Naysayers will suggest they saw it coming – the trend for 90’s branding has after all, been doing the rounds for a few years now – but this week Calvin Klein released the Re-Issue Collection in collaboration with e-commerce platform, MyTheresa.com.
Made up of 19 garments, all of jersey or denim (think typical branded sweatshirts and high waisted denim shorts), the capsule range is modelled by Lottie Moss, Kate Moss’s teenage half sister, and sees her recreate the aesthetic first displayed in Kate’s 1994 Calvin Klein Jeans campaign: cue hysteria.
Elsewhere, street label Supremebeing has announced a fashion collaboration with Dimensions Festival, set to launch on 21st July.
Partnering with the Croatian festival to release two T-shirts and a jacket, Supremebeing’s designers claimed to be inspired by the ‘golden sun setting and rising over the iconic landmarks’ of the site.
Titled ‘The Solar Series’, just 300 of each piece have been produced.
Finally, Karl Lagerfeld will join the likes of Sadie Williams and Nasir Mashar, as he has his own Barbie made. Unlike the Londoners however, the doll of Chanel’s creative director bears a striking resemblance to the man himself…
Mattel, the company behind the iconic doll, has so far just released a sketch of the proposed doll – French cuffs, satin cravat and all – but confirmed it would be released under the Barbie Collector label, with a limited edition run available from autumn.