This week’s fashion news: rave looks from Dua Lipa, Lily James as goth goddess and flowers from Coco Capitán



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This week’s fashion news: rave looks from Dua Lipa, Lily James as goth goddess and flowers from Coco Capitán

This week’s Fashion News explores Dua Lipa’s “Flutur” nostalgia, a floral art collab, goth goddesses and the documentary about one of the most talked about fashion brands in recent years. Read everything you missed here!

A veritable butterfly is emerging from the flood of celebrity fashion collabs this summer. huh Please read on – otherwise you would end up missing out on the new collection from Puma and Dua Lipa. The sports brand and the pop star are launching the second drop of their collab “Flutur” this week. And that’s exactly where said butterfly hatches: The symbol can be found (together with Puma’s iconic cat logo) on the more than 30 pieces of the collection and is supposed to stand for change and a new beginning. “I felt like the butterfly already had a big meaning for me when I started working on my first collection,” Dua says of the symbol. “Now, on the second drop, that meaning has been reaffirmed and become an even bigger part of my life.” In addition to the butterfly, (fashion) fans should also notice the rave-inspired look of the designs. With dresses, sneakers, tracksuits, jerseys and co in black, orange, rosé, purple, light blue and mint green, the unisex collection also creates a rave revival in the color palette. And yet we find Dua’s designs stand out from ubiquitous ’90s and Y2K references. Our favourites: The Stripe designs and Cell Dome King sneaker models.

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Film and series star Lily James has proven her versatility at the latest in her role as Pamela Anderson in the series “Pam & Tommy”. Now the actress is showing herself from another side: In the new Versace fall campaign, we see Lily as a crossover between Greek goddess and fashion goth. With a look of deep black hair, latex gloves and a body – all in black as well – Lily presents one of the heart of the collection: the Greca Goddess Bag. On Instagram, James Versace boss thanks Donatella for working on the campaign. “That’s what I live for, I love you!” The Greca Goddess is a black mid-size leather bag with a gold metal chain, which in turn consists of typical Versace symbols. what else? In addition to Lily, the other models in the campaign can also be seen in predominantly black looks and wear, for example, latex platform boots with XXL heels, biker jackets and sharply cut black bob hairstyles. Speaking of which – we would suggest the German-Italian newcomer Domiziana as a local testimonial with a suitable look. How about it, dear Donatella?

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The person loves me, he doesn’t love me, he loves me… Those who know this game from childhood will be taken back in time with the new capsule collection by Coco Capitán x Charles & Keith. The artist, who was born in Spain, became known for her poetic prose and the associated collaboration with Gucci, among other things. She draws her inspiration from overheard conversations, diary entries and a look into her innermost being. For their current collaboration, Charles & Keith and Coco Capitán dedicate themselves to the power of a plant. The handwritten lettering “Loves Me Blue, Loves Me Blue Not” is finely embroidered with a row of blue flowers on black chunky loafers – the Singaporean brand’s well-known Perline Penny Loafers. Matching the shoes, the sculptural handbag from the collab tells the story of a flower that is the only one that manages to bloom through hard concrete. The styles not only look like small works of art, but also leave the same space for conversation and discourse as their relatives in the world’s major museums.

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Last week we introduced you to the short film about the Olsen Twins – and this week we want to announce a documentary from the fashion universe. This time, however, it’s away from famous twins and behind the scenes of a brand that has the word “secret” in its name. Victoria’s Secret was one of the most profitable and well-known lingerie brands in the world. Her shows, which ran through 2018, came close to selling out superstar stadium tours. Striding down the catwalk with the famous wings past music acts like Lady Gaga or The Weekend was almost like being knighted for many models. But the image of the perfect angel began to crumble when statements about plus-size and trans* models by former marketing chief Ed Razek became public. These would not live up to the fantasy that Victoria’s Secret wants to sell. The Hulu documentary “Victoria’s Secret: Angels and Demons” takes us back in time to the brand and how it became a huge phenomenon. Also featured is founder and ex-CEO Leslie H. Wexner and his close connection to Jeffrey Epstein, who was accused of child sex abuse in 2019. The trailer already suggests that the Victoria’s Secret angels did not end up in heaven but in hell. When and where the documentary will be available in Germany is not yet known. RED MORE


Larry Brown

I graduated from Yale University, Department of Television. I have been a professional news writer for 3 years. I am continuing my career here by establishing site 3 months ago.