For the past two years, American Vogue has tapped into the experience economy by holding conferences in New York City. As one should expect from the Condé Nast title, its entry into the world of consumer-facing events has featured some of the industry’s most influential creatives, from Demna Gvasalia to Pierpaolo Piccioli to Rihanna. Now in its third year, the conference will take place over two days on Oct. 10 and 11 and include experiential sessions and discussions with a new batch of compelling fashion figures.
This week, Nike unveiled its latest, and possibly greatest advancement in running technology; Joyride cushioning. Much like Air, Free, Lunarlon, and React that came before it, Joyride is set to be an important innovation on which Nike will continue to build over time. Developed as an all-purpose running technology, Joyride is projected to make all types of runners better.
Taking a few steps away from the craziness and bubble that is Fashion Week, the Double Rainbouu boys decided to present their Resort ’20 collection in the tranquil Chinese Gardens of Friendship in Sydney this week as the sun was setting on a Wednesday afternoon. Click through to read our thoughts on their new collection, ‘United Colours of Double Rainbouu.’
A regular on the runways of Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Australia since 2008 and known for her feminine tailoring and unique prints, Croatian-Australian designer Karla Špetic played to the Resort theme this year and added swimwear to her new collection along with designs incorporating sheer, rope detailing, sexy cut-outs and the silhouette of a woman’s profile, altogether bringing a sense of seduction and confidence to the woman wearing her designs. Click through for more of our thoughts on her latest collection.