Max Mara Builds a Cozy Winter Pop-Up in Aspen

Max Mara Builds a Cozy Winter Pop-Up in Aspen

"The List" is PAPER's monthly roundup of the biggest fashion launches, capsules and collaborations. Scroll through, below, to see Decembers newest arrivals.

Max Mara's Aspen Pop-Up

Photography: Shawn O'Connor

The après-ski fashion set has another stylish destination to look forward to this season. In the historic Aspen Times Printing House at Hotel Jerome, Max Mara is taking over the space with a cozy winter pop-up featuring vignettes of vintage Italian ski posters; VERSO furniture and decor; a full assortment of seasonal and iconic outerwear; and coats from the Max Mara Atelier collection, their top range luxury outerwear offering. Outside, shoppers will find a life-sized ice sculpture of the brand's unofficial mascot Max the Teddy and a custom branded vintage Piaggio Ape cart serving complimentary hot chocolate and warm roasted chestnuts.

Open daily from 10 AM to 6 PM through December 23rd at 330 East Main Street

ALTU x Alvin Batrop Collection

Photography: Ryan McGinley

Joseph Altuzarra first discovered the work of groundbreaking queer photographer Alvin Batrop over 10 years ago and remains struck by its poignancy and power. So for his first capsule collection for his genderful label ALTU, the designer paid tribute to the late visionary with pieces that memorialize Baltrop's work — known for his Piers series and portrayal of underground and queer '70s and '80s New York culture. Proceeds from the sale of this capsule will be allocated towards the preservation of thousands of never-before-seen images.

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Tribute Brand's New Platform and PUNK

Courtesy of Tribute Brand

Tribute Brand's edgy and cyber-y digital clothes went viral when it launched in 2020, and now the company is entering its next phase of growth with the debut of a new platform that will host many different brands (in house and partners) with product, user journey and curation at the center in an effort to onboard the physical fashion crowd into web3.

PUNK is their first showing of that. Inspired by the Victoria’s Secret PINK brand, PUNK holders will have access to three assets: $PUNKY, a 3D digital downloadable creature, based on the PINK plush toy brand mascot; a redeemable NFC chip-enabled physical PUNK tracksuit; and a PUNK typeface, a generative, unique-to-holder logo that can be used as a PFP. Physical items are expected to ship early 2023.

Ethel Cain for Palace CK1

Courtesy of Palace

Calvin Klein and Palace's buzzy collab that dropped in April is back with a limited restock for the holidays. The CK1 Palace range includes men’s and women’s underwear styles and the CK1 Palace Fragrance. The brands tapped singer Ethel Cain, actress Uma Thurman, actor Michael Imperioli and rapper Roddy Ricc for a film celebrating the release.

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Tod's x 8 Moncler Palm Angels

Courtesy of Tod's

For Moncler's ongoing Genius project, Palm Angels creative director Francesco Ragazzi put his own stamp on two of Tod's classic footwear styles: the Gommino driving loafers, which are rendered in flame and intarsia prints; and the W.G. lace-up ankle boot given a winter touch with palm tree Moncler logo.

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Stella McCartney x Yoshitomo Nara

Courtesy of Stella McCartney

Stella McCartney and Yoshitomo Nara come together once again following their sold-out collaboration from two years ago through a second unisex capsule featuring the legendary Japanese artist’s work. The Yoshitomo Nara x Stella McCartney wardrobe brings attention to meaningful issues, with the cheeky resistance and youthful rebelliousness of his illustrations uniting a new generation of changemakers around shared activism, aesthetics and a love for animals.

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Foo and Foo's Holiday Mobile Pop-Up

Coming off its first-ever runway show during New York Fashion Week, gender-fluid streetwear label Foo and Foo is holding a holiday mobile pop-up in Los Angeles this weekend out of a van complete with music, snacks, drinks, fun times and all that good stuff. Follow the brand's Instagram account to see which neighborhoods they will be stopping at.

Kaia Gerber for Alexander McQueen Slash Bag

Courtesy of Alexander McQueen

Kaia Gerber is the face of Alexander McQueen's Slash bag with a new human-tech campaign directed by Glen Luchford which explores human emotion within a futuristic landscape. The bag features McQueen's signature Knuckle hardware and skull motif. Crafted in padded leather, the sharply cut, slashed body is inspired by the house’s sliced and slashed tailoring.

Mowalola Bratz Dolls

Courtesy of Marili Andre

Mowalola and MGA have reimagined two distinct Bratz Collector dolls — Jade and Felicia — who wear unique pieces designed exclusively for this collab including sky-high platform boots, a boho-bag, custom eyewear and two ready-to-wear looks.

"Growing up as a tomboy in Lagos, Nigeria, I have always been fascinated by Bratz dolls with their extreme beauty, looks, and out-of-this-world-fashion," said Mowalola Ogunlesi. "This collaboration with the brand gave me the opportunity to re-examine the ideals of beauty and femininity and how I could bring Bratz into my world and make them reflect my own ideas of beauty."

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