Last week we took you behind the scenes of the Harrolds campaign shoot, lensed by photographer Georges Antoni with styling by Manuscript's Jolyon Mason and art direction by 3Deep. Now comes the video: a mystifying preview of the department store's luxury collections.
What do sneakers need? Socks! And that is exactly the lateral thinking that has lead to collaboration between Sweden's Happy Socks and Keds in their new dual branded footwear release. In red and blue polka-dotted cream canvas, the Keds classic Champion style sneaker is matched with some bold striped horizontal stripes in matching colour scheme. Why not let your sneakers make a statement?
According to the Telegraph in the UK, ex-Pringle artistic director Alistair Carr - who left the company in April in what was said to be a mutual decision between him and the company - has been appointed head designer of McQ, the younger diffusion line of Alexander McQueen. Speaking of McQueen, the label's mainline, Alexander McQueen, is the latest label to join the upcoming London Collections: Men showcase, set for January 7 to 9. London Collections: Men was created to display "the breadth of British fashion talent, from the world's most innovative emerging talents to global menswear brands and Savile Row tailors. Alexander McQueen is one of the most inventive British brands to emerge in the last twenty years.
We couldn't help but laugh at these tongue-in-cheek t-shirts that popped up in our Instagram feed recently. Like House of Holland before them, this company employs the t-shirt to subvert notions of luxury brands we know with an underground twist. The website sheds little light on who the company, Conflict of Interest, is exactly, noting that "they operate in secret so that you can stunt in public."