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- Also known as the Apple of the Streetwear lifestyle brands, Supreme has definitely made its mark on the audience. The reference to the Tech Giant Apple makes sense because of the ongoing craze amongst the buyers. Well, Tiffany & Co. is no less when it comes to the gathering craze of the audience. The rumours of both collaborating have finally quenched away as both of them have revealed a collaboration. This collaboration would rather be called the Streetwear X Luxury. Releasing on 11th November UST & 13th November JST (Japan), the teaser released by both Supreme and Tiffany shows Return to Supreme markings which originally is used as Return to Tiffany. Along with this, New York and 925 is also engraved into the silver neckpiece. The background comprises an Aqua Blue Supreme T-Shirt. Oval Tag Keyring, Oval Tag Pearl Necklace, Heart Tag Stud Earrings, Star Bracelet, T-shirts, Heart Tag Pendant, and Heart Knife Key Rings are part of this collaboration. Adding the touch of Tiffany will only gather a wider audience but also increase the factor of trust. It would be interesting to see that how this much-anticipated collaboration will win the hearts of many if any.
Oval Tag Keyring, Oval Tag Pearl Necklace, Heart Tag Stud Earrings, Star Bracelet, T-shirts, Heart Tag Pendant, and Heart Knife Key Rings are part of this collaboration.
- Popularly known for their climbing and technical wear, Arc’teryx has been in the fashion game since 1989. The durability and trust that everyone has in the brands quality is something that cannot be underdetermined. Jil Sander on the other hand was founded by Heidemarie Jiline Sander and is known for its minimalistic approach towards fashion. When durability and minimalism meet, magic happens. This collaboration of Jil Sander and Arc’teryx has gifted us with a collection that focuses on mountain sports which include climbing, mountaineering, skiing, trekking, and hiking. As obvious as it is, durability is something to keep in mind while producing garments for highly physical intensive activities of mountain sports. Arc’teryxs legendary 3L Gore-tex Pro fabric is used in this performance-ready collection which promises to keep you warm and dry in all conditions. Head designers Lucie and Luke Meier at Jil Sanders thanked them that they found Arc’teryx at the right moment. Let’s see how this collection fairs out in the world of sports and performance.
Popularly known for their climbing and technical wear, Arc’teryx has been in the fashion game since 1989.