As you take a dip in the summer season, brands are meeting you with exciting new pop-ups, new lines and intriguing collaborations. June fashion news draws on the past, present and future with nuances of new beginnings, expansions and discoveries. Tiffany & Co.’s “Vision & Virtuosity” exhibition, for example, went to great lengths to honor its 185 year history with a large exhibition in London and, at the same time, hired style muse Hailey Bieber to ahead of his latest campaigns, such as that of the Tiffany T Collection, released on June 13.
Meanwhile, for those still adding to their wardrobe for the season, there are a number of sources to tap into, from Wales Bonner’s capsule collection of t-shirts with artist Kerry James Marshall to the ready-to-wear clothing line. – Loeffler Randall’s debut reporter. The lineup includes summer dresses for every day, white dresses for brides-to-be and coordinated sets that will solve your “I have nothing to wear” dilemma.
For more information on the latest June brand launches and fashion events around the world, scroll ahead. This story will be updated with more information needed throughout the month.
Hailey Bieber stars in a Tiffany & Co campaign
The T Collection campaign marks Bieber’s first advertising venture for the jeweler since his appointment as Tiffany & Co. global ambassador last October. For the Glen Luchford shoot, Bieber wears key models from the T Collection, including diamond pavé earrings and oversized pendants, perfect for stacking and stacking.
CHERSACE launches the month of pride
Megastar Cher and Donatella Versace have teamed up to celebrate this year’s Pride Month to create CHERSACE, a limited collection that supports Gender Spectrum, a charity committed to the health and well-being of young people of different genders and their communities. “Donatella and I have been dear friends for a lifetime. It felt right that our very first collaboration was about LGBTQ pride and celebrating a community that means so incredibly so much to both of us, “Cher said in a press release.” We wanted to create a fun collection in support of a good cause and we hope you enjoy it. . “
The capsule collection is available on versace.com from Tuesday 7 June.
LVMH Award: the winners
Among the eight finalists in competition for the LVMH Young Designers Award, the jury awarded 25-year-old British designer Steven Stokey Daley the winning place this month. He will receive a € 300,000 endowment and one-year mentoring from a team of LVMH experts to help grow his womenswear and menswear brand, SS Daley.
Jessica Chastain participates in Gucci’s high jewelry campaign
Gucci has chosen Oscar-winning actress and film producer Jessica Chastain for its new high jewelry campaign. To illustrate the high maximalism of the Hortus Deliciarum collection, Chastain portrays an elegant yet eclectic art and fashion collector living in the 19th century. The pieces represent the memories that her person has accumulated during her life travels.
Find out more on gucci.com starting Monday 13 June.
Wales Bonner and Kerry James Marshall launch a limited edition capsule collection
Fashion brand Wales Bonner and American artist Kerry James Marshall have launched a limited-edition capsule collection of T-shirts with all proceeds donated to Study and Struggle, a Mississippi-based organization striving to build a world beyond prisons through political education, community building, and mutual aid.
“By so elegantly centering the black figure in her work, Kerry showed me how things could be different, how beauty ideals can be challenged and how it is possible to gracefully infiltrate the canon and change it from within,” the founder of the brand, Grace Wales Bonner, said in a press release. “I felt called to emulate her approach, to see how her successful strategies to broaden the spectrum of representation in art could be applied in a fashion context.”
Shop for t-shirts on walesbonner.net.
Opening ceremony x Peter Do For Farfetch
In early June, Opening Ceremony and Peter Do presented a collaborative collection on Farfetch, which elegantly brought together two generations of Asian design. The pieces were rooted in Peter Do’s minimalist renditions of the iconic Opening Ceremony varsity jacket: two fabricated with Do’s signature “spacer” material and a third with recycled parachute material from his first show. And the release marked the launch of Farfetch Beat, a sub-platform that has been designed to showcase exclusive limited-edition collaborations and product experiences from the most progressive voices in fashion and culture. Unfortunately the collection is already sold out. However, the retailer invites you to send a DM with the word “BEAT” to be informed of future collaborations.
“Vision and virtuosity” by Tiffany & Co.
Attention, super fan of Tiffany & Co .: the next chapter of the “Vision & Virtuosity” exhibition has landed at the Saatchi Gallery in London. If you’re unfamiliar with, the exhibit is a visual chronicle of the legendary jeweler since its founding in New York City in 1837, first launched in Shanghai in 2019. Each of its seven sections in Saatchi explores separate themes that are central to the brand. Tiffany identity, heritage and creative influence. Displays include relics from Breakfast at Tiffany’slike Audrey Hepburn’s black Givenchy dress and the film’s commented screenplay, as well as the works of creative forces Jean Schlumberger and Elsa Peretti.
The exhibition opens on Friday 10 June and runs until Friday 19 August 2022. Tickets are free and can be booked through the Tiffany & Co. exhibition app, available on the iOS and Google Play app stores.
Margaret Qualley models Chanel’s Coco Beach 2022 collection
To celebrate its Coco Beach collection hitting stores on June 15, Chanel has created a video campaign with actress and brand ambassador Margaret Qualley shot along a rugged stretch of the Mediterranean coast and, oh, it’s a vibe. “For me, this collection is so much fun because it represents summer, holidays and freedom,” says Qualley. “The pieces in this collection are both extraordinarily luxurious and easy-going.”
Watch the full video on Chanel’s YouTube channel.
Self-Portrait debuts with its first ever bag
Han Chong, founder and creative director of Self-Portrait, pays homage to the 90s with his debut bag, called The Bow. It is a small leather bag with a top handle adorned with a sparkling bow. In perfect coordination with her initial inspiration, the campaign features a London colleague and era icon Naomi Campbell holding the bag in matching clothes.
“When I thought about how to throw The Bow bag, I was feeling quite nostalgic and reflecting on the past and continuing to be drawn to the 90s, an era where fashion was sweet but tough,” Chong said in a press release. “Naomi not only defines the era we are paying homage to through this project, but she represents everything the self-portrait woman represents: she is strong, independent, provocative and always authentically herself.”
Shop the bag in various sizes and colors on self-portrait.com from Tuesday 7 June.
Loeffler Randall launches ready-to-wear
Footwear and accessories brand Loeffler Randall broadens its horizons with the launch of its first complete ready-to-wear collection. The company starts with 37 pieces for the summer season. “Being able to dress our customers from head to toe in LR is such a dream for me,” the label’s co-founder and creative director Jessie Randall said in a press release. For synchronization, the line includes materials already used elsewhere in Loeffler Randall’s wider range of offerings.
Shop the collection on loefflerrandall.com from June 17th.
Alessandra Ambrosio collaborates with PatBO for a capsule collection
PatBO teamed up with supermodel Alessandra Ambrosio for a capsule collection of resort-inspired dresses, jumpsuits and two-pieces. The capsule collection in 13 looks will be launched on Thursday 23 June on patbo.com, as well as at the PatBO Greene Store in New York and at selected retailers.