Thursday 11th November

| BY 10 Magazine

Ten Craves: Etro x Harris Reed, Jil Sander x Arc’teryx and More!

Ten Craves is our online series that rounds up all the best product launches and must-know fashion happenings week in, week out. 

Still gagged over Daniel Lee and Bottega Veneta’s split? Here’s some other fashion happenings to feed your fix.

Etro and Harris Reed join forces for a limited collection of genderless blouses

10 cover star Harris Reed has joined forces with Italian fashion giant Etro for a limited edition blouse collection. Keeping in tune with Reed’s genderless design vision, the collection features two voluminous styles which are crafted from recycled Etro silks, coated in the brand’s iconic Paisley print. Shop here. Paul Toner 

Pitchfork Festival comes to London

For the first time in its history, Pitchfork Festival has decamped to London for a slew of events. Over the next five days, the festival takes place in venues across the city, with the likes of Giant Swan, Metronomy, Eartheater and Tirzah set to perform. Grab the last remaining tickets here. PT

Jil Sander and Arc’teryx come together for a winter sports collaboration

Focusing on the world of winter sports including skiing, snowboarding and mountain sports, the husband and wife duo behind Jil Sander, Lucie and Luke Meier, have come together with outdoor clothing label Arc’teryx on a collection that will keep all of your winter needs at bay. Intended for an active lifestyle to protect you from the cold months ahead, get ready for the mountains with something new. Shop here. Andrea Sacal

Photography courtesy of Jil Sander

Erdem launches its first menswear collection

Combining film and painting into one, Erdem’s first-ever menswear collection is inspired by film director Derek Jarman’s wardrobe with a splash of Patrick Procktor’s artistry. The collection showcases relaxed clothing with artistic and utilitarian motifs and highlights Jarman’s signature boiler suit uniform. Knitted tank tops and accompanying boiler suits are covered in floral printed cotton fabrics whilst stripped cardigans and jumpers come with an off-duty appeal. Shop here. AS

Photography courtesy of Erdem

Proenza Schouler and Mercedes-Benz collaborate on a collection for the road

An unlikely yet joyous pairing, automotive manufacturer Mercedes-Benz and New York-based label Proenza Schouler have joined forces to offer a new fashion experience. The collection takes inspiration from travel and the open road and comes covered in genderless styles that complement all of your travel needs. Recycled cashmere blankets come accompanied by blanket harnesses whilst essential trench coats and knitted turtlenecks showcase Proenza’s staple style with ease. Shop hereAS

Photography courtesy of Proenza Schouler

Ginori 1735’s ‘Reborn’ brings together global talent

Abstract glass and tableware label Ginori 1735 is starting a new chapter in the history of its unique art collections. Presenting its ‘Reborn’ project, it brings together nine innovative artists, decorators and designers to design a 54-piece Ginori table service and decorative pieces that are unique to each individual. Each participant also designed tureens, pedestal tables, coffee tables and lamps in their own unique style. Bringing together global talent, the opportunities are endless! AS

Photography courtesy of Ginori 1735

Top image courtesy of Etro.