Courtesy of Wandler
We are finally entering the swing of spring and, luckily, fashion is right there with us, ready to blossom. From Wandler’s new collaboration with Germans Ermičs to Etam’s US debut, we’ve got the scoop on this month’s best and boldest news, collaborations and fashion releases. Watch this space for more information as the month continues.
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Wandler launches the Artist in Residence series with the Germans Ermičs
What: First Artist in Residence collaboration with the Germans Ermičs
Where is it: Available exclusively online at wandler.com
How come: Elza Wandler, the creative director behind cult accessories brand Wandler, is an avid art and design enthusiast, a trait that is exhibited in her sculptural bags and footwear. So she’s not surprised that Wandler is launching her own Artists in Residence program for artists to inject their unique point of view into Wandler’s beloved accessories. For the first true collaboration in the series, Wandler reached out to the German artist Ermičs, born in Lavtian and based in Amsterdam, known for his innovative interpretations of play of color and space, and for his use of extraordinary color permutations. on glass objects. Ermičs’ signature Blue Collection was the starting point for the series of bags, spray-painted in an elegant blue shade. The result? Wearable art that combines utility and style.
Etam debuts in the United States
What: The US debut of Etam
Where is it: Available for purchase at 10 Nordstrom locations across the United States (NYC, Seattle, Chicago, Miami, Dallas, San Francisco, San Diego, San Jose, Washington DC and Phoenix) and online at nordstrom.com and us.etam.com
How come: A new brand is landing in the United States, offering the French tradition of savoir-faire corsetry for all fashion-loving Francophiles. For the background, Etam, founded in Paris in 1916, is the only lingerie brand to participate in Paris Fashion Week and its most recent collection includes a highly coveted genderless capsule. The company prides itself on being a sustainable option for delicate, low-key lingerie. In fact, half of Etam’s styles are made using recycled or organic fibers, and it uses technical methods like plant dyeing and making flax lace from flax to reduce damage to the environment. Suffice it to say that Etam lingerie gives your everyday undergarments what is missing – that’s for sure. I do not know what.
Goldie introduces Goldie Organic
What: New line of T-shirts from sustainable sources
Where is it: Available online at goldietees.com and amazon.com
How come: Goldie, a supplier of sustainable, high-quality basics, changed the T-shirt game on its own in 2016 when it was silently launched with a curated collection of its perfect interpretation of the bow. To further enhance its first (hugely successful) design attempt, it is now launching Goldie Organic, a new collection with six new styles certified by the Global Organic Textile Standard, meaning both materials and supply chain are environmentally friendly. ‘environment. In addition, the manufacturing process prioritizes fair working conditions and pay in the northern Amazon and mountains of Lima, Peru. These lightweight, super soft t-shirts complement any casual look and serve as a testament to Goldie’s mission to protect each other and the planet.
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