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Everything You Might Have Missed In Fashion This Month | ELLE

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If you’re anything like us, you’re probably wondering how we’ve already entered May. But when it comes to the never-ending fashion news cycle, it’s hard to believe we’re not further into the year.

To help you get your bearings, we’ve rounded up the fashion news you might’ve missed this month, from colourful collaborations, to historical campaigns, and everything in between.

Dior Presents Dior Fall 2024 Campaign

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Dior has unveiled its Fall 2024 Campaign, showcasing the collection inspired by the contrarian style of 20th century actress Marlene Dietrich. 

In homage to Dietrich’s signature masculine-feminine flair, the images – and clothes they showcase – explore the plurality of femininity, via a variety of fashion, from modest pencil skirts to lace petticoat dresses.

Maggie Marilyn Unveils ‘Where The Wild Things Grow’ Capsule

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New Zealand label Maggie Marilyn has unveiled the latest addition to its Forever offering, affectionately title Where The Wild Things Grow.

The first drop honours designer Maggie Hewitt’s own parents, with her mother’s favourite roses imagined in shades of soft lemon and powder blue, and a cashmere sweater inspired by the kinds of rugby jerseys her father wore in his early twenties as a first time dad.

Discover Where The Wild Things Grow online and in boutiques now.

The First Installation Of Faithfull’s Summer ’24 Collection Is Now Live

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Image: Faithfull

Shopping for your Europe summer trip? This one’s for you. Faithfull the brand has long been synonymous with perennially cool resort wear, and its latest collection is no exception. With craftmanship at the fore, the latest offering takes its cues from nature, with a palette of buttery yellows and creamy milks.

The Summer ’24 collection also features a new kind of craftsmanship for the brand. Macramé jersey is heroed throughout the drop: a handcrafted technique that’s equal parts unique and understated.

Sandro Paris Collaborates With Louis Barthelemy

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Sandro Paris has launched a collaboration with French Artist Louis Barthelemy celebrating a modern interpretation of cultural heritage. Featuring vibrant patterns and bright colours, Barthelemy drew inspiration from large, sunny drawings in an ode to holidays and warm horizons.

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