Together with the newest drops from two Toronto-based (and Willow Smith-approved) jewelry manufacturers.
Frank And Oak launches a group in collaboration with native Canadian artists
Montreal-based clothes model Frank And Oak has simply launched Make It Native, a three-piece T-shirt capsule assortment that has three Canadian artists at its helm. Devon Pryce, Kiki Makes and Jesse Katabarwa have been chosen to every imbue a T-shirt with their distinctive perspective on what “native” means, and the outcomes are nothing wanting visually beautiful. To proceed the theme, the model has introduced the graphics to life with native manufacturing. The Make It Native T-shirts are unisex and retail at $49.50.
Vitaly unveils the primary drop of their Summer season 2021 assortment
Genderless, experimental design studio Vitaly has launched the primary drop of their Summer season 2021 assortment. Dubbed Metamaterials, this newest assortment of jewelry items is solely composed of 100% recycled stainless-steel. This contains otherworldly objects recovered from suspected crash websites. The belief that these items have origins from extraterrestrial genesis speaks to the Toronto-based model’s fascination with house, expertise and the potential for life past