In addition, the BOSS x PHIPPS collaboration on a sustainable collection and Christopher Bates joins forces with “Top Gun: Maverick”.
Lululemon embraces its Y2K roots
The year: 2000. The place: Lululemon. The article in question: the ‘Shape jacket’. The iconic Canadian brand digs into its archives and reissues this and other earlier products from the early 2000s to 2011, including other fan favorites like the ‘Astro pant’, ‘Inspire crop’ and ‘Still pant’ . Each month, a new and improved garment will be unveiled from the Lululemon Y2K Vault and available for purchase in limited quantities through its app, in-store and online. Not included: your old workout soundtrack with songs from Britney and NSYNC.
BOSS X PHIPPS is the enduring collection you didn’t know you needed
On paper, BOSS and PHIPPS might seem like an unexpected couple. But according to Marco Falcioni, senior vice-president, creative direction at HUGO BOSS, “our values are very similar, even if our aesthetics are different. As brands, we both want to blaze a more sustainable path in an industry that still creates too much waste. Step into a genderless collection made from responsible materials and leftover fabrics from the BOSS archives. The assortment combines the tie-dye and provocative slogans that PHIPPS has become known for with the quality and innovation that CHIEF is synonymous with.
A Superior gun collection comes to Canada thanks to Christopher Bates
If you feel a need for speed, then Christopher Bates has what you need. In honor of the new film Top Gun: Maverick, the Canadian designer has teamed up with Paramount Pictures on a collection of bomber jackets, t-shirts and sunglasses that even Tom Cruise would approve of. And with Father’s Day approaching, this could be your solution to finding the perfect gift.
Jillian Harris proves she’s the queen of collaborations with Melanie Auld Jewelry
Jillian Harris, the queen of Canadian collaborations, is back, and this time she’s working with Jewelry Melanie Auld. The duo recently launched ‘Adorned’, a collection of vermeil, sterling silver and 14k solid gold initial charms and stud earrings. Whether you want to wear the letters of a loved one or just celebrate yourself, there is something for everyone.
There are only 150 pairs of these Moscot x Saturdays NYC sunglasses
eyewear brand Moscow teams up with Saturdays NYC just in time for summer. According to the press release, the collaboration draws inspiration from both brands’ “deeply rooted New York heritage and active urban lifestyle” and features a singular style, the Tomo. But you’ll have to be quick because only 150 are available for purchase online and in-store at MOSCOT and Saturdays NYC.
Smash + Tess and The Birds Papaya release a new romper
Looking for the perfect spring to summer transition outfit? Thanks to her recent collaboration with Canadian influencer papaya with birds, Smash + Tess makes a pretty convincing case for kissing a romper. Available in pink and black, the “Kimi Coveralls” are made from a woven blend of Tencel, cotton and spandex for a super soft feel and effortless drape.