Givenchy gives back to the Disney adults, while Per Götesson slashes everything
FASHION WEEK SCHEDULING
First, some housekeeping for the upcoming fashion season. Daniel Lee’s debut at Burberry will take place on February 20 in London; Marni will showcase its collection in Tokyo on February 1; Alessando Michele’s final collection will open Milan Fashion Week on January 13, followed by JW Anderson, 1017 Alyx 9SM, Jordanluca, and Charles Jeffrey on January 15. Stay tuned for more updates…
PALMWINE ICECREAM DROPS ITS THIRD SEASON
This week, PALMWINE IceCREAM launched its third collection, dubbed Mii La. “A call to dream,” the offering comprises leather micro-shorts, cowhide cargo pants, and basketball tunics alongside mediaeval tabards, fuzz-lined wraparound skirts, and bibbed vests. See more of the collection here and revisit our interview with the British-Ghanaian brand here.
GIVENCHY GIVES BACK TO THE DISNEY ADULTS
Next year will mark 100 years of Disney and as a sort of early celebration, Givenchy has released its latest collaborative collection with the franchise, starring Alton Mason, Madeleine Petsch, and “Oswald the Lucky Rabbit”. The whole thing runs the gamut of varsity jackets, oversized shirts, jean jackets, and hoodies, to tennis shoes, totes, and cross-body bags. Click here to see more.
MAX MARA WILL PAY YOU TO STUDY FASHION
Max Mara has unveiled plans for a new scholarship programme at the Royal College of Art, offering students who face financial hardship the opportunity to enrol on the MA Fashion course. The Scholarships, totalling £30,000 per person, include full tuition fees as well as a contribution towards maintenance and materials. The Scholarships will be open from the next academic year, starting in September 2023, and will be offered to two students annually over the next three years.
PER GÖTESSON SLASHES EVERYTHING
Per Götteson’s latest capsule collection repurposes vintage t-shirts with body-baring, spliced-and-diced cuts. With big slashes ribboning their way through logos and slogans, the designer says the offering subverts “the consumerism and hypermasculinity within society.” The lookbook is fronted by Göteson’s friends: Loshh, a multi-genre musician, and Luca, a designer at CSM. See more of that here.