Weekly Catch for 4 June with News from Kate Moss, H&M, Kenzo, Under Armour and Much More

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Collaborations have overtaken this edition of Weekly Catch. At least within the fashion and model realms, you can expect to be seeing a lot of team work. As for our Hamptons and Men’s Corner, expect an array of updates that will keep you covered.

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Kate Moss x Equipment
Have unveiled their capsule collection with the images snapped by Daria Werbowy. The video, which you are about to see, also features Susie Cave.

The Kate Moss x Equipment collection is available at equipmentfr.com

Gisele Bündchen
Took to social media to share her newest role – a correspondent for National Geographic‘s “Years of Living Dangerously” docu-series, which speaks to the impacts of climate change.

“I’m excited to be joining season two of ‘Years of Living Dangerously’ as a correspondent, exploring deforestation and climate change in my beautiful home country of Brazil.”

Photo: gisele/instagram
Photo: gisele/instagram

Announced its next collaboration will be with Kenzo, which is slated to hit stores 3 November and will include clothing and accessories for both women and men.

“We wanted to really tell the story of the brand and of us. Together with H&M, we will invite all the costumers and fans to the real Kenzo world.” – Humberto Leon, creative director – along with Carol Lim – of Kenzo.

Read more at hm.com.

Shared the outcome of their newest collaboration, which is with the model, illustrator and artist, Langley Fox. This leather tote was “designed by Langley Fox for wanderlusts everywhere,” according to Tumi.

Read more at tumi.com.

Unveiled their resort 2017 collection on Tuesday at England’s Blenheim Palace.

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Under Armour
Has brought on board designer Tim Coppens. According to Business of Fashion, Coppens has been tapped for Under Armour’s new premium line – Under Armour Sportswear – as executive creative director. Read more at businessoffashion.com.

And five-time Olympic medalist, Missy Franklin, have announced their collaboration. The 18 piece “Missy Franklin Signature Series” is high-performance swimwear for women and girls and includes one pieces and separates. The collection is slated to be available this fall. Read more at shape.com.

Anthony Vaccarello
Offered a sneak peek into the brand’s fall/winter 2016 ad campaign, which features Eva Herzigova with photography by Inez and Vinoodh.

Photo: anthonyvaccarello/instagram
Photo: anthonyvaccarello/instagram

StyleWeek Swim 2016
Kicks off Sunday 12 June at Noon. Held in Providence, Rhode Island, at Providence G, this fashion show is all about resort 2016 with an emphasis on local designers. Read more at styleweeknortheast.com.

The Hamptons

Residences at Gurney’s
Have unveiled their new co-ops, which are in Montauk and overlooking the Atlantic with prices between $4M to $12M. Read more at hamptons.curbed.com.

Photo: nestseekers
Photo: nestseekers

Is back at Montauk’s Navy Beach for the third year in a row. This pop-up shop offers men’s and women’s accessories, which are showcased in their renovated 1958 Airstream. This traveling boutique runs from 29 June to 7 September.

Photo: miansai
Photo: miansai

And, in case you are in The Hamptons before this time, Miansai will be at Gurney’s in Montauk from 9 June to 13 June. Read more at miansai.com.

Men’s Corner

Author Nathaniel Philbrick
Shared with Vanity Fair how a sailboat poster helped guide him in more ways than he may have initially realized.

“This picture of a tiny Sunfish sailboat, just ahead of a massive square-rigged tall ship, appears on an old poster that still hangs in the basement of my father’s house on Cape Cod. The poster has always spoken to me. As I look back on it now, I see that it presaged much of what was to come—how, after a youth as a Sunfish racer, I was destined to return to the ocean, this time as a writer of history who told tales of the sea.”

Read more at vanityfair.com.

Has released a documentary that takes us on a car adventure.

“This is the story of the forgotten supercar, told on camera for the first time by the men who tried to rewrite the rulebook by reviving a long-lost legend. They succeeded in creating their own motoring history, but not with the final chapter they intended.” – Kidston

Miami Film Month
Kicks off this month and runs for four weeks. And, if you are in the area, you can expect to find your favorite cult classic films, such as Half Baked, Revenge of the Nerds 2 and others, at local arthouse theaters for only $8 per ticket.

Read more at miaminewtimes.com.

We are thinking that’s the perfect note to end this installment of Weekly Catch.

Now, we recommend finishing that cup of coffee and heading to your nearest beach, or at the very least, browse through some of our other articles to get your beach fill.

Until next time…