Including a unique birthday that is 80th for starters eccentric designer.
It’s time for you to Zelebrate
the rumors are real; Zellers is returning to Canada. The destination that is beloved family shopping trips, quick pick-ups and Hilary Duff–inspired finds closed most of its locations a decade ago, but it’s still one of the few Canadian retailers to spark nostalgia across the generations. In this 2023 reboot, shop-in-shops are slated to open in select Hudson’s Bay locations across the nation. Plus, the brand will launch an eCommerce site for the time that is first. Big because of all those Zellers fan reports and #bringbackzellers hashtags for working their magic.
Louis Vuitton relaunches the Empreinte Collection
Searching for a jewelery collection with a feeling of adventure? Look absolutely no further than Louis Vuitton’s release that is latest, the Empreinte Collection. Originally released in 2004, Empreinte is an ode to travel that takes inspiration from the Maison’s iconic luggage—from trunk stud motifs to rings and bracelets resembling the leather straps on the travel cases. The collection, which was designed by Artistic Director of Jewelery and Watches Francesca Amphitheatrof, features style that is bold modern forms and unique details. From LV initials to monogram that is iconic, there are plenty of signposts nodding to the French fashion house’s heritage.
Betsey Johnson uses fashion to celebrate a milestone
Designer Betsey Johnson turns 80 this year and her namesake brand is celebrating big with an 80th Birthday Collection. The New York–based connoisseur of OTT style draws inspiration from her legacy in the fashion industry and her
“pretty and punk”
RW&CO. collabs with Thyme MaternityPhotography courtesy of RW&CO.This week, Thyme Maternity’s first collection rolled out onto
Paris Jewelers wants to elevate your ring stackPhotography courtesy of Paris JewelersCanadian-Vietnamese sister-owned company Paris Jewelers has just released their
Diamond Everyday Stacking Bands
Vancouver-based Indochino launches*)Photography that is womenswear of IndochinoFifteen years following its launch, Vancouver-based
Indochino(*) has offered one million matches, and today, the worldwide leader in custom clothing is expanding into womenswear. Its proprietary system for best-in-class, made-to-measure clothing will now provide a women’s base pattern that accommodates diverse body forms and silhouette styles popular available in the market. Women, it is time to match up.(*)