Written by The Strategy
As many fashion brands make the scramble to figure out how to shoot new campaigns and their new fashion calendars, some have decided to find ways to keep us entertained. These uncertain and unprecedented times have left us with more free time on our hands, and with very little to fill it with. Thankfully, the brands below are here to help with colouring and activity pages, available for download. The best part: They are all free.
Should you not own a pair of Jelly Hoops just yet, we suggest you take this time to colour in the pair of your dreams. Once your page has been coloured, don’t forget to share it on socials with the hashtag, #coLOUringbook!
Legendary shoe designer, Manolo Blahnik has created a collection of colouring pages made from his iconic sketches. The collection, The Art of Colouring, is released in partnership with Mental Health Foundation, a UK organization that helps the public “understand, protect, and sustain their mental heath”. Slip on your favourite pair of Manolos(or realistically, your Ugg slippers), while you colour your Margolina slingbacks.
French designer, Isabel Marant, turned her S/S 2020 campaign into colouring pages, and we love them. We will admit there is a hint of pain colouring in the pages of an illustrated Rebecca Leigh, in beach-y scenes, while stuck in our apartments, but at least we’re doing so wearing our Isabel Marant Amer choker.
There is very little (if any) that The Last Line does that we aren’t fans of. The latest from the millennial favourite jewelry brand, is colouring and activity sheets. The frequently uploaded pages have seen us through many a quarantined Friday night.
Duh! As if we haven’t talked about our TS #WFH Activity Mats enough. If you haven’t downloaded a mat yet, we don’t know what you are waiting for. Each mat has a different activity, and test your fashion knowledge.