The List: June’s Most Important Fashion News

“The List” is PAPER‘s definitive roundup of the most important fashion launches of the month.

“The List” is PAPER‘s definitive roundup of the most important fashion launches of the month. From store openings to new podcasts, collaborations, initiatives, campaigns, pop-ups, capsules and product releases, we’ve curated the most exclusive and special style announcements from around the world. Scroll through, below, to see what’s in store for June.

Artist and filmmaker Lucien Smith has joined forces with Adidas Originals for a multi-faceted collaboration. Titled “Fire Finder,” the comedic short film looks into the world of Smith’s nonprofit Serving the People. The film documents a fireman through a series of vignettes, music, and dance and features cameos from Julia Fox, Arsun Sorrenti, and others.

To supplement the enigmatic film, Smith is releasing 200 customized Adidas Forum sneakers crafted using the artist’s “rain painting” technique. The proceeds from the sneakers will go directly to the artist’s nonprofit that helps young artists navigate the gallery sphere and commercial market.

“Euphoria’s” Sydney Sweeney Stars in Parade’s New Campaign

Sydney’s collaboration with the indie underwear brand is what Gen-Z dreams are made of. Acting as the first celebrity face of the Forbes-highlighted lingerie company, Sweeney stuns in Parade’s newest campaign for their latest Silky Mesh collection. Featuring genderless bottoms and supportive tops, Parade has no-doubt been changing the intimates game across social media for the last few years, donating $20,000 to Planned Parenthood of New York for this drop.

You can shop Parade’s latest Silky Mesh drop on their website now.

Saks Honors Stonewall Inn For Pride

Located in the heart of Manhattan, Saks Fifth Avenue Department Store is another cultural touchstone alongside the iconic Stonewall Inn. In honor of Pride, the luxury shopping center is partnering with Stonewall’s charity endeavor, the Stonewall Inn Gives Back Initiative, to transform both insides and outsides of the store. Throughout June, two interactive exhibits inside the store focusing on the history of the 1969 riots and allyship will be available for customers to walk through. Saks’ signature window displays will also be transformed for Pride, showcasing never before seen archival images of the Queer rights movement. The celebration continues online, with Saks featuring prominent LGBTQIA+ artists and activists on social media and on The Edit.

You can view Saks Pride Month windows now at the flagship store through Wednesday, June 23. The “History Experience,” and “Allyship Experience,” exhibitions are set to open Monday, June 21.

Helmut Lang Collaborates With Hank Willis Thomas

Helmut Lang has enlisted the help of artist Hank Willis Thomas for a limited-edition collection of ready-to-wear titled “It’s Not About You.” Toying with the artist’s text-based work “It’s All About You,” the 10-piece unisex collection similarly explores several printing techniques. Photographed by Elliott Jerome Brown Jr., the collection is an authentic exploration of community and perception. 15% of proceeds from the collaboration will benefit the Incarceration Nations Network which concentrates on global prison reform initiatives.

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Bottega Veneta’s Williamsburg Pop-Up

Located in the heart of Williamsburg, Bottega Veneta’s pop-up store includes a bevy of the brand’s most sought after handbags, shoes, and ready-to-wear pieces. Built during the end of the 19th-century, the pop-up space was originally used as a bank and later, a creative studio and artist space. The brand’s padded cassettes and luxurious leathers look even better against the cold interior of the space—we love a good juxtaposition. Mixing elements of old and new, the pop-up store wholly embodies the ethos of Bottega Veneta

The store, located at 33 Grand Street, will be open until the end of September.

Ludovic de Saint Sernin Collaborates With Jack Taylor Lovatt

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Following the brand’s Spring/Summer 2021 “Don’t Ruin my Fantasy” collection, Ludovic de Saint Sernin unveiled an equally emotive collaboration for Pride Month. Designed in partnership with London-based artist Jack Taylor Lovatt, the collaboration explores themes of intimacy and freedom. A portion of the collection’s sales will be donated to a charity—handpicked by Lovatt— benfiting LGBTQIA+ community.

Jacquemus x Mytheresa Capsule Collection

Just in time for the summer months, French label Jacquemus has released a captivatingly colorful collection in collaboration with luxury retailer Mytheresa. The 13-piece capsule collection features iconic house codes and colors—lots of pinks, reds, and Summer-ready silhouettes. Incorporating clean-cut lines and subtle design details, the capsule collection perfectly embodies the breezy origins of Jacquemus. And yes, the collection includes the famed Bambino and Chiquito bags.

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Dioriviera Pop-up Boutique in Montecito, California

Rosewood Miramar Beach is the site of the French maison’s latest pop-up experience. Located in the heart of Southern California’s luxurious Montecito shores, the high-end boutique experience celebrates the label’s Dioriviera summer capsule. Three distinct bungalow suites transport guests into a tropical paradise with the brand’s signature toile de Jouy prints for purchase on ready-to-wear garments and home goods accessories like folding chairs. It’s giving ultimate Big Little Lies vibes.

The Dioriviera pop-up is open now at the Rosewood Miramar Boutique in Montecito, California until September 6.

Anna Sui Launches Mesh Capsule with Neiman Marcus

Celebrated New York-based designer Anna Sui is launching a limited-edition capsule collection of mesh pieces. The garments, a grunge, rock-band take on summer florals, include skirts, dresses and blouses. Her last mesh collection sold out almost instantly with long waitlists, so eager fashionphiles must make sure to act quick this time around.

The New York-based jewelry brand, a favorite among gift-giving romantics, is celebrating connection, joy, and emotion across all gender expressions and sexualities. With their latest video campaign for Pride Month, “Stand For Love,” Tiffany sits down with New Yorkers to get raw and real about the things that matter most to them. Recognizing that LGBTQIA+ love has no set month timeframe, the jewelry brand has donated to both the Ali Forney Center and SAGE.