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Fingercroxx Fall/Winter 2015 Collection

By November 6, 2015Fashion News

Burberry and it’s star studded case celebrate the festive film.

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Burberry chief creative and chief executive officer Christopher Bailey and Elton John joined forced to host the premiere of the fashion house’s 2015 Festive film. The Billy Elliot themed film was screened at Burberry’s global flagship store in London on Regent Street, Wednesday evening.

Burberry hosted over 500 guests including the campaign’s British stars: James Bay, Romeo Beckham, Naomi Campbell, Michelle Dockery, George Ezra, Julie Walters, Rosie and Toby Huntington-Whiteley, plus additional guests such as Victoria Beckham and Dougie Poynter.

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Fingercroxx release their new collection campaign.

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Street style idols, Fingercroxx have released their latest collection. Teaming up with 17 year old model and fashion purveyor, Luke Sabbat, who has modeled for the likes of Kanye West, the collection campaign is based on the street of New York, showing what their style is made of.

Fingercroxx taps famous street fashion brand ALIFE from New York to co-design a capsule collection for this winter. The compact collection features wearable items marked by iconic prints and logos from both brands. The signature tagline “keep your finger croxx” by fingercroxx is joined by ALIFE’s instantly recognisable box logo on the sport-inspired American streetwear ensemble of baseball jacket, hoodie, sweatshirt, jogging pants and long-sleeved 3D print logo tee, etc. To complement the military style of fingercroxx’ main line, sweatshirt and jogging pants are designed in “woodland camo” pattern co-designed by the two-strong creative forces, while the motif of fingercroxx’s mysterious character BIGFOOT holding the ALIFE box logo takes centre stage in the collection. The latest campaign is shot in New York, featuring the “it” face of American fashion Luka Sabbat.

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