lacoste look? Now you can with the launch of four women’s underwear capsule collections.

The brand’s Heritage capsule features the green hues and sporty styles synonymous with Lacoste. The Branding capsule incorporates the brand’s beloved crocodile emblem onto pink bands, while The Essential capsule features subtle tone-on-tone crocodile logos on black, pink, and grey V-neck bras. For your loungewear lavishes, the Signature capsule is packed with hoodies, jogger pants, and T-shirts.

Margherita Missioni introduces Maccapani

Two years in the making, the granddaughter of Missoni founders, Margherita Missoni has launched her own label, Maccapani.

Breaking from trends and seasons, the line is meant to fit the modular wardrobe of a woman’s day-to-day life. The clothes intersect streetwear and traditional womenswear in everything from bandage-like dresses to oversized hoodies. In bright colourways and patterns, the collection is described to be like “a touch of lilac that unexpectedly transfigures the grayness and predictability of everyday life.” Maccapani is available now at Browns.

Haeckels collaborates with Pangaia and C16 Biosciences

Margate-based beauty brand Haeckels continues to innovate with a reimagining of its signature seaweed soap block. Working alongside Pangaia, the brand utilises C16 Biosciences’ Palmless Torula oil in replacement of palm oil. Palmless brings a more sustainable, but still rich in antioxidants, alternative to palm oil which is largely used in the beauty industry despite its farming causing destruction in biodiversity, wildlife ecosystems and human life. To bring attention to this environmental impact, the soap is aromatically crafted with natural oils to recreate the smell of burning rainforests. The soap is also packaged in cotton and bamboo packaging. Shop here.

Dior Fine Jewellery Welcomes Two New Arrivals

First up on Dior’s new jewellery delights is the reinvention of the Dior Tribales earrings for the Roses des Vents collection. Welcome in the Tribales Rose des Vents earrings – featuring a disk of a compass rose and ornamental stones or pavé diamonds. Coming in both yellow or rose gold, pair them how you fancy. It doesn’t stop there. The Colour Dior line extending to rings, featuring double rings of the CD initials. Available in black, white, turquoise or navy, the ring is adorned with gold and diamonds. Not a ring-wearer? You’re in luck. The design can also be transformed into a pendant.

Coachtopia’s Cardon Conscious Drop

Coach just dropped two new products with a carbon-conscious focus. The brand has introduced a first-of-its-kind colourful material made from compressed and heated Coach leather scraps. The making of this Upcrushed, Upcrafted leather emits at least 67 per cent less carbon footprint. The new material is featured on the brand’s Standard and Mini Ergo Bag models.

House of Voltaire’s New Limited-Edition Prints by Linder and Ashish

Known for its support of artistic and community programs, the House of Voltaire brings together artist Linder and fashion designer Ashish to create a triptych, titled Three Goddesses of the Silver Screen.

The two creatives were inspired by the portraiture of powerful and heroic women in 1960s-80s magazines that still depicted a level of melancholy from the tragic side of fame. In their rendition, they explore themes of queering popular culture and celebrate the strength in marginalised bodies that weren’t represented in the media of the past. “Growing up in India in the ‘80s and ‘90s, there weren’t a lot of icons for the queer community, which in itself wasn’t very visible – but perhaps we instinctively recognised a little of ourselves in these defiant, glamorous women who fought for recognition and happiness, despite the odds,” said Ashish.

The collaborative prints of high-octane colour and sequins feature Indian actresses Zeenat Aman, Parveen Babi and Meena Kumari.

Louis Vuitton’s Summer Gifting Collection

Why wait for Christmas? This summer, Louis Vuitton brings gifts galore with its summer gifting collection. From every corner of the LV universe, the collection features everything from the brand’s Objets Nomades products to sports equipment. Think NBA basketballs, gold and leather dumbbell weights, and ping pong paddle covers all embossed in the Louis Vuitton monogram. For your floral fancies, you can find a rose covered-pattern on leather coffee-cup sleeves or popcorn holders. The kids can get in the fun too. Find the LV monogram flower in the form of a pink fluffy stuffed toy.

Nike Air Max Launches The Pulse of London with Local Creators

In honour of the recent drop of Nike’s Air Max Pulse, the shoe maestros have spotlighted 10 London creators for The Pulse of London. In a dialogue between London and Nike, the series pulls from Air Max’s roots in London’s underground music scene. As a look into the sole of the city, today’s emerging tastemakers, from a tooth gem artist to DJ, created visual representations of the Air Max Pulse for the campaign. Shot by photographer Lucero, find Harley Jennifer, Louis Holgrove, TJ Swayerr, Maddie Sellers, Krystal, Klaudia Fior, Nasreen, Jojo Vandalkidd, D’Nieccio Mitchell and Lil C sporting these new kicks. Inspired by each creator’s local area, see Wembley to West Norwood across the energetic campaign.

Craig Green Celebrates 10 years

Craig Green’s joint AW23 & SS24 collection – marking a decade since the designer launched his eponymous label – re-forms language and movement through imaginative structures and shapes. To commence, models cradle dismantled mannequin-like objects in corresponding colourways to their two-piece sets. Delving into Craig Green’s world, mirrored groupings of models wear clothing that stands for themselves (quite literally). Bulbous silhouettes drape around models’ frames and hats and scarfs are conjoined in warm-weather pieces covering the face. The structures are embellished with stripes, embroidered with flower patterns, and strings of stitching comes draped to the ground. Despite the bold colours and prints, the stoic groupings leave a stillness and sense of contemplation.

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