VICTORIA Beckham has released a sneak peak at her brand new collection for Target. She says that her daughter, Harper, 5, inspired her mother-and-child range for the US brand.
“It was about celebrating my relationship with Harper,” she told WWD. “I know what Harper likes to wear; kids want to be comfortable. I’ve taken everything I learned as a mum and put it into the collection.”
The 200 piece collection will include adult and child styles sold together for a “mini-me” effect, which launches online and in-store on April 9, priced between $20 and $70 for adult sizes, and $6 and $30 for children, toddlers and babies.
GIVENCHY have announced Clare Waight Keller as their new Artistic Director.
She will suceed Riccardo Tisci, who was with the brand for 12 years.
Waight Keller is most well known for her role as Creative Director for Chloé, and her new position will make her the first woman to hold the lead design spot at Givenchy, with male fashion greats such as Hubert de Givenchy, John Galliano, Alexander McQueen, Julien MacDonald, and Riccardo Tisci previously taking the reins.
The brand broke the news via Instagram to their 7 million followers.
ANOTHER week, another game of musical chairs in the fashion industry.
Creative Director of Jil Sander, Rodolfo Paglialunga, has left the brand, following an apparent “mutual agreement.”
Paglialunga started at the brand back in 2014, having previously worked at Prada as the womenswear design director and at Vionnet, where he was creative director.
“We decided to terminate our professional journey with Rodolfo Paglialunga together with the designer himself,” said CEO Alessandra Bettari in a statement. “We want to deeply thank Paglialunga for his great job at Jil Sander and the respect he paid to the brand’s DNA.”
He showed his final collection for Jil Sander during Milan Fashion Week last month.
SUPREME is joining forces with Lacoste for Spring 2017.
The collection has a lot to live up to, as it follows their hyped Louis Vuitton collaboration that made its debut in January within Men’s Fashion Week.
The collection includes track jackets, crewnecks, long sleeve polos, track pants, caps and shorts all complete with the signature alligator logo of Lacoste in addition to Supreme’s branding.
The collection went live yesterday on the Supreme website and is no available in its London store, as well as Supreme shops in New York, Los Angeles and Paris.