When the stars align, greatness manifests. Concrete example: the first fall 2021 collection by Gabriela Hearst for the French luxury brand Chloé. The Uruguayan designer’s claims to fame range from dressing the first lady, Dr. Jill Biden, in her historic white inauguration gown to maintaining an unwavering commitment to enduring luxury yarns, which has earned her a cult. For its first outing under the two-story house, Hearst turned to the clothing stars, unveiling the boot of the day of the season: Chloé x Moon Boot. Designed in earthy tones synonymous with the French brand and crafted with biodegradable soles, recycled laces and low-impact leather, the collaboration epitomizes what true luxury looks like in an age where we all seek comfort – for ourselves. and for the planet.
Coach and Jennifer lopez are preparing for a second collaboration. The New York-based brand and Bronx-born “I’m Real” singer celebrate authenticity with a collection that combines their unique and iconic aesthetics. Notable styles include sheepskin pieces that blend glamor and sportiness, and handbags featuring the epitome of the epitome of Coach quintessence. As J.Lo herself puts it, “This is our raw, unfiltered and unmodified version. “
He may not have invented aviator sunglasses, but Michael kors has certainly set the bar very high for its signature sunglasses shape. With 40 years of jet-set style, the New York-based designer gives these limited-edition lenses the Midas touch, with 18k gold frames and his autograph engraved along the inner tip. Like everything Kors is aiming for, the result is visionary.
Downtown, Bloomingdale’s Aqua label has partnered with Pendleton, modeling their collaboration after the “Pilot Rock” and “Wyeth Trail” prints inherited from the wool brand. The collection, available October 26, incorporates Aqua’s modern style and materials with Pendleton’s commitment to craftsmanship – offering a head-to-toe assortment, from quilted jackets ($ 148 to $ 198) to blouses. ($ 68) and skirts ($ 68).
After handing over the reins of his business to Brooks Brothers five years ago, the jewelry designer Alexis Bittar is back at the helm, celebrating with store openings across town, from Soho to the Upper East Side. Step inside to admire his sculptural mixed-material pieces and you’ll find yourself immersed in Bittar’s eerily chic inspirations, ranging from art galleries to abandoned institutions, and hosted by Tony Award-winning set designer Scott Pask.