20 January 2023

HUNGER’s MVP of the week

Welcome to HUNGER’s Most Valuable Player, the place to find the best things to buy, watch, do or listen to each week. Forget about the hype, we want to separate what’s hot, what’s not, and what needs to be on your radar…

We’re starting this week’s MVP with a bang as House Of Sunny releases their latest collection, dubbed ‘New Beginnings.’ The collection sees the brand drop a variety of stunning ready-to-wear pieces, including kiwi printed shirts, skirts and shorts, as well as a Y2K inspired low-rise denim skirt. Other standouts include an eye-catching, dazzling pink leather overcoat, neon bikinis and a sparkling sequin-covered skirt. New Beginnings’ striking colourways and playful patterning are exactly the energy we’re looking for through these cold, gloomy winter months. So, why not add a little brightness to those days and treat yourself to a few of the pieces here?

Next up, Ruggable – your one-stop shop for all things rugs – are partnering with the National Gallery to produce a special collection. The collaboration sees ten famous paintings, including Claude Monet’s Water Lily-Pond, J. M. W. Turner’s Evening Star and Vincent Van Gogh’s Sunflowers, reimagined into exclusive, high-quality, classical rugs. With this collaboration, you can now enjoy iconic artwork from the comfort of your home – and don’t worry about making a mess over them, as they’re completely washable. With this selection of luxury rugs, you’ll be able to turn every room of your home into a work of art. If that sounds appealing to you, the Ruggable x National Gallery collection is available to purchase here.

Finally, taking this week’s coveted MVP crown is iconic workwear brand Dickies, who recently launched their new SS23 collection – and are now returning with more new arrivals from the collection. This time around, the label showcases a selection of pieces that blur the line between traditional and modern-day styling. Centred around matching sets, hickory stripes and vintage reworked patterns, the collection combines a sense of functionality with splashes of individuality. Contrast stitch denim jackets, lilac shirts and a purple rose-coloured skirt make for the collection’s must-have pieces – which can all be purchased at the Dickies website.

  • HUNGER Writers

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