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Maillot Marc by Marc Jacobs, $142           Romper Marc by Marc Jacobs, $173 

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Posted by bFash on November 14, 2008 at 2:51pm UTC

What extraordinary times we are living in! The iconoclastic Comme des Garcons will collaborate … with two houses at opposite ends of the fashion spectrum!

Starting today you can indulge in CdG’s capsule collection for H&M at select stores (US locations include NY, Chicago, LA and SF). It also launches H&M’s second store in Tokyo – brilliant marketing coup as H&M strikes again with a top designer at reasonable prices! CdG acolytes especially those who have lost their shirts in the recent stock market crash can now renew their wardrobes at recession prices - $25 to $130 for most pieces. Don’t wait too long though, H&M designer collections tend to get sold out almost the day they arrive at the stores.

BFash editors wonder though whether CdG will lose its cachet by straying far from its intellectual, unconventional approach in riding the H&M designer-of-the-day bandwagon.

Much more in line with Rei Kawakuwo’s image is the collaboration with Louis Vuitton in a joint store in Tokyo. This will be a“guerrilla” store lasting for a few months where six one-of-a-kind bags can be ordered for delivery in 2009. The bags are designed by Kawakuwo and in a way are her tribute to the brand that kindled her love for fashion when she was starting out. The CdG store in Omotesando has been redesigned for this project. While the bags are Rei’s they will have the LV logo.

Posted by bFash on September 12, 2008 at 3:07am UTC

Loewe, the Spanish leather company with a 160 years history is having a new start.

LVMH bought the company in 1996 and last January appointed Stuart Vevers as new Loewe’s Creative Director replacing Jose Enrique Ona Selfa. The giant luxury group hopes to revitalize the legendary brand, and make it another star in its firmament

Vevers seems the perfect candidate to accomplish this. Having worked for luxury brands such as Bottega Venetta, Calvin Klein, Givenchy and Louis Vuitton, the British born designer became the Creative Director of Mulberry at the end of 2005. Vevers infused Mulberry, another brand with a long heritage, with a modern coolness making it hip and a favorite among young stars such as Mischa Barton and Scarlett Johansson.

At Loewe, Vevers’ challenge is not only to produce internationally acclaimed leather accessories, but also to provide the Loewe’s ready-to-wear collection with a strong identity, something which has been missing up to now.

His debut for the fall winter 2008 season was definitely a good kick off. Created just in seven weeks, Vevers revisited the house stylistic codes such as leather dresses, lace, and the emblematic Amazon handbag.

Keep an eye out for the Spring Summer 2009!

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