This week in black fashion

This week in black fashion

There is so much in store in terms of fashion in 2023. As we manifest prosperity in the year, we should also manifest conscious releases, fashion again as an art and craft unlike before (among the juicier fashion drama.) So far we’ve got our wish, because this first week of the new year is all about lawsuits with custom suits and new content collections! Our only hope is that it will continue as the fashion weeks are just around the corner.

The collaborations that were teased last year continue to be teased, but hopefully it would be worth the wait, moreover, the collaborations that we didn’t know we needed are at the door to be announced and announced, and we’ll be right there to announce them.

For now, take a look at the good, the bad and the messy of this fashion week.

Christopher John Rogers presented the pre-fall 011 collection

Entitled “It’s my party and I’ll cry if I want to,” womenswear designer Rogers diverted attention from his usual colorful collection. While this collection was still full of pops of fun colors, it was also filled with pieces that didn’t have those bright primary colors that he uses so often. With this collection, the designer showed that he has full autonomy over his creativity and business. What is sold is what he wants to sell. Each look is nothing short of extraordinary, as it uses avant-garde shapes and playfulness.

This week in black fashion

Thom Browne VS. Adidas

Adidas has sued American designer Thom Browne for using his stripe motif in a design. The confusion is that Adidas gave permission to use the four stripes more than ten years ago. Adidas seems to have called for war, as Messi has long been associated with Adidas, as Browne’s brand has been building its range of sportswear from the brand which now features the face of Lionel Messi alongside FC Barcelona. For now, Browne’s lawyer is not giving up, and it is claimed that Adidas changed its mind too late.

This week in black fashion
NEW YORK, NEW YORK – JANUARY 3: Fashion designer Thom Browne arrives in Manhattan Federal Court on January 3, 2023 in New York City. Adidas has filed a lawsuit against Browne over his repeated use of a four-stripe motif that the company claims “mimics” Adidas’ signature Three Stripes. (Photo by Michael M. Santiago/Getty Images)

A-Cold-Wall releases SS23 collection

Designer Samual Ross released his pre-spring collection called “Hypergenic Series”. The collection is based on four narratives: Considered, Eclipsed, Uniform and Conditioned. Each is an experimentation with the brand’s original motifs in distortion. The collection features knit pieces, an asymmetric vest with 3D pockets, slides and M65 military jackets.

Dior X Denim Tears

Designer Tremaine Emory did not disappoint with this mule. Chosen in 2022 to create a capsule collection with Dior, Emory has garnered attention as we await the glory of the full collection. This mule is somewhat reminiscent of a Birkenstock slide, so comfort is not out of place. Both of the brand’s motifs are presented and perfectly blended with Dior’s all-over print and Denim Tear peace sign buckle. We are sure that fashionistas will write their thoughts on the entire collection.


The classic Air Force 1 gets a new look with the Premium Goods collaboration. Houston-based Premium Goods owner and sneaker manager Jennifer Ford reinvents the classic shoe with her own special touch that features luxury artisanal jewelry making techniques. Releasing two different shoes on January 20—Bella and Sophia, in cream and black with gorgeous beaded detailing on the Nike Swoosh motif and braided rope, showcase Ford’s eclectic and contemporary eye.

This week in black fashion

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