The launches we won't shut up about.
Who: Pheobe Tonkin and Rollas. What: An exclusive ready-to-wear collection. Where: Spotted on It-girls in the Hollywood Hills and on streets of Sydney. Available to purchase online. Why: Phoebe Tonkin is ushering in a Summer of love with her new collection with denim darling Rollas. Over a limited-edition collection of corduroy jeans, waistcoats and Liquorice Pizza approved ensembles, Phoebe and Rollas are proving that 70s fashion will never go out of style. The collection is giving Priscilla Presley energy, and we're here for it.
Who:Moët & Chandon. What: A champagne gifting service. Where: Hand delivered to your doorstep by a white-gloved champagne concierge. Available to order on the Moët & Chandon website here. Why: Become a brut bestie with Moët & Chandon's newly launched champagne gifting service. Complete with a hand-delivered personalised bottle of champagne, glassware, birthday cake and balloons, your next birthday celebration will be giving new meaning to the phrase champagne showers.
Who: Venroy What: A balmy Spring campaign. Where: On the streets of Marrakech. Available to shop online. Why: What better way to celebrate Spring than with a vibrant and high-octane campaign. The sartorial splendours of Sydney darling Venroy are laid bare in the streets of Marrakech, with effortless silhouettes and mesmerising stripes ushering in the balmy days ahead.
Who: Lila Moss and Calvin Klein. What: Lila Moss embracing #hercalvins, almost 30 years after her supermodel mother, Kate Moss. Where: Splashed across the infamous billboard on New York's Houston Street. Why: We love a deja vu moment. Almost three decades after Kate Moss made a name for herself as Calvin Klein cover girl and muse, her emerging model daughter Lila Moss is following in her footsteps by posing for Calvin Klein's new fall campaign. Now that's what we call keeping it in the family.
Who: Gucci and Stanley Kubrick What: An Oscar-worth campaign paying homage to Stanley Kubrick's most cinematic (and iconic) moments. Where: On spacecraft Discovery One, the Overlook Hotel and an 'ultra violent' dystopian London milk bar. Why: The synergy between fashion and film has long been revered, and now Gucci's creative director Alessandro Michele is continuing his sartorial admiration for Hollywood with his Gucci Exquisite campaign. The fall collection takes centre stage in an aesthetically intriguing adaption of some of Krubrick's most iconic creations. As Michele himself explains, "everything can become anything, or something else".
Who: Bottega Veneta. What: Matthieu Blazy's debut campaign for Bottega Veneta as creative director. Where: Across Europe, from San Fedele in Milan, to the Horst Festival in Belgium and the south coast of Italy. Why: Matthieu Blazy is on top of his game. His critically-acclaimed and celebrity endorsed debut collection has been making a few appearances since the launch, cropping up at the Met Gala and Vanity Fair Oscar After Party. Now, the lush leather creations is getting the campaign treatment with a series of photographs inspired by people power. Across 41 images, the intimacy and intricacy of Bottega's brand DNA is laid bare.
Who: Emma Mulholland On Holiday. What: A series of cotton jacquard towels in fresh hues. Where: Sprucing up your showers, or spotted along the shoreline. Available to purchase in store and online. Why:Shopping for towelling has never been more fun thanks to these new Spring styles from Emma Mulholland on Holiday. Once these styles are hanging proudly in your bathroom, we suggest inviting someone you like over and road test them for yourselves.
Who: Balenciaga, Kim Kardashian and Alexa Demie. What: A transeasonal and dystopian Fall campaign. Where: Under the neon lights of Tokyo's Shibuya Crossing, in the snowy streets of New York and even by the pool at a family friendly resort. Why: Balenciaga is continuing to prove why they're the hottest fashion brand in the world right now, with a futuristic and apocalyptic campaign staring Kim Kardashian and Alexa Demie. Featuring covetable collectors items like their $1000 trash bag and towel, Balenciaga's future is looking bright.