Prada and Adidas Reimagine Recyclable Luxury + More Fashion News

Adidas gets the Re-Nylon treatment What do you get when you combine the inimitable Italian craftsmanship of Prada with the unparalleled sportswear excellence of Adidas? A collaboration that is strong enough to endure three cycles of drops. This time

Adidas gets the Re-Nylon treatment

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What do you get when you combine the inimitable Italian craftsmanship of Prada with the unparalleled sportswear excellence of Adidas? A collaboration that is strong enough to endure three cycles of drops. This time welcoming a selection of apparel, accessories and bags, as well as elevated takes on the Adidas Forum High and Low sneaker silhouettes, the wares are composed of Prada’s signature, infinitely recyclable Re-Nylon fabric. Snap up these Adidas x Prada pieces exclusively on the CONFIRMED App.

Canada Goose launches a capsule of recycled outerwear

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After receiving its Responsible Down Standard (RDS) certification in November, Canada Goose is a force to be reckoned with on the road to sustainability and adapting to change. In its new ‘Humanature’ capsule, the brand is introducing four overcoats and puffers for men and women made from Recycled Feather-Light Ripstop, the recycled version of the brand’s proprietary fabric. Now that’s how you toe the line between looking after the earth and loving luxury.

TomboyX joins the activewear community

 

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The underwear brand that set out to design for bodies and not gender is making a splash in the fitness world. TomboyX has just launched activewear made specifically for those who have nothing to prove. Capped at $80, the assortment of leggings, shorts, bras and more are available in sizes XS to 6XL.

Hunter celebrates the Lunar New Year

Hunter Boots year of the Tiger
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For the first time ever, Hunter Boots is releasing a collection in honour of the Chinese Lunar New Year. The brand’s world-renowned footwear and backpacks have been reimagined with an array of motifs nodding to the Year of the Tiger, which easily sparks feelings of celebration, joy, togetherness and a bright future. The full collection will be available January 19 on hunterboots.com.

Knix launches new activewear

Knix Activewear
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In seamless timing with the new goals you may have set for yourself, beloved intimates brand Knix is providing a line of sleek activewear. Punchy colours that are new to the label — like peppermint, pink sorbet and dark cherry — will undoubtedly motivate you to move your body. And if the gym isn’t your thing, the clothing doubles as the perfect base layer for added warmth this time of year.

Smash + Tess drop a gender-inclusive romper

Smash + Tess Coach Carey
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Slow fashion brand Smash + Tess has teamed up with Toronto-native Raia “Coach” Carey, motivational speaker and life coach, to release a gender-neutral romper. The One for All Romper features a ​​functional front pocket and a cozy zip-up hoodie, and emphasizes that clothing should be accessible to all ages, body types and styles.

Hudson’s Bay will soon offer Jori Papa shoes

Jori Papa comes to Hudson's Bay
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There’s a modern yet elegant shoe brand coming to Canadian e-commerce. Hailing from London, Jori Papa has announced that in March, its full collection along with two new mule styles will be welcomed into Hudson’s Bay’s online assortment of luxury goods. Stay tuned for the official arrival of the architecturally-influenced footwear.

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