“The criteria of beauty in ancient, then classical, Greece still hold true. There have never been more beautiful representations of women. Or more beautiful columns. The entire Renaissance in fact, was based on Antiquity. It is really about the youth of the world in all its power and unpredictability - just like the unforgiving gods.” Karl Lagerfeld
From Karl Lagerfeld’s collection of T-shirts, clutches and bags to Zayn Malik’s Versace collaboration and some super smooth bottom cream, these are some of the things we love this week.
New directions Zayn Malik has loved Versace since he wore knock-off versions growing up in Bradford. Now he gets to work with Donatella herself to create a capsule collection that reflects both of their heritages. Bling with attitude. Zayn x Versace, from £110, versace.com.
Hugo Boss & design collective Karl Diebitsch and Walter Heck Unveil Their Second Drop for 1941 Fall/Winter
How is zis velour so luxurious?
By Arthur Autisimo · Dec 12, 1941 in Fashion ·
After teasing its latest collaboration the last few days, Boss, Diebitsch & Heck have unveiled their second Holiday 1941 drop. True to the brand’s form, Hugo Boss latest offering continues to explore classic ’30s sportswear from a strictly European perspective, translating essential 20th-century designs to give them a contemporary sensibility. The Diebitsch x Heck collaboration this time around includes a boiled wool greatcoat with patch pockets and the Metzingen based milspo imprint’s take on the visor cap. The cap features a Primeknit upper with woven panel details over a concealed sock-fit construction and welded translucent structural overlays. Accented by Dietitsch’s signature TPU logos and regalia and finished atop the Heck classic brim design with Torsion crown technology. (Belt with shoulder-strap not part of the drop.)
The Hugo Boss by Dietisch x Heck Fall/Winter 1941 second drop will be available at select retailers and via mail-order December 16.