Freshly squeezed releases from Moschino, Marks & Spencer, atmos Philippines and more
Apart from marking the start of the summer, March also celebrates all the strong, independent and empowering ladies. International Women’s Day happens every March 8, and the rest of the month highlights the fights we continue to forge and battle to get our seats at the table. With this, the March edition of Wonder Wardrobe highlights empowering campaigns and collections centered on and led by inspiring women worldwide.
For their 150th anniversary, Levi’s taps rising K-pop sensations, NewJeans
Minji, Hanni, Daniell, Haerin and Hyein stand as the denim brand’s newest Global Ambassadors
There’s no denying NewJean’s impeccable star power, from their dazzling Y2K aesthetics to a short but addictive discography co-signed by the likes of Rina Sawayama and almost the entirety of the K-pop industry. Apart from that, the girls also have become faces of different brands that range from fast food chains and tech to luxury houses. This time around, long-standing denim brand Levi’s garners Attention as they tap the girls of NewJeans to be their newest Global Ambassadors. After all, nothing seals the NewJeans deal like repping a denim brand.
The OMG singers’ name, NewJeans, points to their aspirations to become classic icons of this new era, which aligns them with the timelessness of Levi’s 501 Originals denim. To kick off this partnership, Levi’s will drop a brand campaign featuring the girls sporting items from the upcoming Spring/Summer 2023 collection. So keep your eyes peeled for more content featuring NewJeans!
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Lil Nas X, Camila Mendes and more front Coach’s “In My Tabby Campaign”
The campaign highlights: what we carry makes us stronger
In recent years, we’ve seen an influx of “What’s In My Bag” content online, ranging from serious series to parodies. Coach aims to redefine this with the campaign for “In My Tabby,” where brand ambassadors flaunt the things that made them who they are today. Not only the physical items, but the emotions and experiences that shape their present versions. From stories of identity, dreams and uphill battles, Lil Nas X, Camila Mendes, Japanese model Koki and Chinese actress Wu JinYan show the world that what we carry makes us stronger.
Coach’s Tabby bag sits at the center of the story, a modern silhouette that the house reimagined to embody this generation’s self-expression, flexibility and spirit of individualism. The campaign will come to life worldwide, with succeeding pop-up stores and activations that allow everyone to explore how the Coach Tabby fits their personality and style.
We’ll learn more about its flexibility through an upcoming foray into Decentraland’s Metaverse Fashion Week and an upcoming “Made to Order Tabby” activation coming soon.
In the Philippines, Coach is exclusively distributed by Stores Specialists, Inc. Shop in-store when you drop by Rustan’s Shangri-La, Rustan’s Makati, Power Plant Mall, Greenbelt 5, City of Dreams or Rustan’s Cebu. Shop online via Trunc.ph, Rustans.com and Zalora.
Make the most out of summer with Marks and Spencer’s latest collection
Shop pieces that look good and last beyond the season
You know what they say: sun’s out, fun’s out! Conquer the summer with the help of Marks & Spencer’s latest collection. Ladies, stay prepared for that well-deserved R&R time by the beach or by the pool with M&S swimsuits’ stylish designs. Plus, the Magic 360 technology shapes all silhouettes to make all figures flattering from any angle. Apart from the sculpting help, these swimsuits also employ Sun Smart UPF50+ technology for UV ray protection, along with chlorine-resistant fabric that keeps the color and material fresh for longer. Complete the look with different accessories, such as linen tops, straw hats, chunky sandals and more.
Meanwhile, gents can also explore quick-drying swim shorts that come in handy for out-of-town trips. All these come in neat summer colors or some fun prints to switch it up. These swim shorts definitely go best with a pure cotton polo shirt or D-Framed Sunglasses for a smart and laid-back look.
Conquer the summer and seasons beyond with high-quality looks from Marks & Spencer. Shop in-store or online and earn Loyalty points via the M&S Philippines Viber Community. Selected lines are available online through www.marksandspencer.com.ph.
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Heart Evangelista and more Filipino celebrities turn heads at Moschino AW23 Donna
From Heart E’s imaginative to Camille Co-Koro’s print-on-print dream, we’re living for all these outfits
Camile Co-Koro, LA Aguinaldo and Heart Evangelista shot by SGP Stefano Guindani Photo
When Filipinos step into fashion week, best believe their outfits won’t disappoint. For Moschino’s AW23 Donna fashion show, local celebrities and influencers like Heart Evangelista, LA Aguinaldo and Camille Co-Koro appeared in inventive and head-turning ensembles. Guided by Salvador Dalí-esque surrealism and aristo-punk flair, the Moschino AW23 Donna show toyed with drama and distortion, and punk’s disruptive spirit dipped in an overwhelming amount of decadence. If anything, these icons followed through.
Influential Japanese sneaker boutique, atmos, gets a warm Philippine welcome
Meet your newest spot for the hottest sneakers
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In other exciting news, Japanese sneaker and streetwear boutique atmos finally lands in the Philippines. From a small retail store in Tokyo founded by Hidefumi Hommoyo, the brand has become one of the most influential names in the sneaker game. With highly coveted collaborations with Nike, adidas and Asics, atmos is the place to be with the hottest sneaker drops and grails. Its first foray with Filipino sneakerheads is a humble pop-up store at One Bonifacio High Street, jump-started by a hyped private launch and a grand opening flocked by eager followers and collectors.
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Got your sights set on any of these drops? Let us know in the comments below!
Photo Coach, Levi’s and Marks & Spencer and SGP Stefano Guindani Photo via Moschino
Art Macky Arquilla