We’ve already given you a preview of some of H&M’s products for July, and now we bring you a more detailed look at what’s to come for July and August. This is definitely more promising than our initial look. My favourites are the jacket above, the blue shorts, and the yellow leopard-print cardigan.
More after the jump.
For their Fall/Winter campaign, Lanvin turns to such supermodels as Anja Rubik, Mariacarla Boscono and Magdalena Frackowiak to name a few. I do like the pictures, which were taken by Steven Meisel but they’d look better if the models’ make-up wouldn’t be a throwback from a Robert Palmer video.
More after the jump.
pic and info: Design Scene
Provocative ad campaigns is nothing new for Tom Ford so it comes as no surprise that his latest ads are a little NSFW. Starring both Freja Beha Erichsen and actor, Nicholas Hoult, the ads also feature some frisky crows which spice things up a little.
pic and info: Fashionising
Kanye West gives us a closer look into some dramatic jewelry, worn during the hip-hopper’s “Power” performance at last night’s 2010 BET Awards. Featured were an over-sized Horus chain and pyramid ring, each taking on an Egyptian motif. No additional information is available at the moment, but both are quite interesting nonetheless.
Adding further colorways to its increasing selection of vulcanized offerings, Nike drops this new edition of its Auto Trainer. The shoes take on a vibrant green/purple punch scheme, mixing it up with leather and suede uppers. Retailing for a reasonable $85 USD, these are now available through finer Nike retail accounts, including Wish.
Japanese streetwear brand HECTIC releases a selection of new items from its Spring/Summer 2010 line. Featured are several lookbook style images, each pairing a HECTIC item with various other popular labels in the form of a street style editorial. Look for the HECTIC drops now via the brand’s webstore, with item descriptions available here.
Here’s a complete look on the collaboration between Hello Kitty and Stussy, who are celebrating their 30th anniversary. This capsule collection represents the second instalment from the initial girls collection which dropped back in October of last year. This lineup extends to the kids and baby market and includes T-shirts and accessories, each of which will be made available from July 3 through Stussy Chapter Stores.