The New Fashion Arrivals We’re Excited To Shop This Week
Maggie Marilyn’s first foray into menswear is an extension of the brand’s Somewhere essentials line that first launched for women in late 2019. The collection is designed to simplify the task of getting dressed with versatile wardrobe staples like hoodies, blazers, and track pants that are all manufactured in a conscious and visible supply chain. Somewhere Man is Maggie Marilyn’s next step toward inspiring a transparent, circular, regenerative, and inclusive fashion industry as pieces are comprised of traceable organic or repurposed fibers from New Zealand’s leading regenerative merino and cotton farms.
Mackage’s new cloud collection is nothing short of a dream. The plush line is cozy and sleek all at once, with oversized vests, longline coats, and scarves to boot.
Dagne Dover just launched some of the brand’s signature bags in new ochre and evergreen colorways, as well as a leather edit that includes a sleek tote bag.
Stuart Weitzman’s new holiday campaign features Kate Hudson and a collection of shoes that are metallic or encrusted in diamanté—all of which will have you ready to get into the holiday spirit.
Well, Telfar did it again with another collection destined to fly off the shelves. This time, the It-brand teamed up with Moose Knuckles on padded leather bags, outerwear, pants, and quilted mock necks, too. While the bags are already sold out, the rest of the collection still has waning stock. Get yours before it’s gone.
The latest from Morgan Lane is the brand’s Candy Land collaboration. Candy cane striped pajamas and lollipop emblazoned shorts effortlessly bring the holiday cheer whether you’re sleeping or lounging around the house.
Hanifa’s first shoe release features a pair of open-toed heels and over-the-knee boots that are alluring, statement-making, and minimalist all at once.
Salvatore Ferragamo’s Icon-Up collection just launched exclusively on Farfetch. This limited edition, 300-piece capsule incorporates circularity principles with items crafted from materials sourced from Ferragamo’s existing stock.The line accessories introduces reuse to the brand’s DNA, reflecting Ferragamo’s mission towards a more responsible future.