Reform Approaches NYFW in a Sustainable Way + More Fashion News

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Including the opening of Mejuri’s second store in Toronto.

Reform addresses sustainability at NYFW

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This year, Reformation’s presence at New York Fashion Week will be invisible, like a show that never happened. But it happened, and it was digital, minimizing the brand’s environmental impact and entirely avoiding the waste that would have been created by an IRL show. For the “no show show” collection, Reformation presents real clothes in a fake show.

By ditching her signature summer dresses and filling the “runway” with both fashionable and comfortable fall accessories, treat yourself to collegiate collars, brown blazers and vests, romantic silks and comfortable knits. And using a list of new sustainable materials suitable for cold weather – think cashmere and wool – and complementing looks with second-hand accessories from The real realthe brand shows us that the best outfits are enhanced with thoughtful touches.

Mejuri opens its first mall at Toronto’s Yorkdale Mall

Mejuri showcase Toronto Yorkdale
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Rejoice because Mejuri added a second point of sale to its home market in Toronto. Opening a boutique in Yorkdale Mall, the store’s interior is designed around simplicity, geometry and boldness, and invokes intimacy through its accessible displays where you can touch and smell each item.

“Toronto represents the start of Mejuri; it’s our home base,” co-founder Noura Sakkijha said in a statement. “Many of our very first Toronto customers are still shopping and interacting with us six years later. Even as we expand globally, the relationships we have with our community here especially allow us to continue to offer new stores and parts.

Los Angeles-based brand Nahmias makes an appearance at Holt Renfrew

It’s not often that a brand manages to combine high-end fashion with a casual vibe. Emerging brand of luxury men’s clothing nahmias does exactly that. Led by self-taught designer Doni Nahmias, his signature aesthetic fuses the best neighborhoods of his hometown, Summerland, California: surf, skate, basketball and hip-hop. Now comes to Toronto (Bloor Street) for a limited-edition Holt Renfrew pop-up, the Miracle Worker Fall/Winter 2022 collection, which is limited to 77 hand-numbered pieces and designed exclusively for this collaboration.

Michael Kors presents its latest must-have handbag

The energy of New York City is the inspiration behind Michael Kors’ latest handbag, the Parker. Available in a number of different sizes and styles, this handbag evokes the assertive glamor etched in the brand’s history, while being understated enough to pair with casual attire. Dare we say, take it day to night.

Parachute partners with Mate the Label for salon-worthy apparel

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This fall, being a homebody is going to be easy. Almost too easy. homeware brand Parachute and based in LA Mate label have joined forces to create a limited edition loungewear collection. Three moody hues paint the pieces as neutral and relaxed, and the organic cotton material makes the sets soft to the touch. Shop the collab on both brands’ websites.

BonLook collaborates with Canadian tennis star Leylah Fernandez

Leylah Fernandez posing in her BonLook campaign
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Canadian tennis star Leylah Fernandez has teamed up with Montreal eyewear brand BonLook on two different spec styles, in a variety of different colors. Their related designs for the collection reflect the aesthetic of the 20-year-old athlete and signify her promising journey as a successful tennis player.

“My personal goal with designing this collection is to reflect my fashion sense and the love I have for design on and off the court,” Fernandez said in a brand statement. Choosing to name the styles after two Grand Slam competitions she has fond memories of, Midtown and Élysée, Fernandez absolutely nailed it.


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