Start your week with all the latest happenings in the world of fashion:
1. You have to see Barbie wearing modern Filipiniana.
Just in time for Independence Day, SM Malls organized an exhibit that puts the spotlight on everyone's favorite doll: Barbie. Here, she's wearing Louis M. Claparols' avant garde designs. Entitled Tala, the local designer's collection features "a reimagined Philippine Terno and Barong Tagalog on the Goddess Tala, the goddess of the stars in Tagalog mythology." You may catch the exhibit starting today, June 3, at the SM North Edsa.
2. Regatta just dropped a new collection of preppy polos.
Calling all preppy gals! Regatta just released the cutest pique polos, featuring fresh colorways and prints to jazz up your favorite wardrobe staples. These versatile and super chic polo shirts—price starts at P695 each!—can be styled with just about anything, making them a no-brainer choice for everyday wear.
You can view the full selection on their website at regattalifestyle.com.
3. Saucony's new collection of sneakers will inspire your next neon OOTDS.
If you're looking for fresh kicks plus new ways to wear them, Saucony has you covered. The American brand just launched a lookbook featuring local designer Jeffrey Rogador's neon-laden atheisure collection. Take a peek at Jeffrey's sporty pieces perfectly teamed with Saucony's new sneaker drops.
Liberty ISO in Black Rose, P6995; Kinvara 1o in Navy Mint, P5295, SAUCONY, Glorietta
4. Prada joins the no-fur movement.
Prada is the latest luxury house to ban the use of fur. The Italian luxury brand announced that they will no longer be using animal fur starting 2020, following in the footsteps of other big-ticket designer labels like Versace, Gucci, and Burberry.
Read more here.
5. Marc Jacobs introduces a new line.
Marc Jacobs is launching his newest line called The Marc Jacobs. This new line sees the eclectic and unique vibe of the Marc Jacobs style DNA merged with the promise of everyday wearability and friendlier price tags. The designer tells Fashionista, "I don't think we've ever had a brand statement, we just instinctively do what we like, when we want to do it. So maybe that's our brand statement: We like this."
Read more here.