Listen to this? It’s the sound of your sweaters and coats rejoicing at the cold weather that has suddenly hit. There’s no better time than the present to shed the layers, switch from iced lattes to hot lattes, and soak up the thin months of true fall before winter inevitably hits. . If your wardrobe needs a refresh or you’re looking to change it up this fall, fear not. We’re rounding up all the best and brightest fashion news this month, from Louis Vuitton‘s traveling show to Veja’s new collaboration with Marni. Keep an eye on this space as we round up the hottest news of the month.
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Louis Vuitton Concludes “200 Trunks, 200 Visionaries” Exhibition Tour in New York
Who: Louis Vuitton
What: “200 trunks, 200 visionaries: the exhibition”
Where: 660 Madison Avenue, New York
Why: Louis Vuitton has been touring the world with its “200 trunks, 200 visionaries” exhibition since August 2021, and now it has made its fourth and final stop in New York. The brand has taken over the iconic building formerly occupied by Barneys (RIP) to present 200 unique trunks made by 200 visionaries covering all aspects of culture. Everyone from Gloria Steinem to Peter Marino and Stephen Sprouse (pictured here) has given their take on the legendary luggage, which ties into the historical and technical aspects of the exhibit that decode the genre-defining trunk. The icing on the cake ? LV has reopened Fred’s, the legendary Barneys restaurant, which will serve food and drink during limited-time windows. A throwback, indeed.
Vince Celebrates 20th Anniversary with the Nordstrom Collection
Acne Studios x Kero
Acne Studios pays homage to Swedish tradition with Kero Shoe Collab
Loro Piana launches the Uber-Cozy Cocooning collection
Veja x Marni
Veja releases its second collaboration with Marni
Fendi launches the Peekaboo capsule
What: Special Peekaboo capsule collection
Where: Exclusively in Fendi boutiques
Why: One of Fendi’s most instantly recognizable shapes is the cheeky Peekaboo, which has become a fan favorite over the years thanks in large part to its versatile style and excellent craftsmanship. In honor of National Handbag Day on October 10, Fendi released a small Peekaboos capsule in black, white and mint green. Contrast Selleria stitching and exotic leather top handles complete the offering of mini, small and medium sized handbags. There are also larger versions for men…just in case you want to get a head start on your holiday shopping.
Rose Room launches its first collection
Kaia x Zara
Kaia Gerber launches a capsule with Zara
Pasquale Bruni expands the ‘Giardini Segreti’ collection
Far from Vaquera
Away collaborates with Palomo Spain, Vaquera and Ashish
Proenza Schouler celebrates its 20th anniversary with a reissue capsule
Aquazzura x Swarovski
Aquazzura Designs for Swarovski Creators Lab Sandal
Mulberry presents its Softie outerwear collection
The Elizabeth Purpich collection elevates game day style
Who: Elisabeth Purpich
What: Launch of Longhorn Mini bag
Where: Elisabeth Purpich Collection
Why: Forget those Bama Rush TikTok viral fashion videos. Houston-based handbag designer Beth Purpich champions what she calls “college luxury.” A former college athlete herself (she played basketball for Auburn) with a flair for design, Purpich uses only the finest materials and the most skilled artisans to produce her collections. Among its biggest hits to date is the Longhorn bag, which debuted as a calf-hair top handle and found a perfect ambassador in Austin stylist Loreal Sarkisian, who happens to be the wife of University of Texas football coach Steve Sarkisian. Sarkisian, always impeccable (the woman sidelined Chanel), wore the new mini version (stadium-approved size) in burnt orange alligator during last weekend’s game against Oklahoma which saw the Longhorns s impose 49-0. Maybe it also serves as a lucky charm?
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