Danielle Guizio Teams With FDNY to Create Limited-Edition Capsule Collection

FOUR-ALARM FASHION: With a few relatives who are firefighters, Danielle Guizio understands the round-the-clock dedication that goes with the job. Now the New York-based contemporary designer has created a capsule collection with the New York City Fire Department. Developed to honor the work of New York’s bravest, the nine-piece collection of genderless streetwear features FDNY logos and incorporates uniform accents and fire truck insignia.
Four years into her own company, Guizio started her career as a stylist, working with Lady Gaga’s stylist among others. More recently, she started doing a little personal shopping on the side at the request of her friends including Halsey, whom she first met six years ago. One of Giuzio’s childhood friends is now the musician’s manager. The designer said she first got to know of Halsey via the Internet. “It might have even been before Instagram,” she said.
The pair became friends during their leaner days, when each was trying to make their way. At that time, Halsey was sleeping on the floor with two of Giuzio’s other friends in a New York apartment. As for lending a hand to Gaga’s wardrobe, Guizio said she grew up singing and dancing to the six-time Grammy winner’s music in

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Lululemon Just Released the Prettiest Limited-Edition Leggings

Tomorrow isn’t just any old Friday: Millions of people will be celebrating Chinese New Year on February 16. In honor of the holiday, Lululemon created a limited-edition capsule collection inspired by the festival.

The brand updated its classic leggings and sports bra styles with a pretty new print that boasts a deeper meaning. Lululemon explained the significance in a press release: “The color red symbolizes good fortune and joy for the Lunar New Year, as most notably found in traditional red pockets and gifting during the festival, while flowers like magnolias, peonies, plum and lily blossoms are prominent symbols in Chinese culture and art. Each flower and branch was hand-drawn and brought to life with different shades of red.”

The result, much like every other Lululemon launch, is a collection we’re dying to get our hands on ASAP. Scroll down to shop the pieces now. 

Available in sizes 2 to 12.
Available in sizes 2 to 12.

Opening Image: Lululemon 

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