Just in time for spring, we’re sharing our favorite Brand New releases from brands like La Prairie, Missoni, Diptyque, Fendi, and more.
For a glowing, fresh face this season, La Prairie launched its White Caviar Illuminating Pearl Infusion and White Caviar Crème Extraordinaire. After years of research, the brand has devised a fool-proof formula for reducing red, gray, and brown discolorations and ridding an unwanted yellow hue, leaving skin radiantly luminous.
Running has never looked better than with Missoni’s new collaboration with adidas. Featuring the Italian brand’s iconic textured and colorful knits, the collection includes a selection of the adidas Ultraboost shoe (outfitted with Missoni’s “flame” knit) and men and women’s running apparel, created with Primeknit activewear technology.
Diptyque released its first-ever genderless fragrance, Eau de Minthe, based around Cascade Mint and bears noes of Patchouli, Rose Oxide, and Geranium for an uplifting, earthy scent. To coincide with its debut, the brand is hosting a pop-up in Los Angeles at The Grove during the month of May.
Following Converse and JW Anderson’s first collaboration in 2017, the pair released the new Run Star Hike shoe. The body of the shoe is a classic Chuck high top, while the sole is that of a running shoe. The design is complete with multi-tone sparkling canvas in colors like pink, red, blue, and green.
The newest installation in Fendi’s “FF” series (following FF Reloaded and FENDI MANIA), is the “Roma Amor” capsule collection. Created with the help of graffiti artist and previous collaborator, PREF, the designs feature an updated logo and graphics based on the brand’s relationship with its home city of Rome. The capsule includes pieces like leather biker jackets, plissé skirts, platform shoes, and handbags, featuring bright neon and a bold FF print.
Habitual, best known for its simplistic athletic-inspired essentials and a selection quality of denim, is sure to be a go-to brand this summer. Its new collection of womenswear includes elegant pieces like loose-cut navy and red trousers, a high-low red top blouse with a gathered detail, and a relaxed, cream-colored pant suit.
Paskho has just released a new line of sustainable luxury travel wear by Patrick Robinson, former executive of Giorgio Armani, Perry Ellis, and Gap. Made with reclaimed fabrics, the collection includes comfortable, classic styles meant to travel from the plane to the office with ease. A favorite is the lightweight, stretch, and water repellant travel pants.
If you’ve decided to visit somewhere with cooler weather this spring, you’ll need to pack a few of Fumito Ganryu‘s newest designs, perfect for layering on those chilly nights outdoors. In the Commes des Garçons designer’s second collection with his eponymous label, Ganryu’s amply cut, futuristic takes on a classic men’s wardrobe are accompanied by notes of androgyny and a sophisticated palette of black, white, and navy.