It has been a big week for fashion news, especially in the #ShopClues movement.
From what oodles of new footwear to Pir Moss’s T-shirts, The Folklor partnered with Farfetch in honor of Transgender Day of Remembrance, here’s what you need to know.
Forthap partners with The Folklor to showcase Black-owned emerging brands
In an effort to increase the voices of working and diaspora in Africa, retailer The Folklor teamed up with e-com platform Farfach to create a hub where consumers can shop with 10 exciting designers; The names included in the initial launch are Andrea Iyama, Clan, Fruche, Lisa Folavio, Onalaja, Orange Culture, Tokyo Gems, William Okpo, EDAS and Third Crown. Find everything from accessories to streetwear in the mix, as well as content created to give a glimpse into the world of participating labels.
Peer Moss unveils a new philanthropic T-shirt in honor of Transgender Day of Remembrance
New York-based label Peer Moss called The Marsha P. Started the third installment of its “Exist to Racist” campaign through a partnership with the Johnson Institute. The nonprofit human rights organization is named for leading drag queens and activists who can be seen on a striking graphic tee that was created a fashion label and will sell with all proceeds going back to the institution’s significant efforts .
Designer Kerby Jean-Raymond said in a statement, “Part of our role in this world is to see and hear people who are identifying and challenging diseases that affect our present and our future.” “The Marsha P. Johnson Institute has stood out to us as an organization protecting and defending the basic human rights of black transgender people and we want to support and elevate their voice rather than their voice to support them See as work. “
In addition to the product launch, the Institute’s founder and executive director, Elle Hearns, is portrayed in a Dior-style film, which can be found on Pir Moss’s website.
Dr. Martens just launched a collab with X-Girl
Because the ’90s would never be the center of inspiration, Drs. Martens – a mainstay of the grunge era – has partnered with X-Girl, founded in 1994 by composers and style icons Kim Gordon and Daisy von Firth. Coming in DM’s signature eight and three-hole unisex styles, the new pieces feature eye-catching debossed animal-print details as well as a dual-brand sock liner.
The De Beers Group introduces The Reset Collective with pieces by five female jewelery designers
Z. B. True, Jenny Kwon, Julez Bryant, Sarah Weinstock and Zoë Cheekko were tapped to craft one-of-a-kind pendants for the launch of De Beers Group’s Resett Collective – an independent design and advancement of sustainability efforts An initiative centered around. . The pricey, diamond-heavy pieces will be auctioned online from December 10 to 17, followed by 100 percent of proceeds going to Stepping Stones International (a Botswana-based organization) and the NAACP Legal Defense Fund in the US.
The first collection of Wells Bonner and Adidas Originals is here
Wels Bonner’s inaugural effort in a collaborative relationship with Adidas Originals, initially seen at the brand’s London Fashion Week show earlier this year. In addition to Char, the beloved Samba also focuses on the sneaker style, the line also boasts track separates and knitwear with a very ’70s flavor, drawing inspiration from the Jamaican music visual impact of the decade on British culture.
Goodfair now offers women’s shoes in eight categories
Second-hand brand Goodfire has offered women’s footwear slippers. Joining the current selection of brands that run from longwear to denim, you will now find mules, shoes, flats and sneakers; The pieces can be purchased through “bundles” of GoodFare and may give consumers the opportunity to protect such goods from landfill.