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The week that was in style: November 11 – 17

The week that was in style: November 11 – 17

November 12

Pop icon Céline Dion has collaborated with Iris Adler and Tali Milchberg, designers for global kids’ fashion brand NUNUNU, to create gender-neutral pieces for the little ones: hoodies, denim jackets, leggings, baggy pants, playsuits, shoes, and blankets in white, black, gray, and yellow. In the age of ridiculous gender reveal parties, CÉLINUNUNU upholds the value of doing away with gendered clothing. The label “unites two forces [into] one voice. Fashion has the power to shape people’s minds. Inspire your children to be free and find their own individuality through clothes,” according to an official statement.

In the CÉLINUNUNU teaser video posted by the Canadian singer on Instagram, Dion pulls a trick in a maternity ward by blowing black confetti to newborn babies to erase their gendered pink and blue identity tags. She then gets caught by a cop, with whom she tries to pull the “Don’t you know who I am?” card. It’s a little weird but also funny, and Dion should maybe look into sidelining into acting:

See the full collection on the CELINUNUNU website


NOVEMBER 16 | Bonifacio High Street

From the sporty Superga Panatta to Kate Middleton’s Superga 2750 Cotu Sneakers, sneaker fanatics got the chance to shop for their favorite pair when Superga Philippines gave  away discounts and treats during their shop party last Friday at their Central Square Bonifacio High Street branch. The iconic shoe brand offered 30 percent off on all styles, as well as munchies, games, and freebies for everyone who came.  

A few of Superga’s wide range of sneakers
Play the claw machine and get a chance to win a pair of Superga shoes

Don’t miss Superga Philippine’s next shop party as well as other announcements by following them on Instagram.

Converse and Tyler, the Creator’s creative partnership returns for Holiday 2018 with his design influence in the new Golf Le Fleur collection that introduces a Chuck 70 interpretation for the first time. This collaboration features a burlap print and fabric in all Chuck 70s models and the One star silhouette with the Golf Le Fleur branding on the tongue, which is also printed in reverse on the sides.

See Also

Converse Chuck 70s high top
GOLF le FLEUR* One Star silhouette
Chuck Taylor high-top in off-white


The new Golf Le Fleur collection is now available in Converse Glorietta and also at the Popcorn General store in Greenbelt.



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