The Best Fashion Launches of December 2022

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Temperatures are dropping, wish lists are growing…it’s officially December, folks! We’re wrapping up 2022 in style with everything you need to know about this month, from La DoubleJ’s takeover of Caffe Roma in New York City to Jennifer Fisher’s slouchy boot designed in partnership with it-girl brand Larroudé and more. Keep your eye on this space for all the best fashion collabs, news, and launches that will help you knock some items off your holiday shopping list (and, hopefully, add a few pieces to your own cart along the way).

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La DoubleJ Launches Roman Holiday Homeware With Caffe Roma Takeover

Who: La DoubleJ

What: Caffe Roma takeover and Roman Holiday homeware collection

Where: Caffe Roma in Little Italy, NYC; homewares also available online at

Why: If you’ve been to New York City’s Little Italy and you’ve got a serious sweet tooth, chances are you’ve heard of Caffe Roma. The neighborhood institution has been serving up traditional Italian sweets for over 100 years, and this month, Milanese label La DoubleJ is taking over for a celebration of maximalist proportions. The eccentric and bright patterns of the renowned resortwear brand inspired a “Roman Holiday” line of plates, cups, and tablewares that are best enjoyed with a slice of panettone and an espresso, or the special cookie set the brand and restaurant collaborated on. Because what is Christmas without a heavy dose of sugar?


Marimekko Reopens NYC Flagship in Soho

Who: Marimekko

What: Store opening in Soho, NYC

Where: 97 Wooster Street, NYC

Why: If shipping delays and general malaise are making online shopping feel more like a chore than anything, rediscover your love for perusing items IRL with the new experimental Marimekko flagship in the heart of New York City’s Soho neighborhood. The brand’s signature quirky patterns aren’t in the store design, as the space provides a minimal, industrial setting for community activations, new collections, and a springboard for new ideas. Shoppers will find the usual assortment of RTW and accessories, plus a smattering of Scandi homeware and décor that is hygge in the best way possible.


Jacquie Aiche x NSF

Jacquie Aiche and NSF Continue Partnership With Trippy Sweaters



Zara Unveils ‘A New Sensuality’ Capsule


Bottega Veneta Launches ‘Bottega for Bottegas’

Who: Bottega Veneta

What: “Bottega for Bottegas” initiative

Where: Discover more online at and at Bergdorf Goodman

Why: Bottega Veneta is deeply invested in craftsmanship, recognizing that wonderful objects are made possible by the tireless work of artisans and craftspeople around the world. With “Bottega for Bottegas,” the brand is highlighting other “bottegas” (rough translation: workshops) internationally, honoring those who are equally invested in and enthusiastic about their product. Take, for instance, these espresso cups by Japanese ceramist Yoshiaki Imamura, made specifically for enjoying the traditional Italian drink. La dolce vita has officially gone global.


Hunter x Rowing Blazers

Hunter and Rowing Blazers Drop Collab


Copenhagen Fashion Week Announces Brand Lineup for AW23

Who: Copenhagen Fashion Week

What: Fall/winter 2023 brand lineup

Where: Online at

Why: Copenhagen Fashion Week has quickly become a go-to for the style set to discover cult brands like Ganni (pictured here) and Rotate on the runway, and cool-as-hell Scandi style on the street. For fall/winter 2023, the calendar includes veteran and new names alike—all joined by the ethos of sustainability. “The reason that this band lineup is so exciting is not only because it showcases the best of Nordic design, but also because it marks a milestone for Copenhagen Fashion Week, as the brands have been screened to the Minimum Standards,” CPHFW CEO Cecilie Thorsmark exclusively tells “After a successful screening, both from a fashion design perspective and from a full value chain perspective, this edition will clearly show that creativity and impact doesn’t have to be subordinated by brands’ ambitions to act responsibly.” Mark your calendars for January 31 to February 3!



Miaou Opens Up Its Archives


Nili Lotan

Nili Lotan Introduces Handbags


Oscar de la Renta

Laura Kim and Athena Calderone Team Up for Cooking Video



Altuzarra Releases the Parka Bag


Canada Goose x Reformation

Canada Goose Partners With Reformation


Malone Souliers

Malone Souliers Debuts the ‘Emily in Paris’ Collection


Loro Piana

Loro Piana Creates Candleholders With Charlotte Chesnais


Pamela Love

Pamela Love Collaborates With Sophia Roe


Chloé x Barbour

Chloé x Barbour Is Available for Pre-Order


Tod’s x 8 Moncler Palm Angels

Tod’s Partners With 8 Moncler Palm Angels on Winter-Ready Shoes


Aviator Nation

Aviator Nation Opens NYC Pop-Up With Winter Collection



Fendi Debuts Home Décor and Accessories Collection


Adidas x Humanrace

Adidas Drops Samba Capsule With Pharrell’s Humanrace


Moose Knuckles x Telfar

Telfar and Moose Knuckles Drop Second Capsule


Larroudé x Jennifer Fisher

Larroudé Taps Jennifer Fisher for Downtown-Chic Boot Collaboration


Tekla x Jacquemus

Tekla and Jacquemus Collaborate on Sleepwear



Morphew Creates Dress Collection With Vintage Versace Scarves


Apollo Candles Bring a Bit of Italy Home

Who: Apollo Candles New York

What: Candles inspired by la dolce vita

Where: Online at Apollo Candles

Why: In search of a transportive gift this holiday season (or anytime)? Newly launched Apollo Candles offers some of the cleanest and most covetable scents around, channeling everything from Sicilian citrus groves to the fir-tinged breezes of the Dolomites. Founded by tech marketing whiz (the packaging is stunning) James Napoli in his NYC kitchen with inspiration from his Italian heritage and a grandfather who made candles as a hobby, each candle is crafted from clean-burning coconut wax for greater throw and housed in a reusable Riedel double rocks glass.


Ghurka Introduces the Perfect Holiday Tote

Who: Ghurka

What: The Daily II No. 304 Tote

Where: Online at Ghurka

Why: Any handbag collector worth their salt will know the name John Truex. As one half of the New York-based brand Lambertson Truex, he created some of the most iconic carryalls of the ’90s. For the last few years, Truex has also taken the reigns as creative director of Ghurka, the Norwalk, Connecticut based leathergoods company whose handcrafted safari chic wares are beloved by those in the know. The lastest addition to the range, the Daily II No. 304 tote, is available in classic leather and a limited edition plaid wool perfect for lugging gifts (or anything, really) this holiday season and beyond.

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