#FashionWeLove: all the fashion news of February 2019

H & M is launching a new partnership with the Swedish brand-icon Eytys. Available from 24 January, the Eytys x H & M collection is a metaphor, stitched after stitching, of design and the genderless spirit of the two brands. "Our philosophy of a resistant and essential fashion, in which functionality becomes the strong point and the gender distinction is increasingly less evident", explains Max Schiller, Eytys Creative Director, "This is the idea of ​​gender look- free, a style that promotes integrity, the way of being and self-confidence ".

The art of sciabattìo (couture)
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Okay, this is born / grows / is written on the history books of viral couture as the hottest of 2019: Valentino and Birkenstock launch two special models / interpretations of the Arizona sandals for Valentino Garavani's men and women collections. Unveiled at the Men's Fall Winter 2019/20 fashion show under the creative direction of Pierpaolo Piccioli, flat shoes will be on sale at selected Maison boutiques worldwide, on the Valentino.com website , at selected Birkenstock boutiques and on Birkenstock1774.com

The Director's Jacket
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Designed to celebrate the 125th anniversary of Barbour , the British colossus brand of anti-weather coats collaborates with the director and producer of world cinema, Sir Ridley Scott , with the launch of the Director's Jacket . That is the new "director" jacket for men / women with military collar, retractable hood and a handwarmer pocket in A4 format (to hold totemic scripts). "Perfect when worn on the set, this jacket is also dedicated to movie buffs looking for a practical, durable coat with a touch of cinematic magic," said Paul Wilkinson, Barbour's Global Marketing and Commercial Director.


The Intertwined
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Giorgio Armani announces the new Armani / Silos exhibition dedicated to the work of the photographer Charles Fréger. Entitled Fabula , the retrospective (from 12 January to 24 March 2019) documents anthropological research, focused on different communities, of the individuals who compose them and the dress codes they adopt to be part of the group. "The color of Charles Fréger is not a pure visual expedient, but a representation of human energy", Giorgio Armani.

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