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Right when the long-awaited weekend is just around the corner, we assemble and (of course) share several news that are on our mind and keep us on our toes. So, let the weekend beginn!

This week we have some exiting news in terms of fashion and music on our mind!

7 For All Mankind: F/W22 Campaign
7 For All Mankind presents their new Fall/Winter 2022 campaign. The collection, called Urban Beauty, offers the most modern fits, enhanced by amazing details to reach a new level of comfort and attractiveness. 7 For All Mankind was founded in search of jeans that married luxury with casual. Born in Los Angeles,  Redefined the denim industry, the founders established that fabric innovation, unparalleled fit, and attention to detail, the key to a luxury garment. The clothing for Fall/Winter 2022 is all about denim and casual looks in soft autumn colors like cool blue, calm white, beige or red. The collection features a beige blazer, white dungarees, blouse in dark blue with red floral pattern, a red wool sweater or for men a blue plaid shirt or a classic jeans jacket.

BOBKOVA Runway Show SS23
BOBKOVA’s new collection speaks about freedom on a large scale. It is the freedom of identity, explored in traditional local crafts and translated into modernity. It is an emancipation from gendered conventions when the wardrobe becomes a playground for endless experimentation with its elements. It is the freedom of one’s own sensuality, when the eroticism of a semi-transparent dress is felt in the same way as that of baggy pants. The heart of the collection is the architectural minimalism that is the hallmark of BOBKOVA, inspired by Japanese cuts. Skirt and trouser suits together with oversized shirts and asymmetrical dresses in black and soft neutrals have always been the protagonists of each collection. They can be styled in a gender-neutral way. For the designer, these pieces represent an ideal of casual wear. Like the voluminous poncho dress, a comfortable and versatile but extremely elegant piece, the Dress, a jacket or a beach cover-up can be worn. This season, these key pieces are voluntarily ‘unfinished,” with open seams, visible stitches and cuts that represent the handmade in the Kiev atelier of the brand. The designer explores traditional Ukrainian crafts to propose meaningful accessories. For this collection, she explored the ancient peasant techniques of making jewelry beads by firing them in rural kilns in the Ternopil region. The beads, decorated with naive motifs, were used in handmade textile belts made of silk and cotton
and in earrings. The Cossack leather shoes are also handmade in Ukraine. BOBKOVA was founded in 2000 and is one of the most important Ukrainian fashion brands on the international stage. In 2022 BOBKOVA is expanding international contacts and exploring new markets to retain the brand’s team, support the Ukrainian economy and help its home country win.

Tekla x Farfetch Red Collection
FARFETCH BEAT launches exclusive Tekla Red collection. FARFETCH Limited, the global destination for modern luxury, announces the third release from FARFETCH BEAT, the new concept retail series that introduces exclusive product experiences to an international audience. Tekla Ronojoy Dam, global director of Farfetch and Anne Boissonnault, director of Trisha Brown Dance Company came together for this collaboration. For BEAT 003, FARFETCH has teamed up with Tekla to produce a limited number of Nightwear sets inspired by Trisha Brown’s 1971 Roof Piece. In the performance dancers scattered across the rooftops of SoHo, New York, where they performed a dance version of performed a dance version of  The Telephone Game, all dressed in flaming red. Each of the special edition nightwear sets is embroidered with a commemorative message and includes a reproduction of an poster announcing performances of Roof Piece in 1973.
In an age when so much dance is spreading online, model and actress Lily McMenamy has reinterpreted the Roof Piece for TikTok, which feels like an honest modern interpretation of the original ethos. Movement director Jaime Scott of Trisha Brown Dance Company guided Lily in reinterpreting the performance. Communication across distance is the essential essence of this dance. The piece is simple and radical at the same time – just like Tekla.


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