Yoox Teams up With Arianne Phillips for Hollywood-Inspired Collection

Yoox Teams up With Arianne Phillips for Hollywood-Inspired Collection

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Yoox Teams up With Arianne Phillips for Hollywood-Inspired Collection

The Oscar-nominated designer created pieces to benefit the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures.

The Oscar-nominated designer created pieces to benefit the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures.

Text: Luana Harumi

Italian fashion retailer YOOX has joined forces with Oscar-nominated costume designer Arianne Phillips for a new capsule collection honoring Hollywood. The exclusive line features four tees with prints inspired by the film industry, and all sales proceeds from the collection will be donated to the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences to support the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures.

Photo courtesy of YOOX.

Phillips’ work in films includes Once Upon a Time... in Hollywood, Girl, Interrupted, The Crow, and the Kingsman series. She is also known for her work with Madonna – the designer styled the “Material Girl” singer and Katy Perry for V89 in 2014. Phillips is also a member of the Time’s Up coalition and in 2019 she co-founded RAD (Red carpet ADvocacy), an organization that aims for social progress and helps non-profits and charity projects. 

The Academy Museum of Motion Pictures is set to open in Los Angeles on September 30, 2021, and will be one of the largest institutions in the U.S. dedicated to the craft and artists of the film industry. Visitors will get the chance to experience the moviemaking process from the point of view of those behind the craft. 

The shirts are available in black and white with a glitter-lined “Hollywood” logo, a printed pair of sunglasses reflecting palm trees and the Walk of Fame, or a film strip with a pink banner that says “The End.” Shop the styles at Yoox. com

Credits: Cover photo via YOOX.com.

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