"The List" is PAPER's monthly roundup of the newest arrivals, capsules and collaborations. Scroll through, below, to see February's biggest fashion news.
Michael B. Jordan Lands First Calvin Klein Campaign
Courtesy of Calvin Klein/ Mert and Marcus
Michael B. Jordan strips down for his first-ever Calvin Klein campaign, photographed by Mert and Marcus, where he models a range of their new underwear styles. The images will be displayed on the brand's signature Houston St. and La Cienega billboards in SoHo starting today February 27.
Maison Margiela x Gentle Monster have partnered to launch a new eyewear collection featuring eleven designs in sunglasses and optical frames that incorporate genuine threaded details of Maison Margiela’s signature stitch logo. Prices range from: $320-$680.
Available starting February 28 at Gentle Monster and Maison Margiela on/offline stores
le PÈRE Launches First Fragrance
Courtesy of le PÈRE
Launched in the middle of New York Fashion Week, emerging menswear label le PÈRE debuted its first-ever fragrance crafted with the French perfumer Blaise Mautin. The scent includes notes of patchouli, santal, vanilla, musk and cedar.
“This is a very personal collaboration for me,” said Mautin. “We set out to create a fragrance drenched in the heart of the fantasy of le PÈRE and the result is something that even surprised myself — full of force and courage — waves of sensitivity, sensuality, and masculinity, one after the other until what’s left is something very rare and special.
Available now for $200 at lepere.com
First seen on the Givenchy runway in Paris last September, the Voyou bag is a new style from the brand under Matthew M. Williams. "I wanted to revisit fashion archetypes with a kind of new language and a playful attitude," he says. "With the Voyou, you know at a glance that it's Parisian, but it's at home wherever it goes, and it makes an everyday style statement that has true staying power." It also features prominently in Givenchy's Spring campaign featuring Gigi Hadid.
Available now at Givenchy stores and Givenchy.com
Dsquared2 Buddy by MySecretCase
Courtesy of Dsquared2
Dsquared2 is getting into sex toys with the launch of a new collab with MySecretCase. The USB-chargable collection consists of a clitoral sucker, dildo and a penis ring made in a soft skin-safe waterproof silicone all featuring the Dsquared2 logo.
Available now at Dsquared2.com
Fans of Swedish label CDLP's tonal, minimalist underwear can now enjoy the same luxe experience with jockstraps. The brand, which launched the category briefly 2018 and 2020 in limited-edition styles, is officially reintroducing jockstraps to their core collection. The super soft silk-like fabric is lyocell, and the waistband is tonal black with signature CDLP debossed logo.
Available now at CDLP.com
COS and emerging designer Reece Yeboah join forces to launch his namesake brand YEBOAH with a new collaboration. The collection developed with COS combines street-luxe wear with contemporary tailoring codes.
Available now at CosStores.com
Rimowa teamed up with London-based skateboarding and clothing brand Palace to create a limited-edition suitcase and a deck and sticker set that merge Rimowa's engineering heritage and Palace's approach to fashion and streetwear.
Available starting February 10 the at Rimowa stores worldwide and rimowa.com