Vivid swimwear, original Italian tailoring and a charitable collection are among the cuts and collaborations proving that fashion can keep its head in a crisis.
Paula’s Ibiza, the Loewe line inspired by a glamorous boutique, is always a riot of colour and fun. The latest men’s and women’s collection includes striped tunics, woven bags and patchwork jackets. The lvmh-owned Spanish house will donate a portion of sales to projects for children in socially vulnerable groups affected by coronavirus.
Are you eager to shed your stay-at-home athleisure kit and embrace a new uniform? Toogood, the London-based clothing and design brand launched by sisters Faye and Erica Toogood, might just have the answer. This Photographer jacket pairs nicely with the label’s Bricklayer trousers. Both canvas pieces are made in Portugal and come in women’s or men’s sizes, in powder-blue, ecru or black, and with a roomy fit.
This Roman tailoring brand, run by husband-and-wife team Gerardo Cavaliere and Margherita Cardelli, has won acclaim for its elegant womenswear. Now it has a men’s collection. The pieces include opera coats in Prince of Wales checks and, like the women’s designs, flit between playful and sophisticated.
Sunspel has translated London-based artist John Booth’s kaleidoscopic designs onto its swim shorts, boxer shorts, foulards, shirts and sweatshirts.