It’s not a reach to say there are new and notable fashion drops every day. To help you keep tabs on the latest and greatest launches, we’ll be sharing the standout clothing and accessories that catch our eye each month. You saw it—and can shop it—here first.
Perfectly relaxed shirting
Free People teamed up with British brand With Nothing Underneath on a limited edition capsule of striped button-down shirts that are perfect for any summer or fall capsule wardrobe. Wear them unbuttoned over a swimsuit or tucked into a denim skirt—they look great with anything. Don’t miss the sweetest floral embroidery that’s sewn onto the shirt as part of the collab.
Lingerie you’ll want to wear out
Two Gen Z favorites—Parade and Ganni—worked together on of the most exciting collabs of summer: Some of Parade’s bestselling size-inclusive bralettes, undies, and catsuits are given the Ganni treatment with happy-go-luck-mesh and pretty satin.
Royals-loved accessories brand Longchamp teamed up with Toiletpaper Magazine—a satirical arts publication by contemporary Italian artist Maurizio Cattelan (often referred to as the art world’s enfant terrible) and photographer Pierpaolo Ferrari—on a limited edition run of Le Pliage totes this summer. Only 1,500 pieces are available worldwide, making them true collector’s items.
The visually-striking collection fuses both brands’ iconography: The French bulldog and pipe print tie back to the Longchamp’s beginnings as a manufacturer of hand-wrapped leather pipes, while the banana print refers to the “Comedian,” Cattelan’s viral artwork of a banana duct taped to a wall at Art Basel in 2019.
Hill House also collaborated with Virginia-based artist and calligrapher Stephanie Fishwick on two new prints that adorn some of the bestselling midis and minis, like the Anjuli and Elizabeth Nap Dress.
Athleisure brand Terez unveiled a women’s and girls’ collection (think sports bras, leggings, bike shorts) with eight Major League Baseball teams, including the New York Yankees, New York Mets, Houston Astros, Chicago Cubs, Los Angeles Dodgers, Boston Red Sox, Washington Nationals, and Philadelphia Eagles. Prices range from $55-$198—and you can find the pieces (sized from XS to XXL for adults, and 4-14 for kids) online as well as in select stadiums.
For the littlest ones, there’s also an adorable Disney collaboration with Glamour editor-loved baby clothing brand, Monica+Andy. Check it out if you’re looking for a gift for newborns (or a thoughtful present for an expecting, Disney-loving mom).
It’s a Barbie world and we’re just living in it
There’s been a dizzying number of Barbie collabs, but one that stuck with us is Béis’, featuring hot pink carry-ons and weekender bags that you’ll spot on the luggage carousel from miles away.
Take a hike
Canada Goose launched its first-ever pair of low and hi-top sneakers since debuting footwear in 2021—the Glacier Trail Sneaker and Glacier Trail Sneaker High. Both are supportive and fully waterproof, marrying style with comfort and stability (peep those seriously grippy treads!)—ideal for scaling and descending on uneven terrain.
Resortwear brand Savannah Morrow just debuted Savannah Morrow Basics, a capsule of wardrobe essentials you’ll want to live in. Everything from the T-shirts and tank tops to the dresses and intimates are sustainably-made: The brand used innovative fabrics derived from seaweed and wood-based fibers to create materials that are equal parts buttery-soft, stretchy, breathable, and high-quality.
If you’re still adding to your summer wardrobe, anything from Spanish fashion brand Charo Ruiz’ latest collection is lovely.
Elsewhere on the internet…
We’re loving this seashell and starfish PVC bag from Cult Gaia that we saw new on Shopbop, ideally worn with these crystal and baroque pearl earrings from Martha Calvo. Net-a-Porter got some new breezy lounge sets from Deiji Studios that we think would be perfect for the August heat. Pre-order Dear Frances’ mesh flats to pair them with. And if you’ve yet to watch Barbie, Rouje has this cute (but not achingly sweet) pink dress that would look so charming with Emi Jay’s rose scrunchie.
Talia Abbas is the senior commerce editor at Glamour. You can follow her on Instagram at @_taliaabbas.