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Latest Fashion News to Watch in March


Jennifer Lopez launches exclusive footwear collection for DSW

Jennifer Lopez — the multi-talented artist, actor, dancer, and entrepreneur — has launched a footwear line. According to an announcement from the brand, the Camuto Group-owned label JLO Jennifer Lopez will be available at footwear retailer Designer Shoe Warehouse (DSW).


JLO Jennifer Lopez launches with 37-piece collection — which is ranges from 59 USD to 189 USD — comprising of stiletto heels, sandals, boots, sneakers, and more.


“Since the beginning of my career, I’ve wanted to do it all — music, movies, and fashion. There are so many facets to my career, and that’s what I wanted to bring to my collection with DSW,” Lopez shared in a statement. “This collection represents three cities that have become such an important part of who I am: New York, Los Angeles, and Miami. We’re bringing the downtown street style that represents New York, some old Hollywood glamour, and a vibrancy that’s representative of Miami.”


Monsoon launches sustainable collection

Monsoon has launched an eight-piece collection made from sustainable fabrics.


The collection comprises a mix of floral dresses, trousers, blouses and light jackets, and has been influenced by India, using traditional artisan techniques from the country and deriving its name from the Indian Ashoka tree.


Materials used in the collection include organic cotton and Lenzing Ecovero which have been printed using traditional artisanal techniques such as wood blocking, where a wood carving is dipped in colour and hand printed; hand screen printing, where colour is poured into a stencil screen and applied using squeegees; and batik, where wax is used to create patterns.


Post Malone launches sunglasses collection with Arnette

Post Malone ­— the American rapper known for hit songs including “rockstar” and “Circles” — has become widely recognized for his signature tattoos. Now, his tattoos are available for everyone. In an announcement from the Luxottica-owned eyewear label Arnette, the artist launched a collection of laser-polished sunglasses with the brand featuring laser-polished “tattoos” on the lenses.


The Post Malone x Arnette Tattoo collection includes was designed to be gender-fluid, with futuristic flat lenses and silhouettes inspired by the ‘90s. Each pair has “Inspired by Post Malone” engraved on the temple.


At The North Face, innovation and conservation go hand in hand

Whether you’re high atop the Mont Blanc in search of breathtaking views or swooshing down an inbound terrain at Jackson Hole, we expect our outerwear to perform with serious insulation, no matter what altitude situation we are in.


As any high-performance athlete, backpacker, trail runner our outdoor enthusiast will tell you, there is no such thing as bad weather, only the wrong clothes. This is why The North Face, a purveyor of high-performance apparel and equipment, has made every corner of the world accessible with its innovative brand of technical garments.


The San Francisco-founded company’s latest innovation is FUTURELIGHT™, a unique sustainable, waterproof and breathable fabric developed using cutting-edge nanospinning technology, the result of three years of extensive research, lab and field testing.


Rick Owens and Champion launch capsule collection

Rick Owens, fashion’s master of the subversive, has teamed up with sportswear giant Champion for a monochromatic sporty capsule collection.


Available in stores and online this week, the range features togas, loincloths and robes, but also shorts, hoodies, bodysuits and trench coats.


“I remember my older, cooler cousins wearing Champion sweatshirts and shorts in the seventies, cementing that logo in my brain,” Owens told Dazed Digital. “When I started my label in the nineties, I hand drew my logo as a cross between the Champion logo and a Jean Patou perfume label… They both had a similar vintage calligraphic flair… I wasn’t conscious of it then, but I see now how that balance has defined my ongoing aesthetic.”


Owens revealed Champion has a factory in Italy close to his own: “This allows us to produce a fully made in Italy collection in the same region under increasingly environmentally responsible conditions.”


Cos announces new capsule dedicated to white T-shirts

Cos has launched a new capsule focused solely on white T-shirts. Called the White T-shirt Project, the collection revisits the wardrobe staple with effortlessly unique styles made entirely from organic cotton.


The London-based fashion brand explores the elements that comprise a perfect T-shirt, from kinetic garment construction to distorted fits. Its seven-piece capsule includes four women's styles and three for men, each focused on quality, craftsmanship and longevity.


Women's styles include a shaped T-shirt made from one unique cut with no shoulder seam for a lightweight flow effect, a twisted T-shirt with incorporates different sleeve constructions for a distorted shape, a relaxed T-shirt with a traditional cut and sew technique and a regular-fit T-shirt designed to be the iconic essential t-shirt.


The menswear styles include a twin pocket T-shirt with a regular fit and integrated patch pockets, a loose-fit T-shirt with an oversized fit in soft jersey fabric and a voluminous T-shirt with a round neck and back panels.


The White T-Shirt Project will be available online and in Cos stores starting March 18.


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