Run-DMC x adidas Superstar, the new collaboration

Run-DMC x adidas Superstar, the new collaboration

Anna Cardaci · 1 month ago · Style

After the recent collaboration between adidas and Prada, there are rumors that the German sports brand is creating a new product with another very important name to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Superstar: the hip-hop group Run-DMC. The shoe, named Run-DMC x adidas Superstar, will be available in three color versions: black, white and a combination of the two.

On the tongue of the shoe, there is the adidas logo and the face Jam Master Jay, while the Superstar brand is placed at the top of the three stripes is contained by two red bands representing an ode to the group logo. Since Run-DMC proudly wore their sneakers without laces, the sneaker could also be designed to be easy to wear without laces. The collaboration marks the third time the two names will work together, after the adidas Superstar 80 25th anniversary and 35th anniversary editions. Run-DMC x adidas Superstar will be released, according to sources, next April 2020 and can be purchased online and in the brand’s official stores.

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6 MONCLER 1017 ALYX 9SM – Matthew Williams x Moncler

6 MONCLER 1017 ALYX 9SM – Matthew Williams x Moncler

Giulia Pacciardi · 1 month ago · Style

Matthew Williams, founder and creative director of the ready-to-wear and accessories brand 1017 ALYX 9SM, is the latest designer to join the Moncler Genius project, which has now become a world tour of great launches and special events.

For his project in collaboration with Moncler, 6 MONCLER 1017 ALYX 9SM, the Chicago designer has conceived a collection with a metropolitan, modern and practical attitude.
The garments range from down jackets to padded parkas and ultra-lightweight anoraks to sleeveless jackets and leather coats, whose color range is based on black, grey, white with peaks of red and orange.
All items also feature new elements for Moncler, striking accessories such as chain belts with carabiners, backpacks with a waistcoat or built-in hat and neoprene boots with rubber soles.

The idea behind the entire collection is to merge the DNA of the two brands, also taking into account a theme very dear to Williams, that of eco-sustainability.
The shirts and leggings are in fact made of Econyl®, special nylon derived from waste materials such as plastic recovered from the oceans. 

Discover the collection here.

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Discover the brands that are helping Australia

Discover the brands that are helping Australia

Giulia Pacciardi · 1 month ago · Style

Every gesture matters.
This is the leitmotif behind all the awareness and crowdfunding campaigns launched to concretely help Australia, a country that is losing lives, millions of hectares of land and, according to WWF, over a billion animals due to unstoppable fires.

In this panorama of destruction, there are many initiatives born to help all the associations and organizations that try to save what can be saved with their work.
But, in addition to the many donations from all over the world, of great importance are all the ideas that fashion brands have had to support the cause.

Gucci, Bottega Veneta, Balenciaga, Saint Laurent, Brioni and other giants of the Kering group have collected and donated $687,515 USD that will be donated to various organizations and have promised to participate in reforestation projects in the future.

Others have devised clothing, the proceeds of which will be combined with the rest of the donations to the cause.

Balenciaga Australia Bushfire Disaster Koala Hoodie & T-shirt

The luxury brand has created two different items whose only protagonist is the Australian Koala.
Both the hoodie and the t-shirt are characterized by an illustration of the tender marsupial on a completely white base.
100 percent of the proceeds from the sale will be donated to the most appropriate local conservation organization selected by the Kering Group and Balenciaga sustainability experts.

The unisex Balenciaga Australia Bushfire Disaster hoodie and T-shirt will be on sale exclusively on the Balenciaga website from 13 January.

NOAH’s Australia Benefit long-sleeve tee

NOAH, a brand that has always stood out for its strong ecological footprint, has also joined the cause with the creation of a special t-shirt.
Available in both yellow and white, each t-shirt features a smiling koala in red shorts and a white t-shirt supporting “Australia”.
100% of the sales proceeds will go to WIRES, Australia’s largest wildlife rescue organization.

The NOAH Australia Benefit long-sleeved t-shirt is now available online.

Rowing Blazers Australian Rugby League Authentic Heavyweight Rugby

The American brand Rowing Blazers launched four rugby jerseys inspired by the Ivy League and authentic Australian motifs: the Australian Rugby League Heavyweight Rugby, Australia 1905 Authentic Heavyweight Rugby, Australia 1961 Authentic Heavyweight Rugby and Australia 1908 Authentic Heavyweight Rugby. For them too, 100% of the proceeds will go to Australia’s largest wildlife rescue organization WIRES.

All four pieces are available on the Rowing Blazers website for $195.

There are so many ways to help, buying one of these items is one of many.
Every gesture matters.

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The new Air Jordan I High OG by Dior

The new Air Jordan I High OG by Dior

Anna Cardaci · 1 month ago · Style

UPDATE 13 JANUARY 2020:
The release of AIR DIOR in low version has been announced. A total of 4,500 pieces will be available for purchase from next April in Dior boutiques around the world.

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The haute couture brand Dior, after the announcement of the collaboration with the streetwear brand Stüssy, comes back to surprise us with a new collaboration. It is nothing less than a partnership with Nike. During the fashion show held yesterday in Miami, art director Kim Jones unveiled the first silhouette in the collection, the Air Jordan I High OG Dior.

Dior x Nike | Collater.al 1

To mark the 35th anniversary of Air Jordan and the first debut of the Dior men’s collection in the United States, this limited edition Air Jordan 1 High OG underlines both the timeless charm of the sneaker and the unmistakable touch of the luxury brand.

With this collaboration, once again the world of haute couture and sport come together to create a new look. The result is a perfect balance in which the charm of the iconic Jordan I is combined with Parisian elegance.

The collaboration offers a new image that combines sporty style with streetwear until it becomes a luxury product. It also pays tribute to the unmistakable iconography that distinguishes the two brands. The shoe will be made in Italy according to the standards of excellence and will be produced with a fine material or calfskin leather that characterizes the leather goods of the House.

A remix of the iconic Jumpman Wings logo is imprinted on the upper with the words “AIR DIOR“. The Swoosh is made from Dior Oblique jacquard, a unique motif that simultaneously represents both of the leading brands in their sector. The same weave is resized and laser engraved on the insoles of the shoe.

The limited-edition Air Jordan I High OG Dior will be available from April 2020 in selected Dior boutiques.

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Here’s Barrow, the brand for digital natives

Here’s Barrow, the brand for digital natives

Giulia Guido · 1 month ago · Style

Just when it seems that a sector is saturated, something new comes along that makes everyone reconsider. The last one is called Barrow, the first Made in Italy brand dedicated to digital natives that aims to meet the increasing demand for quality products from a young and conscious public. 

Yes, a competent and aware community of the current market situation, new brands, and techniques used in the fashion world. 

Precisely for this reason, the first collection signed by Barrow – coming soon – includes garments studied down to the smallest details, from the choice of fabrics to the creation of prints, all obviously designed trying to offer the best possible product in terms of quality. 

Stay tuned to find out when the collection will be released and in the meantime discover it below! 

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