Here comes the second wave of our current fashion obsessions and this time we may have added something from the ongoing Milan Fall/Winter 2019 menswear shows. You have to continue on reading to find out more.

Fendi’s FFreedom shoes

Elegant fabrics, modern colours and unique drawings are used to create the FFreedom shoes.
Debuted during FENDI Couture Fall/Winter 2018-19 show in Paris

Another statement piece coming from the Italian fashion house. The FFreedom shoes take inspiration from the namesake version of the FF logo, which is sewn onto the sandals and pumps in a patchwork pattern using different materials. The bold graphic lines combined with the shoe’s structured silhouette exude fine craftsmanship which is expected of Fendi.

Virgil Abloh’s jewellery line

Following the success of his huge Louis Vuitton debut collection, Virgil Abloh is now venturing into the jewellery scene with his eponymous brand collection, and it is inspired by the paper clip. He teased a couple of photos on his Instagram — the first is a box with the labels “Virgil Abloh” and “Recycled Jumbo Paper Clips”, and the next is the designer himself wearing the piece and captioning it “Jacob”. The collection will be displayed at the Off-White pop-up boutique in Hôtel Costes, Paris.

Prada’s Cloudbust Thunder

Sneakers have been an ongoing trend for the longest time — that even fashion giants like Louis Vuitton dived right into it. Prada also hopped onto the bandwagon and they recently debuted the latest addition to the Cloudbust range at the Prada FW2019 Men’s and Women’s show — the Cloudbust Thunder. Similar to the previous release’s chunky and hiking-inspired silhouettes, the latest rendition comes with an exaggerated outsole and will be available in more colours.

Jolin Lee
Unlike most modern-day millennials, Jolin does not need caffeine or alcohol to power through the day (and night). Her eye for beauty is as sharp as her eyeliner flick, and she can spot your unblended eye makeup from a mile away.