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Industry Insiders: March’s Latest Fashion Beauty Bulletin. Check Out The New Luxury Launches Here!

Industry insiders: March's latest fashion beauty bulletin. Check out the new luxury launches here!

Get your hands on your monthly dose of fashion, entertainment, beauty & luxury. March is the month of joy and festivities, curl up by the fire and read to your heart’s content!



The 90s Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon has inspired girls around the world for 30 years now and to honour themselves, look cute, and kick ass while doing it. Now, Creator Naoko Takeuchi has teamed up with Jimmy Choo creative director Sandra Choi to bring all of the beloved anime characters to life in a series of shoes and bags that honour their individual personalities. To celebrate the 30th anniversary, the collection brings forth – defying creativity, bold individuality and female empowerment. The magical world of Jimmy Choo X Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon collection reimagines the iconic manga series through Jimmy Choo’s signature brand of luxury and glamour. The collection introduces glossy shoes and blinged accessories that allow die hard Sailor Moon fans aiming to combine the visions of female creatives whilst celebrating the undeniable influence of Sailor Moon on pop culture and fashion.


One of the most anticipated eyewear drops of 2023, is without a doubt Gentle Monster’s latest collab with Maison Margiela. The genderless capsule includes 11 original designs of both sunglasses and optical frames, co-created by the global eyewear
brand and Maison Margiela creative director John Galliano, for the coolest vibes possible. Bringing together signature elements of both the labels, like Maison Margiela’s stitch logo and the bold, acetate designs and Gentle Monster has become
known for, the 11-piece collection. This collection harnesses the creative ethos of both the brands, offering everything from sporty, futuristic frames to classic oval sunnies in tortoiseshell, black, white, and grey. The capsule has been declared genderless, contributing to the ongoing call within the fashion industry to encourage inclusivity and fluidity across gendered categories.


French fashion house, Givenchy launches its TK-MX sneaker, inspired by the shape of the fan-favourite TK-36 style. Innovative sneaker designs with chunky sole units will be offered in multiple colour schemes. The fashion brand recently launched the all-new Givenchy TK-MX sneakers in all colourways of these shoes. Design Director, Matthew M. Williams maintains creativity and
futuristic sensibilities at the centre of his design ideas. The design, however, has distinctive qualities that enable it to stand alone as a statement. High-frequency textures, prints, rubber components, and mesh-like motifs provide additional detailing that creates a distinct tread footprint. A printed 4G logo and “bubble” accent with Givenchy lettering complete the TK-look.


La Ligne, the brand beloved for its classic striped sweaters and tops, is branching out into the denim category with La Ligne Jean, a collection of three jean styles, each named after one of the co-founders. There’s The Meredith, a high rise with a cropped flare leg; the Molly, a high rise with a straight leg; and The Valerie, and a high rise with a skinny leg. The brand usually
pairs its chic basics with jeans, and after receiving an overwhelming number of inquiries as to where these jeans were sold, La Ligne has decided to release its own jean collection.


Disney is keeping the centennial celebrations of 100 years of wonder going with a special collaboration with leather goods juggernaut Coach. This particular capsule borrows motifs from Mickey’s Garden, a 1935 cartoon featuring an adorable mini-Mickey, large mushrooms, and the infamous watering can. A smattering of products made to offer all the joy of the cartoon, brought to everyday life with the help of brand’s craftsmanship. To celebrate a century of magical entertainment and 5 decades of the happiest place on Earth, the new Coach collection features a variety of handbags, wallets, clothes, jewellery and paying homage to classic Disney with old school Mickey Mouse and Friends. The botanic-themed collection is inspired by a 1935 Disney cartoon, “Mickey’s Garden”. In shades of grass green, petal pink, marigold yellow and cream with plenty of flower

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