We have good news for all the Y2K fans! Inspired by early 2000s fashion and pop culture, this collaborative work by Stoney Clover Lane and Juicy Couture is definitely going to rule everyone’s heart. Glitter and rhinestone lovers, this new collection has all that you need. We hope you are ready!
What to Expect
The new collection has a wide range of items, including some of the most popular products of Stoney Clover Lane. All the products, like pouches, duffles, totes, and more, have the distinctive aesthetic and vibe of Juicy Couture. It’s safe to say the co-founders’ love for Juicy has been reflected in the collection. Each item’s colors are influenced by Juicy Couture’s vintage velour sweatsuits, which were essentially THE cool-girl look of the early 2000s. The Malibu (green), Beverly Hills (pink), and Hollywood (brown) fashions will become your obsessions.
The Customization Option
The option of personalizing some of the items in the collection is a really cool idea and will be a huge success for gifting purposes. There are a variety of patches that one can go for while customizing. Dog lovers, there’s something for you too. There are around 20 main silhouettes for one to choose from, which will vary from $20 to $318, including the customization cost. The line is now available at stoneycloverlane.com and is available for purchase.
The Love for Juicy
According to Kendall and Libby Glazer, the co-founders of Stoney Clover Lane and dear sisters, Juicy Couture has always been one of the trendsetters in the industry and has created a beautiful culture in the fashion world. The sisters gushed about their love for Juicy Couture and how they have been a great inspiration for them. There was not a single product that they did not own, and it felt right to them to bring brands that have influenced them into Stoney Clover collaborations by delving into their own nostalgia.
Although we would love to say that fashion is never-ending and immune to everything else going on across the globe, that just isn’t the case. Like almost every other industry that this world has to offer, fashion has been struck by the devastation of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. That doesn’t mean that we have to say goodbye to runway shows and fashion weeks as we know them, though. In fact, we have recently been blessed with the first-ever online catwalk show.
In light of everything going on in the world at the moment, it seems as though many industries are taking their business online. Attractions and tourist spots are offering virtual tours, car shows are showcasing their new recruits online, and even the fashion world has embraced the World Wide Web. The latest addition to this virtual world has been the Fashion Unites catwalk show, which took place on May 1st, 2020.
An Online Catwalk Show
The Fashion Unites catwalk show was the brainchild of Carine Roitfeld, the former editor of French Vogue, and her son — Vladimir Restoin Roitfeld — who just so happens to be the CEO of CR Fashion Book Ltd. This family unit joined forces to approach some of the biggest supermodels and fashion icons in the world and asked them if they would take part in the online catwalk show. The end result saw the likes of Karlie Kloss, Stella Maxwell, Winnie Harlow, Kim Kardashian West, and Joan Smalls strut their stuff in their own homes. What’s even more amazing about this event is the fact that it was created to raise money for the amfAR Fund to Fight Covid-19. It’s not known yet how much was raised, but we have a feeling that it must have been a lot.
Even in their own homes, these models look absolutely flawless.