It’s time to plan your sartorial calendar, aided by the March dose of Citizen Femme’s monthly fashion round-up.
With spring collections, cool collaborations and hot new launches, March is for seeing in the new season.
Following the success of their first collection, Monica Vinader have collaborated for a second time with British fashion label Mother of Pearl on five new styles that champion sustainability, empowerment and community. Crafted in 100% recycled gold vermeil and featuring Keshi pearls, the proceeds from the collection will go to a variety of charitable initiatives, including Women for Women International, an organisation that provides aid to marginalised women across conflict-affected countries to overcome the horrors of war and work towards a better future for themselves and their families.
Contemporary and size-inclusive swimwear label Reina Olga have introduced the YO MAMA collection, made with mothers in mind. Hand-crafted in Portugal, the capsule has been developed with the brand’s signature scrunch crinkle fabric, the holistic ‘one-size-fits-all’ approach providing endless stretch capacity. Four of the brand's most distinct styles are available to shop in three striking colourways and each silhouette as a defining identity – taking you from pregnancy and beyond.
Copenhagen-based brand GANNI is known for their colourful, fun and effortlessly cool designs, and this season they translate that into their new GANNI SPORT line, further highlighting the brand’s expansion into the athleisure space. The collection boasts 30 responsible, high performance sport styles made with recycled nylon and polyester, designed for an active everyday.
Los Angeles based brand Anine Bing has launched a collaboration with global graphic artist Humberto Cruz and photographer Terry O'Neill, whose work serves as an everlasting source of inspiration for the brand's ethos and timeless, rock ‘n’ roll aesthetic. The limited edition collection of t-shirts and sweatshirts feature custom graphic designs by Humberto Cruz and reimagine playful illustrations of Elton John photographed by Terry O'Neill. Symbols and motifs associated with the Anine Bing brand are transformed into doodles, accented by pops of colour and uplifting messaging intended to spread positivity, encourage individuality, and promote self love.
RIMOWA's Original Pilot Case, first released in 1994 and designed to fit between the two pilot seats in a cockpit, was relaunched last year as the ideal solution for travelling professionals and creatives. The iconic grooved-aluminium exterior updates the signature design and is highlighted by a plethora of padded compartments to promote secure storage space. A sell out last year, this second restock was highly anticipated, so snap them up while you can, they may not be around for long.
Danish brand REMAIN was born from CEO & Creative Director Denise Christensen’s idea of modern sophistication. Her Spring/Summer 2023 collection reflects a quiet luxury suiting a refined wardrobe for the season ahead. The soft leather, crisp poplins and fine knits are imagined in an earthy colour palette inspired by the idyll of the summer months.
London-based jewellery designer Rachel Boston is known for redefining the traditional world of bridal jewellery. She combines art-deco inspired forms and modern silhouettes and, throughout March, will be donating 20% of the sales from her engraved Memento Ring in 9ct gold to Women for Refugee Women: a female-led charity which helps to empower and give a voice to refugee and asylum-seeking women in the UK.
There's no doubt you already know about Loeffler Randall's silk organza Camellia sandals, they're a best-selling success story worn by thousands of brides. This season, the brand has expanded its bridal collection with new footwear and accessory styles in shades of gold, white, blush and blue, suited to the modern bride and her bridal party.
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Photo credit: REMAIN