22 August: Naomi Osaka presents the latest editions of the Louis Vuitton Twist bag
The latest editions of the iconic Twist bag by Louis Vuitton have been showcased in a new campaign featuring House Ambassador and international tennis champion Naomi Osaka.
On the court and lounging by the pool in Los Angeles, the four-time Grand Slam winner reveals the bag’s new details.
22 August: Chufy arrives at Fabric
Launched in 2017 by seasoned traveller Sofia Sanchez de Betak, Chufy features ready-to-wear and accessories sourced and collected clothing from destinations across the world.
Each season of Chufy focuses on a new destination and its culture, collaborating with artisans to imbue every piece with the authenticity of local craftsmanship infusing high-quality fabrics in a wide colour palette of hand-painted patterns.
Chufy is now available exclusively at Fabric.
15 August: twenty-seven names celebrates looking ahead with SS22/23 range
twenty-seven names has introduced Truly, Madly, Sleepy, an idyllic Spring Summer 22/23 collection.
The brand is celebrating looking ahead, with the collection playing with trippy florals, dopamine checks, and dazed and confused suits.
Truly, Madly, Sleepy is all about continuing to search, even if the sky falls sometimes.
Drop 1 is now available online and in-store.
12 August: Levi’s x GANNI collaboration returns for 2022
Levi’s® x GANNI is back for late Summer 2022 with a collection inspired by Mother Nature.
Made with at least 55% certified organic cotton and natural dyes—from real plants and minerals, using water-saving techniques—the eight-piece collection features muted hues and easy silhouettes that are at home in the garden and the city.
Offered in an extended size range, this collection celebrates inclusivity and more responsible practices through a unique Levi’s x GANNI lens.
11 August: Exclusive Ted Baker collection arrives at Specsavers
A new eyewear collection available exclusively from Specsavers celebrates all we know and love about Ted Baker.
Boasting both metal and acetate frames in an array of styles, there’s a frame to suit every personality. Unique prints and bold colours adorn standout frames, while black with gold trim can be found on timeless classics, guaranteed to hold their own season after season.
Hidden trims concealing messages add a subtle quirk, reminding us that Ted Baker eyewear is as inventive and original as the wearer.
5 August: R.M.Williams presents SS23 – For Life’s Journeys
R.M.Williams presents a new seasonal collection, crafted For Life’s Journeys, comprising an assortment of boots, apparel and accessories.
Inspired by the unbounded promise of adventure, the collection includes refreshed classics and new, easy wearing styles that can travel with us as we step through life together.
To capture this spirit of adventure, the campaign sees the collection hit the road on a series of rural expeditions.
Shot in New South Wales’s Megalong Valley, the campaign captures the rugged elegance of the new collection against a breathtaking backdrop of rural landscapes.
3 August: Superette partners with Land Rover to launch Ski Shop collection
Superette has joined forces with Land Rover to showcase the store’s first-ever Ski Shop collection.
Capturing the terroir of NZ High Country in Queenstown, the campaign imagery includes the latest additions to Superette’s online Travel section accompanied by Land Rover luxury vehicles – a celebration of modern design and functionality.
The all-new Ski Shop subsection features local Kiwi brands as well as renowned international designers, including The North Face, P.E Nation, Celine, Superette Leisure Club, Ralph Lauren, Alexander Wang, and MoonBoot exclusive to Superette customers in New Zealand.
1 August: Gucci Attache launches
Gucci revealed its latest handbag at the beginning of August. Gucci Attache represents both the awareness of a modern attitude and the intentional revival of a historical object from the archive.
Versatile as a symbol, in shape, and in volume, the Gucci Attache is presented as the essence of a very current attitude and gesturality. Both in its medium and small sizes and in the diverse ways it can be worn, either on the shoulder or across the body, the line presents that appeal that only objects with dual functions can have.