The Newest Fashion Collaborations of the Month

Another day, another fashion drop we can’t stop thinking about. From Louis Vuitton’s new collection in partnership with artist Urs Fischer to Burberry’s latest capsule that dips into the brand’s rich archives, we rounded up the hottest collaborations of the month. Click through to stay up-to-date with the newest fashion announcements and more.

Barneys at Saks

Who: Barneys at Saks

What: Barneys debuts at Saks’ Fifth Avenue flagship

Where: Saks NYC’s flagship store and

Why: In a wild, wholesome turn of events, New York Icon Saks Fifth Avenue is joining forces with another New York Icon, Barneys. The latter shuttered earlier this year, but Saks welcomed them with an installation on their fifth floor. The pop-up will feature a curated set of emerging and established brands alike (what Barney’s was known for), including sixteen labels new to Saks.


Louis Vuitton Twist Bags Starring Laura Harrier

Who: Louis Vuitton

What: Laura Harrier and the Louis Vuitton Twist Bag

Where: In Louis Vuitton stores and on

Why: Louis Vuitton brings a fresh “twist” to their now-iconic Twist bag for spring 2021. The easy-to-carry bag now comes with sporty straps and leather lace detailing, and in new colorways

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Girls’s Garments & Vogue

A profession in vogue designing is one of the most promising prospects in today’s world. Another pattern for women that loved massive popularity in the twenties was that of sportswear worn as daywear. Sportswear had lengthy been an acceptable type of casual put on for males, but in the 1920s, it also grew to become acceptable for girls. The popularity of sports garments in the Twenties is often attributed, like most of the hottest kinds of the twenties, to Coco Chanel, but designers such as Jane Regny and Jean Patou also contributed to the sportswear development. Patou’s yellow skirt and sweater set show how much tennis clothes influenced design (Fig. 7).

Nicely, the plus-measurement girl, from whatever tradition, is known to have a fuller figure. Nonetheless, whereas the modern society revere the slimmer woman, most plus-measurement ladies are fairly comfy in their very own skin. As such, they too want to purchase womens’ clothing that is not solely trendy, but complementing to their full figures too. This explains why the lack of enough clothing for the plus-size women is taken into account an affront to their curves and sense of fashion. However, there are these designers who are smart enough …

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