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  • Ryzí News - [Prada Spacesuit, Adidas + Moncler and more...]

    Ryzí News - [Prada Spacesuit, Adidas + Moncler e mais...]

    Prada Spacesuit
    Prada announced last Wednesday (04/10) that it will design spacesuits for NASA's next lunar mission, Artemis III, which is expected to take place in 2025 and will be the first manned mission since Apollo 17.

    Prada's main contribution to the project in partnership with Axiom Space is to provide greater flexibility and protection of the suit in hostile environments.
    “Prada’s technical expertise with raw materials, manufacturing techniques and innovative design concepts will bring fundamental advanced technologies to ensure not only the comfort of astronauts on the lunar surface, but also the much-needed human factors considerations absent from traditional spacesuits. "

    Pedro Saci for Balenciaga
    Brazilian Pedro Saci (aka Varias Tatu) printed 8 looks from Balenciaga's summer 2024 show. Pedro, who was born in São Paulo and has lived in Paris for 3 years, received the invitation to participate in the creation of the prints through one of the designers on Demna's team at Balenciaga.

    Adidas + Moncler
    Adidas teamed up with Moncler and launched, on the 4th, a collection designed for adventurers. The objective of the partnership was to unite the innovative spirit of outdoor living, characteristic of Moncler, with Adidas' legacy of streetstyle creativity.
    Inspired by an exploratory journey from the summit to the city, the new collection features puffers, long and short, as well as coats and vests.
    For the launch campaign, entitled "The art of Explorers", artists from various areas were challenged to create human-style explorers inspired by the collection's looks. The highlight of this style was the use of artificial intelligence.

    Seán McGirr, McQueen's new creative director

    After Sarah Burton's farewell show at Paris Fashion Week, Alexander McQueen announced, on the 3rd, its new creative director: Seán McGirr.
    The Irish designer previously headed part of JW Anderson's ready-to-wear division, in addition to having worked for brands such as Dries Van Noten and UNIQLO.
    "Alexander McQueen is a house that fascinates us and we are convinced that Seán McGirr will continue his journey with a new creative drive. We look forward to opening this new chapter in the history of this unique brand." comments François-Henri Pinault, CEO of Kering.

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