24 Sèvres Teams with Louis Vuitton on Exclusive Capsule

LONDON — 24 Sèvres is continuing its commitment to offer exclusive product from LVMH-owned labels that don’t have wide e-commerce presence.
After teaming with Céline on an exclusive range, the retailer’s next project includes the release of an exclusive capsule with Louis Vuitton.
Five of the most buzzy products from the label’s fall 2018 collection have been reissued for the capsule, including a black logo dress, the popular “Vanity” structured tote bag in taupe, the “Party” aviator sunglasses in blue-tinged frames and the famous Archlight sneakers recreated in a blue, yellow and white color palette.
“As the exclusive retailer for Louis Vuitton, 24 Sèvres has been a partner of the Maison since day one. This collaboration was a natural next step,” said a company representative, pointing to the retailer’s commitment to offering unique pieces that can’t be found anywhere else.
“This has informed the regular capsules and collaborations released since the launch in June 2017. Exclusive product is at the center of our product strategy.”
The retailer added that more capsules are in the works and it’s looking to engage a mix of luxury and contemporary labels that reflect the “mix and match Parisian lifestyle” and the way its brick-and-mortar counterpart, Le Bon Marché is

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Off-White, TheDoubleF Launch Capsule Collection

Off-White has teamed with Italian online retailer TheDoubleF to launch a capsule collection, which will be on sale on the e-commerce site from Wednesday.
Called TheDouble-OFF, the capsule consists of seven unisex pieces including a jacket, a hoodie, a sweatshirt, a T-shirt, a pair of jeans, as well as a hat and a belt, featuring details in the e-tailer’s signature teal green color.
“I started from the ‘TheDoubleF’ visual DNA to create a collection with a special crafted identity that relates to the Off-White core image,” said Off-White creative director and chief executive officer Virgil Abloh.
“We believe in synergies, a critical element to differentiate ourselves in a highly competitive market. So, who better than Virgil Abloh could inaugurate our series of exclusive collaborations?” TheDoubleF ceo Francesco Galli said, referring to the series of exclusive collaborations with high-end designers and brands to be developed in coming months.  “Off-White and TheDoubleF are two emerging brands with a disruptive DNA — the result is an explosive capsule collection.”
To promote the TheDouble-OFF capsule, TheDoubleF has tapped Milan-based photographer Piotr Niepsuj, who explored the theme of duality by working with two models and mirrors.
The capsule retails from 190 euros for the T-shirt to 1,400 euros for the jacket.
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Glenn Martens Celebrates Diesel With Red Tag Capsule

MILAN — Renzo Rosso is banking on hot young designer Glenn Martens to conceive an equally sizzling capsule collection for the Diesel Red Tag label.
“Glenn comes from Belgian training, so he has this practical-yet-surreal, Margiela-like sense,” said Rosso, whose group OTB also controls Maison Margiela, Marni, Paula Cademartori, Viktor & Rolf, Staff International and Brave Kid, in addition to Diesel. “But then he’s young and modern, and knows how to appeal to a global, educated consumer, while simultaneously being able to experiment with denim.”
Rosso may be an innovative and unconventional entrepreneur, who breaks with tradition, but he also comes prepared. “He’s been following me for three years, I’ve been told, and watching what I have been doing,” Martens said during an interview ahead of the presentation in Milan, scheduled on June 16. The Belgian designer, who is creative director of the Paris-based Y/Project label, which scooped up the 2017 ANDAM Grand Prize, made fashion fame with his deconstructed denim that can be ruched or folded back to create a wider effect.
“This is a new and fun way to celebrate Diesel, this amazing brand and its 40th anniversary,” Martens said of the Red Tag concept of capsules in collaboration with a series of edgy designers. The

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For Restless Sleepers Celebrates Belmond Hotel Cipriani With Capsule

Francesca Ruffini, the founder and creative director of For Restless Sleepers, has designed a capsule collection to fete the 60th anniversary of Venice’s prestigious Belmond Hotel Cipriani, located on the Giudecca island.
For the collection, Ruffini, a loyal guest of the hotel, was inspired by a specific type of rose, called Mocenigo, which is also used by fragrance label The Merchant of Venice for the scent diffused throughout the hotel.

The robe from the collection. 
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In keeping with the inspiration, Ruffini developed a rose pattern, which she splashed on three exclusive styles, all crafted from silk satin. They include a two-piece pajama set, a robe and a pair of shorts. The collection will be sold exclusively at the hotel’s boutique.
Belmond is a luxury hotel franchising firm founded almost 40 years ago with the acquisition of Belmond Hotel Cipriani in Venice. The group now has 49 hotels in exclusive locations, such as St. Petersburg, Santa Barbara, Rio de Janeiro and London.

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Diego Dolcini to Unveil Crystal-Heeled Baccarat Shoe Capsule

CRYSTAL VISIONS: Crystal slippers are no longer limited to fairy tales. Celebrating 25 years of heels, Diego Dolcini has collaborated with Baccarat on a limited edition capsule of 15 footwear designs sporting crystal heels — a “first in the history of shoemaking,” according to the footwear designer.
Dubbed Cristal Couture, the capsule is also declined in signature Baccarat colors: ruby, amber, amethyst and black.
Dolcini named a ruby satin sandal with a torsade-shaped crystal heel echoing Baccarat’s Zenith chandelier after French singer Lou Doillon, dedicating the collection to “iconic French women of today and of the future.” (Think Brigitte Bardot, Catherine Deneuve and Mélanie Laurent, “to name but a few.”)
Hailing a “new chapter” for Baccarat, Daniela Riccardi, chief executive officer of the crystal house, in a statement said the team has been mulling “the idea of bringing Baccarat into the world of couture, catwalks and fashion shows” for some time.
The house will present a retrospective of Dolcini’s footwear oeuvre in the Salle de Bal at the Baccarat HQ on Place des États-Unis during Paris Couture Week, with a cocktail scheduled for July 1.
The Italian designer has headed the footwear departments of brands including Gucci, under former creative director Tom Ford; Pucci; Dolce

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Glenn Martens Celebrates Diesel With Red Tag Capsule

MILAN — Renzo Rosso is banking on hot young designer Glenn Martens to conceive an equally sizzling capsule collection for the Diesel Red Tag label.
“Glenn comes from Belgian training, so he has this practical-yet-surreal, Margiela-like sense,” said Rosso, whose group OTB also controls Maison Margiela, Marni, Paula Cademartori, Viktor & Rolf, Staff International and Brave Kid, in addition to Diesel. “But then he’s young and modern, and knows how to appeal to a global, educated consumer, while simultaneously being able to experiment with denim.”
Rosso may be an innovative and unconventional entrepreneur, who breaks with tradition, but he also comes prepared. “He’s been following me for three years, I’ve been told, and watching what I have been doing,” Martens said during an interview ahead of the presentation in Milan, scheduled on June 16. The Belgian designer, who is creative director of the Paris-based Y/Project label, which scooped up the 2017 ANDAM Grand Prize, made fashion fame with his deconstructed denim that can be ruched or folded back to create a wider effect.
“This is a new and fun way to celebrate Diesel, this amazing brand and its 40th anniversary,” Martens said of the Red Tag concept of capsules in collaboration with a series of edgy designers. The

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The Ken Scott Brand Makes a Comeback With Resort Capsule

MILAN — Ken Scott’s joyful and creative aesthetic is making a comeback.
The Ken Scott Foundation established in 1989 by the Indiana-born designer, who died in 1991 and became popular in the Sixties and Seventies with his colorful prints, has teamed with Milan-based Daniele Ghiselli Showroom to unveil a women’s resort 2019 capsule collection.
In particular, a design team of young fashion talents went through the designer’s archives in Milan to find the prints, which they used to pepper a range of contemporary designs infused with urban, street influences.
“The Ken Scott Foundation’s archives, which are completely catalogued and digitized, count 6,000 different prints and about one-third of them are unseen,” said Ghiselli, founder and chief executive officer of the namesake showroom. “He is identified and recognized for his floral patterns, but he actually developed so many themes, including sports, boats, bicycles, cars and food, just to cite a few. His prints look so modern and I think this is just the perfect moment, considering the current trends, to bring them back.”

A look from Ken Scott resort 2019 collection. 
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The capsule, which includes about 60 ready-to-wear pieces, as well as 30 footwear styles and 30 bags, will retail from 120 euros for sweatshirts to 250

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EXCLUSIVE: Faith Connexion Taps Swizz Beatz for Capsule Collection

THE BEAT GOES ON: Faith Connexion and Swizz Beatz are making things official.
The rapper, DJ and producer, who has long been a fan of the collaborative label, has designed a capsule collection of 11 pieces that will be shown at the brand’s spring 2019 presentation in Paris on June 21, and hit stores this fall.
The items, which include hoodies, T-shirts, tracksuits and leather jackets, feature art by Nina Chanel Abney. Swizz Beatz collects works by the African-American artist, who explores race, gender, pop culture and politics in her brightly colored paintings, watercolors and collages.
“I love being partners with Faith because it’s the brand of freedom and the future. It’s also an honor to be working with the amazing Nina Chanel, who is a true artist in every form,” he said in a statement.
Faith Connexion president Maria Buccellati noted the tie-up was part of a long tradition of bringing together “creative souls” at the label, which has previously worked with influencer Sita Abellan, street artists Vincent Dacquin and Pisco Logik, and brands including Disney, Kappa and K-Way, among others.

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Toiletpaper’s Maurizio Cattelan and Pierpaolo Ferrari Partner with Maison Kitsuné for Capsule Collection

COMPLETELY SURREAL: Toiletpaper’s cofounders Maurizio Cattelan and photographer Pierpaolo Ferrari have extended their surrealistic influence through a new collaboration with Maison Kitsuné.
Meant to challenge the limits of fashion as art, Toiletpaper’s bright and racy images have been splashed onto T-shirts, sweatshirts, caps, iPhone cases and tote bags. Available as of Saturday in Maison Kitsuné’s New York store, the 15-piece collection is a second act, The first directional capsule collection between both parties debuted in Tokyo. An image of a fluffy white cat surrounded by white mice has been stamped on a smartphone case, and a close-up of a tongue covered with red, white and blue toothpaste decorates a tote bag. Retail prices range from $ 45 to $ 630 for the new genderless designs.
As the evocative name of their magazine suggests, Cattelan and Ferrari are known for pushing boundaries through their artistic and commercial enterprises. Their black humor is evident in Toiletpaper’s collection of plates, mugs, tablecloths, teapots, soaps, umbrellas and other items for the Italian design company Seletti. A plunger, for example, is among the unexpected imagery they have used for that collaboration. Ferrari has shot a few seasonal campaigns for Maison Kitsuné in the past. Earlier this year the design duo

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Frescobol Carioca, Paulo Mariotti Cook Up a Summer Capsule

THE RIO LIFE: Frescobol Carioca, the luxury swimwear brand inspired by the vibrance of Rio de Janeiro, is launching a summer 2018 capsule collection with help from the Brazilian illustrator and journalist Paulo Mariotti.
“It was a perfect match,” Mariotti said during the launch of the collection in London on Wednesday. “I presented a series of drawings I did over the years, about Rio and Brazil, drawings I did for myself. Eventually, the designer at Frescobol Carioca approached me, showed me the Carioca Post, and said that we needed to do something together.”
Launching later this month, the capsule collection will feature two styles each of the Frescobol Carioca tailored and sports swim shorts, each printed with either scenes of beach life or sky-scraping architecture. Two printed T-shirts that feature illustrations of the Ipanema and Arpoador beaches also form part of this capsule.
“I did these scenes specially because it’s a brand that’s related to the sea, surfers, the beach and these are images that are very iconic,” Mariotti added.
The use of tonal blues and whites link to Rio’s mosaic works, a major point of inspiration that the brand and the illustrator shared while working on the collection, and as a result the prints reflect

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Blumarine Collaborates With Salvatore Piccione on Capsule Collection

MILAN — Blumarine has teamed with Italian emerging designer Salvatore Piccione to launch a women’s capsule collection, hitting stores in November.
Called “We Are in Love With Salvatore Piccione,” the capsule, which in keeping with Blumarine’s offering is positioned in the luxury segment of the market, combines the brand’s signature romantic and feminine approach with Piccione’s attention to vibrant prints and colors.
“We have had Salvatore Piccione on our radar for quite a long time since we think that his aesthetic and taste are very close to the most authentic DNA of the Blumarine brand and to the fashion sensibility of our founder and creative director Anna Molinari,” said Gianguido Tarabini, chief executive officer of Blufin, the group operating the Blumarine and Blugirl brands. “We gave him carte blanche, we are very happy with the final result and we really hope to continue this collaboration for many seasons.”
The capsule, which will be unveiled to buyers on May 24 before the presentation of the new Blumarine resort 2019 lineup in Milan, includes a range of dresses, rompers and separates embellished with feminine prints, delicate bows and fur accents.

A look from the “We Are in Love With Salvatore Piccione” capsule collection. 
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Louis Vuitton Brings Time Capsule Exhibit to Los Angeles

As a coastal gateway to both East and West, Los Angeles often a brand’s first entry point in North America. To that end, Louis Vuitton is making L.A. the first U.S. stop for its traveling “Time Capsule” exhibit. The six-part mini-museum will debut with a private party on May 17 at Westfield Century City, where it will be open to the public from May 18 to June 10, with free daily admission Monday to Thursday from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m., Friday to Saturday until 10 p.m. and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
“With the ‘Time Capsule’ exhibition, we wanted to tell our history in a different way. We all know the Louis Vuitton trunks, we know about the 19th century, we know about travel, but what we do not know is how modern Louis Vuitton is. If our house is today a leader in the world of luxury, it is thanks to this modernity,” said Louis Vuitton’s chairman and chief executive officer Michael Burke.
The visual journey through the history of the house revisits its innovations in technology and design, traveling from the brand’s beginnings in 1854 to the present day using rare or celebrated objects from the Louis

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Terez Collaborates With Disney, Lucasfilm on ‘Star Wars’ Capsule

AN INTERGALACTIC TALE:  Terez is joining forces with Disney and Lucasfilm on a collaboration for “Solo: A Star Wars Story.”
The movie, which comes out May 25, is about a series of daring escapades where young Han Solo meets his future copilot Chewbacca and encounters the notorious gambler Lando Calrissian. The film is directed by Ron Howard, and the screenplay is written by Jonathan and Lawrence Kasdan.
The collection features five intergalactic styles for women combining “Star Wars” characters with signature Terez glitter, crystals, emojis and rainbows. In addition, the collection will include six kids/girls’ styles. Women’s sizing is extra small to large, while kids’ sizing is 4-6x and girls sizing is 7/8 to 16.
The collection will be available on terez.com/pages/star-wars and shopdisney.com,  starting Friday.
The women’s looks include comic strip tall band leggings ($ 82), sketch tall band leggings ($ 82), heathered Darth Vader tall band leggings ($ 82), silver foil tall band leggings ($ 96), and silver foil racer-back tank ($ 60). The kids/girls’ line includes doodle leggings ($ 48/$ 52), galaxy leggings ($ 48/$ 52), rainbow foil leggings ($ 62), doodle shorts ($ 51), galaxy shorts ($ 51) and the silver foil tank ($ 39).
Terez, the ath-leisure brand founded by Amanda Schabes and Zara Terez Tisch, manufactures its collections in New York City.
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Sarah Jessica Parker Just Launched A Gorgeous Bridal Capsule Collection

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Hennessy Taps Jean-Raymond for First Apparel Capsule

NEW YORK — Kerby Jean-Raymond bristles when it’s suggested that he’s a streetwear designer.
But there’s no denying the founder of Pyer Moss is popular with the trendsetting Millennials who define the movement. His first sneaker for Reebok, which dropped earlier this month, sold out within minutes and is being offered on resale sites for more than $ 500.
Now Jean-Raymond has designed a capsule collection for cognac brand Hennessy’s Wild Rabbit “Never stop. Never settle.” project.
The designer was commissioned to create a line inspired by Marshall “Major” Taylor, an African-American track cyclist who won the sprint event at the 1899 ICA Track Cycling World Championships in Montreal and went on to compile a storied career in the sport. However, Taylor, who died in 1932 and was once esteemed as the fastest man on two wheels, is largely unknown today.
But with the help of Hennessy, ESPN and Jean-Raymond, that’s about to change.
On Thursday night, the brands will unveil the MMT 140 x Pyer Moss for Hennessy Capsule Collection, a mash-up of vintage cycling gear and streetwear staples, as part of an event that will celebrate the athlete. The program will include an ESPN-produced documentary, a voiceover performed by Nas, and a monument called

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Tommy Hilfiger, Lewis Hamilton Team for Capsule Collection

Lewis Hamilton, British Formula One racing driver and four-time Formula One World Champion, is gearing up to introduce a men’s capsule collection in collaboration with Tommy Hilfiger. They will introduce the first Tommy x Lewis collection for fall retailing.
The news comes a month after Hamilton was named a global brand ambassador for Tommy Hilfiger Men’s, starting this spring, as reported. Hilfiger is owned by PVH Corp.
Hamilton revealed the collection logo to fans at an exclusive event in Shanghai on Wednesday, putting his own stamp on the Tommy Hilfiger flag. The Tommy x Lewis flag was unveiled in an art installation that shared the inspirations behind the design, including street art influences and projections of Hamilton’s own body art. The logo is a take on Hilfiger’s signature flag trademark positioned behind Hamilton’s initials in navy, reflecting the brand’s colors and the font used in the British Formula One racer’s own tattoos.
The collection will be revealed to editors on May 7.
As reported, Hamilton was named the face of Hilfiger men’s, which includes the Collection and Tailored lines as well as underwear and swimwear. The appointment is aimed at driving the growth of Hilfiger men’s worldwide and bringing the next generation of fans

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Teyana Taylor, GCDS to Debut Capsule Collection

MILAN — “I love strong, independent women who have made a name for themselves, with incredible energy,” said Giuliano Calza, founder and designer of Italian contemporary streetwear firm GCDS.
The brand is gearing up to debut a capsule collection codesigned with recording artist, dancer, fitness entrepreneur and social media phenomenon Teyana Taylor, who has 6.1 million Instagram followers.
The capsule collection, which is named “Harlem made,” pays homage to Taylor’s origins. “It’s streetwear, where the hood and high fashion meet. That’s always been me. It’s Harlem made, I am Harlem. So it represents me as well as the culture,” she explained. The lineup includes T-shirts, hoodies, bodysuits and accessories, which are priced from 20 euros for a pair of socks to 160 euros for a sweatshirt.
“Last summer, I was in Los Angeles and I came across this late Eighties T-shirt with [a picture of] Cher holding a rainbow flag in her hand, and it was one of her tour merchandise items,” explained Calza, who drew his inspiration from vintage items from that period. “Modern icons don’t communicate this strong way anymore,” he continued, highlighting that instead of chasing cool, the collection is aimed at celebrating Taylor’s uniqueness and diversity.
On April 6, GCDS is

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Privé Revaux Creates Capsule With ‘Riverdale’s’ Petsch

Eyewear brand Privé Revaux will launch its first capsule collection, a line with “Riverdale” star Madelaine Petsch, on April 9.
The Privé Revaux x Madelaine collection encompasses five styles intended to speak to the actress’ bold style. They are Street, retro round frames; Candy, small colorful lenses; Mister, an oversize cat-eye; Rogue, a modern aviator, and Clique, classic square sunnies. Each pair offers antiski screws, lightweight TR-90 and polarized lenses and the collapsible case will feature a pop of red.
All of the styles will retail for $ 29.95 each.
“I am beyond excited to share these meticulously and personally curated sunglasses with everyone,” Petsch said. “I have been obsessed with sunglasses for a very, very long time, so it was a natural fit for me to partner with Privé Revaux on my own collection. I spent a lot of time on the details of these pairs and I am so very proud of them.”

The collection will launch on April 9. 

The collection will be sold on the company’s web site as well as in select retail stores.
Petsch appears as Cheryl Blossom on the CW series “Riverdale,” a teen drama based on the characters of the Archie Comics. 

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EXCLUSIVE: Off-White Releases Capsule Collection With Sunglass Hut

Off-White’s Virgil Abloh is jumping back into the sunglasses market, and this time in a big way: Abloh is collaborating with Sunglass Hut to launch a capsule collection.
The designer already has numerous collaborations under his belt, including Off-White c/o Jimmy Choo for spring; Nike c/o Virgil Abloh the Ten, and Off-White c/o Warby Parker in July 2017, which was his first foray into the eyewear market. But the partnership with Sunglass Hut is a first for his brand in terms of size and scope.
“Sunglass Hut and Luxottica offer Off-White exposure to a wide audience that might not know about the brand,” Abloh said when asked about the reason to partner with the eyewear company. Sunglass Hut offers Abloh a reach on a global scale, including Asia, Mexico, Australia, the U.K. and the U.S.
“I’ve always thought of sunglasses as an important accessory in a fashion context. It’s a small object that can give you the nuances of a brand’s opinion on design,” Abloh said. “For me, I was looking to incorporate classic shapes from the past with a youthful modern elegance. All lenses are flat, which gives each style the same edge.”
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Vanessa Schindler On Slow Fashion and Her Petit Bateau Capsule

MATERIAL GIRL: “It’s really, really slow fashion,” said Vanessa Schindler who will present a capsule of evening-based looks hand-crafted in her studio in Geneva at the upcoming edition of the Hyères International Festival of Fashion, Photography and Fashion Accessories, as last year’s winner of the Grand Prize and Public and City of Hyères awards for the fashion section.
Schindler impressed a jury headed by Schiaparelli’s Bertrand Guyon with her otherworldly collection — “Urethane Pool, Chapitre 2” — based on cinematic silhouettes combining synthetic, interiors-inspired materials with urethane, a chemical resin that joins fabrics together when it dries.
This time around, she’s pushed the concept further, experimenting with new ways to build garments using the translucent, rubbery material. “The pieces are pretty much drawn with urethane,” said the designer, describing a voluminous pink wavy dress made by stretching a fabric and covering it with urethane to fix it. It also features embroidery by Maison Lesage.
The designer has also collaborated with knitwear specialist Cécile Feilchenfeldt on three pieces “drawn” with the material. “We basically filled urethane shapes with knits,” said Schindler.
The designer, who is “fascinated by the Fifties and Sixties, and interior design,” plans to work to her own schedule and focus on small editions. Urethane

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Emilia Wickstead Teams With Bodyism on Activewear Capsule Range

WICKSTEAD WORKS OUT: Emilia Wickstead is casting off her ladylike dresses and slipping on athletic garb in a new collaboration with Bodyism, the lifestyle, wellness and weight loss brand.
She has created a 13-piece line that includes leggings, sports bras, a jacket, a hoodie, sweatshirts, a crop top, a jumpsuit and a yoga mat in pastel pink and floral patterns. There are details such as ruches, zips, racer-backs and ribbed trims. The Sienna crop top, meanwhile, has a high neckline and long sleeves. Prices range from 80 pounds for a sports bra to 280 pounds for a jacket. The collection will be sold at Harrods and Selfridges and online at Net-a-porter and Bodyism.com.
“Exercise is such an integral part of so many women’s lives, and I wanted to approach activewear from a modern woman’s perspective,” said Wickstead of the collection, which launches on March 12. “I wanted to give my customer an activewear collection that is stylish, directional and unexpected, in keeping with our brand ethos. Health and fitness is also incredibly important to me personally, as is the confidence and empowerment that it lends to you everyday.”
Launched in 2006 by James Duigan, Bodyism is a wellness club in Europe and Asia.

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Mary Katrantzou, Moose Knuckles Launch Quirky Capsule

TAKE A SEAT: Traditional furniture lovers take note: you can now wear your beloved Chesterfield sofa in outerwear form. Irreverent Canadian parka specialist Moose Knuckles has teamed with London-based designer Mary Katrantzou to create a capsule of quirky coats for fall, in its first major designer collaboration.
A couple of the designs were revealed at Katrantzou’s runway show last month, with the full line-up presented in Paris.
The Chesterfield bomber is available in leather – black patent, burgundy or khaki – or camel suede, complete with innovative ribbed leather cuffs and faux fur details. The line also includes a range of down jackets in brightly hued velvet brocade or in a tapestry fabric, both key elements in Katrantzou’s main fall collection.
Retail prices for the co-branded collection, which is expected to appeal to major department and specialty stores, especially those that already stock both labels, range from 2,000 euros to 4,000 euros.

Moose Knuckles and Mary Katrantzou’s velvet brocade parka on the runway 
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Italian Resort Meets SoCal Casual With Splendid, Margherita Missoni Capsule

Margherita Missoni came full circle when she partnered with Splendid on an upcoming exclusive capsule collection.
The designer and oldest daughter of Angela Missoni, along with the Los Angeles contemporary firm next month put forth a collection that blends Splendid’s Southern California casual aesthetic with Missoni’s Italian heritage and vacation wardrobe.
“Splendid approached me about a collaboration and it touched a nostalgic cord to me because the first item I ever purchased when I went to L.A. when I was a teenager was a Splendid T-shirt and so I was really happy to work on it,” Missoni said.
At the time, heavier-weight, more rigid T-shirts were all the rage, while Splendid offered something different: lighter, more supple fabric T-shirts. Missoni was hooked.
“The quality appealed to me at the time. It was a softness and this is one of the biggest qualities of Splendid,” she said. “I bought quite a few and I’ve worn quite a few during those years. I had them in every color.”
A trio of themes form the basis of the Margherita x Splendid collection: daisy and denim; red, white and the ocean; and stripes and solids across T-shirts, caftans, skirts, dresses sweatshirt-and-short sets, swimwear, bodysuits and jeans.
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Michael Kors Collaborates With Artist David Downton for Special Capsule

THE ART OF THE SKETCH: Michael Kors has teamed with renowned fashion artist David Downton on a special capsule collection. The designs will be shown at the Michael Kors runway show at the Beaumont Theater at Lincoln Center Wednesday at 10 a.m. The capsule will hit stores this fall.
While additional details weren’t divulged, it is believed that the illustrations will appear on handbags.
In 1966, Downton was commissioned to draw at the Paris couture by a Sunday supplement and since then his illustrated reports from the shows have appeared in such publications as Vogue, Vanity Fair, Harper’s Bazaar and The New York Times. His commercial client list includes Chanel, Dior, Tiffany & Co., Topshop, Joyce Hong Kong, Harrods, Estée Lauder and the V&A Museum. He has also produced portraits of some celebrities including Cate Blanchett, Dita Von Teese, Catherine Deneuve and Linda Evangelista.
“This is our first collaboration with an artist for Michael Kors Collection, and it is very personal. David captures people’s essence and style without feeling the need to draw every detail about them — it’s the magic of a great illustrator,” Kors said.

Michael Kors Collection “Lola” illustration by David Downton. 
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EXCLUSIVE: Kaia Gerber Designs Capsule Collection With Karl Lagerfeld

PARIS — Move over, Gigi — there’s a new “It” girl in town.
Only three months after her stellar debut catwalk season, Kaia Gerber has inked her first big design collaboration, with Karl Lagerfeld, no less. The 16-year-old daughter of Cindy Crawford has worked on a capsule collection that will hit stores in September, WWD has learned exclusively.
Consisting of ready-to-wear and accessories, including footwear, sunglasses and jewelry, the line is described as blending Lagerfeld’s Parisian chic aesthetic and Gerber’s signature West Coast casual style, which has garnered her 2.7 million followers on Instagram.
The Karl Lagerfeld x Kaia collection will launch globally in Karl Lagerfeld stores, online at Karl.com and with select wholesale partners.
Lagerfeld singled out Gerber as a rising talent months before her breakout season in September, which saw her walk the catwalk for 18 brands, including Calvin Klein, Prada, Saint Laurent and Versace.
She ended it with an honor most seasoned models would die for: Opening the Chanel show for Lagerfeld, who in addition to heading his own label is creative director of Chanel and Italian fur specialist Fendi.
“When Karl first told us his idea to collaborate with Kaia, we were all excited by the incredible potential and power of bringing their

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Shepard Fairey’s Obey Label Joins Forces With Wildfang to Create the Rise + Riot Capsule Collection

RISING TIDES: Not about to be left behind during this time of great resistance, Obey, an art-infused socially conscious brand, has joined forces with the feminist label Wildfang to create a capsule collection.
The Rise + Riot collection is geared for those who want to fight the system and band together against oppression. In one of the more unexpected descriptions of a collaboration, the line was made as a sign of togetherness and getting angry. Apparently such ire can be found in three graphic T-shirts – cropped, long-sleeved and oversized; a hooded coat; trousers, and a “Dad” hat. Designed to speak for themselves, the garments are imprinted with such self-explanatory hand gestures as shaka, the peace sign, a middle finger, a heart shape and fist. The line launches on Wildfang’s site today and Obey’s on Jan. 15. Obey’s Instagram-driven sales account for 10 percent of the brand’s business.
This marks the first time Obey has collaborated with a women’s brand and executives sought out one with an authentic voice. The timing of the launch was scheduled to coincide with the first anniversary of Donald Trump’s inauguration and the Women’s March. Wild Fang’s creative director Taralyn Thuot said, “We wanted to represent the

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Joules to Release ‘Peter Rabbit’ Movie Children’s Capsule Collection

JOULES HOPS ON IT: Joules, the British lifestyle brand, will launch a “Peter Rabbit” children’s capsule collection that ties in with the movie that will be in theaters Feb. 9.
The capsule includes jersey denim jackets, tops, raincoats, rain boots and bags featuring the mischievous bunny and his friends, Mrs. Tiggy-Winkle, Jemima Puddle-Duck and Squirrel Nutkin.
Beginning in mid-January, the collection will be sold on JoulesUSA.com, as well as in select Dillard’s stores and specialty children’s boutiques across the U.S.
The collection wholesales from $ 9 to $ 30.
“To celebrate the release of ‘Peter Rabbit,’ we’re delighted to have collaborated on a new collection that’s bursting with character and mischief,” said Tom Joule, founder and chief brand officer. He said as a lifestyle brand they value time with family and being outdoors, so they were happy to work with iconic characters that embody those traits.
In the “Peter Rabbit” movie, James Corden voices the character of Peter. Others actors include Margot Robbie, Elizabeth Debicki and Daisy Ridley performing the voice roles of the triplets, Flopsy, Mopsy and Cottontail, respectively.
The clothing range is under license from Penguin Ventures, part of Penguin Random House U.K. and Sony Pictures Consumer Products Inc.
Established in Britain by Joule nearly 30 years

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#Heineken100 Capsule With BAPE Balances Accessibility With Exclusivity

The #Heineken100 project, an annual campaign that aligns the beer company with fashion brands such as Public School and Union Los Angeles, is taking a different approach this year.
The label has partnered with streetwear brand A Bathing Ape (known as BAPE) to produce a small capsule collection, but for the first time the product will be made available to the public. Coltrane Curtis, founder and managing partner of Team Epiphany, which produces the campaign, said this shift is an attempt to open the initiative up to more people while maintaining some mystique.
“The challenge for this year’s #Heineken100 partnership is maintaining exclusivity and staying connected to the culture, while at the same time increasing the program visibility,” said Curtis. “Today’s luxury brands like Fear of God and Off-White are doing a great job at finding a balance between mass and exclusivity, and we believe this year’s program does that as well.”
The co-branded collection, which retails from $ 112 to $ 413, includes a half-zip pullover shark hoodie, a camo coach jacket, a T-shirt and a six-pack bottle carrier. Instead of being sold at A Bathing Ape locations, it will be made available today to customers over 21 at a pop-up shop at Izakaya

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Kendall and Kylie Jenner to Design Capsule for OVS

SISTER ACT:  Italian mass-market retail OVS has teamed up with influencers, models and designers Kendall and Kylie Jenner to develop a women’s collection, including ready-to-wear and accessories.
The lineup will be developed to include six different in-store deliveries, three for spring and three for fall.
The first delivery will hit a selection of OVS stores in Italy, Switzerland and Austria, as well as the ovs.com online shop, in March.
The collaboration with the Jenner sisters reflects OVS’ strategy aimed at offering contemporary merchandising in line with the trends of the international markets.
Previously, OVS, which operates more than 1,000 stores and is listed on the Italian Stock Exchange since 2015, collaborated with designers and brands including Elio Fiorucci, Matthew Williamson, Kristina T, Alberto Aspesi and Jean Paul Gaultier, who in November 2016 developed a limited-edition eveningwear collection with the Italian retailer.

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Ben Sherman Teams With Henry Holland on Capsule for Fall 2018

CALLING ON HENRY: Ben Sherman has teamed with Henry Holland on a capsule range for fall-winter 2018 to be showcased during Sherman’s runway show on Jan. 6 during London Fashion Week Men’s, WWD has learned.
The Ben Sherman x House of Holland 29-piece capsule collection features knitted polos, button-down shirts, T-shirts, jackets, denim, knitwear, trousers, tracksuits and coats. Ben Sherman creative director Mark Williams said the tie-in with Holland has added another layer of excitement to the offer.
“We believe it will appeal to a fashion-conscious consumer with an appetite for premium designer labels,” said Williams, adding that the capsule has a vibrant, colorful youthful approach.
Holland said he likes Sherman’s rich history in music and street culture. “The collection we have created together feels like the perfect reflection of our shared values and strength of spirit,” he said.

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Dior Homme Taps Patrick Demarchelier for Capsule Ad Campaign

Patrick Demarchelier is behind the new, moody campaign for Kris Van Assche’s slinky Black Carpet spring 2018 collection for Dior Homme.
The photographer, who’s a frequent Dior collaborator, took cues from the strictly black and white color palette for the collection in his shots of stern, but fine-featured young men in a capsule collection of sharp evening looks.
The noir-heavy photos more than show off the louche tailoring of the collection — black layers of a mock turtleneck, dress shirt, tie and jacket are barely decipherable and most of the photos are half-shrouded in shadow — but Van Assche’s wish to reinterpret formalwear is apparent. He’s dubbed the collection “Black Carpet.”
“The idea of the Black Carpet was to convey the energy and rebel attitude of the runway collection in a capsule collection of eveningwear, while playing with the embellishment codes and the know-how of Dior, reworking the evening suit by pushing it in a more extreme interpretation,” Van Assche said.

Dior Homme spring 2018 capsule campaign by Patrick Demarchelier. 

The campaign is a departure from Dior’s spring 2017 men’s ads featuring the likes of Boy George and A$ AP Rocky, which showed more personalized styling and pops of color, as did the brand’s fall

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Woolmark and Facetasm Team for Capsule Collections

A WOOL PAIR: Facetasm and the Woolmark Company are teaming for two capsule collections, kicking off a relationship between the Japanese brand and textile company intended to last beyond the collaboration and foster ties between the Australian wool industry and Japan’s fashion sector.
Facetasm designer and founder Hiromichi Ochiai, who visited Australia to learn about merino wool production, will become the first “global wool ambassador from Japan,” said Woolmark managing director Stuart McCullough in a statement. McCullough noted that the country represents an important market in terms of creativity and quality, and that the partnership was meant to expand merino wool “beyond traditional tailoring.”
“I believe merino wool is an essential ingredient for the brand to move onto the next step in its creation,” said Ochiai, who spent time with sheep farmers on his visit. The first capsule collection will be shown in January in Paris.

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Nick Wooster Collaborates With Five Four on Capsule Collection

Five Four can now add Nick Wooster to its growing list of collaborators.
The men’s retail company has worked with Chris Paul, Robert Geller, Mark McNairy and Motofumi “Poggy” Kogi, and now has teamed with Wooster to create a capsule collection that’s available exclusively on Five Four’s e-commerce site and subscription service.
The collection was inspired by time Wooster spent in Los Angeles. He’s designed reversible jackets with reflective fabric, leopard print sweaters, plaid bomber jackets and frayed jeans.
“We’ve taken really key, basic items that I think are essential to every man’s wardrobe, like striped oxford cloth shirts for instance, and given them a slight twist,” Wooster said. “The hope is that when a guy puts this on, he stops and thinks, ‘Hey, someone really thought about this for me.’”
Andres Izquieta, co-chief executive officer and creative director of Five Four, said he’s been following Wooster for years and thought the Five Four customer would appreciate his aesthetic.
“To say we’re excited to have him develop an entire collection for our Club subscription guys in addition to an e-commerce collaboration would be an understatement,” Izquieta said. “He has a very clear vision for how to create a truly diverse wardrobe that’s based off of very

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Stella McCartney Does Holiday Capsule With Net-a-porter

HOLIDAY SPIRIT: Stella McCartney is getting into the holiday spirit with an exclusive capsule to be sold on Net-a-porter.
McCartney has put the focus on polished silhouettes and girly accents for the 10-piece range that consists of outerwear, a belted double satin jumpsuit with high leg slits, a black-and-gold fil coupé floor-sweeping dress and a satin mini dress.
Separates include a crop top with bow details and a silk-draped midi skirt and silk wide-leg trousers. There is also a fur-free cropped jacket. In line with her focus on the environment, the lineup has been created with sustainable viscose and organic cotton.
“The collection is basically looking at women’s needs in this day and age; taking an incredibly luxurious, sustainable look at fashion and looking at a woman’s wardrobe from day to evening. Celebrating the holiday season, being able to take pieces and mix and match and just always complimenting who you are through what you’re wearing, and having conversation in a really subtle and chic manner with beautiful, classic pieces that have also a point of view and a little bit of attitude; having a bit of sassiness and sexiness in a really confident and natural way. But at the same time being

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Balenciaga to Launch Logocentric Men’s Capsule

GO LOGO: After the unveiling by creative director Demna Gvasalia of the revisited house logo at the women’s spring ready-to-wear show in late September, Balenciaga is to launch a spring 2018 capsule collection of men’s clothing and accessories based on a continuation of the logocentric Balenciaga and Kering-branded contingent of the house’s main fall 2017 line.
Housing 47 clothing items and 14 bags and small leather goods offerings, the line will sport all-over logos and embroidered and printed versions of signature graphics like the brand’s characteristically subversive Sinners logo. The Balenciaga Race sneaker will also be revisited in an exclusive new color range, the house said in a statement.
The capsule will hit the brand’s stores and web site as well as a selection of distributors from Nov. 3 and will be available for early deliveries.
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Kipling and Disney Collaborate on Accessories Capsule

Disney has teamed with Kipling on a line of accessories, beginning with holiday.
It is the latest effort by the Nineties brand — best known for its fanny-pack and cross-body styles, each accompanied by an ape charm – to increase its popularity and reach a new generation of consumers. In July, Kipling collaborated with Urban Outfitters Inc. on a limited-edition line of accessories.
In its first collaboration with Disney, Kipling has taken inspiration from “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.” Poison apple and magic mirror motifs are scattered throughout the multistyle collection, to be priced from $ 29 to $ 149 at retail. Shapes include backpacks, handbags and small travel accessories.
“It’s really about the synergy between the two brands — Kipling is fun and energetic and youthful and shares Disney’s sense of imagination,” said president of Kipling North America Nina Flood.
Kipling’s tie-up with Disney is to continue through 2019. With each new collection, Kipling will dote on style signatures of a different Disney princess.

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Gucci Teams with Artist ‘Unskilled Worker’ for Capsule Collection

NEVER ENOUGH: Gucci is reinforcing its bond with emerging artists via yet another collaboration.
The fashion house has teamed with British artist Helen Downie, known under the moniker of Unskilled Worker, on a capsule collection of ready-to-wear, shoes, bags, silk and accessories.
The 40 items – which include printed dresses, bomber jackets, GG Marmont shoulder bags, Princetown mules and Ace sneakers, among others items – feature Downie’s naïve artwork, which is mainly a combination of portraits and floral motifs designed with energetic colors and a witty, playful twist.

Gucci x Unskilled Worker. 
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Coming in dedicated packaging, for the first time the collection will be available simultaneously worldwide, launching exclusively on the brand’s online store on Oct. 11.
The launch will be supported through Gucci’s digital channels and the hashtag #unskilledworker, in addition to specific promotional activities including the creation of new art walls, fly posters and outdoor banners in key cities such as Milan, London, New York, Paris and Shanghai.
Gucci’s relationship with Unskilled Worker dates back to 2015, when the label’s creative director Alessandro Michele discovered her work on Instagram and invited her to take part in an art exhibition in Shanghai’s Minsheng Art Museum.

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Earlier this year, the Florence-based fashion

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Dsquared2 to Launch Capsule Collection Against Online Bullying

MILAN — Dsquared2 founders and creative directors Dean and Dan Caten will launch a capsule collection in partnership with the cyber antibullying movement “Be Cool Be Nice.” A portion of the profits from the sale of the graphic lineup of apparel and accessories will go toward the foundation, which aims to stop online bullying of young adults and children.
“Online bullying is a powerful and scary issue that can have a lasting, negative impact on young people’s lives,” said Dean Caten. “We were bullied as kids and we understand how destructive it is,” added Dan Caten. The designers revealed they immediately joined the cause as “it’s important to give kids and teenagers who are forming their personalities space to discover themselves without judgment, criticism and hate.”
The capsule collection — which includes denim, sweatshirts, T-shirts, baseball caps, high-heeled sandals for women and sneakers for men — was conceived to channel “an attitude of strength, confidence and positivity.” Every item features the name of the foundation and the logo of the brand, contrasting the garment’s classic color palette of black, gray and white.

Dsquared2 x Be Cool Be Nice capsule collection. 
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The collection will be available in selected flagships and specialty stores worldwide from the

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Alberta Ferretti to Debut Capsule for La Rinascente Shops-in-Shop

MILAN IN LOVE: On Sept. 20, Alberta Ferretti will open a new shops-in-shop at La Rinascente‘s department store in Milan, located on the third floor. To celebrate the unit, Ferretti created an exclusive collection of crewnecks.
The range of four different cashmere and wool blend sweaters features a heart-shaped intarsia on the front with a handwritten slogan that says “Innamorati a Milano,” or “Fall in Love in Milan.”
Similarly to the eye-catching color combinations of Ferretti’s “Rainbow Week” sweaters, the new lineup of knitwear will be available in mélange gray with pink lettering, red with ivory lettering, black with red and pink with mint green.
Retailing at 440 euros, the collection will be sold in limited quantities, exclusively at La Rinascente, starting Sept. 20.
Most recently, the Alberta Ferretti “Rainbow Week” sweaters, which first debuted on the catwalk last January as part of the pre-fall 2017 and limited-edition collection, have been sported by the likes of Isabeli Fontana and Izabel Goulard in Venice, on the red carpet of the city’s international Film Festival.

Izabel Goulart in Alberta Ferretti at the Venice Film Festival 2017. 
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Chiara Ferragni is among Ferretti’s sweater fans, too. During the celebrations for her 30th birthday, last May in Venice, she donned a customized

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AllSaints’ Wil Beedle on New Men’s Capsule

AllSaints creative director Wil Beedle was on a return trip back from shooting Maya Thurman-Hawke in Woodstock, N.Y. last spring when it hit him: nothing really happens in the men’s market.
“I’ve been playing with the ideas of the city and the countryside and how they’re connected as a women’s wear collection and I was thinking about how for women’s wear we always played between these two codes: the city and the countryside and it changed. The evolution of it shifted,” he said. “But for guys there was this kind of wonderfully comforting and frustrating permanence of our ways of dressing.”
AllSaints’ capsule collection for men, which it’s calling Nothing Really Happens, takes a playful jab at Beedle’s observation.
“As a guy, the way that I dress and my own wardrobe has evolved but it’s always kind of remained fundamentally unchanged all my life,” Beedle said. “I wanted to celebrate that sense of permanence but also be provocative as well because, of course, things change and evolve.”
Beedle had the campaign imagery and accompanying film shot in the depths of suburbia, trekking to Santa Clarita, Calif. in the valley to pull teens, twentysomethings and men in their 50s who live and work there to

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Gwyneth Paltrow and Christian Louboutin Fete Opening of Goop Lab, Capsule Collection

Gwyneth Paltrow and Christian Louboutin feted the opening of Goop’s first permanent brick-and-mortar store, Goop Lab, at the Brentwood Country Mart on Thursday night. The event also marked the debut of an exclusive Goop x Christian Louboutin four-piece capsule collection including Louboutin’s first baby shoe, available on goop.com beginning today. (EDS: Sept. 15)

Goop Lab and the goop x Christian Louboutin capsule. 

Guests including Demi Moore, Molly Sims, Edgar Ramirez, Rachel Zoe, Jennifer Meyer, Sara Foster, Erin Foster, Kelly Sawyer, Brigette Romanek, Amanda de Cadenet, Monique Lhuillier, Shiva Rose, Ashley Streicher, Kristie Streicher, Marlien and Coliena Rentmeester, Eric Buterbaugh and Bryan Lourd sipped Champagne and ate hors d’oeuvres by chefs Ludo Lefebvre Jon Shook, and Vinny Dotolo of Trois Mec.
Designed by Stephen Alesch and Robin Standefer of Roman and Williams, the 1,300-square-foot space, which officially opens later this month, is fashioned as Goop’s Brentwood bungalow, with a living room, kitchen, apothecary, mudroom, greenhouse and porch. Customers enter through the plant-filled greenhouse and mudroom, which leads to a working kitchen, the heart of the store. Off that is the apothecary where the beauty and wellness products are displayed, and apparel is housed in the back living room.

Goop Lab 

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Louis Vuitton Presents New Time Capsule Exhibition in Berlin

TRUNK SHOW: Consider it a mini pochette of “Volez, Vogues, Voyagez.” On Thursday night, Louis Vuitton opened Time Capsule Berlin, a condensed version of the more sweeping exhibition of the Maison’s historic roots and iconic products which debuted in Paris in 2015 before traveling to Tokyo and Seoul and, in a few weeks, New York.
Vuitton’s Berlin showcase is housed at the French Palais on Unter den Linden, which was built for the international sleeping car company Wagons-Lits in 1906, and later served as the French Embassy in the German Democratic Republic.  Open to the public free of charge through October 8, Time Capsule is both artisanal and high tech, commencing with a live display of a Vuitton craftsperson at work on mini trunk bags before visitors embark on a still-life and multi-media time-line journey through the house’s history.
Vuitton has been active in Germany for four decades, and currently operates nine stores there. In a special nod to its German links, Time Capsule Berlin includes a weekender and business case of Damier carbon canvas designed to fit the spaces of the BMW i8, as well as a boxing trunk (including punching bag) in collaboration with Karl Lagerfeld as part of the

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Flag & Anthem Creates Capsule for 100th Anniversary of Ford Truck

Flag & Anthem, a men’s casualwear start-up brand, has collaborated with Ford Motor Co. on a special capsule collection for fall that celebrates the 100th anniversary of the Ford truck.
The line includes four distressed trucker hats with custom Ford patches, seven graphic short-sleeve T-shirts with original hand-painted artwork, four heritage raglan long-sleeve Ts, and three workwear-inspired patchwork jackets and button-down shirts. Prices range from $ 24.50 to $ 119.50. 
The Flag & Anthem x Ford line is available exclusively at select Dillard’s stores as well as on the Dillard’s and Flag & Anthem web sites.  
Azod Mohit, Flag & Anthem’s cofounder, said, “Ford is an original, iconic American brand, and we are excited to debut our collection to celebrate the history of the Ford Truck. Much of the Flag & Anthem collection is vintage-inspired, so the chance to access the Ford archives was incredible. Each piece we designed is nostalgic, while remaining current.” 
The collaboration includes a marketing campaign that was shot at the Highland Park Ford plant in northwest Detroit by photographer Nigel Barker, who is also Flag & Anthem’s artistic director.
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Georgia May Jagger Collaborates With Volcom Stone Row on Capsule Range

GEORGIA’S GEAR: Georgia May Jagger has teamed with Volcom Stone Row on a capsule range. Launched in 1991, Volcom — a brand owned by the Kering Group — is known for its surfing, skating and snowboarding apparel, footwear and accessories. Stone Row is Volcom Women’s elder sister and is aimed at a contemporary market. It is inspired by music, art and travel.
Women’s global design director Kelly Summer said Jagger had a passion for design and wanted to work with the label to create pieces that were missing from her wardrobe, easy items to wear during her travels.
“She is honest and focused on what she wants,” Summer said of working with Jagger. “Plus, she is with us every step of the way through the design process. With a common influence from London and California, we are aligned on our inspiration for Volcom and Stone Row, so it’s been a great partnership. From initial concept, right through to the photo shoot, we have plenty of touch points with Georgia to make sure this collaboration is something she is proud of.
“Georgia is the Volcom muse. She represents our girl from her love of the ocean to skateboarding, music and art and, of course,

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Amazon Fashion Europe Teams With Nicopanda on Capsule Collection

SEE NOW, PRIME LATER: Amazon Fashion Europe has teamed with Nicopanda on a unisex streetwear capsule range that launches on Sept. 16, and will be available to purchase immediately after the spring 2018 show, WWD has learned.
Nicola Formichetti, the Italian-Japanese creative director known for his work with Diesel and Uniqlo, will stage the label’s runway show at the e-commerce giant’s European Fashion Photography Studio in Hoxton during London Fashion Week.
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Formichetti touted the company’s “fast delivery and selection” and said he’s excited to join with it. “True to Nicopanda’s DNA, the collection is unisex with an international street-culture aesthetic,” said designer Nicola Formichetti. “Each piece includes signature Nicopanda graphic motifs and a bold color palette.”
The six-piece streetwear collection is comprised of a bomber, a hoodie, leggings, a long-sleeve T-shirt, a scarf and a clutch bag done in a palette of navy, red and pink. Prices range from 50 pounds for leggings to 200 pounds for a bomber jacket. It can be purchased from Amazon’s five fashion stores in Europe and on the Amazon Prime Now app in London as well as on amazon.co.uk.
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Luisa Via Roma, Dilara Findikoglu Mark Launch of Capsule Collection in London

DILARA’S PROPAGANDA: Luisa Via Roma’s Andrea Panconesi headed to London Thursday night to mark the launch of an exclusive capsule with the emerging designer Dilara Findikoglu.
The Florence-based retailer fully embraced Findikoglu’s rebellious spirit for the evening, hosting a dinner in a grand room at East London’s Masonic Hall, complete with rock music and withered roses scattered on the dinner table.
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“We’ve always supported young designers since Day One, and Dilara presents the new generation, a very specific part of the young generation,” said Panconesi, chief executive officer at Luisa Via Roma.
The launch of the capsule, which currently consists of a red tracksuit set, will be followed by other products in the future. It is part of a new initiative by the Italian retailer called LVR Editions that kicked off on June 16.

Andrea Panconesi and Petite Meller 
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Each month, a different co-branded product will be on sale in a dedicated section of luisaviaroma.com. Sergio Rossi, Dolce & Gabbana and Superga are among the brands set to participate in the project.
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Capsule, Liberty Fairs to Add Consumer Component Via Frenzy App

Shopify’s flash sales app Frenzy continues its push to grow its business in the U.S., striking a partnership with Liberty Fairs and Capsule tied to New York Fashion Week: Men’s.
The app, which has made some inroads within streetwear as a tool to help brands and retailers with product drops, will help make certain pieces from designers available for sale through its app as part of special presentations happening at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in conjunction with the Capsule and Liberty Fairs trade shows.
“There’s never been an official partnership between the trade fairs and the CFDA so fashion week now extends to market week,” said Capsule director Christopher Corrado.
Layering in the capabilities of Frenzy adds to that partnership, Corrado continued.
“It really does lay the path for the future of the way that we hope to engage consumers in our trade event.…There’s been obviously a lot of conversation around the seasonality of the fashion industry and how we capitalize on all the excitement that happens around a runway presentation and how we actually engage the end consumer and that’s exactly what Frenzy does from an event producer opinion.”
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Lacroix Taps Brian Kenny for 30th Anniversary Capsule Collection

PARIS — Christian Lacroix is celebrating its 30th anniversary with a capsule collection designed by New York-based multimedia artist Brian Kenny.
Kenny, known for creating collage-inspired banners and flags, reinterpreted some of the house’s best-known scarf designs and patterns to create original artworks used on two dozen products including T-shirts, mugs, cushions and phone covers.
Nicolas Topiol, chief executive officer of Christian Lacroix, said the celebration was designed to underline the activities of the house, which has focused on men’s wear, accessories and homewares since it went into administration in 2009.
“We feel at this point, with the recent history of the house, that we wanted to celebrate the past 30 years, but more importantly, the next 30 years,” Topiol said. “We really wanted to share the anniversary with the largest number of people possible.”
Available in limited quantities, the line will go on sale in early August at the Ron Robertson store in Santa Monica, Calif. Prices range from 12 euros for a small patch to 240 euros for a scarf.
“The U.S. has always been very important for the house of Lacroix. Obviously it’s a very French house and the roots are in couture, but at the same the U.S. press has supported Lacroix

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Axel Arigato Unveils Second Clothing Capsule

BLOOMING BUNCH: Following its initial launch last March, Axel Arigato has created its second clothing capsule for men.
“Working with a capsule collection allows me to experiment and try out different concepts on a smaller scale,” said creative director Max Svärdh. “I’ve been really into florals this season and wanted to let the concept express itself in three different garments.”
Titled “Saku,” the collection takes its cue from the Japanese word for bloom. The six-piece range consists of sweatshirts, hoodies and T-shirts in a red, black and white palette. The lineup includes logos accented with floral embellishments. The price range is from 55 pounds or $ 70 for a T-shirt to 125 pounds or $ 159 for a hoodie. The capsule is available for purchase at the brand’s web site, London flagship and Stockholm concept space.
“We recently opened up our temporary concept store titled “Axel Arigato Gallery” in Stockholm,” said chief executive officer Albin Johansson, “which we are very excited about as well as our second capsule clothing collection. For us Axel Arigato is a platform to test different ideas and concepts. With all we do, we want to create an idea of constant movement and energy. We want our customers to discover new

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Katama Creates Capsule Collection With Surf Lodge

Katama is collaborating with The Surf Lodge.
Garrett Neff, a model who started his New England-inspired swimwear line in 2015, has created an exclusive capsule collection for the Montauk resort in the Hamptons. The Surf Lodge operates the popular boutique Surf Bazaar, along with a retail space in its lobby.
Although Neff said he didn’t grow up surfing, he and Jayma Cardoso, who co-owns The Surf Lodge, connected because of their love of nature and the water.
“You can feel his fondness for the ocean and beach life in his designs,” Cardoso said. “For Garrett, he has fond memories of Katama Bay and for myself it’s Brazil and now Montauk. We have a mutual admiration for the sea, which made it easy for me to see how we could do something great together.”
The collection, which retails from $ 145 to $ 350, consists of board shorts, trunks, T-shirts, tank tops, a jersey cardigan and a canvas tote bag. A small portion of the line will be available from June 7 through June 9 at Surf Lodge’s two retail spaces, the Surf Bazaar and the Surf Lodge lobby, and Katama’s e-commerce site. The full collection, along with Katama’s spring line, will be available the weekend of July 7 at

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Études Launches ‘Smiling Sun’ Capsule

KEEP ON SMILING: French collective Études is taking a political stand with a new unisex capsule named after and inspired by the iconic “Smiling Sun” logo. Created in 1975 and designed by Danish activist Anne Lund, the logo became a symbol of the anti-nuclear power movement and was translated into 50 languages.
Described by Études cofounders Aurélien Arbet and Jérémie Egry as “a collection celebrating the anti-nuclear movement that embodies the new generation’s environmental consciousness,” the capsule supports the nuclear power phase-out movement and features the logo revisited as patches and prints on denim, caps, T-shirts and sweatshirts. It grew out of a sprinkling of looks that featured in the brand’s spring 2017 show.
So far Germany, Belgium, Spain and Switzerland are the only countries to have committed to a nuclear power phase-out, following in the footsteps of Italy, which closed its last reactors in 1990 following the Chernobyl accident, as the first and only country in the world to do so.
The Smiling Sun capsule will enter the brand’s Paris store on May 18 as well e-commerce site Ssense.com, with other points of sale to be confirmed.

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Liberty, Capsule to Move Men’s Shows to Javits in July

Liberty Fairs and Capsule Show are on the move — at least for a little while.
The trade shows were unable to secure their usual location at Pier 94 for the spring men’s wear shows in July and will move to the Jacob Javits Convention Center where Project and MRket will also be holding their shows.
However, Liberty and Capsule said the move is temporary and they will be back at Pier 94 for the January 2018 editions of their shows.
“No matter where we travel, our vision remains the same — create enjoyable and memorable experiences for brands, retailers and editors,” said Sam Ben-Avraham, founder of Liberty Fairs. “I am excited for attendees to make long-lasting connections at The Javits and another successful season. To me, the venue itself is less important than the connections and experiences happening inside and I look forward to channeling our unique vision through a new location.”
Deirdre Maloney, cofounder of Capsule, added: “Colocating with Liberty has been great for the market. But this summer with our shows and the UBM shows all at Javits, we expect buyers will be in paradise.”
Capsule joined Liberty at Pier 94 for the first time in January of 2016, leaving its former home

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Mytheresa.com Teams With Miu Miu on Capsule, Fashion Film

SHARK TALES: In retailers’ ongoing battle for exclusivity and newness, Mytheresa.com is partnering with Miu Miu to launch an exclusive capsule collection for spring 2017.
The line, a colorful concoction of Miu Miu signatures, features ready-to-wear, as well as handbags and footwear, and will land at Mytheresa.com on April 26. Focusing on bright prints and girly embellishments, the capsule captures the playful spirit that is Prada’s sister label’s signature.
Among the standouts are the brand’s popular ballet flats and slides updated in pastel-hued shearling, and trousers and shirts done in bright floral or polka dot prints.
To introduce the new collection, the Munich-based e-tailer has teamed with Danny Sangra, a Central Saint Martin’s graduate and established director, artist and illustrator, to produce a short film called “Shark.”

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In line with Miuccia Prada’s flair for drama, the two-minute short features two female protagonists sharing their life experiences in a swimming pool. Dressed in matching brightly colored, embellished sweaters and Sixties-inspired printed skirts, one shares her wish to become a synchronized swimmer, while the other is afraid of water due to a past experience with a shark.
They then perform a swimming choreography outside the pool, clad in printed midi-dresses and floral swimming

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Moschino Unveils Candy Crush Capsule Collection at Coachella

Jeremy Scott is returning to the desert for his 11th annual bash at Coachella, this time on behalf of Moschino, with mobile game Candy Crush and streaming video platform Tidal, which will live-stream musical performances from the party including appearances from Lil Uzi Vert and a surprise headliner. (Hint: It’s not an act performing at the festival.)
The always colorful event this year will be inspired by the Moschino Candy Crush collaboration on a capsule collection of summer festival items including a limited-edition backpack ($ 650); iPhone case ($ 70), and women’s and men’s swimwear ($ 300 and $ 205, respectively). Designs in the collection were inspired by the colorful candies featured in the mobile game Candy Crush. The pieces will be available on moschino.com starting today until supplies last.
Celebrities expected are Scott’s BFF Katy Perry, Kylie Jenner, Jared Leto, Sophie Turner, Emma Roberts, Justine Skye, Hailee Steinfeld, DNCE, Kiersey Clemons, Frances Cobain, Paris Hilton, Emily Ratajkowski, Kehlani, Joan Smalls, Stella Maxwell, Taylor Hill, Soo Joo Park, Jasmine Sanders, Jordan Barrett, Romee Strijd, Chanel Iman, Dilone, Bebe Rexha, Will Peltz, Jasmine Tookes, Elsa Hosk, Grace Mahary, Soko, Riley Montana, RJ King, Martha Hunt, Georgia Fowler, Shanina Shaik, Matthew Noszka, Izabel Goulart, Poppy Delevingne, Charli XCX,

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Alessandro Michele Creates Capsule for Mr Porter

LONDON — Alessandro Michele is preparing for an encore at Yoox Net-a-porter Group, launching Gucci’s first capsule men’s collection with Mr Porter, WWD has learned.
The 43-piece collection, which will debut on May 18, comes a year after Gucci collaborated on a similar project with Net-a-porter.
“Our customer has truly embraced the new direction of Gucci under the creative direction of Alessandro Michele, and we wanted to reward them with something unique,” said Toby Bateman, managing director of Mr Porter.
He said the site already does a brisk business “across the Gucci range, from the iconic pieces through to the tailored clothing. Given the influence Gucci and Alessandro are having in respect of global trendsetting, it seemed to be a natural next collaboration for us.”
Bateman added that Gucci has a knack for appealing to a wide range of customers.
“There is something for each type of Mr Porter customer. The logo print hoodie and Ts appeal to the younger, more urban guy, while a classic Horsebit loafer will last and wear a lifetime for the discerning, slightly older one.”
The collection runs across ready-to-wear, shoes and accessories, and includes the house’s textures and fabrics in a color palette of zesty oranges and yellows, azure blues

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Karl Lagerfeld Collaborates With Vilebrequin on Swimwear Capsule

ENDLESS SUMMER: Next time Karl Lagerfeld heads down to Saint-Tropez, he will be able to don beachwear bearing his own likeness — even if he generally favors a white suit for his Riviera jaunts.
The Karl Lagerfeld brand has collaborated with French luxury swimwear maker Vilebrequin on a limited-edition capsule collection of eight items that includes men’s and women’s swimwear, beachwear and beach accessories.
The two brands have a common shareholder: G-III Apparel Group. G-III, headed by Morris Goldfarb, owns Vilebrequin and has a 19 percent stake in the Lagerfeld label.
The new line will go on sale in May at select Karl Lagerfeld stores, Vilebrequin stores and on their respective e-commerce sites, with prices ranging from 60 euros to 210 euros, or $ 65 to $ 225 at current exchange.
Inspired by iconic Rivieras and coastlines, the pieces come in a vibrant azure shade set off with pops of graphic black and white, and feature Lagerfeld’s instantly recognizable silhouette printed in black in lieu of a logo.
For men, they include a polo shirt and two styles of swim shorts: one fitted with a flat-belt waist, and the other inspired by classic Seventies silhouettes. For women, the offer consists of a bikini, a tunic and swim

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Karl Lagerfeld Taps Illustrator Steven Wilson for Capsule Collection

COLOR WHEEL: Karl Lagerfeld is getting the color printing treatment.
The designer has tapped artist and illustrator Steven Wilson to collaborate on a limited-edition capsule collection of clothing and accessories featuring designs made using layers of cyan, magenta and yellow – the hues that form the basis of the printing process.
Wilson created graphics including a portrait of Lagerfeld, his cat Choupette, the brand logo, a camera and a pair of sunglasses. They feature on items such as an embroidered satin bomber jacket, sweatshirts, jeans, a tote bag and an assortment of accessories that will go on sale in stores and online on April 1.
“The principe behind the graphics is that they are made using just three layers. Abstract cyan, magenta and yellow shapes are laid on top of one another to create a design that has identifiable form,” Wilson said in a statement. “The beauty of this process is that where the colors overlap, you get secondary colors — red, green and so on.”

A look from Steven Wilson’s capsule collection for Karl Lagerfeld featuring the designer’s cat Choupette. 
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The U.K.-based illustrator has worked with brands including Nike, Adidas, Levi’s, Converse and Stussy, but said he rarely gets name-checked. “All too often

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Celebrity Stylist Ilaria Urbinati Designs Women’s Capsule for Eddie Bauer

Celebrity stylist Ilaria Urbinati and Eddie Bauer have reunited for another limited-edition capsule collection, this one for women and launching for fall 2017 at select Eddie Bauer stores and eddiebauer.com in late September. Urbinati last paired with the Seattle-based vertical retailer in 2015 for a men’s capsule collection launched at Sundance Film Festival.
“We appreciate the way she has remained true to the brand’s ethos while modernizing some of our classic silhouettes, creating a fresh take on many of Eddie Bauer’s iconic pieces,” said Eddie Bauer chief executive officer Mike Egeck. “Ilaria’s sense of style, combined with Eddie Bauer’s rich outdoor heritage, has created something truly special that is relevant for today’s outdoor and fashion consumer.”

A sweater from the Ilaria Urbinati x Eddie Bauer women’s collection. 

Urbinati, whose male clients include Ben and Casey Affleck, Ryan Reynolds, Bradley Cooper, Chris Evans, Armie Hammer, Rami Malek, Donald Glover, James Marsden, Joel Edgerton and Tom Hiddleston, pulled from Bauer’s archive and took inspiration from his wife, Christine “Stine” Bauer, an avid outdoorswoman, whom Urbinati called a “badass.” A field expert in her own right, Stine was the driving force behind Eddie Bauer’s first women’s outdoor apparel line, insisting he make women’s versions of his

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Galeries Lafayette to Launch Rolf Ekroth Capsule

HYERES, HYERES: Showing its support for young designers, French department store Galeries Lafayette for the third year in a row has invited a fashion finalist from the Hyères International Festival of Fashion and Photography to create a capsule to be sold in a selection of its stores.
Following in the footsteps of Louis-Gabriel Nouchi and Sophie Harand, Finland’s Rolf Ekroth has designed a unisex capsule of rain gear that will go on sale at Galeries Lafayette Haussmann in Paris in September, as well as in a handful of regional department stores operated by the retailer and its e-shop.
Housing four apparel designs and two sneakers, the line will be unveiled at the Hyères Festival’s upcoming edition in late April, in the “Formers” area of the Villa Noailles.
Ekroth, who started out his career as a social worker then professional poker player, studied fashion at Helsinki’s Aalto University, making his way to the festival with a men’s wear collection inspired by golf.
Galeries Lafayette, a longtime sponsor of the festival, for the first time will announce its next guest designer at the event’s prize-giving ceremony on April 30.

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Kendall and Kylie Jenner’s Capsule Collection Is Now Live–Run, Don’t Walk

ESC: Kendall Jenner, Kylie Jenner Capsule Collection ShootThis just in: Kendall + Kylie have dropped a capsule collection. And it’s called DropOne.
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Petit Bateau to Launch Capsule by Hyères Festival Winner Wataru Tominaga

STRIPES EARNED: Hyères festival winner Wataru Tominaga’s graphic, pop sensibility comes splashed across a capsule for Petit Bateau due to launch in time for summer.
The hook-up marks a tradition upheld by the brand since partnering with the festival in 2013 where winners of the event’s Première Vision Grand Jury Prize are invited to reinterpret iconic Petit Bateau garments and codes. The designer follows in the footsteps of previous laureates Satu Maaranen, Kenta Matsushige and Annelie Schubert.
Tominaga layered up motifs on the capsule’s sporty creations which vibrate with green, red and blue milleraies and marinière stripes interspersed with checks and blooms.
“As a designer who is more focused on personal development, it was an interesting challenge to come up with designs for Petit Bateau, which is about democratic yet high-quality clothing. It was about finding the right balance,” said Tominaga who was compared to a “young Issey Miyake” by Julien Dossena, president of the festival’s 2016 fashion jury.
The designer, who got to visit the brand’s factory in Troyes and was given access to a number of archive designs, is currently on an artists’ residency program at the Palais de Tokyo and is due to present a performance piece in a private residence in Athens

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Nickelodeon, Viacom Tap Fashion Designers for SpongeBob Gold Capsule

SPONGEBOB GOLD: Nickelodeon International and Viacom Consumer Products have collaborated with a host of designers on the SpongeBob SquarePants Gold collection, which will be unveiled during London Fashion Week.
Peter Jensen, Bobby Abley, Salar, Maria Francesca Pepe, Suecomma Bonnie and Bad Denim are among the names that have created men’s and women’s apparel, footwear and accessories. They’ve put their own spin on the cartoon character who is celebrating his 18th birthday.
The 27-piece range is part of the company’s SpongeBob Gold brand. The collection includes T-shirts by Bobby Abley, sweatshirts by Peter Jensen, vintage embroidered pieces by Bad Denim, patchwork sneakers by Suecomma Bonnie, accessories by Salar and jewelry by Maria Francesca Pepe.
The collection will be unveiled at event hosted by the company on Feb. 18 and sold in the U.S. in May.
“I have watched SpongeBob for as long as I can remember,” said Jensen. “He is part of my Saturday morning ritual in the same way a boiled egg with salt is. Mrs. Puff is my absolute favorite, but of course I love SpongeBob, Patrick, Gary and the rest of the clan. It’s been great fun to be part of this project. We were allowed to hand-draw Spongebob for this collection

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Linda Farrow Taps Four Digital Influencers for Spring Capsule

DIGITAL VISION: Linda Farrow is sidelining designers in favor of digital influencers for its spring capsule collection.
The luxury eyewear brand, which is known for its seasonal collaborations, has so far been teaming with a host of designers to create capsules. They have ranged from established names such as Matthew Williamson and Dries Van Noten to younger, eccentric labels including KTZ, Yazbukey and Bahrain-based Khaleda Rajab.
For the latest capsule, the brand has instead tapped four influencers: Australian native Nicole Warne, known for her blog Garypeppergirl.com; Leaf Greener, a Chinese stylist and publisher of her own WeChat fashion magazine; Elena Perminova, a Russian model and founder of Instagram charity “SOS by Lena Perminova,” and the Netherlands-based Negin Mirsalehi, who is a vlogger and founder of a hair-care line.
The four women, who boast a combined following of up to 7 million, have designed one pair of sunglasses each and are featured together in a new campaign promoting the collection, shot by Mariano Vivanco.
Simon Jablon, the brand’s chief executive officer, said the decision to work with the influencers was based on the idea of “global togetherness,” and on teaming people with whom the Linda Farrow customer can relate to.

A visual from the Linda Farrow spring

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This Capsule Collection Is a Huge ‘Thank You’ to Obama

Chicago’s Joe Freshgoods pays tribute to a hometown hero.

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Fourth of November Collaborates With New York Knicks on Capsule Collection

Kareem “Biggs” Burke continues to pull from his roots for his apparel endeavors.
The Roc-A-Fella records cofounder, who owns the denim brand Fourth of November, has teamed with the New York Knicks on a limited-edition capsule collection in celebration of the basketball team’s 70th anniversary.
“As a real New Yorker it’s an absolute honor to collaborate with the Knicks,” said Burke.
The collection includes a classic varsity jacket made of Melton wool and lambskin, and a snapback. Both feature the Fourth of November logo along with ’70 and ’73, which indicate the years the Knicks won an NBA Championship. The jacket, which retails for $ 350, and the snapback, which retails for $ 46, will be sold exclusively at the Madison Square Garden team store. Only 70 pieces of each style will be produced.
When working with Roc-A-Fella, which was acquired by Def Jam in 2004, Burke helped grow Rocawear, the label’s streetwear brand, into an almost $ 700 million business, and although he had no plans of reentering the fashion business, when a childhood friend introduced him to Fourth of November, which was founded by Carlos Rodriguez, he joined the team to help them grow the company. The line, which consists of denim and varsity jackets,

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Barbara Ties With Anahide Saint André on Multifunctional Capsule

INSIDE OUT: Historic French corsetry brand Barbara is stepping out of its comfort zone and tapping into demand for crossover pieces with the launch of what it describes as the first “three-in-one” lingerie collection.
The brand, which was founded in 1926, is partnering for the capsule line with French designer Anahide Saint André, who specializes in high-end multifunctional ready-to-wear. The four pieces in the collection, made from powder-blue Italian microfiber, are designed to double up as lingerie, swimwear and daywear.
The line launches mid-March in Barbara points of sale and on the brand’s e-shop, priced between 46 and 104 euros at retail, or $ 48 to $ 109 at current exchange.

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This Hyped-Up Capsule Collection Pays Homage to LGBT Pride

A new release from Vetements and Comme des Garçons.

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Drake’s OVO and Canada Goose Team Up on a New Capsule Collection

“Say, lend me your coat.”

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Roc-A-Fella Records Cofounder Kareem ‘Biggs’ Burke to Launch 14 Capsule Collections Nationwide

Kareem “Biggs” Burke is executive producing a new type of project.
The cofounder of Roc-A-Fella records is overseeing the simultaneous drop of 14 Roc96 collections at 14 specialty stores throughout the U.S. starting in December. Each collection is inspired by a different song from “Reasonable Doubt,” Jay Z’s debut album that turned 20 this year.
“I was trying to do one drop a month and obviously there are 14 songs and there aren’t 14 months in a year, so we decided to consolidate it,” said Burke, who tasked his design team with thoroughly listening to the album before creating the collection. The line, which retails from $ 25 to $ 145, features T-shirts, hoodies, hats, beanies and reprinted “Reasonable Doubt” cassettes. The assortment has graphics and messaging that riff off of lyrics from the classic album.
The Foundation Showroom is handling the distribution of the collection, which will be available on Dec. 4, Jay Z’s 47th birthday, at the following stores: Social Status locations in Pennsylvania and North Carolina; A Ma Maniere in Atlanta; Feature in Las Vegas; Woodstack in Brooklyn; Politics in New Orleans; Creme in Norfolk, Va.; Xhibition in Cleveland; Corporate in Cincinnati; Ubiq in Philadelphia; Concepts in Manhattan and Boston; Soho Gallery in

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This Rugrats-Themed Capsule Collection Is the Best Kind of Nostalgia

Saturday morning cartoons and awesome sweats. What could be better?

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Net-a-porter Launches Jacquemus Capsule Collection

Jacquemus is the latest in Net-a-porter’s stable of designer collaborations. Launching on Nov. 28, “Bleu Blanc” is a nine-piece collection of ready-to-wear by Paris-based designer Simon Porte Jacquemus, based on the asymmetric shirting and men’s wear-inspired styles from his main collection. The pieces include cinched shirtdresses, a dress made from two jackets sewn together, a wrap coat, a cable knit sweater, an off-the-shoulder top, pants with exaggerated cuffs and a skirt that looks like it was made from a blazer. It’s all done in white, navy and pinstripes, hence the name of the collection. Prices range from $ 115 and $ 840.
Net-a-porter has carried Jacquemus for a year and reports strong sell-throughs for the collection. “The reasoning behind the capsule was to establish ourselves as a destination for the brand,” said Lisa Aiken, Net-a-porter’s fashion director. “They haven’t done any capsules with any other retailers, so we wanted to be the first. We are also selling out of the existing collection so quickly, and wanted to give customers an opportunity to shop something special from the brand between the seasons.”
Some of the other collaborations Net-a-porter has rolled out this year were with J. Crew, Gucci and Sarah Jessica Parker’s SJP shoe collection. During

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Carolina Herrera Teams With Mytheresa.com for Capsule Collection

Even after 35 years in business, Carolina Herrera is still all about ingenuity.
With that in mind, the designer will use Danny Sangra’s short film titled, “Something Unpredictable,” to launch a limited-edition capsule collection with Mytheresa.com.
Kat Clements headlines what is supposed to be a mockumentary of a fashion film that was shot at the Elyx House in the Hollywood Hills. The Mytheresa.com x Carolina Herrera capsule collection will make its debut May 10 on the e-tailer’s site.
Clements also makes an appearance in “Goldbricks In Bloom,” the feature film Sangra wrote and directed. Due out in September, the movie also features Zosia Mamet, Waris Ahluwalia and Jake Hoffman. The Central Saint Martins-trained Sangra has created a social satire about the rise and fall of a New York painter amidst a self-obsessed group of disenchanted young creatives. He is also working on another short film for Mytheresa with Balenciaga.
Herrera drew upon her heritage for the capsule collection for the e-tailer. In doing so, she wanted to evoke the essence and craftsmanship of her New York atelier and more specifically to reflect the vibrant spirit of her first runway show in 1981. Bianca Jagger, Andy Warhol, C.Z. Guest and Diana Vreeland were among the

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Gucci’s Alessandro Michele Designs Capsule Collection for Net-a-porter

LONDON — In the ongoing race to cater to the luxury market’s needs and niches, Net-a-porter has tapped Gucci’s Alessandro Michele to create a one-off, 20-piece collection of ready-to-wear, shoes and accessories.
This is the first exclusive capsule collection that Michele has done as creative director of Gucci, and is part of an ongoing strategy by Net to break out top performers, superbrands and emerging stars and give them special recognition on the site.
The Gucci collection will bow May 12 on Net and the launch will be backed by both Net and Gucci on social media.
Prices range from $ 270 for a printed iPhone 6 case to $ 5,300 for an appliquéd silk-blend organza gown. The collection will also have its own label.
Michele has whipped up an exclusive rose print inspired by a 19th-century tapestry, which appears on pieces such as a three-quarter sleeve scarf blouse with pearl GG buttons, and a pleated skirt with nude lining, both done in double silk georgette.
The roses also appear on a reversible cashmere and merino wool cardigan and on accessories, including two sizes of the Dionysus bag, flat mules, a high heel pump and the Ace sneaker.
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Michael Kors Designs Capsule for T Galleria

Michael Kors has designed a capsule collection exclusive to Hong Kong-based travel retailer T Galleria by DFS. The duty-free operator said the collection features a Jet Set Messenger handbag with a chain strap and a two-tone watch and jewelry set in gold and rose gold tones. The goods will debut in T Galleria stores in Auckland, Bali, Guam, Hawaii, Hong Kong, Macau and Singapore come April 26.

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Forward by Elyse Walker, CFDA Link for Retail Mentorship, Capsule Collections

Online retailer Forward by Elyse Walker and the Council of Fashion Designers of America have linked to launch the CFDA & Forward Rising Talent Retail Program, in which Walker, her buying team and partners Mike Mente and Mike Karanikolas of Revolve.com will mentor up-and-coming luxury fashion designers with retail strategies as well as guiding them in the development of exclusive capsule collections for Forward.
Designers Juan Carlos Obando, Erin Beatty and Max Osterweis of Suno and Veronica Miele Beard and Veronica Swanson Beard of Veronica Beard were hand-selected by both parties for the inaugural program, a two-day workshop in Los Angeles on best practices across various verticals through a retail market lens to achieve the next stage of growth. There will be a celebratory cocktail party Tuesday in Los Angeles at the W Hollywood.
“Forward has always been a champion of emerging designers, and with the current shake-ups in the fashion industry, from e-commerce and fast fashion to social shopping, it’s a challenging time for early talent to achieve that critical next stage in their growth,” said Walker, fashion director of Forward. “We really care how their brands are evolving and want to sit back outside the hustle and bustle of fashion week

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This New Capsule Collection Features 19 Top-Notch Brands

WP Lavori gets tonal with its BlueBlack collection of wardrobe essentials.

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London Designer Katie Eary Teams With KFC on Capsule Collection

PLAYING CHICKEN: KFC has recruited edgy London men’s wear designer Katie Eary in its mission to demonstrate how much can be done in a lunch hour.
As part of the fast food brand’s #PackMoreIntoLunch campaign, KFC challenged Eary to create a capsule women’s wear collection for spring 2016 in 60 minutes.
On the day of the challenge, 25 machinists sewed like crazy to create 13 looks, worn by 10 models in a catwalk show at the Old Truman Brewery in London.
The collection, like the playful and irreverent men’s wear Eary is known for, was brightly colored, with a palette rooted in fluorescent orange and green.
Butterflies were the print motif, superimposed over hypersized KFC chickens — it shouldn’t have worked but it did. Floaty silk chiffon minidresses and cropped tops came with a lovely ostrich feather trim in neon green.
A red bias-cut slipdress that reached just above the ankles managed to be sexy and sophisticated, while the twist-front swimsuits had definite commercial appeal.
Of course, some preparations had been made. The collection had been finalized two weeks before: All the patterns had been made, and almost everything had been pre-cut for the 60-minute sew-a-thon.
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Roksanda Marks 10 Years with Capsule Collection

Roksanda Turns 10: Roksanda Ilincic’s Roksanda label marks its 10th anniversary this year, and the London-based designer has dipped back into her archive to celebrate the milestone.
The designer has this week launched a 10-piece capsule collection that’s inspired by Ilincic’s back catalogue of designs — which make a feature of bold colors and strong silhouettes — over the past 10 years.
The looks include the Margot dress that Ilincic first showed in spring 2012, a shift dress with tuliplike sleeves, which she’s redone in tomato red and a voluminous, tiered smock dress, which originally came in deep purple, but is now in black.
Ilincic said looking back at her archive, she believes that “as a designer you evolve and change season to season.” “Culture has changed and the economic situation has changed,” Ilincic mused, noting that all those influences impact her aesthetic.
And while Ilincic launched her line on the London Fashion Week schedule for spring 2006 with “12 occasion dresses,” the line now comprises looks that her woman can wear “seven days a week,” the designer said. Alongside ready-to-wear, the label also includes a children’s collection, Blossom, and swimwear, while looking ahead she has categories such as handbags and fine jewelry in her

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Zegna Unveils Japan-Made Capsule Collection

TOKYO—In bid to highlight this country’s high level of craftsmanship and lure new customers, Ermenegildo Zegna is rolling out an exclusive capsule collection made entirely in Japan by local artisans.
The 22-piece collection, labeled “Ermenegildo Zegna Couture Made in Japan”, will go on sale Saturday at Zegna’s flagship in Ginza. It will bow at the brand’s Osaka store on Oct. 1. The company plans to roll out certain pieces to other stores around the world later this year.
Zegna celebrated the collection’s launch with a cocktail party Thursday night at the recently opened Aman Tokyo hotel in the central business district of Otemachi. Stefano Pilati, Zegna’s head of design, and chief executive Gildo Zegna hosted the affair. Guests sipped champagne as they mingled in the lobby area of the hotel, where a nearly 100-foot-high ceiling creates the illusion of being inside a giant Japanese paper lantern.
Photographer Takashi Homma shot the capsule collection on five Japanese “key opinion leaders,” including actor Ryo Kase, who appeared in Clint Eastwood’s “Letters from Iwo Jima,” as well as a chef, a musician and an architect. Homma’s photos were on display at the party, along with a video about the project and the collection itself. Olivier Zahm,

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Capsule Men’s RTW Spring 2016

Capsule nabbed a slot at New York Fashion Week: Men’s and showcased seven emerging designers who will also appear at the trade show next week.
 
London-based brand CMMN explored the concept of real versus fake for its spring collection and this was realized with silhouettes that were purposely off. Cropped jackets with longer sleeves were styled with wide-leg trousers and shorter, slim pants. On the fabric side, technical nylons and latex were paired with organic denim and French terry. It was a nice play on proportion and fabric that made for a strong offering.
 
Maiden Noir’s lineup was based on atmospheric, landscape photographs taken by Amanda Ringstad. On-trend staples — anoraks, bomber jackets, jogging pants and matching denim coordinates — came in either washed-out fabrics or strong jolts of cobalt and copper. It was a fresh interpretation of commercial pieces.
 
There was a nautical tone in Baartmans and Siegel’s collection. Coming in various shades of blue, white and gray, the assortment featured a utilitarian jacket covered in an enlarged digital print and sailing shorts worn over chambray styles. The designers updated luxury sportswear nicely with print and texture.
 
Matthew Miller’s spring line consisted of the idea of taking a classic piece and juxtaposing it

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Capsule Men’s RTW Spring 2016

Capsule nabbed a slot at New York Fashion Week: Men’s and showcased seven emerging designers who will also appear at the trade show next week.
 
London-based brand CMMN explored the concept of real versus fake for its spring collection and this was realized with silhouettes that were purposely off. Cropped jackets with longer sleeves were styled with wide-leg trousers and shorter, slim pants. On the fabric side, technical nylons and latex were paired with organic denim and French terry. It was a nice play on proportion and fabric that made for a strong offering.
 
Maiden Noir’s lineup was based on atmospheric, landscape photographs taken by Amanda Ringstad. On-trend staples — anoraks, bomber jackets, jogging pants and matching denim coordinates — came in either washed-out fabrics or strong jolts of cobalt and copper. It was a fresh interpretation of commercial pieces.
 
There was a nautical tone in Baartmans and Siegel’s collection. Coming in various shades of blue, white and gray, the assortment featured a utilitarian jacket covered in an enlarged digital print and sailing shorts worn over chambray styles. The designers updated luxury sportswear nicely with print and texture.
 
Matthew Miller’s spring line consisted of the idea of taking a classic piece and juxtaposing it

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Galeries Lafayette Taps Hyères Finalist for Capsule Line

NEW FACE: French department store chain Galeries Lafayette has tapped Louis-Gabriel Nouchi, a finalist in the 2014 edition of the Hyères Festival, to design a 15-piece capsule collection for fall set to go on sale on Sept. 23.
The collection is made up of minimalistic looks in bright colors that use abstract patterns and oversized volumes to mix feminine and masculine codes.
“The idea was to have that masculine-feminine ambivalence, on one side a very masculine woman who becomes even more feminine like that I think, and on the other side a man playing with the feminine codes without being ridiculous. It’s about the right balance between the two,” Nouchi said in a YouTube interview.
“I also really like color, because I think it’s the field in which we can try new combinations, new proportions,” he explained.
A graduate of La Cambre, Nouchi was spotted at the Hyères Festival, which Galeries Lafayette has sponsored for eight years. Recently, the retailer recruited young design duo Marius et Léonie to create a capsule collection for its Version Originale private label. It has also supported the ANDAM prize since 2003.

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Mary Katrantzou, Adidas Launch Second Capsule Collection

EIGHTIES EDGE: “I’m an Eighties baby, and it was amazing to just go back and look at all of these aerobics classes and the Seoul Olympics and just take symbols from that,” said Mary Katrantzou at the launch party in London for her second capsule collection for Adidas Originals. “We started thinking about symbolism and how we can take that within the context of Adidas. But also the silhouettes — there are little tennis dresses and diving suits and track tops so I thought that was a fun spin on the idea of symbols.” The party took place on the rooftop of Snap Studios in East London, with totem poles made by Katrantzou and the prop designer Richard Storey and adorned with the designer’s prints.
Katrantzou used collages made from sports items including a stopwatch, a tennis racket and a badminton shuttlecock for the 24-piece collection. Pieces include a structured T-shirt adorned with patches and crystals, a reversible varsity jacket, a crepe tank dress, leggings, tracksuit bottoms, boyfriend T-shirts, boy shorts, jersey swimsuits and footwear. Katrantzou also put a holographic spin on footwear with bold patterns and floral jacquards.
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3X1 and Victor Cruz Create Capsule Collection

Victor Cruz has made another fashion play.
The New York Giants player, who fronts Givenchy’s fall 2015 campaign, has partnered with denim line 3X1 on a capsule collection that will be available this September. This is the first celebrity collaboration for the denim brand.
“We really like him as a person,” said Scott Morrison, founder of 3X1. “He came into the shop the first time after the Giants won the Super Bowl and we’ve always wanted to do something a little more unique and special on the men’s side.”
Cruz brought back ideas from a Japan research trip to help design the five-piece collection, which is called A Fall to Remember.
According to Morrison, the line is made from Japanese fabrics and features core items that can fill out a guy’s wardrobe. It includes a classic shirt-jacket with vintage-inspired patch details; a long-sleeve chambray shirt with ombré detailing on one sleeve; a coated denim pant with a tuxedo stripe; a pair of ripped jeans made from stretch selvedge denim, and an indigo dyed wool Melton military coat.
The line is priced from $ 325 for the tuxedo pant to $ 1,325 for the pure indigo wool coat and proceeds from the collection will go to the Victor

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Check Out Sarah Jessica Parker’s Capsule Collection for Zappos Couture

Sarah Jessica Parker just launched a new capsule collection for Zappos Couture. Check out InStyle’s favorite shoes from the line.
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Swimwear Brand Everything But Water Creates Capsule Collection

30 FOR 30: Everything But Water, the swimwear specialty retail chain with more than 90 stores throughout the U.S., is marking three decades in business by commissioning a swimsuit or cover-up from 30 of its key designers. Gottex, Seafolly, Mara Hoffman, Marysia and 6 Shore Road are among the brands that reinterpreted classic styles worn by swim sirens from Esther Williams to Farrah Fawcett for the modern market.
The capsule collection, which retails from $ 54 to $ 599, is available exclusively at Everything But Water’s locations and online store. A series of trunk shows is also planned.

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Alexander McQueen Launches Capsule Collection of Silk Scarves

SILK STORY: Alexander McQueen has created a capsule collection of silk scarves to mark the launch of the designer’s “Savage Beauty” retrospective at the Victoria and Albert Museum, opening on Saturday. Each scarf features one of five designs drawn from signature house creations such as the Armadillo shoes from spring 2010, and the Spray Painted Dress from spring 1999. “Our silks remain the most popular and accessible product from the house, and we wanted everyone to be able to own a memento celebrating ‘Savage Beauty,’ featuring imagery from Lee’s most memorable collections,” said McQueen’s chief executive officer Jonathan Akeroyd. The capsule collection will be available in limited runs of only 100 for each design, and the scarves will retail for $ 595 at the Alexander McQueen flagship on Bond Street in London and at alexandermcqueen.com.

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Burberry Creates Capsule Collection for Barneys

A look from Burberry XO Barneys New York.

The brand has created a capsule collection — Burberry XO Barneys New York — inspired by its Prorsum collection.

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Karl Lagerfeld Taps Cartoonist Tiffany Cooper for Capsule Collection

Tiffany Cooper with her drawings.

Tiffany Cooper was invited by Karl Lagerfeld to create a capsule collection featuring her drawings of the designer and his famous pet Choupette.

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Apple Time Capsule 2TB

Apple Time Capsule 2TB


Even faster Time Machine backup. The Apple 2TB Time Capsule includes a wireless 2TB hard drive designed to work with Time Machine in OS X Leopard or later. Just set Time Capsule as the designated backup drive for Time Machine, and that’s it. Depending on how much data you have, your initial backup with Time Capsule could take overnight or longer. After it completes, only changed files are backed up – automatically, wirelessly, and in the background. So you never have to worry about backing up again. Even better, new technologies in Time Capsule and refinements to Time Machine make backing up to Time Capsule using OS X Lion up to 75 percent faster than before.Backup for everyone. Time Capsule includes a wireless 2TB or 3TB hard drive designed to work with Time Machine in OS X Leopard or later. Just set Time Capsule as the designated backup drive for Time Machine, and that’s it. Depending on how much data you have, your initial backup with Time Capsule could take overnight or longer. After it completes, only changed files are backed up – automatically, wirelessly, and in the background. So you never have to worry about backing up again. Even better, new technologies in Time Capsule and refinements to Time Machine make backing up to Time Capsule using OS X Lion up to 75 percent faster than before. Room for it all. Time Capsule is your one place for backing up everything. Its massive 2TB or 3TB server-grade hard drive gives you all the capacity and safety you need. So whether you have 250 songs or 250,000 songs to back up, room is the last thing you’ll run out of. And considering all that storage and protection come packaged in a high-speed Wi-Fi base station starting at 9, data isn’t the only thing you’re saving.Fits your Wi-Fi lifestyle. You can rest assured that Time Capsule works with other certified 802.11n devices. And it’s compatible with Mac computers and PCs that use 802.11a, b, or g technologies, as well as wireless devices such as iPhone, iPod touch, iPad, and Apple TV.Simultaneous dual-band operation. Some Wi-Fi devices use the 2.4GHz wireless band, including iPhone, iPod touch, and devices using 802.11b/g. Others can use either 2.4GHz or the higher-speed 5GHz band, such as the latest 802.11n-based Mac computers, iPad, and Apple TV. Instead of choosing one of the bands, Time Capsule operates simultaneously on both bands, and your multiband devices automatically use the best available band. Set up your Wi-Fi network with your iPad, iPhone, iPod touch, or Mac. With the setup assistant built into iOS 5 and OS X Lion, you’re just a few taps or clicks away from setting up a new wireless network or extending your current one. All you need to do is plug in your Time Capsule and connect it to your DSL or cable modem. Then simply select your Time Capsule in Wi-Fi settings in iOS 5, or from the Wi-Fi menu in OS X Lion, and follow the instructions. The setup assistant does the rest. In less time than it takes to make a cup of coffee, your network is up and running. Manage your wireless ntework from your iOS device or Mac. Once your network is set up, AirPort Utility for iOS 5 and OS X Lion lets you manage and monitor your Time Capsule from your iPad, iPhone, iPod touch, or Mac. It’s easier than ever to view the status of your Internet connection or add base stations to create a larger network. And if you want to do more – such as add a shared USB printer – it’s just as easy. Print command central. The included USB port is great for sharing a printer throughout your wireless network. Time Capsule and the Bonjour networking technology let everyone in the house or office – Mac and PC users alike – take advantage of one centrally located printer. And if you want to share both a printer and an additional hard drive, you can. Just connect a USB hub to Time Capsule. Whatever the combination, Time Capsule divides and conquers.
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Hammer Nutrition Hammer Capsule Dispenser

Hammer Nutrition Hammer Capsule Dispenser


Holds more than 20 Endurolytes capsulesAirtight & leak-proofSturdy hinged lid3.25″ tall, 1″ diameterMade in USA.
List Price: $ 3.91
Price: $ 3.91