RICCARDO TISCI X NIKE COLLABORATION
October 10

Riccardo Tisci and Nike have announced a collaboration that’s all about the ball life. Tisci even created a fictional sports team for the collab, which he named Victorious Minotaurs. The collection features shirts, t-shirts, a bomber jacket, accessories, and Tisci’s version of the Air Force 1 sneakers. With the pieces looking as if they came straight out of a best-dressed NBA player’s closet, we’re sure to see them on and off the court.

NIKE RT NBA #nikert #nikebasketball #nyc

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DRIES VAN NOTEN’S 1-100 BOOK
October 10 | New York, USA

On the occasion of his 30th year in the industry, designer Dries Van Noten released another book. Entitled Dries Van Noten 1-100, it showcases 100 of the many fashion shows he has staged over the years. The book launch was followed by a book signing event at Barney’s New York, where a number of his fans and loyal buyers, in their best Dries Van Noten looks, lined up for their copies to be signed by the designer.

 

GUCCI GOES FUR-FREE
October 11 | London, United Kingdom

Joining the Fur Free Alliance coalition, Gucci announced its ban on the use of animal fur starting with its Spring 2018 collection. The company has been investing in other sustainable materials, especially synthetic leather, that will replace animal fur from its merchandise. Gucci’s decision has so far been applauded by fans and patrons.

 

CURA V TRUNK SHOW
October 12 | Makati City, Metro Manila

Cura V held a a three-day trunk show at the Edades Tower in Rockwell Center, essentially for members of the fashion crowd that are already preparing for their  holiday looks. And they found everything they needed at the trunk show, from shoes and clothes to statement accessories from designers like Rhett Eala, Ivar Aseron, Patty Ang, and Gian Romano, and brands like Kaayo and Veja.

 

JW ANDERSON X CONVERSE POP-UP SHOP
October 12 | London, United Kingdom

Ahead of its promised release in early December, JW Anderson opened a surprise pop-up shop for its shoe collab with Converse, the Chuck Taylor All Star ’70 Grid Pack; the shoe was also previewed during the label’s Fall 2017 show in Italy. The pop-up shop carried only a limited number of the Chuck Taylor All Star, and to make it worse for those with serious FOMO tendencies, it was open for only a day.

If you didn’t make it to London this weekend—let’s be real, who did?—you can get your own pair from the JW Anderson website in early December.

@CONVERSE 300 UNITS ONLY EXCLUSIVELY AVAILABLE TODAY AT JW ANDERSON WORKSHOPS #JWANDERSON #CONVERSE

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