OVO to drop capsule collection
Drake’s label, OVO announced its first foray into womenswear with a capsule collection that hit stores November 21. The line consists of minimalistic loungewear with ’90s flair–think track pants, cropped baby tees and varsity jackets–in a black and gold palette. Check out the full collection here.

Gwyneth Paltrow collaborates with Valentino
Fashion and film fanatics unite to celebrate Gwyneth Paltrow’s collaboration with Valentino. The Wonder Woman-inspired line will feature 25 pieces ranging from clothing to accessories. The capsule collection will be available at Gwyneth Paltrow’s first ever Goop pop-up store in New York’s Time Warner center. If that’s not an excuse to visit the Big Apple, nothing is.

10 British designers create a Star Wars capsule collection
The force is with J.W.Anderson, Agi & Sam, Peter Pilotto, Bobby Abley, Preen by Thornton Bregazzi, Thomas Tait, Christopher Raeburn, Claire Barrow, Phoebe English and Nasir Mazhar as they create Star Wars-themed sweatshirts in support of London’s Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity. Each designer has created a unisex sweatshirt and T-shirt, which are being sold exclusively at Selfridges. We like to think of this collaboration as fashion’s Jedi force.

Twins Sama and Haya Khadra team with Jacqui Aiche to create a capsule collection
Jewellery designer Jacqui Aiche has launched a capsule collection in collaboration with twins Sama and Haya Khadra. The sisters, who travel the world as buyers for their mother’s Riyadh-based boutique, The Art of Living, have been known to dabble in different trades from modelling to DJing. The 15-piece capsule collection, which borrows colors from the seven chakras as taught in Indian yoga, includes gemstone-laden layering rings along with body chains and pendants. Prices range from $500 – $4,690. See the full collection here.

Carven and La Redoute collaborate on capsule collection
Carven and La Redoute are ready for flight as they collaborate on a capsule collection inspired by the air-hostess uniforms created by Madame Carven in the ’60s and ’70s. Carven, a favorite amongst fashion elite such as Alexa Chung, Victoria Beckham and Kate Bosworth, is known for its feminine and youthful silhouettes. The collection is set to launch in January 2016. Mark your calendars.

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