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The Las Vegas-based athletic accessories label Suddora recently teamed up with Emoji - The Iconic Brand to launch a series of Emoji-branded sports headbands.

► The Suddora x Emoji collaboration consists of multiple fun options

“We are so excited to launch Emoji-brand themed headbands,” said Paul Serra, owner of Suddora. “The designs are so fun. Our customers will love wearing them both for fitness and fashion.”

“We couldn't be more thrilled to team up with Suddora to launch a collection of headbands full of expression,” said Marco Huesges, chief executive officer and founder of The Emoji Company. “Their headbands are high quality and specifically designed for an active lifestyle. We're proud to partner with such a respected company.”


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Comfort and Style

Victor Glemaud


Comfort dressing reigns supreme in the New Normal, and this shift in fashion habits is reflected in the ready-to-wear collections of Fall 2021.

Jason Wu launches separates that can be mixed and matched with ease at home and in a post-lockdown environment. PH5’s airy cardigans, coats and sweaters can be worn both indoors and outdoors. Victor Glemaud’s sumptuous knits in neutral shades offer warmth and softness all day long (a welcome respite from these challenging times). Maisie Wilen’s work-from-home line-up, with her signature energetic prints, is just as wearable in a post-pandemic setting.


Check out some of the glam-inspired comfort wear that will dominate the fall season.

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Jason Wu

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Veronica Beard

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Maisie Wilen

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Versatile and practical, eyewear designs for Pre-Fall 2021 have subtle updates that strike the perfect balance between modern sleek and classic.

Spotted on designers’ look books are lifestyle sunglasses in neutral tones that go well with any outfit, not to mention luxe up one’s ensemble regardless of the occasion.

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Courtesy of Versace


► Among our favourites are a pair from Versace that sports a white frame and Dior’s oversized retro-round shades.

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Lorenzo Serafini

Elie Saab


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Luxury fashion house Chanel recently unveiled the Chanel Culture Fund, a global programme of initiatives and partnerships that aims to support cultural innovators from around the world.

The fashion house is paying tribute to cultural innovators

An integral part of the programme is the “Chanel Next Prize,” which will present individual awards of €100,000 (about US$120,000) to 10 artists in music, dance, performance and visual arts who are “radically redefining their fields.”

A series of international partnerships is also being launched to support innovation in creative and cultural thinking. These partners include The National Portrait Gallery in London, The Underground Museum in Los Angeles, The Centre Pompidou in Paris and GES-2 in Moscow.

Chanel is also establishing new cultural partnerships in Asia, with a particular focus on China.

Chanel Fall/Winter Ready-to-Wear Collection 2021-22


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Images courtesy of Chanel

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Hats & Scarves



Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini

When it comes to accessories that can keep you warm and instantly ramp up your style game during the colder months, hats and scarves come to mind.


The Pre-Fall 2021 ready-to-wear collections of some of the brands feature fun and playful options that could very well be the must-have comforts for the fall and winter seasons.


Some of the standouts are Thom Browne and Dior’s small-brim bucket hats. Emilio Pucci’s colourful print silk scarves are natural scene-stealers while Lee Mathews has her pre-fall looks topped off with bandana scarves. 

Thom Browne

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Emilio Pucci

Lee Mathews

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