Weekend Max Mara Taps Lucinda Chambers for Capsule Collection

WEEKEND TREAT: Re-Find is the name of the new Signature Collection by Weekend Max Mara for fall created in collaboration with Lucinda Chambers, former fashion director of British Vogue.
“I know the brand very well. There is a shop close to where I live and I love it for what it stands for — comfort, relaxation, style and easiness,” said Chambers, who created what she believes is “the perfect wardrobe” of a few essential pieces that can be mixed and matched.
Chambers was also proud for having used fabrics that pre-existed for the brand — hence the name Re-Find. “It’s a fusion between Weekend and what I love,” she said. “I understand their customer, who is not afraid of color. They are very interesting women who feel independent and are into their own personal style.”
She chose fabrics such as cotton gabardine for pants, rustic wool for outerwear and conceived designs with unexpected contrasting stripes and floral patterns, patchwork checks and layers. A poncho-blanket was worn over a fluid dress, while oversize, mannish pants were paired with a form-fitting, skinny sweater and an oversize cape.
The color palette was vivid, with shots of ink-blue, orange, rust and earthy hues. Eccentric accessories included the maxi

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Antonio Berardi Designs Capsule for Marina Rinaldi

BERARDI’S TAKE: Marina Rinaldi unveiled during Milan Fashion Week a capsule designed by Antonio Berardi, who said the experience was “an interesting learning curve,” as it allowed him to rethink his style and aesthetics on different body types.
Berardi’s sensual lacing inspired by corsets were placed on the back of jackets and on the sides of skirts and pencil dresses, and silk chiffon floor-lengths dresses or blouses were printed with a pattern reminiscent of the marbled perfumed papers that used to line drawers.
“My mother used to wear Marina Rinaldi, so I was thrilled to be asked to collaborate,” Berardi said. “I always try to bring out the best in a woman, to have respect, so the looks are never too vulgar or out there. These are 10 pieces meant to last for more than one season and to be mixed and matched, worn from day to evening.”
Berardi has always worked with strong colors and here, too, he used French blue, a pill-box red or flame, as he described it, and black. “Women like bright colors,” he contended.
Jackets with trompe-l’oeil lapels were worn with gloves embellished with a chain-bijou appliqué, a detail that, similarly to the golden multichain necklaces, are important

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Joe’s Jeans Teams Up With Erin and Sara Foster on Capsule, Campaign

Joe’s, the premium denim lifestyle brand, has partnered with writers and actresses Erin and Sara Foster on a capsule collection and ad campaign.
The sisters were lensed in Malibu, Calif., by Mike Rosenthal, and styled by their sister, Jordan Foster. The ads break today.
In addition to appearing as the faces of the brand, which is sold at retailers such as Bloomingdale’s, Saks Fifth Avenue, Neiman Marcus and nordstrom.com, as well as Joe’s freestanding boutiques and joejeans.com, Erin and Sara Foster will introduce a capsule collection as part of the spring 2020 line.
The sisters infuse their personal styles under the label “Favorite Daughter for Joe’s.” The collaboration will include each of the sister’s favorite fitting jeans: The Sara, a super high-rise skinny, and The Erin, a high-rise straight. Both fits will be offered in three washes. The collection will include their versions of the “perfect cargo pant,” and a range of additional sportswear. Retail prices range from $ 98 to $ 298 and the capsule will launch in late April.
Suzy Biszantz, chief executive officer of Joe’s Jeans, said this latest partnership is an example of the company’s commitment to evolve the brand with fresh concepts and collaboration.
“Stemming from the strategic plan we created three

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No. 21, Fila Collaborate on Capsule for the Japanese Market

SPORTY IN JAPAN: No. 21 label is getting sporty with Fila.
The brand, established and designed by Alessandro Dell’Acqua, has teamed with storied sport label to develop a spring capsule collection, which will be available exclusively in Japan starting from April.
The No. 21 x Fila unisex capsule, which includes T-shirts, hoodies, trainers, tracksuits and caps, developed in both classic cotton fleece and more technical performance materials, combines the Fila and No. 21 logos and shows a range of vintage sport graphics.
Officially launched on April 15 in Osaka at the Hankyu Umeda Main Store, the capsule will be also on sale at No. 21 Omotesando flagship store, as well as the brand’s shops-in-shop at Ginza Six, Hankyu Men’s Tokyo, Takashimaya Kyoto and Nagoya Takashimaya. In addition, it will be available at selected specialty Japanese stores starting from April 22.

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Arielle Charnas’ Sister Collaborates on Jewelry Capsule

Beauty influencer Michaela Podolsky is venturing outside of beauty for her first product collaboration.
Podolsky, the sister of superinfluencer Arielle Charnas, has collaborated with jeweler Melissa Lovy. The eight-sku line spans hoop earrings and rings, all of which are priced under $ 200 and sold via Lovy’s web site starting Feb. 6.
Lovy met Podolsky, who counts 105,000 Instagram followers, through social media about two years ago.
“[Podolsky] has a really fun, girl-next-door vibe,” said Lovy. “She’s well-known for her dance videos and she’s really playful over Instagram. I felt like the brand would be a great connection for her.”
The capsule marks Podolsky’s first product collaboration and is inspired by her personal style. The pieces are named after members of her family, including her mother and Instagram-famous sister.

Michaela Podolsky 
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“[Charnas] is a fun dresser and that comes through in every outfit,” said Podolsky.
Each piece in the collection is handmade in New York City and produced on a 3-D printer. “It’s a great way to alleviate any waste, but the precision of the pieces is impeccable,” said Lovy of the 3-D printing process.
Lovy launched her namesake brand in 2013 via retail partnerships with Bloomingdale’s and Henri Bendel. About four years ago, she pulled the brand

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Alice + Olivia Teams Up With Lakwena, London-Based Artist, for Capsule

Alice + Olivia by Stacey Bendet has teamed with London-based artist Lakwena Maciver (who goes by her first name) to advance the artist’s bold messages of empowerment in recognition of International Women’s Day 2020 on March 8 and Women’s History Month.
Bendet and Lakwena have partnered on a limited-edition collaboration that brings Lakwena’s signature murals to life across a capsule collection of apparel.
In the past, Bendet has collaborated with such artists as Keith Haring, Domingo Zapata, Jean-Michel Basquiat and Donald Robertson.
The new capsule puts optimism at the forefront. The Alice + Olivia by Stacey Bendet x Lakwena collection takes some of Lakwena’s bold statements such as “Raise Your Hopes,” “Lift You Higher,” and “Power,” and transforms them into wearable art.
“I love the positivity and graphic beauty of Lakwena’s artwork,” said Bendet. “Each of her works are visual symbols of strength and optimism.”

“Still I Rise,” at the <span class="st">Sebastian County J</span>uvenile Detention Center in Fort Smith, Ark., by Lakwena. 

Alice + Olivia by Stacey Bendet will donate 10 percent of sales to LifeWay Network, a global organization fighting to end human trafficking by raising consciousness and providing safe spaces and mentorship to survivors. Bendet has joined her friend Nicky Hilton Rothschild in supporting

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Giuseppe Zanotti Unveils Men’s Capsule With Swae Lee

MILAN — Giuseppe Zanotti has tied up with another music star.
Following previous collaborations with Jennifer Lopez, Zayn Malik and Rita Ora, this time the Italian footwear designer has teamed with U.S. rapper and composer Swae Lee on a men’s capsule collection, making its official debut on Jan. 31.
“What drew me to Swae Lee is his fearlessness. He’s able to straddle different worlds — tough and soft, luxury and street — effortlessly and naturally. He has an unbelievably authentic touch,” said Zanotti, who met Lee last year when the musician and his brother Slim Jxmmi — they perform together as hip-hop duo Rae Sremmurd — fronted Giuseppe Zanotti’s digital campaign for the launch of the brand’s Blabber sneaker.
The “Giuseppe for Swae Lee” limited-edition capsule includes boots, available both in canvas and in allover glittery versions, a pair of slippers, as well as customized high and low-top Blabber sneakers. Lee’s favorite color, pink, takes center stage in the rich decor, featuring both intricate crystal embroideries and floral hand-painted motifs. Exclusively for the capsule, Zanotti and Lee also conceived a new golf GZ graphic logo, as well special packaging.

A style from Giuseppe Zanotti’s “Giuseppe for Swae Lee” capsule collection. 
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Sotheby’s and Highsnobiety Partner on Masterworks Capsule

Sotheby’s continues its exploration of the streetwear world through a collaboration with media company Highsnobiety, launching on Jan. 20.
The collection is part of the Sotheby’s Old Masters department’s initiative to introduce pre-Modern-era artworks to new collectors. Works such as Matthias Withoos’ “Still Life With Butterflies and Lizards, an Imaginary Landscape With Allegories of Abundance and Charity” from the Prague School in the 16th century, Ginevra Cantofoli’s “A Sea Nymph,” a 16th-century Netherlandish School panel of a skeleton draped in white fabric, and a depiction of Bacchus and Ceres from an 18th-century Dutch school appear on white-and-black T-shirts, crewneck sweatshirts and hoodies, ranging in price from 65 euros to 125 euros.
The works featured in the collection will be offered in Sotheby’s Master Paintings Evening Sale, Master Painting & Sculpture Day Sale and Old Masters Online Sale, beginning Jan. 29, and the apparel will be available at a pop-up at Selfridges Corner Shop through Feb. 9 alongside brands such as Prada, Moncler, 1017 Alyx 9SM, Bang & Olufsen, New Ground Coffee and documentary and Highsnobiety capsule collection called Colette, Mon Amour.
“We are always looking for new and exciting ways to introduce a greater audience to Old Master works of art,” said David

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Emporio Armani Introduces R-EA Capsule

ARMANI’S STANCE: Giorgio Armani is saying “Yes to Recycling.” The message was loud and clear at the tail end of the Emporio Armani fall show, spelled out and projected on the screens surrounding the catwalk at the Armani Teatro. To wit, the designer introduced R-EA, a selection of 18 looks and accessories made from recycled, regenerated or organic materials.
“The finale was not promotional for the Armani name but for the Earth,” underscored the designer during a press conference after the show. “This is the start of a journey that must be continued with consistency. We should all do recyclable fabrics, it must become common use.”
The capsule was inspired by workwear, with sporty and oversize volumes. Removable padding and hoods on outerwear made for versatile designs. The collection was mainly black with a contrasting ecru R-EA logo.
The use of regenerated wool and denim, organic cotton, nylon and recycled wadding highlighted the sustainability of this project.  “At times the industry can be very harmful and we have to mediate with the industrial needs,” said Armani.

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Julian Edelman, Mackage to Launch Capsule Collection

Mackage is creating a new men’s capsule collection with three-time Super Bowl champion Julian Edelman of the New England Patriots.
The three-piece collection launching on Jan. 15 includes the Kent down puffer in jet black and bright red for $ 790, and matching Jude beanie hats for $ 120. The pieces also have special dual-branded patches that feature a squirrel illustration as a nod to Edelman’s nickname on the football field.
“When Mackage first sent me a jacket sample, I was blown away,” said Edelman. “The attention to detail was evident. From the way that the lining was stitched, to the minimalist color scheme, to the way that the jacket fit, to the small details in the patches, it just felt like a product that I could be comfortable wearing every day.”
Edelman knows a thing or two about cold weather, having played several playoff games at Gillette Stadium, the home of the New England Patriots in Foxborough, Mass. He said that his experience on the field informed his design process, but “less than the last 11 years living in Boston.
“It’s definitely a four-season town, and not being prepared for the elements, especially in the winter, can make or break your outfit,” said the wide

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Peloton Partnering With Athleta, Hill City on Capsule

Peloton has a new partner to kick off the new year. The fitness brand has collaborated with Athleta and Hill City on a capsule collection that will launch on Jan. 15.
Called Peloton x Athleta/Hill City: Powered by You, the 13-piece collection was created to fulfill demand by Peloton members who are fans of the brand, according to Jill Foley, vice president of apparel for Peloton and wife of the founder.
“A couple of years ago, our members started writing on social how much they liked the Athleta fit, so it was always in the back of my head to do something,” she explained. She met with Nancy Green, the president and chief executive officer of Athleta at the time, and realized there were synergies between the two companies. Both have created strong communities with their customers and look at fitness the same way, Foley said.

There are eight women’s styles in the collection. 

Green has since been promoted to president of Old Navy. Athleta and Old Navy are divisions of Gap, Inc., as is the Hill City men’s brand.
Foley said the capsule — which encompasses eight pieces for women and five for men — was created in part by Peloton members. The company

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Exclusive: Gucci Releases Mickey Mouse-Themed Capsule Collection

MILAN — Gucci will celebrate the Year of the Mouse with a capsule collection featuring Walt Disney’s most famous rodent: Mickey Mouse.
Launching in stores and online on Friday, the expansive range dedicated to the Chinese New Year — which begins Jan. 25 — offers women’s and men’s ready-to-wear, footwear, small leather goods, scarves, jewelry and timepieces mixing the Florentine fashion house’s signature motifs with the image of the renowned cartoon character, which already popped up in previous Gucci collections, including in the spring 2019 and resort 2020 lineups.
In particular, a new Mini GG Supreme canvas with a Mickey Mouse print has been introduced for this capsule collection. The beige and ebony fabric references a vintage signature Gucci pattern from the Eighties replicated via digital printing to blend it with the image of the cartoon character appearing in varying scale. Finished off by a protective coating and embossing delivering the appearance of linen, the material has been used on footwear, such as slip-on sneakers and the brand’s signature Princetown slippers, as well as handbags and small leather goods, ranging from small bucket bags and mini backpacks to wallets, passport cases and iPhone covers. Baseball caps, luggage sets, hat cases and even hard

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Prada Releases Holiday-Themed Shirt for Time Capsule Project

PRA-DROP: Just in time for the last stretch of the holiday season, Prada is releasing a vacation-themed camp shirt as part of its Time Capsule project kicked off last month.
Available through a dedicated section on the company’s online shop, Time Capsule drops a special product for men and women available to purchase for a 24-hour period in a limited run of just 50 pieces.
The upcoming release set for Jan. 2 consists of a camp shirt crafted from cotton poplin splashed with an original drawing depicting an imaginative vacation blending sea and mountain landscapes with skiers and swimsuit-clad characters against a bright blue backdrop.
Changing every month and often being drawn from the brand’s archives, each Time Capsule item comes with a label bearing a dedicated logo designed by Rem Koolhaas’ OMA architectural studio and the serial number. The latter also appears on the back of the boxy shirt.
Described by the company as a signature Prada item, the shirt was also the product of the first Time Capsule release in November, which coincided with the debut of a revamped site and e-commerce platform with a sleek layout and editorial content boasting user-friendly, flexible and omnichannel features.
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Rag & Bone to Release Lunar New Year Limited-Edition Capsule

Rag & Bone will release a limited-edition capsule collection to coincide with the year of the Metal Rat for Lunar New Year 2020, a global celebration of the beginning of the traditional Chinese calendar.
The Lunar New Year capsule acknowledges this year’s zodiac via the Pizza Rat, an Internet sensation who was originally spotted in 2015 carrying a slice of pizza through a subway stairwell. The Rat is the first of the 12-year cycle of animals that appear in the Chinese zodiac related to the Chinese calendar.
The capsule, which will be available next week, ranges in retail price from $ 95 for a beanie to $ 425 for the Micro Atlas Crossbody bag.

A look from Rag & Bone’s Lunar New Year capsule. 
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The iconic silhouette of the Rat with his pizza in tow is woven within an intarsia knit sweater and printed across a range of graphic T-shirts and sweatshirts. Wool beanies also bear the signature Pizza Rat pose. There is also an embossed leather coin pouch, card case and crossbody bag.
The limited-edition capsule will be available on rag-bone.com and a range of Rag & Bone stores, as well as through select wholesale partners worldwide.

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The Attico Unveils Eco-Friendly Holiday Capsule

COOL AND GREEN: The Attico girl is a confident type indulging in the luxury of precious items — but she wants to be eco-friendly, too.
Founded in 2016 by Giorgia Tordini and Gilda Ambrosio, the Italian women’s wear label is launching on Dec. 10 a holiday capsule collection exclusively available on the brand’s e-commerce platform comprising a range of items with sustainable features.
Nodding to the Eighties aesthetic that has become a brand’s signature, the lineup named “Call Me Back” includes six vintage fur coats crafted from mink, fox and martens that were reworked for a more contemporary silhouette, their linings and buttons overhauled. There are also three pairs of bejeweled stiletto pumps that were covered in pink, red and black Swarovski crystals’ leftovers.

The lipstick developed with La Bouche Rouge 
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To complement the offering, Tordini and Ambrosio teamed with eco-chic makeup line La Bouche Rouge, creating a matte cherry pink-hued lipstick contained in a plastic-free case made of vegan leather.
Marking the launch of the capsule collection, The Attico is releasing images nodding to vintage analog shots and a video infused with a film noir undercurrent. The short movie follows model Jazzmine Berger’s journey as she strolls in the red-carpeted corridor of a

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Lanvin Fetes 130 Years With Capsule and Shanghai Exhibition

SHANGHAI — Lanvin is stepping firmly back into the spotlight.
After some troubled years in which the luxury label saw upheaval on both its creative and business ends, the French house is celebrating its 130th birthday in style. With the backing of new Chinese owner Fosun International, it debuted a large exhibition here on Friday at the Fosun Foundation in a major weekend for the house that also feted a new flagship store and release of a capsule collection.
The exhibition, titled “Dialogues,” is open to the public until Feb. 9, and presents 75 pieces from the Lanvin archives dating from the house’s founding in 1889 to the present day. It’s also the first such event put on by the brand that highlights not just founder Jeanne Lanvin’s work but its creative directors through time, from Alber Elbaz to current designer Bruno Sialelli, who was installed last January. Highlights include the wedding gown of the founder’s daughter, Marguerite Lanvin, and the costumes of various stage and film actors the house clothed, some of which are being presented for the first time to the public.
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Aubade Taps Chinese Artist Hong Wai for Capsule Collection

LINGERIE ART: French lingerie brand Aubade is looking east.
The label, owned by Swiss company Calida, has tapped Chinese artist Hong Wai for a capsule collection of eight pieces for fall 2020.
“She might not be a famous name, but she has a strong narrative,” said Martina Brown, deputy managing director of Aubade, in reference to the brand’s previous collaboration with design duo Viktor & Rolf. “The overall trend today is to look for emotional values, so for us it was important to be able to tell a real story.”
Born in Shanghai and based between Paris and Macau, Wai paints contemporary interpretations of Chinese ink paintings with a feminine touch: the traditional art form has usually been dominated by male artists.
Instead of the usual landscapes, the artist has chosen to focus her work on the feminine form and the art of lingerie. “As soon as I came across her work, I knew that she would be the perfect fit for Aubade,” Brown said.

Chinese artist Hong Wai in her Paris atelier 
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The conception of the collection started with Wai’s swirling hand-painted motifs, which were turned into lace embroideries by a Swiss manufacturer. The illustrations were transposed on four bras, three briefs and a nightgown

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Sportmax Celebrates 50th Anniversary With Capsule, Book

MILAN — Sportmax is marking its 50th anniversary in 2019 with a dedicated anniversary capsule and a book published by Assouline.
“The book stems from the idea to chronologically retrace moments in history that were reflected by Sportmax, which has always been part of its times, music, architecture and politics,” Maria Giulia Prezioso Maramotti, retail director of parent company Max Mara Fashion Group, said in an interview.
The book — divided into five decades, from the Seventies to today and unveiled in London on Wednesday evening — illustrates the work of major fashion photographers who collaborated with the brand, from Sarah Moon and Peter Lindbergh to David Sims, whose image of model Kiki Willems was chosen for the book cover. The tome, which costs $ 195, includes some previously unpublished documentation, with drawings, backstage photos, editorials and campaigns, as well as a series of special images in which the French photographer Grégoire Alexandre interprets a selection of signature garments from the Seventies until today. French artist Aurore de la Morinerie created a number of illustrations inspired by Sportmax and featured in the Assouline book.

The cover of the Sportmax book by Assouline. 
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Taylor Stitch Teams With Stetson on Capsule Collection

Taylor Stitch is embracing its cowboy side.
The San Francisco-based men’s brand has collaborated with Stetson on a capsule collection of seven styles that will be available beginning Dec. 5 and rolling out throughout the month of December on the Taylor Stitch web site.
The shirts, jeans and hats feature organic cotton and performance fabrics that use hemp and recycled polyester. The footwear, an updated take on the classic moto boot, is handmade in Leòn, Mexico.
Michael Maher, Taylor Stitch’s chief executive officer, said, “We decided to partner with Stetson based on their heritage founded in creating quality products that last. Like Stetson, we’re dedicated to building timeless styles that are well made and get better with age. The biggest difference is that they’ve been doing it for over 150 years and have the experience and customer following that comes with that. By taking a risk and stepping outside of our comfort zone, we’re able to reach an entirely new customer base that may not know about Taylor Stitch, and as a young, growing brand that’s hugely helpful. Likewise, through the partnership we’re able to showcase a legendary brand like Stetson in a new light to our loyal Taylor Stitch fans.”

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Opening Ceremony, Russell Westbrook, Jordan Release First Capsule

Russell Westbrook, Opening Ceremony and Jordan Brand have launched their first collaboration collection at Opening Ceremony stores in New York, Los Angeles and Tokyo and online.
The six-piece collection, which is the first partnership between the three, and the retailer’s first project with an athlete, is comprised of an oversize T-shirt, hoodie and overcoat, track jacket and pants, and a sweatpant trouser, all ranging in price between $ 125 and $ 395. The collection will also be available at Nike Lab 21 Mercer and Chicago and the Nike Lab web site on Dec. 5.
“I’ve always loved fashion and the creative process when it comes to designing. When the opportunity came for me and Jordan Brand to collaborate with another brand, Opening Ceremony was a perfect match,” Westbrook said. “I liked the idea of doing something with bold color patterns and adventurous silhouettes and I’m excited to see this collection come to life.”

Westbrook has a number of fashion collaborations under his belt, including a capsule with Acne Studios that launched on Oct. 28. He also operates his own label, Honor the Gift.
“When Russell and I sat down together to design, it started a creative dialogue and synergy of true collaboration,” said Opening Ceremony cofounder

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Sabbadini Releases Capsule Collection to Support the Breast Cancer Research Foundation

PRECIOUS SUPPORT: Breast Cancer Awareness Month might be over, but the commitment of brands in supporting the cause is not.
Italian historic jewelry-maker Sabbadini is the latest of a long list of companies offering giveback programs as it has released a capsule collection to support the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
The line includes signature pieces from the Sabbadini collections, revisited with a pink touch in a nod to the color of the international battle against breast cancer. Items range from a titanium bracelet with pink sapphires to bee-shaped pendants, earrings and brooches in white gold embellished with diamonds and pink enamel.
Starting from this month, the capsule collection will be available for a year at the Sabbadini stores in Milan and Saint Moritz, Switzerland. It will also travel across the world via the brand’s trunk shows hosted in key global locations, including New York. With prices spanning from 2,000 to 18,000 euros, the jewelry-maker will donate 30 percent of the proceeds of each piece sold to the nonprofit organization, which was founded in 1993 by the late Evelyn H. Lauder.

A Sabbadini bracelet with pink sapphires. 
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Lifestyle Brand Re-inc Launches Streetwear Capsule Collection

U.S. women’s national soccer stars Megan Rapinoe, Christen Press, Tobin Heath and Meghan Klingenberg achieved two milestones this year.
First, they represented the United States in the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup in France, arriving as returning champions and retaining their title. The second milestone is launching Re-inc, a purposeful lifestyle brand offering streetwear pieces for men and women.
“We created this line because streetwear is what we know. It’s what we wear every single day,” said Press, who serves as co-chief executive officer with her USWNT teammates. “And as females, we found that most streetwear is made by men and made for men’s bodies. We definitely wanted to separate masculinity and femininity from male and female, and we wanted to create this line that moved across the spectrum freely so that everybody could express themselves.”
The launch came after the 2019 World Cup and included an oversize white T-shirt for $ 125 and a cropped white T-shirt for $ 75 that both say: “Liberté Défendez” with a backward ‘e,’ which is the brand’s subtle branding and call to questioning any word or moment. The phrase translates to “Liberty, Defend,” nodding to their World Cup title defense and also plays on the French phrase “Liberté,

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L.B.M. 1911 Debuts Capsule Collection for Women

LADIES’ FIRST: L.B.M. 1911, one of the brands in the portfolio of the Mantua, Italy-based men’s suit-maker Lubiam, is making its first steps into women’s wear.
The label, which is renowned for its sartorial men’s wear offering, will debut a women’s wear capsule collection of blazers.
Dubbed “Lady Jacket,” the line features seven slim-fit styles merging the sartorial heritage of the company with utilitarian ease.
Styles range from two-button daytime jackets offered in different colors such as blue, azure, brick and olive green — in addition to a checked alternative — to double-breasted options in off-white and in an eccentric mauve camouflage pattern. Fabrics include cotton jerseys and blends of cotton, linen and wool, which in some cases have been mixed with silk to add an iridescent touch in the garments.
Launching next month, the capsule collection will be available in a selection of multibrand stores across Italy, the U.S., France, Spain, Switzerland and Ukraine with prices spanning from 500 euros to 650 euros.
As reported, earlier this year L.B.M. 1911 launched another capsule collection in partnership with the creative director of the I’m Isola Marras brand and Antonio Marras’ eldest son Efisio Marras. The men’s wear line hinged on sartorial looks revisited with a punk

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St. John Rebooting With Capsule Collection by New Creative Director

St. John, the Irvine, Calif.-based brand most often associated with Washington, D.C., female power brokers of a certain age, is rebooting again with a high-fashion capsule collection launching Thursday under a new creative director.
The 16 head-to-toe looks, priced from $ 800 for a sheer, silk knit bodysuit to $ 6,800 for a graphic-looking, textural open-knit dress, will debut at a press event in New York City Wednesday and be available to shop the next day online, and via Instagram and WeChat in China.
It’s the first collection from the brand’s new creative director Zoe Turner, a British-born knitwear designer who worked at Max Mara, Alberta Ferretti and Dior under John Galliano and Raf Simons, and consulted for St. John for eight months before being hired for the top job in October.
“I’ve come from a luxury knitwear background, and St. John is a luxury American knitwear brand, so for me, to work on such a  project is really exciting,” said Turner, who is so new to the company she’s still living in hotels and commuting back and forth from Europe. “When I found out about this job and went to Irvine, it was magical because of all the facilities,” she said, referencing the brand’s

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Varvatos Creates Led Zeppelin Capsule

Leave it to John Varvatos to commemorate the debut of Led Zeppelin with a special apparel capsule.
On Monday, the designer released an exclusive collection that he worked on with the band to celebrate the release of their debut album on Jan. 12, 1969.
“Working with Led Zeppelin on this collaboration is a dream come true,” Varvatos said. “Their music and style has had a huge influence on me. It’s been incredible developing this collection with the band, and creating clothes that represent the roots of their style, but at the same time are extremely relevant today.”
The pieces include a distressed leather coat, a tour jacket bomber, a speckled sport coat, a leather jacket, T-shirt, jeans and scarves.
Varvatos has worked with the band members, including guitarist Jimmy Page, who appeared in his spring 2013 campaign. “I’m pleased that there is now a Led Zeppelin collection,” Page said. “I was really impressed with how everything came out.”
“The Varvatos style is unique, he’s out on his own,” added Robert Plant. “Above and beyond the crowd below.”
The collection is available on the Varvatos web site, in its stores and in select specialty stores.

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EXCLUSIVE: Acne Studios Teams With Russell Westbrook for Men’s Capsule Collection

TEAM PLAYER: According to Acne Studios creative director Jonny Johansson, the inspiration for the label’s capsule collection with basketball player Russell Westbrook was simple: “Denim and Russell — nothing more, nothing less.”
After casting the Houston Rockets point guard in its spring 2019 campaign, the Swedish label is continuing its creative partnership with Westbrook by debuting a 10-piece denim-heavy men’s wear collection, which includes outerwear, oversize shirts, jeans and shorts.
Launching Oct. 28, the capsule was teased by Westbrook himself, who wore some of the pieces to attend the Acne Studios men’s spring 2020 show in Paris. Prices start at 280 euros, or $ 310, for a pair of shorts, while jeans are priced at 320 euros, or $ 355, and jackets 550 euros, or $ 610.
In addition to an Eighties-style light blue acid wash denim, the boxy silhouettes were also done in a turquoise version, Westbrook’s favorite color. The hue was used on a half-zip Windbreaker featuring a large patch pocket on the front and drawstring hem as well as a denim utility vest with oversized front pockets and piping along the seams.

Russell Westbrook models a silhouette from his collection with Acne Studios. 
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Christopher Raeburn’s Latest Timberland Capsule

Timberland has revealed Christopher Raeburn’s first capsule collection as the brand’s global creative director.
Although the London-based designer collaborated with the brand previously, this fall-winter 2019 collection spans footwear, outerwear, sportswear and bags, and is completed while in his new role, which was revealed last October as part of a broader partnership with the brand. Raeburn’s first mainline collection for Timberland will debut fall 2020.
“There’s real momentum building around responsible design, which is fantastic,” said Raeburn. For the past 10 years, the designer has been a pioneering force in exploring responsible design practices. Raeburn favors functional fabrics that are “steeped in authenticity” and explores this in his Raemade philosophy built on three pillars: “remade, reduced, recycled.”
The design philosophy complements that of Timberland and the brand’s parent company, VF Corp.
Both Timberland and The North Face are commandeering strategic alignment on larger sustainable initiatives under VF Corp., with Raeburn at Timberland; and Tim Hamilton, head of global creative at The North Face; leading the charge in communicating each brand’s passion for nature in an authentic way.
The Raemade philosophy largely guided this season’s fall-winter capsule collection for Timberland. Sharing more insight Raeburn said, “The process started by deconstructing original military parachutes and reconstructing them

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Wrangler, Opening Ceremony to Create ‘Value’ Capsule Collection

It ain’t just for cowboys anymore.
Wrangler, a brand created initially for the professional rodeo cowboy, is now cozying up to the high-fashion community.
Last month, the brand opened a six-week-long pop-up at Fred Segal’s Los Angeles flagship to showcase a capsule collection of modern interpretations of archival pieces from four pivotal times in its history: 1919 as well as the Sixties, Seventies and Eighties.
Now it is partnering with Opening Ceremony on a reinterpretation of some of its key products from the Eighties and Nineties. Called Value, the collection includes oversize cargo pants, wide-leg jeans and graphic Ts in heavyweight fabrics. There are also checked shirts, hooded popper jackets with retro colorblocking and boxy jeans with zip-off legs.
The collection’s name is a nod to the mass merchants that sold the original versions of the pieces. But the new Value collection, which is made from all organic cotton, has more of a street style vibe and is being produced in limited quantities. The collection is being sold exclusively at Opening Ceremony stores and on its web site beginning Thursday. The collection will range in price from $ 40 for a T-shirt and $ 70 for a rugby shirt to $ 140 for a zippered jacket.

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Calvin Klein Reveals CK50 Capsule, Ads Feature Justin and Hailey Bieber

In recognition of 50 years of provocation and self-expression, Calvin Klein will introduce the CK50 Collection on calvinklein.com and amazon.com on Oct. 15 for a limited time.
The capsule features classic silhouettes with unexpected logo placements. Prints include an all-over repeating monogram and high-impact logo detailing across women’s denim styles, dresses and sweatshirts and men’s denim and crewnecks. T-shirts and underwear round out the collection. Certain styles in the capsule have a CK50 leather pouch.
Retail prices range from $ 28 to $ 170.
The company, which was founded in 1968, is acknowledging over five decades of pop culture relevance and iconic essentials.
Accompanying the capsule is a campaign photographed by Glen Luchford, that broke today and will roll out globally over the next few weeks. The series of visuals reflect historic moments and themes across multiple decades. For example, ads feature Justin Bieber, alongside his wife Hailey Bieber, marking their first campaign together, as well as A$ AP Rocky, Kendall Jenner, Troye Sivan, Liu Wen, Parker Van Noord and Rebecca Leigh Longendyke.

A$ AP Rocky is featured in the CK50 campaign. 
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The campaign will be accompanied by a video and will roll out with a digital-first, socially powered mind-set supported by digital, social and high-impact outdoor locations.

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RSVP Gallery and BJ The Chicago Kid to Release Capsule

Chicago retailer RSVP Gallery continues its love affair with musicians, launching a capsule collection with singer BJ The Chicago Kid to support the Grammy-nominated artist’s “1123” album.
The small capsule includes a T-shirt, hoodie and sweatshirt with an original artwork of BJ by Philadelphia-born street artist Al-Baseer Holly, or ABH. Pieces range from $ 50 to $ 80.
“Getting the opportunity to work with [streetwear designer] Don [C] and ABH on this project was truly special for me,” said BJ. “Don is a Chicago legend and I have been a fan of ABH’s work for a while now, very proud of how far he has come artistically. It’s an honor to have these guys help me showcase another side of my new album ‘1123.’”
BJ The Chicago Kid is a veteran artist that has collaborated on songs with Kanye West, Kendrick Lamar, Common, Solange Knowles and Chance the Rapper. “1123” is BJ’s third album that launched in July and features the track “Feel the Vibe” with Anderson Paak, which appeared on Barack Obama’s summer playlist on Spotify. The album is a follow up to “In My Mind,” the Grammy Award-nominated album that included songs “Woman’s World” and “Turnin’ Me Up” that were also nominated for

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Alife and Lee Jeans Celebrate Their Histories With Capsule Collection

Alife and Lee Jeans are launching on Oct. 3 their first collaboration, nodding to both brands’ storied histories.
The streetwear brand is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year, while Lee commemorates 130 years of business and denim heritage with the collaboration. Alife founder Rob Cristofaro said he wore Lee Jeans growing up in New York in the Seventies when the denim brand served as the unofficial uniform for the city’s youth.
The collection nods to Lee’s archive and includes pieces such as tapered corduroy jeans and jackets for $ 150, selvedge denim jeans and jackets ranging in price from $ 240 to $ 260, and graphic T-shirts featuring Buddy Lee, the denim brand’s advertising mascot from 1920 to 1962, wearing an Alife logo hoodie and Alife/Lee selvage denim jacket and jeans. Lee also produced cobranded khaki hoodies that reference the brand’s leather patch.
Many of the denim pieces are crafted with fabric sourced from the Cone Mills White Oak Plant, the last selvage denim mill in the U.S. that closed permanently in 2017, and have Alife allover print patterns and Lee brand patches.
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James Harden and Daniel Patrick to Create Capsule

Daniel Patrick and NBA superstar James Harden are cooking up a capsule collection.
The designer previewed the basketball-inspired offering and two pairs of Adidas Harden 4.0 sneakers at an event in New York City on Wednesday that drew NBA athletes P.J. Tucker and Javale McGee and other guests.
The two pieces that Patrick teased, a tan hoodie and black basketball shorts, are signature styles for Patrick, who launched his own label with his wife, Jenny, in 2011. The hoodie is oversized with a taller, basketball short waistband, velvet in its hood and neon green fat stripes on the sleeves that Patrick said he “wanted to be the focal point of the collection.” The black basketball shorts have a neon green waistband and velvet pockets to match the hoodie.
Both pieces feature dual tags that have Patrick and Harden’s signatures, a rubberized 3-D logo and Adidas badge of sport logo, which Patrick explained is done differently in the capsule. “We got the outline without the symbol so it’s more of a graphic,” the designer said.
The Harden 4.0 sneakers, which the Houston Rockets star will be wearing beginning Nov. 1, also sport neon green colors — one totally on the upper with a gray toe,

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DKNY Hits the Subways and Buses With MTA Capsule

DKNY is taking its collection literally to the streets, buses and subways.
It has teamed with the MTA to design a 10-piece, limited-edition capsule that includes classic DKNY styles from shirt dresses and oversize anoraks to printed nylon joggers and hooded sweater dresses emblazoned with “No Parking” signs. Retail prices range from $ 89 for tops to $ 379 for outerwear.
DKNY will also participate in New Yorkers’ daily commute with more than 50,000 DKNY-branded MetroCards distributed across select subway stations starting Sept. 9. Among these stations are Herald Square, Union Square, Houston Street and both Halsey Street stations.

The DKNY Metrocard. 

The collection will be available on dkny.com and select Macy’s locations, DKNY outlets in the U.S., and DKNY stores internationally.

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Inside Sporting Kansas City and Bldwn’s Capsule Collection

Bldwn, an American fashion brand, is collaborating with Kansas City’s Major League Soccer team, Sporting Kansas City, on a limited-edition collection that takes you right to left field.
“We want to tell our local story on a global stage. We have a passion for fashion and sports, so we want to push the boundaries of what this type of collaboration can do to bring people together,” said John Moncke, vice president of brand revenue and stadium at Sporting Kansas City. “Sporting and Bldwn began in KC, and we’re both representing the local area far beyond.”
The partnership was a special connection from the beginning, with Bldwn and Sporting Kansas City desiring to place the fan, who may also be a customer, at the heart of local sports culture.
“I’ve known Matt Baldwin [founder of Bldwn], and the collaboration has happened behind the scenes for a long time. I’ve picked his brain about things like our uniform design to branded events that we have hosted for fans,” Moncke added. “One of our conversations even led to building a soccer field on the roof of a building for an event a few years ago.”
SKC x Bldwn emphasizes comfort and community, with each piece celebrating Sporting

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First Look: Hugo Boss Capsule Collection by Leading Industrial Designer Konstantin Grcic

Hugo Boss has collaborated with Konstantin Grcic, one of Germany’s most influential industrial designers, on a limited capsule collection for fall 2019.
Grcic’s award-winning work in seating and lighting is featured in the permanent collections of the world’s leading museums, including MoMA in New York and the Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris; in 2010, he was named designer of the year at Design Miami. Over his almost three-decades-long career, Grcic is perhaps best known for his focus on utility and simplicity — high fashion seems rather a long way from his usual remit.
But not at all, Grcic told WWD as he showed off his Boss capsule collection in his airy Berlin studio, a converted factory floor with large windows and long white desks. “Beauty has a function, too,” he explained. “And if things are only practical, and not appealing, then you have a very different relationship to those objects.
“I don’t want to stretch the metaphor too far but chairs come close to something that we almost wear,” he added. Grcic’s chairs have won design prizes and several feature in museum collections. “So it’s not a completely strange world to me.”
This isn’t his first tie-up with a fashion brand either: In the

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Robert Graham Teams With ‘Star Wars’ for First Capsule

IN A GALAXY FAR, FAR AWAY: Robert Graham is feeling the force.
The brand best known for its embellished men’s shirts, has inked a deal for its first collaboration, a capsule collection with “Star Wars” and the latest iteration of its popular film series, “Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker,” set to be released on Dec. 20.
In November, Robert Graham will introduce a collection of three men’s button-down shirts, two men’s sport coats, three men’s T-shirts, two women’s button-downs, one women’s T-shirt, one women’s bomber and five pocket squares. Among the styles will be the Leia blouse, the Light Speed button down, and the Vader Saber T-shirt.
The collection will be sold at Robert Graham stores and the company’s e-commerce site as well as select high-end specialty stores. Retail prices will be consistent with other pieces in the brand’s line. It will be released in November.
“The Rise of Skywalker” is the third installment of the “Star Wars” sequel trilogy and the final episode in the nine-part “Skywalker” story.

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Rodarte Presents Eighties-Themed Capsule Collection at L.A. Roller Disco Party

It was an Eighties-themed night seemingly off the set of “Stranger Things” inside Milk Studios on Thursday in Los Angeles, where Rodarte designers Kate and Laura Mulleavy showcased a limited-edition capsule collection.
“We wanted something that spoke to nostalgia a little bit, but also felt of-the-moment,” shared Laura of the event, a collaboration with IMG’s Made and Mastercard.
Neon lights filled the room, which featured a see-now-buy-now Fred Segal Sunset pop-up in the style of a romanticized teenage bedroom. The line of T-shirts, selling for $ 150 each, and sweatshirts for $ 280 — with “Radarte” written across the front — is a collaboration with artist Mari Eastman and sold exclusively at the retail store starting today until Aug. 14.
“Made approached us and said that they were going to do a series of projects where they want you to unite with an artist,” said Laura prior to the presentation, which had models strutting around a makeshift roller-skating rink. “We immediately thought, ‘Oh, this is an amazing opportunity to work with an artist that we admire,’ and we’ve known Mari for years. She’s an amazing painter and professor. Everything was very organic, and it was just a step-by-step process of doing something that was heartfelt

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Rodarte Teaming With Made for Capsule Collection, L.A. Party

Rodarte is throwing a summer party with the Bangles’ Susanna Hoffs on Aug. 1 in Los Angeles.
The Eighties-themed concert bash is being held in collaboration with Made and Mastercard to celebrate a new capsule collection of “Radarte” pieces incorporating artwork by Los Angeles-based painter Mari Eastman, which will be sold at L.A.’s Fred Segal beginning Aug. 2. The event is expected to draw 300 guests, including friends of Kate and Laura Mulleavy, models, celebrities and fashion notables from the Endeavor agency roster. (The designers are represented by the talent agency, which also owns Made.)
“We are so excited to make these T-shirts and sweatshirts featuring artwork by artist Mari Eastman. We are such fans of her body of work,” the Mulleavys said in a statement of the capsule, which will also incorporate blockchain technology developed by Mastercard.
“Mastercard is happy to be a part of this collaboration. We will address the 94 percent of supply chain leaders who think digital transformation will fundamentally change supply chains for the better with the unveiling of a technology that will help consumers explore the journey of the product and shop with confidence,” said a company statement from Mastercard.
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EXCLUSIVE: H&M Teams Up with Angel Chen on First China Designer Capsule

SHANGHAI — H&M is bringing its fashion designer collaboration initiatives to China, and designer Angel Chen has created a 45-piece capsule with the retailer’s design team. The collection is due to hit stores in September.
This marks the first time H&M has worked with a Chinese design talent in pursuit of generating buzz among the local fashion community, as well as tapping into the young, fashion-minded, affluent and well-traveled Chinese speaking consumer since the collection will not only be available in China both online and in stores but also in countries with dense Chinese populations, such as Singapore, Malaysia, Philippines and Canada.
Magnus Olsson, country manager of H&M Greater China, said, “The fashion industry is undergoing a transformation, and consumers are constantly changing. We always aspire to create fashion that offers our local customers something new, delivering a good balance between fashion basics, current fashion and the very latest trends. Therefore, we are experimenting with various ways in different markets around the world to bring outstanding design and products to local consumers.
“Angel Chen is a pioneer Chinese designer brand with its colorful approach to fashion coupled with the brand’s core concept of fusion of Eastern and Western aesthetics,” Olsson said, adding that

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Atlanta de Cadenet Taylor and Fame and Partners Collaborate on Capsule

Atlanta de Cadenet Taylor, the 27-year-old model, DJ and podcaster who’s also the daughter of Duran Duran bassist John Taylor and TV host and photographer Amanda de Cadenet, has a new gig. She’s teaming with Fame & Partners, a Los Angeles-contemporary collection of made-to-order essentials, on a capsule collection, which launches today.
The eight-piece capsule, which is available for a three-month period, is designed to recognize diversity with almost zero-waste sustainable manufacturing. The collection focuses on body inclusivity and will be sold exclusively online at fameandpartners.com.
“It allows us to have capabilities to customize each piece,” said Breanna Warner, who oversees brand marketing for Fame and Partners. She said customers can customize colors, length of the skirts, length of the tops, and size. They can also add straps for support. The pieces are manufactured in China.
Retail prices range from $ 129 to $ 279 and sizes run the gamut from 0-22.
De Cadenet Taylor and the team worked together to create pieces that fit women’s various body types properly.
“Breanna and I are friends and we were talking about doing something for a while, and she was a fan of my podcast,” said de Cadenet Taylor, when asked how the deal came together. “I always wanted

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YG Celebrates Release of Summer Capsule

LOS ANGELES — “Rats Die Slow” reads the back of one 4Hunnid T-shirt.
The message needs no explanation rapper YG (né Keenon Daequan RayJackson) said about one of the pieces from his brand 4Hunnid’s summer capsule. The recently released collection of mostly T-shirts and a pair of basketball shorts is a nod to summer and beautiful women, he went on to say as he described the items.
“It’s really just representing our lifestyle during the summer,” he said. “When summer hits, a lot of people do a lot of things and they plan a lot of trips. I wanted to make a capsule based around pretty females.”
Most of the pieces bear phrases the music artist said represent the lifestyle of “having a good time, being real, being authentic, enjoying yourself, chasing your dream and getting your money.” The capsule debuted at an event Thursday evening that included a gallery-like installation of photos from the capsule’s look book imagery.
4Hunnid, also the name of YG’s record label under Interscope, started in early 2016. It largely won a following as artist merchandise but that changed last year with the introduction of a cut-and-sew collection that made its debut at a star-studded fashion show that drew

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Umbro, Kinfolk Collaborate on Rio-Themed Capsule

Umbro has teamed with Kinfolk, a streetwear label and retailer based in Brooklyn, on an ath-leisure-based collection inspired by the classic sportswear worn by the youth of Rio de Janeiro.
Classic Kinfolk and Umbro styles are being updated with the colors and signatures of the city such as the wavy pattern on the sidewalks of the Copacabana and the red, white and black of Flamengo, one of Brazil’s largest nightclubs. The club was a big part of Umbro’s 95-year history during the Nineties and its trademark bright colors were used for the collection.
“Rio’s street energy and the diversity of the city’s youth is super exciting. Kids dress with style, using what they have and wear it or customize it to make it unique,” said Jey Perie, Kinfolk’s cofounder and creative director. “I also love the incorporation of all the football jerseys in everyday street style. The Brazilian league still has the best football jersey design.”
To capture the collection, Kinfolk also worked with Brazilian photographer Ricardo Beliel, who captured the culture and atmosphere of the Maracanã Stadium in the Seventies and Eighties.
Helene Hope, Umbro’s head of global brand marketing, said the collection “captures the true vibrancy, spirit and energy of Brazilian street fashion.”
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Stone Island x Nike Golf Capsule Kicks Off With Rory McIlroy

MILAN — The latest collaboration between Stone Island and Nike will be unveiled on July 18, the opening day of the prestigious four-day golf tournament the Open Championship, at its 148th edition, hosted this year at the Royal Portrush Golf Club in Northern Ireland.
The two pieces of the Stone Island x Nike Golf capsule, including a jacket and a crewneck, will be worn by Rory McIlroy.
“Knowing that the conditions during the tournament can change quickly, and can be quite challenging, we wanted to focus on outerwear,” said Kelly Tweeden, vice president and creative director for Nike Golf, Nike Tennis and Nike Skateboarding. “As experts in creating product that performs as well as it looks, Stone Island was a natural partner in finding the best solutions.”
Designed to facilitate the body’s movement, especially during the swing phase, and guarantee optimal thermic regulation, the jacket and the crewneck are crafted from a military cotton satin fabric bonded to a breathable, water-repellent membrane. The color palette includes gray, turquoise and yellow, this last used only for the crewneck.
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Fendi to Launch Capsule Collection With Jackson Wang

MILAN — Fendi is launching a capsule collection in collaboration with singer and songwriter Jackson Wang, who is also the house’s brand ambassador in China.
Realized under the creative direction of Silvia Venturini Fendi, the capsule is marked by the black color and the tone-on-tone FF logo — used all over or in the form of a band — and shows a “Fendi Team Wang” logo. In addition to a selection of ready-to-wear pieces, including a formal suit and more easy jumpers and T-shirts and pants, the collection comprises a black leather Baguette bag with the FF logo in velvet embroidered on the frontal flap, a clutch and a chenille baseball hat, as well as running sneakers and slide sandals with an innovative air sole.
Black velvet and chenille are the main materials.
 
 

Jackson Wang wearing the capsule. 
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The Fendi x Jackson Wang capsule will launch in 33 select Fendi boutiques and on fendi.cn starting from July 20. To mark the launch of the capsule, on July 21 Wang will hold a concert in Chengdu at the Play House Club.
Also, a playful panda installation called Fendidi, designed with artist Oscar Wang, will stand at the entrance of Shamao Street at Chengdu IFS July

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Todd Snyder, Reyn Spooner to Offer Aloha-themed Capsule

Todd Snyder has found his next partner.
The designer, who has collaborated with brands such as Champion, Timex and New Era, has now teamed with Reyn Spooner, a Hawaiian heritage brand founded in 1956, on his latest limited-edition offering.
When he was working on his spring 2019 collection, Snyder looked to his large Reyn Spooner personal archive and then reached out to his friend, Reyn Spooner creative director Doug Burkman, to incorporate archival fabrics and original prints into the runway show for that season.
Now the two companies have created a Reyn Spooner x Todd Snyder limited-edition capsule that offers five Reyn Spooner printed fabrics in new silhouettes of suits, shirts, shorts, hats and totes. They will launch at the designer’s flagship in the Flatiron District on Tuesday and his e-commerce site on Wednesday.
“I have been an avid collector of vintage since working at Ralph Lauren in the Nineties and Reyn Spooner is the best for printed aloha shirts dating back to the Sixties,” Snyder said. “I have a few gems that I’m showcasing for the launch in June. Reyn Spooner is the original in their space and I have been feeling the return of printed aloha shirts for the past few seasons.

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Dsquared2, Drake’s OVO Collaborate on Capsule

TEAM CANADA: Dsquared2 has teamed with October’s Very Own, the lifestyle brand founded by Canadian musician Drake with entrepreneur Oliver El-Khatib and longtime producer Noah “40” Shebib, on a men’s capsule collection.
In particular, Dsquared2 founders and creative directors Dean and Dan Caten reworked the OVO signature logo, which, instead of featuring the usual owl, shows two owls — an homage to the idea of duplicity rooted in the Canadian-Italian label, actually established and managed by the Caten twins.
The two owls, combined with the graphic Dsquared2 logo, embellish a range of urban pieces, spanning from a dark indigo jacket, medium blue jeans, a gray hoodie with coordinated fleece track pants, T-shirts, as well as a beanie and a baseball cap.

Dsquared2 x OVO capsule 
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“We have this intuitive cultural understanding between us, we are all from Toronto, Canada power, working with Drake was like creating with the third D, D cubed to the power of three,” said Dean Caten. “We feel that collaborations unify forces from different industries, whether it is fashion or music, coming together is the way to go,” added Dan Caten.
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Caroline Constas Designs Exclusive Capsule at Bergdorf Goodman

CONSTAS CAPSULE: Caroline Constas, the advanced contemporary company, has designed an exclusive capsule for Bergdorf Goodman. The capsule is separate from the seasonal buy at Bergdorf’s, which has carried Constas’ collection for the past three years.
The capsule, which retails from $ 395 to $ 995, is housed in its own 20-by-10-foot pop-in space, located on Bergdorf’s fifth floor. It has a jet-set theme, incorporating the brand’s DNA such as whimsical toile prints, bold stripes and ginghams. The main colors are vibrant orchids, blues and saffron yellow. It’s a one-time capsule.
The capsule, consisting of 12 ready-to-wear and three swim styles, is called Caroline Constas Mer.
The offering will go into Bergdorf’s today and will be available online on Thursday. It will be celebrated at an event at Bergdorf’s Thursday from 4 to 7 p.m., where Constas will be on hand.

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Haspel to Celebrate 110th Anniversary With Vintage Capsule

It was 110 years ago when Joseph Haspel Sr. created a suit out of an unusual puckered Indian fabric called seersucker that could hold up to the New Orleans heat and still look good.
Fast forward to today, and Laurie Haspel Aronson, the great granddaughter of Haspel and chief executive officer of the family-owned business, is celebrating that milestone with a special vintage capsule collection, a retail partnership and a number of parties and pop-ups that kick off for spring and will continue throughout the year.
“We’re bringing the roots back to New Orleans,” said Aronson, who is headquartered in nearby Baton Rouge, La. “It’s in our DNA and part of our brand strategy.”
To that point, Haspel has partnered with Rubensteins, the venerable men’s store in New Orleans, to sell the entire spring collection in its Canal Street store. In 2017, Haspel moved from a wholesale model to direct-to-consumer. Rubensteins is its only retail account.
This past weekend, the two companies teamed for a two-day trunk show to celebrate the start of the festival season in New Orleans with an event benefiting the Jewish Children’s Regional Service. In addition, Haspel will be a sponsor of the French Quarter Festival, a Louisiana-skewed music event,

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SoundLogic XT Rechargeable Wireless Bluetooth Mini Capsule Speaker with Keychain

SoundLogic XT Rechargeable Wireless Bluetooth Mini Capsule Speaker with Keychain


The SoundLogic XT Bluetooth mini capsule speaker offers great quality sound with Bluetooth 2.1 technology. It features a powerful 3W driver for excellent sound. With the ultra-compact size and handy carabiner clip, it can be easily fitted into or onto a backpack, suitcase, or a travel bag. This speaker is strong enough to fill up a kitchen, living room, or classroom. It is ideal for personal usage, or picnic with friends and family. Connect wirelessly via Bluetooth V2.1 technology up to 33 feet away Compatible with Bluetooth enabled devices such as smartphones, tablets, etc. Use a 3.5mm aux cable (included) to play music from smartphones, tablets, MP3 players, iPod, computers, netbooks, laptops, etc. Built-in 3.7V rechargeable Li-ion battery (Input: DC 5V / 0.5A) Includes: 3.5mm aux cable, MicroUSB charging cable, and an instruction manual Product Dimensions: 4 x 2 x 2

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Michael Kors Designs Capsule for T Galleria

Michael Kors has designed a capsule collection exclusive to Hong Kong-based travel retailer T Galleria by DFS. The duty-free operator said the collection features a Jet Set Messenger handbag with a chain strap and a two-tone watch and jewelry set in gold and rose gold tones. The goods will debut in T Galleria stores in Auckland, Bali, Guam, Hawaii, Hong Kong, Macau and Singapore come April 26.

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Forward by Elyse Walker, CFDA Link for Retail Mentorship, Capsule Collections

Online retailer Forward by Elyse Walker and the Council of Fashion Designers of America have linked to launch the CFDA & Forward Rising Talent Retail Program, in which Walker, her buying team and partners Mike Mente and Mike Karanikolas of Revolve.com will mentor up-and-coming luxury fashion designers with retail strategies as well as guiding them in the development of exclusive capsule collections for Forward.
Designers Juan Carlos Obando, Erin Beatty and Max Osterweis of Suno and Veronica Miele Beard and Veronica Swanson Beard of Veronica Beard were hand-selected by both parties for the inaugural program, a two-day workshop in Los Angeles on best practices across various verticals through a retail market lens to achieve the next stage of growth. There will be a celebratory cocktail party Tuesday in Los Angeles at the W Hollywood.
“Forward has always been a champion of emerging designers, and with the current shake-ups in the fashion industry, from e-commerce and fast fashion to social shopping, it’s a challenging time for early talent to achieve that critical next stage in their growth,” said Walker, fashion director of Forward. “We really care how their brands are evolving and want to sit back outside the hustle and bustle of fashion week

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London Designer Katie Eary Teams With KFC on Capsule Collection

PLAYING CHICKEN: KFC has recruited edgy London men’s wear designer Katie Eary in its mission to demonstrate how much can be done in a lunch hour.
As part of the fast food brand’s #PackMoreIntoLunch campaign, KFC challenged Eary to create a capsule women’s wear collection for spring 2016 in 60 minutes.
On the day of the challenge, 25 machinists sewed like crazy to create 13 looks, worn by 10 models in a catwalk show at the Old Truman Brewery in London.
The collection, like the playful and irreverent men’s wear Eary is known for, was brightly colored, with a palette rooted in fluorescent orange and green.
Butterflies were the print motif, superimposed over hypersized KFC chickens — it shouldn’t have worked but it did. Floaty silk chiffon minidresses and cropped tops came with a lovely ostrich feather trim in neon green.
A red bias-cut slipdress that reached just above the ankles managed to be sexy and sophisticated, while the twist-front swimsuits had definite commercial appeal.
Of course, some preparations had been made. The collection had been finalized two weeks before: All the patterns had been made, and almost everything had been pre-cut for the 60-minute sew-a-thon.
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Roksanda Marks 10 Years with Capsule Collection

Roksanda Turns 10: Roksanda Ilincic’s Roksanda label marks its 10th anniversary this year, and the London-based designer has dipped back into her archive to celebrate the milestone.
The designer has this week launched a 10-piece capsule collection that’s inspired by Ilincic’s back catalogue of designs — which make a feature of bold colors and strong silhouettes — over the past 10 years.
The looks include the Margot dress that Ilincic first showed in spring 2012, a shift dress with tuliplike sleeves, which she’s redone in tomato red and a voluminous, tiered smock dress, which originally came in deep purple, but is now in black.
Ilincic said looking back at her archive, she believes that “as a designer you evolve and change season to season.” “Culture has changed and the economic situation has changed,” Ilincic mused, noting that all those influences impact her aesthetic.
And while Ilincic launched her line on the London Fashion Week schedule for spring 2006 with “12 occasion dresses,” the line now comprises looks that her woman can wear “seven days a week,” the designer said. Alongside ready-to-wear, the label also includes a children’s collection, Blossom, and swimwear, while looking ahead she has categories such as handbags and fine jewelry in her

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Zegna Unveils Japan-Made Capsule Collection

TOKYO—In bid to highlight this country’s high level of craftsmanship and lure new customers, Ermenegildo Zegna is rolling out an exclusive capsule collection made entirely in Japan by local artisans.
The 22-piece collection, labeled “Ermenegildo Zegna Couture Made in Japan”, will go on sale Saturday at Zegna’s flagship in Ginza. It will bow at the brand’s Osaka store on Oct. 1. The company plans to roll out certain pieces to other stores around the world later this year.
Zegna celebrated the collection’s launch with a cocktail party Thursday night at the recently opened Aman Tokyo hotel in the central business district of Otemachi. Stefano Pilati, Zegna’s head of design, and chief executive Gildo Zegna hosted the affair. Guests sipped champagne as they mingled in the lobby area of the hotel, where a nearly 100-foot-high ceiling creates the illusion of being inside a giant Japanese paper lantern.
Photographer Takashi Homma shot the capsule collection on five Japanese “key opinion leaders,” including actor Ryo Kase, who appeared in Clint Eastwood’s “Letters from Iwo Jima,” as well as a chef, a musician and an architect. Homma’s photos were on display at the party, along with a video about the project and the collection itself. Olivier Zahm,

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Capsule Men’s RTW Spring 2016

Capsule nabbed a slot at New York Fashion Week: Men’s and showcased seven emerging designers who will also appear at the trade show next week.
 
London-based brand CMMN explored the concept of real versus fake for its spring collection and this was realized with silhouettes that were purposely off. Cropped jackets with longer sleeves were styled with wide-leg trousers and shorter, slim pants. On the fabric side, technical nylons and latex were paired with organic denim and French terry. It was a nice play on proportion and fabric that made for a strong offering.
 
Maiden Noir’s lineup was based on atmospheric, landscape photographs taken by Amanda Ringstad. On-trend staples — anoraks, bomber jackets, jogging pants and matching denim coordinates — came in either washed-out fabrics or strong jolts of cobalt and copper. It was a fresh interpretation of commercial pieces.
 
There was a nautical tone in Baartmans and Siegel’s collection. Coming in various shades of blue, white and gray, the assortment featured a utilitarian jacket covered in an enlarged digital print and sailing shorts worn over chambray styles. The designers updated luxury sportswear nicely with print and texture.
 
Matthew Miller’s spring line consisted of the idea of taking a classic piece and juxtaposing it

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Capsule Men’s RTW Spring 2016

Capsule nabbed a slot at New York Fashion Week: Men’s and showcased seven emerging designers who will also appear at the trade show next week.
 
London-based brand CMMN explored the concept of real versus fake for its spring collection and this was realized with silhouettes that were purposely off. Cropped jackets with longer sleeves were styled with wide-leg trousers and shorter, slim pants. On the fabric side, technical nylons and latex were paired with organic denim and French terry. It was a nice play on proportion and fabric that made for a strong offering.
 
Maiden Noir’s lineup was based on atmospheric, landscape photographs taken by Amanda Ringstad. On-trend staples — anoraks, bomber jackets, jogging pants and matching denim coordinates — came in either washed-out fabrics or strong jolts of cobalt and copper. It was a fresh interpretation of commercial pieces.
 
There was a nautical tone in Baartmans and Siegel’s collection. Coming in various shades of blue, white and gray, the assortment featured a utilitarian jacket covered in an enlarged digital print and sailing shorts worn over chambray styles. The designers updated luxury sportswear nicely with print and texture.
 
Matthew Miller’s spring line consisted of the idea of taking a classic piece and juxtaposing it

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Galeries Lafayette Taps Hyères Finalist for Capsule Line

NEW FACE: French department store chain Galeries Lafayette has tapped Louis-Gabriel Nouchi, a finalist in the 2014 edition of the Hyères Festival, to design a 15-piece capsule collection for fall set to go on sale on Sept. 23.
The collection is made up of minimalistic looks in bright colors that use abstract patterns and oversized volumes to mix feminine and masculine codes.
“The idea was to have that masculine-feminine ambivalence, on one side a very masculine woman who becomes even more feminine like that I think, and on the other side a man playing with the feminine codes without being ridiculous. It’s about the right balance between the two,” Nouchi said in a YouTube interview.
“I also really like color, because I think it’s the field in which we can try new combinations, new proportions,” he explained.
A graduate of La Cambre, Nouchi was spotted at the Hyères Festival, which Galeries Lafayette has sponsored for eight years. Recently, the retailer recruited young design duo Marius et Léonie to create a capsule collection for its Version Originale private label. It has also supported the ANDAM prize since 2003.

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Mary Katrantzou, Adidas Launch Second Capsule Collection

EIGHTIES EDGE: “I’m an Eighties baby, and it was amazing to just go back and look at all of these aerobics classes and the Seoul Olympics and just take symbols from that,” said Mary Katrantzou at the launch party in London for her second capsule collection for Adidas Originals. “We started thinking about symbolism and how we can take that within the context of Adidas. But also the silhouettes — there are little tennis dresses and diving suits and track tops so I thought that was a fun spin on the idea of symbols.” The party took place on the rooftop of Snap Studios in East London, with totem poles made by Katrantzou and the prop designer Richard Storey and adorned with the designer’s prints.
Katrantzou used collages made from sports items including a stopwatch, a tennis racket and a badminton shuttlecock for the 24-piece collection. Pieces include a structured T-shirt adorned with patches and crystals, a reversible varsity jacket, a crepe tank dress, leggings, tracksuit bottoms, boyfriend T-shirts, boy shorts, jersey swimsuits and footwear. Katrantzou also put a holographic spin on footwear with bold patterns and floral jacquards.
Prices range from 70 euros, or $ 76, for a graphic print tank to

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3X1 and Victor Cruz Create Capsule Collection

Victor Cruz has made another fashion play.
The New York Giants player, who fronts Givenchy’s fall 2015 campaign, has partnered with denim line 3X1 on a capsule collection that will be available this September. This is the first celebrity collaboration for the denim brand.
“We really like him as a person,” said Scott Morrison, founder of 3X1. “He came into the shop the first time after the Giants won the Super Bowl and we’ve always wanted to do something a little more unique and special on the men’s side.”
Cruz brought back ideas from a Japan research trip to help design the five-piece collection, which is called A Fall to Remember.
According to Morrison, the line is made from Japanese fabrics and features core items that can fill out a guy’s wardrobe. It includes a classic shirt-jacket with vintage-inspired patch details; a long-sleeve chambray shirt with ombré detailing on one sleeve; a coated denim pant with a tuxedo stripe; a pair of ripped jeans made from stretch selvedge denim, and an indigo dyed wool Melton military coat.
The line is priced from $ 325 for the tuxedo pant to $ 1,325 for the pure indigo wool coat and proceeds from the collection will go to the Victor

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Sarah Jessica Parker just launched a new capsule collection for Zappos Couture. Check out InStyle’s favorite shoes from the line.
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Swimwear Brand Everything But Water Creates Capsule Collection

30 FOR 30: Everything But Water, the swimwear specialty retail chain with more than 90 stores throughout the U.S., is marking three decades in business by commissioning a swimsuit or cover-up from 30 of its key designers. Gottex, Seafolly, Mara Hoffman, Marysia and 6 Shore Road are among the brands that reinterpreted classic styles worn by swim sirens from Esther Williams to Farrah Fawcett for the modern market.
The capsule collection, which retails from $ 54 to $ 599, is available exclusively at Everything But Water’s locations and online store. A series of trunk shows is also planned.

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Alexander McQueen Launches Capsule Collection of Silk Scarves

SILK STORY: Alexander McQueen has created a capsule collection of silk scarves to mark the launch of the designer’s “Savage Beauty” retrospective at the Victoria and Albert Museum, opening on Saturday. Each scarf features one of five designs drawn from signature house creations such as the Armadillo shoes from spring 2010, and the Spray Painted Dress from spring 1999. “Our silks remain the most popular and accessible product from the house, and we wanted everyone to be able to own a memento celebrating ‘Savage Beauty,’ featuring imagery from Lee’s most memorable collections,” said McQueen’s chief executive officer Jonathan Akeroyd. The capsule collection will be available in limited runs of only 100 for each design, and the scarves will retail for $ 595 at the Alexander McQueen flagship on Bond Street in London and at alexandermcqueen.com.

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Burberry Creates Capsule Collection for Barneys

A look from Burberry XO Barneys New York.

The brand has created a capsule collection — Burberry XO Barneys New York — inspired by its Prorsum collection.

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Karl Lagerfeld Taps Cartoonist Tiffany Cooper for Capsule Collection

Tiffany Cooper with her drawings.

Tiffany Cooper was invited by Karl Lagerfeld to create a capsule collection featuring her drawings of the designer and his famous pet Choupette.

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Apple Time Capsule 2TB

Apple Time Capsule 2TB


Even faster Time Machine backup. The Apple 2TB Time Capsule includes a wireless 2TB hard drive designed to work with Time Machine in OS X Leopard or later. Just set Time Capsule as the designated backup drive for Time Machine, and that’s it. Depending on how much data you have, your initial backup with Time Capsule could take overnight or longer. After it completes, only changed files are backed up – automatically, wirelessly, and in the background. So you never have to worry about backing up again. Even better, new technologies in Time Capsule and refinements to Time Machine make backing up to Time Capsule using OS X Lion up to 75 percent faster than before.Backup for everyone. Time Capsule includes a wireless 2TB or 3TB hard drive designed to work with Time Machine in OS X Leopard or later. Just set Time Capsule as the designated backup drive for Time Machine, and that’s it. Depending on how much data you have, your initial backup with Time Capsule could take overnight or longer. After it completes, only changed files are backed up – automatically, wirelessly, and in the background. So you never have to worry about backing up again. Even better, new technologies in Time Capsule and refinements to Time Machine make backing up to Time Capsule using OS X Lion up to 75 percent faster than before. Room for it all. Time Capsule is your one place for backing up everything. Its massive 2TB or 3TB server-grade hard drive gives you all the capacity and safety you need. So whether you have 250 songs or 250,000 songs to back up, room is the last thing you’ll run out of. And considering all that storage and protection come packaged in a high-speed Wi-Fi base station starting at 9, data isn’t the only thing you’re saving.Fits your Wi-Fi lifestyle. You can rest assured that Time Capsule works with other certified 802.11n devices. And it’s compatible with Mac computers and PCs that use 802.11a, b, or g technologies, as well as wireless devices such as iPhone, iPod touch, iPad, and Apple TV.Simultaneous dual-band operation. Some Wi-Fi devices use the 2.4GHz wireless band, including iPhone, iPod touch, and devices using 802.11b/g. Others can use either 2.4GHz or the higher-speed 5GHz band, such as the latest 802.11n-based Mac computers, iPad, and Apple TV. Instead of choosing one of the bands, Time Capsule operates simultaneously on both bands, and your multiband devices automatically use the best available band. Set up your Wi-Fi network with your iPad, iPhone, iPod touch, or Mac. With the setup assistant built into iOS 5 and OS X Lion, you’re just a few taps or clicks away from setting up a new wireless network or extending your current one. All you need to do is plug in your Time Capsule and connect it to your DSL or cable modem. Then simply select your Time Capsule in Wi-Fi settings in iOS 5, or from the Wi-Fi menu in OS X Lion, and follow the instructions. The setup assistant does the rest. In less time than it takes to make a cup of coffee, your network is up and running. Manage your wireless ntework from your iOS device or Mac. Once your network is set up, AirPort Utility for iOS 5 and OS X Lion lets you manage and monitor your Time Capsule from your iPad, iPhone, iPod touch, or Mac. It’s easier than ever to view the status of your Internet connection or add base stations to create a larger network. And if you want to do more – such as add a shared USB printer – it’s just as easy. Print command central. The included USB port is great for sharing a printer throughout your wireless network. Time Capsule and the Bonjour networking technology let everyone in the house or office – Mac and PC users alike – take advantage of one centrally located printer. And if you want to share both a printer and an additional hard drive, you can. Just connect a USB hub to Time Capsule. Whatever the combination, Time Capsule divides and conquers.
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Hammer Nutrition Hammer Capsule Dispenser

Hammer Nutrition Hammer Capsule Dispenser


Holds more than 20 Endurolytes capsulesAirtight & leak-proofSturdy hinged lid3.25″ tall, 1″ diameterMade in USA.
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