Here are all the fashion news you missed this week!
1. Shanina Shaik reveals that the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show is no longer happening this year.
Five-time Victoria's Secret Angel Shanina Shaik reveals to The Daily Telegraph that the much-anticipated and controversial Victoria's Secret Fashion Show won't be pushing through this year. The Australian model says, "It's something I'm not used to because every year around this time I'm training like an angel." She adds, "I''m sure they're trying to work on branding and new ways to do the show, because it's the best show in the world." The brand had previously announced that the show won't be airing on national television.
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2. Penshoppe launches "The Conscious Generation" collection.
Penshoppe is dropping a new line made for the woke generation. Called The Conscious Generation or TCG, it's "created for a whole new breed of individuals who are into a new and deeper mission of making the future their own," the brand says in a statement. TCG are those who know, speak, and act to make a difference in their circles.
Jeff Bascon, Golden ABC’s VP for Brand Management explains the collection further, “This (TCG / The Conscious Generation) is a group of individuals who are dedicated to shaping their future. With this collection, we want to empower The Conscious Generation to not be afraid to recognize, talk, and take action on the issues concerning them and get a better grasp of what lies ahead.” He adds, “And this is just the start for TCG! We are excited about the activities we’ve lined up especially for this collection that we’ve designed to create an avenue for The Conscious Generation to be heard.” The collection boasts of cool essential basics in neutral shades dominated by electric blue, mustard, and baby pink shades.
TCG. is available starting July 31, 2019 in select Penshoppe stores nationwide and online.
3. Rhude is now available in Akimbo.
Los Angeles-based streetwear brand Rhude is soon to be available in Manila via multi-label luxury streetwear concept store Akimbo. Rhude was created by 27-year-old artist, designer, and entrepreneur Rhuigi Villasenor, who was recently named as part of the Forbes 30 Under 30 list. This Filipino-made streetwear brand, which is a favorite amongst the biggest names in music like The Weeknd, A$AP Rocky, Justin Bieber, Adam Levine, and Kendrick Lamar, already has a cult following and has even collaborated with the likes of Puma and Vans. In a statement, Rhuigi also reveals that he and Off-White founder Virgil Abloh are working on a collab collection.
Rhude is available at Akimbo, Uptown Mall BGC.
4. Very Ralph documentary will air on HBO Go.
On November 13, HBO Go will be releasing Ralph Lauren's first ever documentray entitled Very Ralph. It centers on the life of Ralph—from his childhood, to his career and personal endeavors—and will "feature vivid archives from 50 years of the fashion brand." His industry friends and colleagues including Anna Wintour, Karl Lagerfeld, André Leon Talley, Hillary Clinton, Robin Givhan, Jason Wu, Naomi Campbell, Martha Stewart, Calvin Klein, Tyson Beckford, Tina Brown, Diane von Furstenberg, Jessica Chastain, Vanessa Friedman, and Paul Goldberger will also be sharing their personal encounters with the American deisgner.
5. Take a peek into this Shakespeare-inspired Pirelli calendar.
In a video teaser, Paolo Roversi reveals the theme for the Pirelli 2020 calendar. He is joined by Emma Watson, Kristen Stewart, Yara Shahidi, Mia Goth, Chris Lee, Claire Foy, Mia Goth, Indya Moore, and Rosalía Vila Tobella "to interpret the role of Shakespeare's Juliet for the Pirelli 2020 calendar," Bazaar UK reports.
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