07.10.2021, Fashion News

Numéro Berlin’s weekly collection of the most exciting news about fashion, music and simply everything that is on our radar. And here is why it should be on yours as well!

Let’s start off strong with a limited edition by Dior and Technogym. Technogym and the French Haute Couture House have joined forces to design an exclusive series of limited-edition fitness products with the common goal of inspiring a lifestyle based on the values of health and excellence.

On Holidays with DAILY PAPER
Not even all the leaves have fallen from the trees and Daily Paper already brings us the absolute winter flair and sets the perfect tone for upcoming snowy winter days. High-contrast silhouettes and a clean aesthetic highlight the collection’s earthy colors, comfortable fits and recurring monogram prints. The collection includes essential soft cottons, embellished sweaters and cozy sherpa combos, as well as a range of new accessories.

Shigga Shay for HUGOlouder
In March 2021, Hugo Louder, a new music platform giving a voice to inspiring artists from all over the world, was launched. Now the platform features Singaporean hip-hop artist, songwriter, director and music producer Shigga Shay.

“The long-standing relationship between HUGO and music runs deep. We, at HUGO, believe in music and fashion as cultural statements of self-expression,” says Lüder Fromm, Director Global Marketing and Brand Communications. “With the latest project, we want to provide a platform to the voices of the future, inviting artists and the audience around the world to our unfolding brand adventure.”

KATIMO presents Fall/Winter 21/22 collection
Based in Kiev and founded in 2015 by Katya Tymoshenko and Vitaliy Panov, Katimo is known for their exceptional quality of fabrics used and clean and timeless sillhouettes, which survives the trend hustle and bustle of different seasons. And Fall/Winter 2021 remains skillfully true to this ethos.

LACOSTE unveils SS 2022 Ready-to-Wear Collection
Lacoste presented its Spring/Summer 2022 collection at Paris Fashion Week. Upcycled elements bring a vintage vibe to the new designs. The collection includes windbreakers, tracksuits, pleated skirts and cropped jackets. Bringing a new aesthetic to the brands heritage, Lacoste is balancing history and handcrafted spirit with new fashion trends. Of course: the beloved crocodile motif is never missing as well as the iconic polo shirt, now designed with stripes, ribs and fringes.

All Image Courtesy by mentioned brands