Hilary MacMillan The Earth The Thunder Travis Scott shirt Does Barbiecore + Other Fashion News. Virgil Abloh’s legacy is celebrated at Nordstrom, and Levi’s x Ganni is the ultimate summer collab. By Annika Lautens. Hilary MacMillan is a Barbie girl. PHOTOGRAPHY COURTESY OF HILARY MACMILLAN. The best part of Barbie’s dream house? Her closet, of course! And while we’ll never actually be able to sample the doll’s hot pink wardrobe, the Hilary MacMillan Barbie collection comes close. The Canadian vegan and cruelty-free brand have collaborated with the iconic Mattel toy on the nostalgic 15-piece collection ‘Shades of Pink.’ Each piece features references to Barbie through generations, and the capsule includes pins made in collaboration with Canadian jewelry designer Biko. To mark the launch on August 11, MacMillan opened its first-ever pop-up concept store at 131 Bloor Street West in Toronto that “transports visitors into a luxe closet inspired by Barbie.”
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