Must-have fashion items for February 2024

Discover a world of enchanting fashion with our roundup of item releases that elevate style and celebrate the spirit of the season, including exclusive collaborations and limited-edition collections.

LOEWE

This enchanting collection, in collaboration with Japanese artist Suna Fujita, is a testament to LOEWE’s exquisite craftsmanship. A noteworthy and must-have piece from this partnership is, of course, the LOEWE Puzzle bag painted with Fujita’s adorable animals. In addition to the collaboration, LOEWE has simultaneously released the Pre-SS24 collection, focusing on the transitional collection in bold designs.

Fendi

In the Friends of Fendi project, Hiroshi Fujiwara, renowned for his streetwear brand FRAGMENT, is a long-time partner who leverages his multi-disciplinary practice for some of the house’s creations, including the famous Baguette bag. Together with Kim Jones and Silvia Venturini Fendi, the three have strengthened their bond by collaborating with the POKÉMON company to create a capsule collection highlighting each signature. The FF logo meets the POKÉMON’s Dratini, Dragonair, and Dragonite, creating a whimsical collection that is also dedicated to celebrating the 2024 Lunar New Year.

“It’s a living history that Hiroshi Fujiwara adds to with both FRGMT and Pokémon; he’s taken our handbags and made them into mini pop monuments.”

Silvia Venturini Fendi, FENDI Artistic Director of Accessories and Menswear, on the FENDI x FRGMT x POKÉMON

Fauré Le Page

The Year of the Dragon spells a year of power and independence. To celebrate that symbol and the Chinese New Year of 2024, Fauré Le Page has dedicated a limitededition and numbered collection featuring the Chinese mythical zodiac. Named Dragon Scale, the creature adorns an array of the maison’s most coveted pieces, from a tote bag to a wallet and a cigar case, embroidered on the Hot Fire Scale canvas. It combines the signature Paris Blue with a red crest, creating a contrasting look that elevates any New Year’s outfit. An optional tassel keyholder is also attached to the bag for a merrier look.

Jacquemus

Le Chiquito, the bag popularising Jacquemus in the fashion realm, has gotten a new version for spring. The bag is now reinforced with leopard print cowskin, echoing the new season trend. Like its previous version, the leopard Le Chiquito boasts a structural design with Jacquemus lettering fronting the lower side of the body. There is a detachable leather strap for casual wear, or you can leave the strap at home to bring the bag to the cocktail party.

MASSHIRO&Co. and AIDAN AND ICE

Recently, MASSHIRO&Co. and AIDAN AND ICE have teamed up to create pieces for the Lunar New Year collection. As the name suggests, the Rhythm collection emphasizes acculturation, blending contemporary styling and traditional Peranakan influences through practical and modern daily wear. On a side note, the constructed shirts, dresses, and trousers of MASSHIRO&Co. blend nicely with AIDAN AND ICE’s signature embellishments in a vivid orange and deep navy palette. All in all, this collaboration captures the essence of a joyful celebration for the upcoming Wooden Dragon year. Available in MASARI and MASARISHOP.com.

Gentle Monster

Gentle Monster has taken the sunglasses world to another level with its Gentle Jelly collection. The line features four sleek designs reminiscent of jelly sweets and comprises a range of pairs adorned in whimsical accents and colour palettes. One that particularly becomes a favourite among all is the Gelati MG4, enhanced with a semi-matte frame that echoes the gradient gelatin colours.

Sergio Rossi

First introduced in 2010, Sergio Rossi Mermaid shoes have finally returned to the radar for the SS24. Meticulously crafted in Italy, the pair has won many hearts with its gorgeous silhouette and detail, drawing inspiration from the mermaid scales. The Mermaid’s signature design, such as the striking openwork and central rice-grain motif, is now accentuated with the comma heel, giving a sensual touch while elevating many evening outfits.

Dior

Dior presents a kawaii collection in collaboration with Otani Workshop. Created by the Japanese artist of the same name and dreamed up by Kim Jones, the collection encapsulates Dior men’s pieces adorned by the adorable green monster. Noteworthy items displaying the creature are Dior B33 shoes, Oblique Toile, bombers, knitwear, a denim overshirt, and many more. The green monster, named Tanilla, also emblazoned the stylized adaptation of the Dior logo, bringing a playful touch to the SS24’s relaxed approach.

Mont Blanc

Many brands have released collections to celebrate the dawn of the Year of the Wooden Dragon, Mont Blanc included. The German brand reveals a special assortment of leather goods that blends the heritage of fine craftsmanship with modern design, resulting in a capsule collection suitable for urban explorers. The collection is tinted with a warm burgundy colour made of exceptional smooth leather, enhancing the look’s sleek design.

Berluti

Berluti has unveiled a new collection for creating a buildable wardrobe for upcoming seasons. The Spring/Summer 2024 collection recalls its sartorial approach, which also brings forth the iconographic codes of Berluti. Standout items include the Patina, the Scritto, and the iconic print, reinvigorated in new artisanal manifestations and many mixed fabrics. To keep them relevant to each season’s wearability, Berluti has divided the collection into two chapters in four releases, emphasizing substance with ease in every look.

LANVIN

Following last year’s announcement on LANVIN Lab’s collection with Future, the French house has eventually launched Drop 1. The first drop, consisting of many impressive accessories and distinguished ready-to-wear pieces with Eagle labelling, carries the musician’s love of layering and tailoring in bold designs. The must-have items from the LANVIN Lab x Future are the metallic studs leather jacket, and Future’s version of the Curb sneaker dubbed the Curb 3.0.

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