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A Balmain x Stranger Things clothing collection and more fashion news

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Includes an adaptable parka from Canadian outerwear brand Wuxly.

Netflix chooses Balmain for a limited edition Strange things collection

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Balmain creative director Olivier Rousteing recently paused his designs for French women to capture the bold spirit of the 1980s in honor of the Netflix series. Strange things. At the Balmain x Strange things The limited-edition collection, clothing and accessories exude the bright and effervescent style codes of the era: think flashy music videos, mall rats and plenty of jazz exercise, all with Balmain’s expert tailoring. And as strange as this pairing sounds, it stems from authenticity. Rousteing is a true fan of fantasy horror blockbusters (he apparently binge every new season as soon as Netflix releases them) and has always been mesmerized by the essence of the decade in which it takes place. For anyone who can relate, fashion memorabilia becomes Available November 6.

By The Namesake opens its first store in Toronto

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By The Namesake is putting down retail roots in Toronto. In a cozy store in the city’s Parkdale neighborhood, the brand will showcase a variety of small leather goods, ready-to-wear jackets and ready-to-wear silk ensembles. The highlight is undoubtedly the custom products that can be dreamed up in the store’s leather studio.

Nobis wants everyone to be warm this winter

Photography by Nick Lee

Too many people live below the poverty line, and with extreme winters in countries like Canada, the weather can be a threat to survival. That’s why Canadian luxury outerwear brand Nobis has brought back its #NoColdShoulder campaign. The global initiative collects gently used jackets and distributes them to vulnerable community members around the world, with the goal of providing 15,000 people with coats. Anyone who wants to participate can drop off their outerwear at the Nobis flagship store in Toronto or at Sporting Life locations. Alternatively, prepaid shipping labels and mail-in donation bags can be ordered online at nobis.com.

Andrea Pascual’s latest drop is a tribute to the designer’s Toronto-Filipino roots

Photography by Othello Gray

Andrea Pascual’s namesake brand has launched its first unisex collection, paying homage to her Filipino heritage and family. Entitled From Time, the fall 2022 capsule is a tribute to the past, nodding to Pascual’s humble upbringing and the diverse Toronto communities in which she grew up. The assortment includes printed silk scarves and varsity bombers with the words “Kiss Teeth” emblazoned on the back.

Simons launches own designs

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This week, fashion retailer Simons launched its first collection, Édito by Simons, designed in-house. Using minimalism as a foundation and keeping sustainability first, the elevated essentials collection is made from carefully selected, high-quality materials.

Vegan outerwear brand Wuxly launches adaptive parka

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With a focus on sustainability and quality, Canadian outerwear brand Wuxly has collaborated with Koolway Sports to address the need for stylish, weather-appropriate outerwear for people with physical disabilities. The result is the brand’s first adaptable parka, made especially for wheelchair users. It features a half back option that eliminates excess fabric behind the body, a sleeve zipper from the cuff to the bottom of the side seams, a removable hood, reflective tape, and openings for optional med tubes. Equipped to withstand temperatures from -15°C to -25°C, the user will be prepared for their favorite winter rides.

Platinum, gold and diamonds decorate the latest line from Tiffany & Co.

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The latest release from Tiffany & Co. is the Tiffany Edge Collection. Reimagine diamond jewelry through a contemporary lens, featuring platinum pieces with 18k gold accents and multiple rows of brilliant round diamonds. The fleet of pendants, earrings, necklaces, rings and bracelets are now available, just in time to add a little sparkle to the holiday season.

Cape de Coeur introduces two new styles

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What sets the Vancouver-based Cape de Coeur brand apart is its elevated take on protective weather coatings. Made from the brand’s proprietary wind, rain and snow resistant CoeurTex fabric, you’ll be protected from the elements while looking stylish. New to its flagship line is The Classicist, a style that nods to the classic trench coat with its natural-style collar and belt, and The Messenger, the brand’s first menswear piece designed to look timeless and commanding.

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