Last Week's Fashion Highlights You Might Have Missed

Check out the latest buzz in the fashion world that you might have missed last week. From celebrity campaigns to exciting collaborations, catch up on all the news!

Last week, the fashion world was ablaze with exciting news and updates. 

From star-studded campaigns to exciting collaborations, here’s a roundup of the latest buzz that you might have missed.

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Naomi Campbell Stars in New BOSS Campaign

The latest BOSS campaign is a star-studded affair. It features Naomi Campbell, NFL star Patrick Mahomes, actor Suki Waterhouse, tennis player Matteo Berrettini, and multi-talented Lee Min-ho.

As per GQ, the campaign celebrates the diverse qualities that make a boss, showcasing the brand’s shift towards tailored pieces. 

The autumn/winter ‘23 collection, captured by photographer Mikael Jansson and creatively directed by Trey Laird, showcases punchy suits and complementary pieces. 

The campaign’s video features the stars reflecting on their journeys to success, set to Tupac’s “Changes.” 

It’s a testament to the brand’s commitment to empowering individuals through fashion.

Marc Jacobs Announces 40th Anniversary Collaborations

In celebration of its 40th anniversary, Marc Jacobs is collaborating with some of his favorite partners from over the years. 

Collaborators such as Pharrell Williams, Sofia Coppola, Tremaine Emory, Futura, Takashi Murakami, and others have been invited to select a piece from the brand’s archive. They reimagine it in their own style, as reported by Hypebeast.

The reimagined pieces will be available in limited drops on the Marc Jacobs website, so fans can own a piece of fashion history.

Bad Bunny Appears in Jacquemus’ New Campaign

Puerto Rican singer Bad Bunny is once again collaborating with Jacquemus, modeling for the brand’s latest collection Les Sculptures.

The campaign features Bad Bunny posing as a statue, showcasing the brand’s structured costumes. 

As said by Hola, this collaboration highlights the singer’s ongoing partnership with Jacquemus, which began in 2022. 

Bad Bunny’s fashion moments continue to impress, with fans declaring him the “best sculpture” of the collection.

Creative Director Sean McGirr Previews New Alexander McQueen

A sneak peek at Seán McGirr’s vision for Alexander McQueen has been revealed through a preview campaign shot by Tommy Malekoff. 

According to Harper’s Bazaar, the campaign features Debra Shaw and Frankie Rayder wearing skull masks, a key McQueen emblem, and tartan, a signature McQueen pattern. 

This preview hints at McGirr’s deep dive into the brand’s history, setting high expectations for his upcoming show in Paris.

Kaia Gerber Stars in DKNY’s New Spring Advertising Campaign

DKNY’s Spring 2024 campaign features model Kaia Gerber, representing “a new day at DKNY.” 

The campaign aims to infuse fresh energy into the brand while honoring its iconic American style with a New York edge, as reported by Marie Claire

The collection pays homage to Donna Karan’s original ethos, with new takes on signature items like lightweight blazers and cotton dress shirts. 

Gerber brings a sense of real sophistication to the campaign, setting the stage for a new era of accessible luxury at DKNY.

And there you have it, a recap of the fashion highlights from last week! Stay stylish!

Banner photo via Instagram @marcjacobs.

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