The Weekly Roundup
Here's what's got us talking this week...
Palomo Spain X Puma
Puma has joined forces with Palomo Spain for their second collection, which pays homage to classic surf culture. The immersive, genderless Spring/Summer 2023 capsule is inspired by the 60’s and 70’s- an era in which surf culture emerged as the ultimate expression of freedom and adventure. The collection ranges from kaleidoscope-themed sheer mesh tops to bright graphic t-shirts.
Primark Repair Workshops and Durability Research
Fast-fashion retailer Primark is introducing workshops to educate its consumers on how to repair their clothes with a series of durability and repair initiatives to help clothes be loved and worn for longer. The launch comes as part of Primark’s commitment to give clothes a longer life as they work with sustainability campaign group Wrap (Waste and Resources Action Programme) through its Textile 2030 agreement to establish an industry-wide durability standard.
Mr Porter X Arket
Mr Porter and Arket have collaborated to launch a menswear and kidswear capsule that takes inspiration from nature. The limited-edition capsule collection comprises 120 pieces featuring coats, gilets, anoraks, jumpers, T-shirts and rugby shirts, trousers, socks and caps in nature-inspired hues. A selection of the clothing was designed by London-based gardening organisation Planet Good Earth, which aims to promote nature-based activities among families with children. The collection is available online and in ARKET’s flagship.
Supreme X Tamagotchi
Supreme is finally dropping its awaited Tamagotchi collaboration as part of its accessories line-up for the Spring/Summer 2023 season. The collaboration features three iterations of the beloved nostalgic toy, with the classic design updated in a camo with Supreme’s Box Logo printed at the top. The branding is also found on the LED screen, which displays your very own pixelated pet.
H&M X ThredUp
H&M has announced a new collaboration with ThredUp, to launch their first resale scheme in the US market called “H&M Pre-Loved”. The resale scheme will be powered by the ThredUp Resale-as-a-Service program as H&M pushes its efforts to establish circularity, offering easy access to second-hand pieces that are still in good condition. The partnership collection will be categorised into &Denim, Sport, Ladies, Divided, and Kids.
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