The Dundas loungewear capsule will benefit Childhood USA, a charitable organization founded by Her Majesty Queen Silvia of Sweden.
The brand is teaming the launch with its commitment to using all-natural and recycled materials by 2022.
Known for its satirization of pop culture in streetwear and accessories, the brand has this month launched its largest collection to date.
The shoe designer tapped artist and activist Laetitia Ky to promote the second drop of his Icons project.
“I’m a renaissance woman! I want to be able to use my art and stretch.”
The brand will stage an event on Clubhouse on Feb. 23 to celebrate the launch of the collection.
See all looks from the collection.
Hitting stores in October 2021, the capsule will include men’s and women’s garments for skiing, snowboarding and mountain sports.
The range of cozy clothing and cute accessories is sure to tickle millennials’ increasing appetite for childhood nostalgia.
The collection is available at the Yoox, Net-a porter, Mr Porter and The Outnet online stores at the same time — a first for the group — and is the result of a training program developed by YNAP and HRH The Prince of Wales, president of The Prince’s Foundation.
The capsule was brightened by the American artist’s colorful and cartoonish prints brimming with butterflies — a longtime Max Mara symbol.
The Nineties-inspired collection pays homage to memorable parts of the hit TV show.
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