Here's what you missed in the fashion world this week:
1. Moschino responded to copying allegations.
Following an Instagram post wherein emerging designer Edda Gimnes pointed out the striking resemblance between her work and Jeremy Scott's latest collection, Moschino denied the allegations of copying the young designer's work. The brand said in a statement: "Trompe-l’œil has been a long-standing motif embedded in the Moschino DNA. Jeremy Scott’s eponymous line has also depicted sketches and doodles in collections far pre-dating this one."
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2. Havaianas launched a collab with Charlotte Olympia for its 10th year anniversary.
British luxury shoe and accessories brand Charlotte Olympia celebrated its 10th year anniversary with the purr-fect collaboration with Havaianas. The two brands unveiled a pair of slippers bearing Charlotte Olympia's signature leopeard print, which will retail at P2999. It's available online, and at Common Thread (in Greenbelt 5 and Power Plant) and Aura Athletica (Power Plant).
3. A Filipino milliner will showcase her work at Fashion Week in Brooklyn.
Tracy Dizon, a Filipino milliner, is set to come back to Fashion Week Brooklyn to showcase her latest work. For her Spring 2019 collection, Tracy will be zooming in on childhood nostalgia. Titled Pinoy Pop Life, her collection is inspired by her Filipino heritage.
4. H&M unveils its collection with Morris & Co.
It's a print party care of H&M's latest collection with renowned British interior brand Morris & Co. Together, they created a line comprised of a wide range of dresses and blouses, knitwear, and coordinated separates. All feature Morris & Co's statement prints like Love is Enough, Lily Leaf, Marigold, and Pimpernel. The collection will be available worldwide starting October 4.
5. Nike reveals a new pair of sneakers inspired by the Philippine flag.
Heads up, sneakerheads! Nike's latest version of the AirMax 270 features the colors of the Philippine flag. The pair is expected to retail for $150 (around P8115) and will be available this October.
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6. Jachin Manere is Unarosa's newest ambassador.
Following her elimination from Asia's Next Top Model Cycle 6, Jachin Manere proves she's still at the top of her game! The model took it to Instagram to announce her latest campaign, shot on the rooftop of a building. She captions the post, "Unarosa kicks off its 10th year anniversary celebration with me! Thank you so much @unarosafashion for believing in me from the very beginning! I said I am going to conquer the world after my AsNTM journey. So here I am, will always be on top, with Unarosa."