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Right in the middle of the week, we assemble and (of course) share several news that are on our minds and keep us on our toes.

The luxury fashion house MCM is collaborating with London’s premium Grillz adornment leaders, MILK & HONEY LONDON for a limited edition capsule collection of tooth-gems celebrating artisanal craftsmanship and London’s diverse, vibrant and creative youth. The collaboration marks new product inception for both brands, with an offering that delivers exquisite tooth-embellishments. Utilizing traditional Goldsmiths’ methods and finest, specialty-sourced 18k gold, all pieces are co-designed by MCM X MILK & HONEY LONDON and are produced by MILK & HONEY LONDON studio, located in Hatton Garden. The edition connects with MCM’s 45-year-strong legacy of craftmanship, embracing the zeitgeist and progressive- luxury, showing the touching points between young and old, as well as the traditional and new definitions of luxury.


The coming winter is evoking attention with strong color splashes, sapphire blue, fresh orange open the horizon for more creativity in casual styling, even during the cold and grey part of the year. The highest comfort is provided by soft fleece, made of recycled PET. Nostalgic corduroy, made of organic cotton is reinterpreted in modern, opulent silhouettes, easy to augment and combine with the comfy puffers, true winter staples. Long or cropped, they reference the 90ies look, especially when combined with colorful knitwear and the versatile fashion connecter, vintage denim. The collection is available in stores and via Marc O’Polo webstore starting end of September.

Polaroid is presenting a new, experimental film in green hues, especially highlighting strong contrasts, making the photographs look disruptive and edgy. The film is suitable for self-printing cameras ensuring a strong result in a few seconds. The brand decided to let the artist and florist Hamish Powell convey the experience to the audience, fully reinterpreting the aesthetics of polaroid photography. His collages are strong and expressive, letting the new creative opportunities unfold fully.

A staple brand of every Scandi-inspired wardrobe, GANNI is spreading happy news about opening a flagship store in Berlin, riding the wave of Copenhagen being the ultimate spot for wearable and chic fashion inspiration. The offline expansion to Germany will be celebrated opulently, stay tuned for the date!


The Berlin-based Georgian artist Creams is exciting her fans with a new single “Gemstones”, the first work after her highly anticipated “Sleep on me” EP release in 2021. Celebrated for deep, paradoxical lyrics and an authentic, rough voice, the singer and producer pops up on many “artist to watch” lists with her DIY drive to self-expression. Combining fashion, culture, and musical talent, she becomes an urban pop-culture mystery, inspiring the audience to explore and feel.

The Korean brand Recto is introducing its new SS22 collection. The name of the label stands for the right-hand page of the book while when translated from French it means the front of a sheet of paper. They decided to commemorate the beginning of their story and to explore the ambiguity and neutrality of the blank piece of paper. Recto’s identity is shown throughout all of its collections with designs made of flowy materials accompanied by bright accessories. The apparel is designed for withstanding summer heat in great style: white linen shirts and jacquard knit tops, bright red necklaces, and emerald green stripe costumes build an exciting narrative. Minimalism with sleek fine lines and a pop of color.


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