Pinterest Predicts the Top 2024 + More Fashion News

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Plus, Canada Goose announces a multi-year partnership with Giants of Africa.

Pinterest reveals its 2024 trend predictions

Pinterest Predicts 2024
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Want a peek into the future? Pinterest Predicts 2024 has just been released and it’s got the scoop on emerging trends.

For starters, bows aren’t going anywhere, as they’ll continue to adorn outfits, shoes, hairstyles and jewellery, just the same as silver and chrome, which have steadily been making their way into the mainstream. Grandmacore will morph into “Eclectic Grandpa,” more people will use scraps and shreds to make zero-waste projects, and a retro jazz aesthetic will ascend out of pretty much nowhere. What’s more, a little birdie told us that badminton will be the activity du jour, even for the pickleball-obsessed.

But Pinterest isn’t just taking a guess and hoping for the best, nor is their office filled with fortune tellers. Thanks to the 482 million people using Pinterest to plan their whole lives (you know, that new home reno project, an upcoming vacation, the dream wedding), Pinterest has unique insight into the future and can tell what’s about to take off before it does. So dive in and get an inspiring head start on 2024.

Canada Goose announces a multi-year partnership with Giants of Africa

Photography courtesy of Canada Goose

Aside from recently releasing new collections with Bape, OVO and Concepts, Canada Goose is celebrating the kickoff to a multi-year partnership with Giants of Africa (GOA), a non-profit youth basketball organisation co-founded by Toronto Raptors vice-chairman and president Masai Ujiri. Committed to fostering community and limitless belief while empowering African youth, GOA runs camps, builds courts and focuses on positive engagement in the local neighbourhoods within which they work.

To launch the partnership and honour GOA’s critical work, Canada Goose and GOA have collaborated on the limited-edition Crofton Vest, with 100 per cent of the proceeds from sales going to GOA. And that’s just the teaser; the full Fall 2024 capsule collection will launch in the spring. Watch this space.

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Cult Gaia and Grand Azur dream up some cool shades

Take drab winter dressing up a notch with a wonderful pair of sunglasses. May we suggest the newest on the market, a collaboration between Cult Gaia and eyewear label Grand Azur?

The unique collection features four sustainable styles each priced at $555 CAD. Take those angel numbers as a sign that it was meant to be.

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Stella McCartney creates a capsule with artist Hajime Sorayama

Photography courtesy of Stella McCartney + Sorayama

Stella McCartney and celebrated Japanese artist Hajime Sorayama are working together for a second time to create a little Spring 2024 magic. Their limited-edition capsule blends fashion and art to send a powerful message of sustainability and strength. It’s genderless, ageless and effortless to boot.

But the real pièce de résistance in the collection is a new artwork Sorayama created exclusively for this project — a Vitruvian Woman, reimagined with Stella’s face.

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Brunette the Label pops up at Holts in Vancouver

Photography courtesy of Brunette the Label

Calling all west coasters. Vancouver-based Brunette the Label has set up shop in the Pacific Centre’s Holt Renfrew, giving you immediate access to its latest collections. From holiday getups to cozy knitwear, the pop-up has everything you need for this month’s festivities.

Act fast, as it’s only running until December 21. For anyone not in the area, the loungewear and lifestyle brand can still be shopped online.

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Vitaly releases a collection with Rico Nasty

Photography courtesy of Vitaly

American singer and rapper Rico Nasty has added her eclectic style to Vitaly’s boutiques. The limited three-piece drop features a heavy duty “nasty” chain, a promise ring (very tongue in cheek) and a pink and silver charm necklace.

“I was inspired by the duality of hard and soft,” shares Rico Nasty in a press release. “This collab with Vitaly means the world to me because they gave me creative freedom and allowed me to make what I wanted. [It] is all about being multifaceted, beautiful and hardcore.”

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