Drake designs collab with Canada Goose

Winter coats are getting a whole new attitude, thanks to a collaboration between Drake and Canada Goose.

According to Cosmopolitan, the rapper and singer’s fashion collective October’s Very Own and Canada Goose launched a capsule collection of their Chilliwack bomber parkas,  along with “aviator hats, scarves, and beanies for both men and women in shades of steel gray and ‘pink dawn,’ aka millennial pink.”

The blush coats offer both the swag of Champagne Papi himself along with the traditional warmth and quality of the Canada Goose brand, says Cosmo, featuring their signature fur hood with Drake’s additional gold hardware and embroidery.

As for the prices, Cosmo says the collection “starts at $95 for a beanie and the bombers are each $1,095.”

Shop the collection here.

Huffine launches lingerie collaboration with Fortnight

A new collaboration is on the horizon, this time from the minds of model Candice Huffine and the folks at Fortnight Lingerie.

According to InStyle, the model is teaming up with Fortnight Lingerie to release a 12-piece collection of comfortable, yet sexy lingerie in a range of sizes. Available in sizes up to XXL and a G-cup, InStyle reports that the line “features everything from high-waisted briefs (that are anything but matronly) to cute teddies and longline bras all in cool prints created specifically for the brand.”

With a variety of sizes and styles available, Huffine told InStyle that even details right down to the print are designed to encourage individuality.

“The print is slightly different on each piece,” she said. “I wanted women to celebrate themselves and their own individually. These pieces are powerful and feminine.”

Even the pieces themselves are created with the idea that every woman can wear them according to their own style; they don’t have to be just lingerie, says Huffine.

“Try the bodysuit as a top or a tank, and don’t be afraid to layer,” she told InStyle. “I tried the bodysuit with a t-shirt underneath. I rolled the sleeves and paired it with jeans. The longline bras would look beautiful under a sheer top. The possibilities are endless.”

To see the possibilities for yourself, check out the Candice Huffine X Fortnight collection journelle.com and fortnight.com.

H&M partners with Erdem in new collaboration

High fashion is getting a little more accessible, thanks to H&M’s latest collaboration with Erdem.

According to ELLE, the “London-based designer Erdem Moralıoğlu is bringing his romantic silhouettes and prints to the fast-fashion retailer with new women’s apparel and his first-ever menswear collection,” all while infusing the line with motifs from his most popular design collections.

Helping to provide direction for the campaign is Baz Luhrmann, says ELLE, who has already directed a short teaser for the forthcoming collaboration.

Ready for these new styles to hit your favorite retailer?  ELLE says the Erdem X H&M collaboration will debut on Nov. 2 at select H&M stores and on hm.com.

JW Anderson to team with Uniqlo for new line

Luxurious fashion is about to get a little more accessible, thanks to a new collaboration between JW Anderson and Uniqlo.

According to InStyle, the British designer announced on March 29 that the British designer will partner with Uniqlo for a Fall/Winter 2017 collection. The line, which will include both men’s and women’s apparel, will be available for purchase worldwide in Uniqlo stores and online, says InStyle.

Speaking on his upcoming collaboration, Anderson told InStyle that working with Uniqlo will be a perfect fit for his brand.

“When I think of Uniqlo, I think of things that are perfectly made, that people have spent a lot of time considering; it’s a difficult job, and I think Uniqlo do it very well,” he said. “Working with Uniqlo is probably the most incredible template of democracy in fashion, and it’s nice that my design can be accessible to anyone, on all different levels.”

Here’s to making gorgeous fashion accessible to all!

Clinique releases Crayola collaboration

If you loved Crayola crayons as a child, you are going to want to pay attention to their latest collaboration.

According to ELLE, the famous crayon company teamed up with Clinique to produce a special line of Clinique’s Chubby Stick Moisturizing Lip Colour Balm that’s decked out in what resembles the traditional Crayola crayon paper jacket. The colors are even named in a way reminiscent of crayon colors, says ELLE, with some featuring names like “Mango Tango,” “Tickle Me Pink,” “Fuzzy Wuzzym” and “Razzmatazz.”

Individual sticks cost $17 and a set of four minis costs $25, reports ELLE, but if you really want full nostalgia, you’ll spring for the $49.50 set of eight minis, which comes in an adorable mock crayon box.

To shop the collection, click here.

Capsule collection on the way for JLo

If you’ve ever admired Jennifer Lopez’s style — whether on the red carpet, on stage or on the street — you’ll want to keep an eye out for her forthcoming capsule collection.

According to ELLE, the 47-year-old multi-hyphenate will release a collection of shoes and accessories, teaming up with luxury shoe brand Giuseppe Zanotti to design the upcoming styles.

Set to be released in January 2017, ELLE reports that the collection will include “crystal-encrusted open-toe booties, embellished wedge sneakers, and gladiators in snakeskin-print leather in a palette of pastels, cool greys, and warm beiges. Two bag styles complete the collection.”

Lopez told ELLE of the impetus behind the collection, while also dropping some hints about what to expect from the line.

“I think it goes without saying that like every other girl, I love a killer pair of shoes,” she said to ELLE. “Whether I’m walking the red carpet or dressed casually, the right shoes complete my outfit to make me feel beautiful, sexy, and fearless. The collection Giuseppe and I have created is everything you would expect from the both of us—bad ass high heels with shapes that are fierce and of course, have some sparkle!”

As for Zanotti himself, he said that the capsule collection perfectly encapsulates Lopez, telling ELLE, “The collection, like Jennifer, is sensual, sophisticated, modern but also playful and edgy.”

ELLE reports that pair’s designs will be available in Giuseppe Zanotti stores, online and at select retailers worldwide.

Stay tuned for a review of the line when it hits stores!


Roy and Odabash team up for swimsuit design

Designers Rachel Roy and Melissa Odabash teamed up to design one stunner of a swimsuit — and you’ll definitely want to add it to your summer rotation.

According to WWD, Roy is unveiling a new swimsuit line, and to give a taste of her forthcoming collection, the designer released a new suit with luxury fashion and beachwear designer Melissa Odabash. The monokini style features a straight, strapless neckline, string ties at the hip and is covered with studs — and it’s even available in white, nude and black, according to WWD.

Available exclusively on RachelRoy.com for $369, Roy told WWD that this marks her first dip into the waters of designing swimwear. “Swim is very technical and you have to find the right partner to do it justice,” she told WWD. “What I appreciate about Melissa is that she is very attuned to what real women want from swimwear: beautiful designs, timeless sophistication and cuts that flatter.”

While Roy said she knew she always wanted to design swimwear, she also knew that she wanted to make her new swimsuits perfect, says WWD.

Explaining that she wanted to achieve a flawless fit, Roy told WWD, “You want to be comfortable and sexy at the same time … Melissa and I had quite a few rounds of fittings to ensure support and coverage in the most flattering ways possible. Trying on samples has made all of the difference for me over the years, and swim is no different.”

Although the full line will be revealed in October, according to WWD, you can shop the Rachel Roy x Melissa Odabash monokini now by clicking here. And be sure to check out other styles by Melissa Odabash here.

Happy Shopping!