/Alberta Ferretti Embraces the Bodycon with Wolford + Other Fashion News

Alberta Ferretti Embraces the Bodycon with Wolford + Other Fashion News

Photography courtesy of Wolford

Plus PH5 comes to SSENSE and Jenny Bird launches its new collection.

Alberta Ferretti collaborates with bodywear brand Wolford

Alberta Ferretti Wolford
Photography courtesy of Wolford

Who says hosiery has to be basic? For Alberta Ferretti’s collaboration with Wolford, the Italian designer defied this very assumption and created a collection of elaborate tights, bodysuits, dresses and tops. The capsule combines Wolford’s mastery of second-skin pieces with Ferretti’s soft yet sultry femininity and can only be described as a best of both worlds.

Tory Burch brings a colourful pop-up to Toronto’s Yorkdale Mall

Photography courtesy of Yorkdale Shopping Centre

If you blink, you will definitely not miss Tory Burch’s bright green pop-up at Yorkdale Shopping Centre in Toronto. The space is a glam labyrinth with the most letter Ts you’ve ever seen. The brand’s classic Double T pattern is not only featured on the entrance but can be seen in sculpture form, including a floor-to-ceiling tower inside. Open from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. until May, bring both your camera and your wallet for the ultimate immersive experience.

Jenny Bird unveils its spring assortment

Jenny bird
Photography courtesy of Jenny Bird

As one of Canada’s most popular jewellery designers, fans can rest assured that Jenny Bird’s aptly named ‘Nouveaux’ collection is sure to meet all of their high expectations. According to the brand, its latest variety of rings, earrings and necklaces was conceived as “a celebration of luxurious volume with pieces drenched in high-gloss finishes.” Case in point: these sculptural studs.

George Sully partners with eBay on exclusive sneakers

Calling all sneakerheads — this is a collab you won’t want to miss. eBay Canada is partnering with Canadian sneaker designer George Sully on an exclusive collection with 100 per cent of proceeds going to the Black Designers of Canada charity. The monochromatic shoes are a testament to Sully’s sleek aesthetic and can be worn with just about anything.

This beloved knitwear brand is coming to SSENSE

If PH5 isn’t on your radar yet, we highly recommend you do a social media deep dive asap. Its colourful aesthetic and technical approach to knitwear has made it a favourite amongst Kate Hudson, Gemma Chan, countless content creators and now Canadian megabrand, SSENSE. While the Spring 2022 collection is the first to be available through the luxury retailer, expect to see many new whimsical wares coming soon.

Sweden’s Filippa K adds the Billie sweater to its sustainable wool initiative

In 2019, Filippa K launched the Swedish Wool Initiative, a unique capsule of organic knitwear whose wool was sourced from a small sheep farm in the designer’s home country and is a byproduct of the local meat industry. This week, the brand unveiled the fourth iteration of this project, the Billie Sweater. Like its predecessors, its colour was achieved through a traditional natural dyeing method, and only 100 will be available to purchase. Our advice? Act fast as we suspect this cozy wardrobe staple will be gone very soon.

Canadian artist Benny Bing bring his creativity to Roots

Roots Benny Bing
Photography courtesy of Roots

Canadian artist Benny Bing has teamed up with Roots on a powerful jacket and hoodie in honour of Black History Month. Emblazoned on both pieces is the word “fearless,” which, according to a press release: “For Benny, this word holds power and pushes him to walk into the unknown with optimism and confidence in his work and life.” Along with these limited edition designs, Roots will be donating a percentage of its e-commerce sales to the Black Opportunity Fund and Black CAP for February.