The “The List” is our comprehensive roundup of the top fashion launches for the month. We’ve collected the best style announcements from all over the globe, including store openings, new campaigns, podcasts, collaborations and pop-ups. Below, you can see all that is in store for October.
Tamara Mellon debuts the Sophomore Collection with Irina Shayk
Russian supermodel Irina Shayk has teamed up again with Tamara Mellon, a footwear label, for an exciting Fall/Winter 2021 collection. There are three luxurious versions of the cold-weather shoe: ultra-high platforms, legging boots and low-calf-chelsea styles. These classic pieces can be incorporated into a winter wardrobe as versatile elements.
Available now at tamaramellon.com
Polo Ralph Lauren Launches Tokyo-Inspired Capsule
A new collaboration between the HIRO and the acclaimed American label pays homage to Japanese aesthetics and designs. The Tokyo Stadium Collection is inspired by Tokyo’s 1992 Olympic Summer Games and the ’90s Tokyo dance scene. The full limited-edition collection is available in red, white, or blue and includes sportswear, utility vests and footwear as well as accessories.
Available from October 21st at Polo App, select retail stores and online.
Loro Piana Collaborates With Hiroshi Fujiwara
Loro Piana is an Italian wool and cashmere-focused label that launches a special collaboration. It will be collaborating with Hiroshi Fujwara, designer for Fragment. The 10-look campaign book, which includes 30 genderless products, features Fujiwara’s signature color palette of navy blue, black and charcoal as well as white. It also showcases classic cut garments such as sweaters, bombers, and overcoats.
Available now at loropiana.com and worldwide in boutiques.
Malone Souliers Creates Digital Made-To-Order Platform
Malone Souliers’ personalization service in London has been made available to everyone around the world. You can customize each component of the shoes by choosing from a range of popular styles, materials, colors, and strap colors.
The exclusive Made to Order platform is available at MaloneSouliers.com.
Mirror Palais hosts their first pop-up
Mirror Palais, previously only available online, has opened its first pop up shop in the Lower East Side. The coveted womenswear brand will have vintage pieces and their sold-out Collection 2 swimwear available for purchase. Marcelo Gaia, the founder of the brand, will be on hand to assist its customers during the temporary brick and mortar.
The pop-up is located at 27 Orchard Street and will open from October 22nd to November 7th via appointments on eventbrite.com.
Dior launches a new B30 sneaker
Kim Jones designed the new Dior Men’s B30 style. It is a lightweight, flexible running shoe that uses technical materials such as microfiber and mesh. This shoe has a sporty but elegant look. The shoe has a reflective logo “CD” on the sole and heel and is available in five colors: lime, olive, black, and white.
Available on www.Dior.com starting October 14.
Away Announces First Designer Collaboration Series
Away, a luggage company, teamed up Tia Adeola and Sandy Liang to create three new silhouettes of its iconic silhouettes, the Large Everywhere Bag and Front Pocket Backpack. The new series, which includes everything you need for an airplane, to luxury accessories, transforms everyday travel essentials into art with floral prints and bold colors.
Available on Away’s website starting October 14.
Ray-Ban’s First Collaboration with Arca
Ray-Ban Studios is the music collaboration arm at the eyewear company and will be collaborating with Arca to create two limited-edition pairs of aviator sunglasses. The classic silver frame has shiny white leather details, gray photochromic lenses, and a black frame with black leather details, and a black lens.
Now Available at Ray-Ban.com between $329-$359
Cartier Exhibition at Musee des Arts Decoratifs
From October 21 to February 20, 2022, the Musee des Arts Decoratifs will host a new exhibition titled “Cartier and Islamic Art: A Search for Modernity”. This exhibit focuses on the impact Islamic Art has had upon the brand’s designs since the early 20th century. The origins of Cartier’s fascination with Oriental motifs can be traced back to more than 500 pieces in the Cartier Collection.
Alexander McQueen’s Tread Slick Photography Series
Alexander McQueen’s Tread Slick Project sees a new set of photographers located all around the globe, who capture the iconic Tread Slick boot and draw inspiration from nature. They were able to capture their images in an environment that was meaningful to them.
Pyer Moss Launches Sculpt Sneaker in Red & Black
Kerby Jean Raymond’s latest color version of the “The Sculpt” shoe will be released. The Sculpt was previously available in black, yellow, white, yellow, black, and blue. Now, it will be available in red and black. Pyer Moss produced a short film titled “Sculpt Live” by THANKYOUSNAPGOD to accompany the launch.
Available October 9th at pyermoss.com
Rag & Bone opens a pop-up shop at Saks Fifth Avenue
Rag & Bone opened a Saks Fifth Avenue destination shop for outerwear and utilitarian accessory. The pop-up features winter essentials such as puffers, nylons and wool scarves. For your next adventure in nature, a selection of men’s outerwear and waterproof boots is also available.
The pop-up is available to shop in person at the Saks Fifth Avenue flagship and on saks.com until October 18th.
Mattel Announces Gucci’s New Cadillac Design
Gucci celebrates its 100th anniversary by partnering with Mattel and Hot Wheels. This is to honor the original 1970s collaboration with General Motors. This limited-edition model is a Cadillac Seville that the luxury house designed. The collaboration features an interlocking double-G crest, a gold Gucci emblem on each wheel, and Gucci Web strips at the rear. It’s an Italian take on the Detroit automobile.
The collaboration is available on October 18th on mattelcreations.com and gucci.com
Roxanne Assoulin introduces custom-made bracelets
Roxanne Assouline’s newest line of jewelry, RA Your Way bracelets, puts the custom in customization. There are 40 colors to choose from, including rectangles, squares and skinny rectangles. You can also select from the alphabet, numbers and 11 symbols to create unique accessories.
Available now at RoxanneAssoulin.com
Bonobos Chinos Get An Upgrade
The Bonobos bestseller pants are now better. The Stretch Washed Chino 2.0 has four-way stretch, secret zipper-pocket and moisture-wicking. It also retains the popular curved waistband with interior back pocket and curved waistband. The perfect pants can be worn back to work in any of three sizes: slim, athletic or taper.
Now available at Bonobos.com
Y-3 Launches Adidas Terrex Capsule Collection
Adidas’ Y-3 capsule line combines Yohji Yamamoto’s rebellious aesthetic with practicality for outdoor-ready clothing and shoes. The avant-garde, waterproof collection includes two jackets and two colour combinations for the new Y-3 Terrex Swift R3 GTX sneaker.
Available on October 14th at adidas.com/y-3
L’Agence Launches the Spring 2022 Collection
L’Agence has digitally revealed their new collection, “Champ des Fleurs”. The collection combines a West Coast laid-back approach with Parisian elegance. Its cobalt blue hues were accompanied by neon green, salmon, and lilac. Jeff Rudes, the creative director of the collection, focused on feminine silhouettes and created day-to night wear as well as occasion-wear. The collection also includes structured silk, crushed velvet and denim styles.
Kith’s 10-Year-Old Anniversary Fall Collection and Russell Athletic Collab
Kith celebrates its 10-year anniversary by releasing a 30-piece collection that draws from its archives. The collection features 30 of the most popular colors, and many of Kith’s iconic staples. Kith teamed up with Russell Athletic for Fall 1. They brought back Classics silhouettes, and crafted them in colors from their signature palette.
Now available in all Kith shops, and at Kith.com