HOLIDAY 2020 LOOKBOOK:
There’s power in the collective. Here, our cast of siblings, partners and friends showcase creative combinations of fabrics and colors in our favorite looks of the season.
Coat of Arms
What can you be doing more of? Who can you be making a positive impact on? Our favorite outerwear is designed to keep you moving through the cold, and toward everything you want to accomplish.
Featuring Fatou Bah, Mette Linturi and Elise Pinel, roommates, dancers and models, and Yasin Ben El-Mhanni, footballer, and his friend Amanuel Kahsai, a football choreographer
“With dance… you’re the creator. You’re the blank canvas. I create whatever I want and that can be so empowering.”
Dancer and model
“Now is such a beautiful chance for our relationships to deepen, to really see who the people next to me are. How they want to be treated, how to love and how to appreciate them.”
Dancer and model
Two of a Kind
From weather-ready versions of Nike icons to exaggeratedly comfy post-workout sneakers, our favorite shoes of the season are functional works of art — and high-utility gifts for the athletes* on your list.
Featuring Deba Hekmat, model and activist, and her boyfriend Tom Austin, aka rapper Niko B
“I love making things that didn’t exist five minutes ago.”
Aka rapper Niko B
“I feel like we’ve definitely had enough, to an extent. And it’s up to us. It really is. We are the generation that hopefully is going to start the pivot for change.”
Model and activist
Embrace the Elements
Thanks to warm, reflective, rain-resistant innovations, winter is no reason to skip your running and training workouts. Here are the head-to-toe kits you need to get out there.
Featuring models Ursula Griffiths and Brian Whittaker
Comfort and Joy
One thing this year taught us is how to dress for the great indoors. Here, off-duty athletes* take a breather to reconnect, catch up and get comfortable in elevated sportswear essentials.
Featuring Lamisa Khan and Zeinab Saleh, friends and co-founders of creative collective Muslim Sisterhood and Georgia Moot, a model and activist, and her boyfriend Axel Svensson, a furniture designer
“We work so well together because we’re both individuals within the relationship. I lived abroad last year for three months, so we did long distance, and when you allow each other to kind of do your own thing…”
Model and activist
“...That really tested us and brought us closer as well.”
“We all have this innate drive to create spaces that are centering Muslim women, that are centering us. And not only to make things more livable for us, but for those who come after us.”
Co-founder, Muslim Sisterhood
Luxe textures add elegance to premium performance, working just as well for a festive evening as they do for winter workouts. Here, we share our favorite looks for a sport-inspired holiday soiree.
Featuring Georgia Palmer, a model and her brother, Joel Palmer, a model and creative director. Also featuring her friend Charlotte Carey, a model and pilot-in-training.
“Our collective is a community of like-minded individuals and free thinkers. A lot of [those] people are queer creatives and we are a minority, in a way, so that’s what brings us together. But everyone’s their own individual character and that’s where the power comes in.”
Model and creative director
“Community, I feel, is building this strong circle of people around us who are seen as minorities in the industry and who we can help elevate. It’s all about togetherness.”
Functional details are just the beginning. The real plot twist comes in the collective — the unexpected union of rich fabrics and striking colors. The next chapter is entirely up to you.
Featuring Naomi and Mari Osaka, sisters, tennis players ClearBear and Haatepah, brothers, Indigenous rights and environmental activists
“My sister [Mari] is a driving force for me. I think even my personality probably has a lot to do with her because when I was little, she would beat me at tennis every day. I feel like that shaped my competitiveness a lot. It made me really want to win all my matches.”
“Haatepah and I are fraternal twins and we’ve always been very close, but culturally, the collective mindset is one that we’ve followed for thousands of years on this continent. Our family and our tribe and other Native Nations as well, have always been community over self."
Indigenous rights and environmental activist