Fashion buzz: Queen Elizabeth II will no longer wear “new” fur, Uniqlo collaborates with Malaysian artist Kenji Chai, and more
Burberry introduces first online game
Got time to spare? Log on to Burberry.com for the brand’s first online game, B Bounce! You’ll play as an adorable deer-shaped character, where you will be able to select your attire from the latest Thomas Burberry monogram puffer jacket and gilet collection. How to play? Bounce upwards between platforms to reach the moon, and gain speed by collecting gold TB logos and drones. You’ll also be able to unlock GIF stickers once you complete the game!
Click here to start.
G-Dragon collaborates with Nike for a limited edition of Air Force 1s
Head’s up G-Dragon fans, the K-Pop superstar is releasing a Nike shoe, in collaboration with his personal fashion brand, Peaceminusone. Coined “Para-noise’, the sneaker is painted in black (which is said to fade over time), plus raw brush strokes visible on the midsole. Its most striking feature is the red swoosh in red leather and embroidered daisy details on the tongue, and branded thick laces. The Peaceminusone x Nike Air Force 1 is set to be released on 23 November 2019.
Queen Elizabeth II goes fur-free
With fashion’s crusade against fur, the British royal family is following suit with the recent announcement of Her Majesty’s decision to stop wearing fur…well, sort of. The caveat being that the queen won’t be ridding her ceremonial robes and other official garments that are lined with fur. Other new ensembles worn by the queen will use faux fur instead. A victory for cruelty-free fashion! However, according to Giles Roca, chief executive of the British Fur Trade Association: “Faux fur, fake fur, plastic fur is actually far worse for the environment than natural fur”, he mentions on BBC Radio 4‘s Today programme. According to Roca, natural fur takes 30 days to break down whereas faux fur takes about 1,000 years. Faux fur versus real fur-which would you go for?
Uniqlo collaborates with Malaysian artist Kenji Chai
Uniqlo is on a roll this year supporting local artists! After collaborating with Bingka KL for a sticker series printed on Uniqlo UT and tote bags in time for Malaysia Day, the Japanese brand continues to highlight local talent by working with street artist Kenji Chai. Continuing the UTme series, the illustrations are based on the artist’s beloved canine character, Chaigo. The sticker series sees a collection of ten designs depicting the turquoise doggo and his furry paws throwing up positive hand gestures such as the peace sign, a thumb’s up and the trending heart sign. Customise your T-shirt or tote with the stickers, exclusively available at Uniqlo Fahrenheit 88.
Raise your glass to Moschino and Budweiser’s 15-item limited edition collection
Oktoberfest may be over but beer drinkers won’t be able to resist this cheeky collab. Known for its exaggerated campy style and pop culture references, Moschino takes Budweiser’s classic red, navy, gold and white label and prints them on apparel and accessories. Reserved for the serious lager fans: The can-shaped duffel bag and tiny beer can earrings.
Selena Gomez wears matching outfits with sister at the ‘Frozen 2’ premiere
How cute are Selena Gomez and her 6-year sister Gracie Elliot Teefey?! The pair walked the red carpet to the Hollywood premiere of ‘Frozen 2’ in matching ensembles from Marc Jacobs. Responsible for the adorable attire was celebrity stylist Kate Young, who dressed them in nearly identical floral-printed white prairie dresses and cinched with rope belts, accessorised with floor-length sequinned capes with feathered shoulders. Too cute!
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