Including Pandora’s new lab-grown diamonds.
Avril Lavigne and Killstar release an authentically emo collection
The pop-punk icon of our era, Avril Lavigne, has had quite the comeback this year with the release of her seventh studio album, Love Sux, as well as the 20th anniversary re-release of her debut album, Let Go. To add to those achievements, the artist has collaborated with alt label Killstar on a new capsule of ready-to-wear clothing and accessories.
“I have been wearing Killstar pieces for a couple of years so this collab felt like a no-brainer. I like Killstar’s clothing because it is punk and edgy but feminine at the same time,” Lavigne said in a release from the brand. Designed by Lavigne herself, the lineup features bubblegum pink pieces with black detailing for that extra edge.
Elisa C-Rossow’s FW 2022 collection is a minimalist’s dream
Elisa C-Rossow’s eponymous label transcends trends and eras, thanks to its evergreen ethos: monochromatic and minimalistic. Focused on the aesthetics of architectural design, black and white photography and Japan’s greatest designers, the label is offering an assortment of outerwear, dresses and warmer separates for Fall/Winter 2022. It’s the ultimate capsule wardrobe.
Silk Laundry releases Collection 3
According to most, nature is the place to find raw inspiration. For its third official collection, Silk Laundry is turning heads with a palette of rich colours and patterns taken from none other than Earth’s own beauty. Warm yet vibrant, the collection introduces new prints that turn its existing silhouettes into punchy autumn attire. The first drop of this pre-fall capsule is now available on silklaundry.ca and SSENSE.com.
Pandora introduces a collection of lab-grown diamonds
Pandora wants us to celebrate our own accomplishments, loves, passions and experiences. Cue: Diamonds by Pandora, a new collection of lab-grown diamonds that are just as rare and valuable as mined diamonds, but pave the way for a just because gift to ourselves. It’s a symbol that reminds us to cherish every milestone, big or small. Each stone is grown using 100 per cent renewable energy and crafted to perfection by skilled artisans with cut, colour and clarity top of mind. Then, each stone is hand-set in recycled gold and silver jewellery.
Bânu Magnifique reveals its newest offerings
Fashion with a purpose comes in many forms. For Canadian brand Bânu Magnifique, it’s turning artistic stories into everyday clothing while making as little environmental impact as possible. To mark its relaunch and latest collection, the brand has transformed six local artists’ work into premium quality chiffon scarves, made from 100 per cent recycled water bottles. What’s more, every purchase is accompanied by a small card displaying the original artwork and describing the artist’s story, plus, a percentage of proceeds will be sent to mental health charity Anxiety Canada.