Plus Celine’s Spring 2023 film and Psycho Bunny opens up shop in Canada.
By Jillian Morgan
Date July 30, 2022
Jenny Bird drops JB Sun
Jenny Bird knows how to accessorize, so the Canadian jewelery queen’s move into eyewear makes perfect sense. Bringing her signature contemporary, bold designs to the world of sunglasses, the new Jenny Bird JB Sun collection comprises three silhouettes: ‘The Brow,’ ‘The Wrap,’ and ‘The Y2K.’ Made from sustainable materials, the frames are available in a chic selection of hues and pair perfectly with a set of JB hoops.
Brunette the Label and The Birds Papaya get cozy
You can never have too much loungewear, and Brunette the Label is here to help you grow your collection. The Canadian brand is collaborating with influencer Sarah Nicole Landry of The Birds Papaya on a collection of matching mom and child sets. Promising to fit sizes 00 through to 26 (XS/S-4XL/5XL), the sweatpants, sweatshirts, tee, biker shorts, tote bag, dad hat, claw clip and keychain are offered in soft pinks and black featuring roses, with prices ranging from $19 to $129.
Celine’s Spring 2023 menswear film is here
It’s one thing to see the photos from Celine’s Spring 2023 menswear show in Paris this past June, but it’s another to watch it all unfold on film. Directed by Hedi Slimane with music by New York band Gustaf, the video takes us back to that presentation that marked the 20th anniversary of Slimane’s inaugural show at the at the Palais de Tokyo in 2002. A reminder of the runway’s electric energy, now’s the time to reminisce on the collection’s co-mingling of punk and grunge.
Psycho Bunny hops into Canada
New York City’s Psycho Bunny is bringing its special brand of edgy menswear to the Great White North. Best known for remaging classic pieces like the polo, the label’s Canadian expansion comes almost two decades after its launch in 2005. Since then, Psycho Bunny has developed a cult following for its timeless yet contemporary clothing, which you can see for yourself at its new location in the Toronto Eaton Centre, opening July 31.
Toronto’s Adidem Asterisks* releases two capsule collections
Listen up, Torontonians: if Adidem Asterisks* isn’t already on your radar, here’s why it should be. The label just launched its dreamy Summer 2022 campaign, “Summer of Sounds,” along with two capsule collections, the Women’s Graffiti Capsule and Asterisks* Sport. The former is a selection of Y2K-esque tees and hats, while the latter freshens up sportswear pieces like jumpers and shorts. Supporting a small designer and building your collection of versatile fashion staples? Sounds like a win-win to us.
Olaeda opens its Toronto showroom
If you’re looking to add more Canadian brands to your jewelery collection, look no further than Olaeda. The Toronto-based company, founded by Talia Massaroni, has opened its own showroom at 2814 Dufferin Street, where customers can shop its 14k-gold filled or solid gold pieces in-person on Saturdays and Tuesdays from 9 am to 6 pm