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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 minds and keep us on our toes.


Inspired by his indigenous background, Tremaine Emory utilises art as a way to tell stories. Suing together culture with fashion, UGGDENIM TEARS represents a personal exploration of Emory’s Black Seminole heritage. Classic iconography and craft techniques give homage to Indigenous and Black American history, tradition and art. By exploring his Black Seminole heritage, Emory found an overlap in his own family story within New Orleans and the Black Masking Culture community there (also referred to as the “Mardi Gras Indians”)- which plays a central role in his sixty-minute documentary featuring cultural icons Big Chief Demond Melancon and Chief Christian Scott aTunde Adjuah.
The capsule collection includes two different models: The UGG x Denim Tears Tasman is crafted from signature suede and sheepskin with florally adorned panels and finished with whipstitch detailing around the collar. The UGG x Denim Tears Classic ONIA adapts the brand’s icon, representing the fusion of Emory’s cultures with embroidery and beading. Crafted from UGG’s signature suede and sheepskin.


ASKET I The Denim
Denim is and forever will remain a wardrobe essential. And when brands like ASKET make it sustainable, the call must be made. Realised with 100% certified biologic cotton, ASKET presents three different styles of jeans which will have your back for any occasion. First off goes The Standard Jean, which means neither skinny, nor boyfriend nor cut or mum. Simply standard. A timeless silhouette enhancing all body shapes and curves. The Raw Denim is cut from a robust untreated Japanese Heritage denim and sown in Italy, resulting in a versatile and timeless fit. To conclude, The Washed Denim is refined through a soft wash which delivers a vintage look to any outfit.

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