Fashion News Roundup: Kanye West’s Jesus Is King Merch Pop-Up Shop, A $112,000 USD Tiffany & Co. Advent Calendar, and more!

Kanye West’s “Jesus Is King” Merch Pop-Up Shop Unveils Its Interior

As Kanye West’s eagerly-awaited “Jesus Is King” finally dropped on October 26, the rapper launched a pop-up shop in Los Angeles where fans bought the album’s merch as well as some exclusive goods. The interior of the pop up shop was decorated with foliage and other organic installations, with the centerpiece being an armored truck that’s partially submerged in water at the peak of a hill of dirt.

The merchandise offered ranged from sweatsuits and hats seen on West’s website to special goods, such as several painted “JESUS IS KING” pullovers. Last but not least, according to HYPEBEAST, pre-orders for previously-unreleased YEEZY sneakers were also be available at the event.

Armani Exchange Releases ’90s Revival Fall/Winter 2019 Collection

Armani Exchange revives its creative elements that it personified in the ’90s through the release of the fashion label’s Fall/Winter 2019 collection. The collection spotlights new selection of seasonal essentials that blends street and sportswear with luxury fabrication all together. Nostalgic design elements like strong logos, bold color choices and all-over prints appear throughout the range of ready to wear accessories.

Looks include jackets, sweaters, shirts and trousers to carry-alls, high-tops and tonal low-cut runners. And standing out the most amongst the collection are the knit pull-overs, most notably with a speckled ombre sweater and another in a graphic color-blocked gold and black logo.

Tiffany & Co. Drops A Super Limited $112,000 USD Advent Calendar

With the holiday season just around the corner, Tiffany & Co. is dropping its first-ever advent calendar priced at a whopping $112,000 USD, available to only four pieces. The 24-day calendar is designed by London-based illustrator Pat Vale who draws inspiration from the brand’s highly-Instagrammed flagship exterior, standing at a height of four-foot-tall. What becomes of the price is that the calendar is packed with pre-selected items ranging from a Sterling Silver Harmonica ($695 USD), Sterling Silver Clothespin ($905 USD), 18k Gold Triple Drop Earrings ($4,600 USD), Colour Block Pen and Pencil Set ($720 USD), and much more. Each item is then wrapped in a signature Tiffany Blue Box, and to top it all off it will be delivered in the most Tiffany & Co. way possible: by “white glove service.”

Depop’s Re/Sourced Platform To Sell Ralph Lauren 150 Vintage and Rare Pieces

Ralph Lauren and creative mobile marketplace slash selling app Depop have teamed up to sell over 150 unique, vintage pieces of the American brand, including rare ’90s pieces, more recent and sought-after releases, and hard-to-find garments from the Polo Sport collection. Using Depop’s Re/Sourced platform, Ralph Lauren aims to bring back its well-looked-after gems from the years gone to achieve sustainability. Ralph Lauren’s limited selection is available via the Re/Sourced campaign on the Depop app, and can also be purchased at a pop-up space within Ralph Lauren’s New Bond Street flagship store in London store from October 22 to November 7.

USD Urwerk AMCs Rare 317 years-Accurate $2.7 Million Watch Heads To Auction

One-of-three Urwerk AMCs (Atomic Master Clock) are heading to Phillips Auction house’s “GAME CHANGERS” watch auction in December. A result of over eight years of research and development, the AMC watch is made from 70 lb milled aluminum “base unit” case and a mechanical wristwatch that joins the case for precise rate adjustments, which during its release pushes the boundaries of watchmaking and engineering. GPS is used to fine-tune the watch and make up for any time lost or gained—accurate up to one second every 317 years—when it was joined to its “Master Case”. Originally sold at a staggering $2.7 million USD price tag, The Atomic Master Clock will start with a low estimate of $1 million USD.