Puma is joining forces with a fashion giant for its latest collab: Karl Lagerfeld.
The Chanel and Fendi creative director, 84, teamed up with the brand to create a 13-piece basics capsule collection in honor of the 50th anniversary of Puma’s original Suede sneaker. Launching Oct. 19 and featuring pieces for both men and women, the pieces range from a cropped tee and jumpsuit to sweatpants and hoodies.
Lagerfeld also created two unisex Suede sneakers for the collection, inspired by his own personal style aesthetic.
In other exciting fashion news, NYDJ partnered with five inspiring women — model Maye Musk, 70, TV personality Catt Sadler, 44, model Denise Bidot, 32, actress June Diane Raphael, 38, and model Gelila Bekele, 32 — all from different backgrounds, shapes and sizes to celebrate the brand’s 15 years of inclusion.
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“For this campaign, we are thrilled to partner with five incredible women: mothers who represent our brand’s mission in their life and work – paving new paths, opening doors, bending barriers and shattering ceilings,” NYDJ President and CEO Lisa Collier said in a release. “We’ve been changing the denim industry for 15 years, and we’re so excited to have Maye, Catt, Denise, June and Gelila – women who are continuing to change the world – in our campaign.”
DKNY also just launched an exciting new campaign which celebrates individuality and diversity in N.Y.C .
Featuring models Soo Joo Park, Alanna Arrington and more, the 100% DKNY campaign breaks down each subject’s unique “DNA” as they navigate the city in unique portraits.
Lawrence stars in the campaign film for the scent (available now at Sephora), which features the actress swimming in a pool in a gorgeous gown, sunbathing and taking a seductive bite out of a peach.
Calvin Klein tapped actresses Saoirse Ronan, 24, and Lupita Nyong’o, 35, to star in the worldwide campaign for the brand’s first fragrance developed under new Chief Creative Officer Raf Simons, Calvin Klein Woman.
The woody floral fragrance includes notes of fresh eucalyptus acorns, orange flower petals and Alaskan cedarwood for a feminine, fresh and sensual aroma.
In the brand’s first short film to promote the fragrance, director Sam Mendes captures different moments in a woman’s life that reflect Louis Vuitton’s values.
Chairman and CEO Michael Burke said in a release, “I am proud to unveil our first fragrance short film starring the incredibly talented Emma Stone. This marks another milestone to the success of our fragrance collection.”