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Louis Vuitton's women's Summer 2021 capsule collection comes to Amsterdam de Bijenkorf
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Louis Vuitton's women's Summer 2021 capsule collection comes to Amsterdam de Bijenkorf

Fashion Louis Vuitton opens an exclusive pop-up on April 6, 2021 in the Bijenkorf in Amsterdam, dedicated to the capsule summer collection 2021 for women. The capsule collection is an ode to a carefree and warm summer. The spicy, colorful creations are the eye-catchers on the ground floor of the famous department store in the Dutch capital. The ready-to-wear, leather goods, shoes and accessories in colorful and fresh hues are absolute must-haves for the upcoming summer season. The iconic Louis Vuitton Monogram with color gradient immediately catches the eye: soft hues of a sunrise, vivid nuances of a sunset and brilliant hues of a clear blue lagoon. Warm notes of vanilla, bronzey orange and pale pink make you dream of a wonderful day of relaxing on the beach. The design of the pop-up is inspired by the theme “a summer at the pool” and conveys the atmosphere of the capsule collection. In addition to an extensive range of ready-to-wear, footwear and accessories, some of the House's most iconic handbags come in colorful designs, such as Neverfull, Capucines and Twist.     Louis Vuitton de Bijenkorf, Dam 1, 1012 JS Amsterdam www.louisvuitton.com Louis Vuitton opens an exclusive pop-up on April 6, 2021 in the Bijenkorf in Amsterdam, dedicated to the capsule summer collection 2021 for women. The capsule collection is an ode to a carefree and warm summer. The spicy, colorful creations are the eye-catchers on the ground floor of the famous department store in the Dutch capital. The ready-to-wear, leather goods, shoes and accessories in colorful and fresh hues are absolute must-haves for the upcoming summer season. The iconic Louis Vuitton Monogram with color gradient immediately catches the eye: soft hues of a sunrise, vivid nuances of a sunset and brilliant hues of a clear blue lagoon. Warm notes of vanilla, bronzey orange and pale pink make you dream of a wonderful day of relaxing on the beach. The design of the pop-up is inspired by the theme “a summer at the pool” and conveys the atmosphere of the capsule collection. In addition to an extensive range of ready-to-wear, footwear and accessories, some of the House's most iconic handbags come in colorful designs, such as Neverfull, Capucines and Twist.     Louis Vuitton de Bijenkorf, Dam 1, 1012 JS Amsterdam www.louisvuitton.com

DIOR PRESENTS THE SPRING-SUMMER 2021 DIOR CHEZ MOI CAPSULE COLLECTION
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DIOR PRESENTS THE SPRING-SUMMER 2021 DIOR CHEZ MOI CAPSULE COLLECTION

Fashion An invitation to refinement and the gentle life, the Dior Chez Moi collection, comprising loungewear designed by Maria Grazia Chiuri, has been enriched with new pieces. Precious pajama sets, bathrobes and ponchos now mingle with irresistible dresses and shorts punctuated with the Dior Oblique motif, one of the House’s timeless, iconic codes, as well as the essential toile de Jouy, revisited in a tropical version in blue and white with majestic palm trees. This dazzling flora also blossoms on emblematic accessories such as the Dior Book Tote, embroidered mules, and Mitzah scarves. An art of elegance and freedom, freshly reinvented. An invitation to refinement and the gentle life, the Dior Chez Moi collection, comprising loungewear designed by Maria Grazia Chiuri, has been enriched with new pieces. Precious pajama sets, bathrobes and ponchos now mingle with irresistible dresses and shorts punctuated with the Dior Oblique motif, one of the House’s timeless, iconic codes, as well as the essential toile de Jouy, revisited in a tropical version in blue and white with majestic palm trees. This dazzling flora also blossoms on emblematic accessories such as the Dior Book Tote, embroidered mules, and Mitzah scarves. An art of elegance and freedom, freshly reinvented.

TRAVEL LIGHT WITH CHRISTIAN LOUBOUTIN’S   CARACABA
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TRAVEL LIGHT WITH CHRISTIAN LOUBOUTIN’S CARACABA

Accessories Wherever Christian Louboutin goes, he finds inspiration. Collecting ideas and references like a  modern-day Marco Polo, his love of folk arts and traditional craftsmanship was the starting point  for this season’s newest limited-edition cabas offering, the CARACABA.     “I have been travelling in my head since I was a kid, looking at travel agencies magazines and imagining months  of backpacking, booking fake hotel nights and train tickets, meeting people from all over the world, learning  unknown languages. From there, I made this dream my everyday life. But recently, I’ve been travelling in a totally  different way – without moving at all.”     Inviting us to take an imaginary journey through the designer’s creative universe, the Maison’s  latest offering is nothing short of a joyfully riotous patchwork of styles and colors. Featuring a  hand-embroidered ‘Louboutin’, each letter revisits designer’s most iconic inspirations and  destinations, from the vibrant MEXICABA, all the way to the sumptuously detailed  CABARAPARIS. Also making its debut is the exclusive TAROT print, designed especially for  the Maison. Inspired by the famed Tarot de Marseille deck, it highlights selected cards from the  Major Arcanas and features on the CARACABA’s lining as well as some of the capsule’s key  bags and shoes.     With its square base, signature stud detailing and slender leather top handles, the CARACABA is  ideally sized for packing the essentials and more, but those who like to travel even lighter need  look no further than the mini CARACABA e-commerce exclusive. Launching in May, the  collection will also include a Tarot-print inspired capsule of bags, and women’s and men’s shoes.   Always looking for a way to give back, the Maison will be making a donation to La Source, a  French charity aiming to broaden the horizons of young people by providing them with the  means to express themselves creatively. Wherever Christian Louboutin goes, he finds inspiration. Collecting ideas and references like a  modern-day Marco Polo, his love of folk arts and traditional craftsmanship was the starting point  for this season’s newest limited-edition cabas offering, the CARACABA.     “I have been travelling in my head since I was a kid, looking at travel agencies magazines and imagining months  of backpacking, booking fake hotel nights and train tickets, meeting people from all over the world, learning  unknown languages. From there, I made this dream my everyday life. But recently, I’ve been travelling in a totally  different way – without moving at all.”     Inviting us to take an imaginary journey through the designer’s creative universe, the Maison’s  latest offering is nothing short of a joyfully riotous patchwork of styles and colors. Featuring a  hand-embroidered ‘Louboutin’, each letter revisits designer’s most iconic inspirations and  destinations, from the vibrant MEXICABA, all the way to the sumptuously detailed  CABARAPARIS. Also making its debut is the exclusive TAROT print, designed especially for  the Maison. Inspired by the famed Tarot de Marseille deck, it highlights selected cards from the  Major Arcanas and features on the CARACABA’s lining as well as some of the capsule’s key  bags and shoes.     With its square base, signature stud detailing and slender leather top handles, the CARACABA is  ideally sized for packing the essentials and more, but those who like to travel even lighter need  look no further than the mini CARACABA e-commerce exclusive. Launching in May, the  collection will also include a Tarot-print inspired capsule of bags, and women’s and men’s shoes.   Always looking for a way to give back, the Maison will be making a donation to La Source, a  French charity aiming to broaden the horizons of young people by providing them with the  means to express themselves creatively.

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LOEWE PRESENTS THE  NEW PAULA'S IBIZA 2021 CAPSULE COLLECTION
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LOEWE PRESENTS THE NEW PAULA'S IBIZA 2021 CAPSULE COLLECTION

Accessories LOEWE launches a new edition of its Paula's Ibiza summer capsule, a collection composed of RTW and accessories inspired by the island of Ibiza. With this capsule, Jonathan Anderson brings the carefree spirit of the beach to everyday life, bringing the sparkle of the sunny Balearics to simple garments and easy-to-wear accessories, with a marked touch of craftsmanship. With this collection, summer is presented to us as a way of being rather than a season: a mentality that runs throughout the year, filling us with energetic joy.     Throughout its five editions, Paula's Ibiza capsule has evolved into a complete proposal for men and women. In 2021, it incorporates new shapes characterized by a softness that is reflected in the deconstructed blazers for men, and also in the set of dresses and tops that are combined with women's pants, offering multiple utilities beyond the moment of summer vacation. Silhouettes are loose-fitting, asymmetrical; effortlessness is key. The fun proposal of prints inspired by the natural world comes from the repertoire created by Paula's founders Armin Heinemann and Stuart Rudnick: parrots, pigeons, crocodiles... alternate with a fun psychedelic interpretation of the LOEWE logo.     Paula's Ibiza 2021 collection features Anagram baskets made from Iraca palm, woven in Colombia by women artisans who are members of the Corporación Oficio and the NGO Arte (an artisan collective that helps these women to become economically independent and educate their children). These woven palm baskets, combined with LOEWE's unparalleled expertise in leather work, result in timeless objects impeccably crafted in our workshops in Spain. LOEWE classics such as the Hammock, Balloon and Gate, in ecru and navy canvas, which gives them a summery feel.     The visual portfolio that accompanies the presentation is a collaboration with photographer Gray Sorrenti, with scenes of Mexico City's colorful architecture. The protagonists pose under a dazzling sun that plays with the graphic shapes of the shadows and vibrant colors of the city.     Paula's Ibiza 2021 collection will be on sale at loewe.com and LOEWE stores from April 15th. LOEWE launches a new edition of its Paula's Ibiza summer capsule, a collection composed of RTW and accessories inspired by the island of Ibiza. With this capsule, Jonathan Anderson brings the carefree spirit of the beach to everyday life, bringing the sparkle of the sunny Balearics to simple garments and easy-to-wear accessories, with a marked touch of craftsmanship. With this collection, summer is presented to us as a way of being rather than a season: a mentality that runs throughout the year, filling us with energetic joy.     Throughout its five editions, Paula's Ibiza capsule has evolved into a complete proposal for men and women. In 2021, it incorporates new shapes characterized by a softness that is reflected in the deconstructed blazers for men, and also in the set of dresses and tops that are combined with women's pants, offering multiple utilities beyond the moment of summer vacation. Silhouettes are loose-fitting, asymmetrical; effortlessness is key. The fun proposal of prints inspired by the natural world comes from the repertoire created by Paula's founders Armin Heinemann and Stuart Rudnick: parrots, pigeons, crocodiles... alternate with a fun psychedelic interpretation of the LOEWE logo.     Paula's Ibiza 2021 collection features Anagram baskets made from Iraca palm, woven in Colombia by women artisans who are members of the Corporación Oficio and the NGO Arte (an artisan collective that helps these women to become economically independent and educate their children). These woven palm baskets, combined with LOEWE's unparalleled expertise in leather work, result in timeless objects impeccably crafted in our workshops in Spain. LOEWE classics such as the Hammock, Balloon and Gate, in ecru and navy canvas, which gives them a summery feel.     The visual portfolio that accompanies the presentation is a collaboration with photographer Gray Sorrenti, with scenes of Mexico City's colorful architecture. The protagonists pose under a dazzling sun that plays with the graphic shapes of the shadows and vibrant colors of the city.     Paula's Ibiza 2021 collection will be on sale at loewe.com and LOEWE stores from April 15th.

Exclusive new editorial "As you are"
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Exclusive new editorial "As you are"

Fashion New digital editorial captured by Paul Scala.   Photographer : Paul Scala @paulscala Stylist : Toyo Tsuchiya @toyotsuchiya Hair : Pål Berrdahl @palberdahl Makeup : Rebecca Davenport using Deciem @davenport_mkup Model : Lillian Connor @ Premier @lillianlconner @premiermodels Model :  Sonny Round @ Models1  @sonny_round @models1 Photo Assistant : Sid Ellisdon @sidellisdon New digital editorial captured by Paul Scala.   Photographer : Paul Scala @paulscala Stylist : Toyo Tsuchiya @toyotsuchiya Hair : Pål Berrdahl @palberdahl Makeup : Rebecca Davenport using Deciem @davenport_mkup Model : Lillian Connor @ Premier @lillianlconner @premiermodels Model :  Sonny Round @ Models1  @sonny_round @models1 Photo Assistant : Sid Ellisdon @sidellisdon

VALENTINO GARAVANI ROMAN STUD TOP HANDLE
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VALENTINO GARAVANI ROMAN STUD TOP HANDLE

Accessories Maison Valentino presents “Mastery Tales”: a narrative of beauty, creative fervor, passion and tradition that distinguish the extraordinary savoir-faire of Italian artisanship and techniques of the Maison. A series of episodes to discover the timeless excellence and the culture of Couture that identify the most iconic items of the Valentino collection.     Chapter 2 is dedicated to the Valentino Garavani Roman Stud top handle bag, first introduced in Valentino Collezione Milano - SS21 fashion show.     Valentino Garavani Roman Stud is the Creative Director Pierpaolo Piccioli’s ultimate interpretation of the Rockstud family. A bold yet sophisticated evolution of the iconic stud, which is enlarged in a macro version. A tribute to the bugnato which characterizes the Roman Palazzos, that opens towards the street, allowing confident observations.     The new Valentino Garavani Roman Stud top handle bag, crafted in soft nappa leather, perfectly conveys the romantic punk attitude of the collection as well as Valentino’s craftmanship tradition and care for detail; its tiny silhouette is enriched by a macro quilting and maxi studs.     Every bag requires around 5 hours of work and over a meter of leather to be produced.The leather is treated to acquire its distinctive soft touch and ironed to gain its unique brightness. Details such as the detachable leather strap and the sliding chain in antique brass finishing add characters to the bag’s small silhouette.     Lastly, a total of 28 studs are applied by hand one by one decorating the bag and the leather strap. The iconic Valentino stud has been reinterpreted as if it were placed under a magnifying glass: it evolves and expands. The pyramidal hardware get outsized, muting from signature metallic accents to utmost magnified elements.     As the iconic Valentino Garavani Rockstud accessories are celebrating the 10th anniversary, Creative Director Pierpaolo Piccioli continues his process of resignification of the iconic codes of the Maison, where reality and dream, high and low, punk and bourgeois, couture and street cohabit. Maison Valentino presents “Mastery Tales”: a narrative of beauty, creative fervor, passion and tradition that distinguish the extraordinary savoir-faire of Italian artisanship and techniques of the Maison. A series of episodes to discover the timeless excellence and the culture of Couture that identify the most iconic items of the Valentino collection.     Chapter 2 is dedicated to the Valentino Garavani Roman Stud top handle bag, first introduced in Valentino Collezione Milano - SS21 fashion show.     Valentino Garavani Roman Stud is the Creative Director Pierpaolo Piccioli’s ultimate interpretation of the Rockstud family. A bold yet sophisticated evolution of the iconic stud, which is enlarged in a macro version. A tribute to the bugnato which characterizes the Roman Palazzos, that opens towards the street, allowing confident observations.     The new Valentino Garavani Roman Stud top handle bag, crafted in soft nappa leather, perfectly conveys the romantic punk attitude of the collection as well as Valentino’s craftmanship tradition and care for detail; its tiny silhouette is enriched by a macro quilting and maxi studs.     Every bag requires around 5 hours of work and over a meter of leather to be produced.The leather is treated to acquire its distinctive soft touch and ironed to gain its unique brightness. Details such as the detachable leather strap and the sliding chain in antique brass finishing add characters to the bag’s small silhouette.     Lastly, a total of 28 studs are applied by hand one by one decorating the bag and the leather strap. The iconic Valentino stud has been reinterpreted as if it were placed under a magnifying glass: it evolves and expands. The pyramidal hardware get outsized, muting from signature metallic accents to utmost magnified elements.     As the iconic Valentino Garavani Rockstud accessories are celebrating the 10th anniversary, Creative Director Pierpaolo Piccioli continues his process of resignification of the iconic codes of the Maison, where reality and dream, high and low, punk and bourgeois, couture and street cohabit.

The new UNIQLO and JW ANDERSON SS21 collection brings us summer positivity, craftsmanship and remarkable details
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The new UNIQLO and JW ANDERSON SS21 collection brings us summer positivity, craftsmanship and remarkable details

Fashion International clothing retailer UNIQLO today announced the new Spring / Summer 2021 collection in collaboration with JW Anderson. This will be launched on April 22nd. The line-up is the latest addition to the ongoing collaboration with the London-based brand that is revolutionizing contemporary fashion.     Handicrafts come to life this season in the collaboration between UNIQLO and JW Anderson. Designed from a vision of hope for new beginnings and bright summer days, this collection continues to evolve LifeWear. Typical of this collection are the distinctive JW Anderson craftsmanship and the unmistakable charm of heirlooms from British culture.     “During the design process, I really thought about spring. Everyone was inside and I was looking forward to being able to go out again. For the collection I really wanted to integrate the feeling of handicraft, as this is extremely important to me. " Jonathan Anderson     The Line-Up   A playful sense of convenience is the common thread in the collection. T-shirts, blouses, hats, tote bags and other items feature wildflower embroidery to match the different materials in the collection. Other remarkable details are the stitching that can be seen in the collection on T-shirts and work shirts for men and also on denim items for women. Dresses and skirts are characterized by bohemian smocking.     The collection, consisting of 13 items for women, 11 items for men and three accessories, contains a lot of cooling linen and seersucker fabric. The color palette consists of khaki, brown and ivory. The range within the men's and women's collection includes many shorts in linen-cotton blend, an ultimate combination for comfort. In addition, the characteristic JW Anderson craftsmanship is reflected in the stitching as well as the simple silhouettes within this relaxed collection. International clothing retailer UNIQLO today announced the new Spring / Summer 2021 collection in collaboration with JW Anderson. This will be launched on April 22nd. The line-up is the latest addition to the ongoing collaboration with the London-based brand that is revolutionizing contemporary fashion.     Handicrafts come to life this season in the collaboration between UNIQLO and JW Anderson. Designed from a vision of hope for new beginnings and bright summer days, this collection continues to evolve LifeWear. Typical of this collection are the distinctive JW Anderson craftsmanship and the unmistakable charm of heirlooms from British culture.     “During the design process, I really thought about spring. Everyone was inside and I was looking forward to being able to go out again. For the collection I really wanted to integrate the feeling of handicraft, as this is extremely important to me. " Jonathan Anderson     The Line-Up   A playful sense of convenience is the common thread in the collection. T-shirts, blouses, hats, tote bags and other items feature wildflower embroidery to match the different materials in the collection. Other remarkable details are the stitching that can be seen in the collection on T-shirts and work shirts for men and also on denim items for women. Dresses and skirts are characterized by bohemian smocking.     The collection, consisting of 13 items for women, 11 items for men and three accessories, contains a lot of cooling linen and seersucker fabric. The color palette consists of khaki, brown and ivory. The range within the men's and women's collection includes many shorts in linen-cotton blend, an ultimate combination for comfort. In addition, the characteristic JW Anderson craftsmanship is reflected in the stitching as well as the simple silhouettes within this relaxed collection.

CELINE PRESENTS THE NEW  TRIOMPHE SHOULDER BAG
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CELINE PRESENTS THE NEW TRIOMPHE SHOULDER BAG

Accessories Céline Vipiana was inspired by the chain that surrounds the Arc de Triomphe in Paris. The inside of the double links represents two “c”. The founder of the house of CELINE instantly adopts it as emblem. Mrs Vipiana shortly uses it on bags, jewels, prints and shoes.     The Triomphe bag was introduced in 2018 by Hedi Slimane, for the Spring Summer 19 collection. On the Spring Summer 21 show, the Triomphe signature is highly visible with the introduction of a new shape : the Triomphe Shoulder bag. Its short strap offers a younger and a more contemporary silhouette. Available in a wide range of materials & colors (Pastel, Tan calfskin & Triomphe Canvas) from 1550 Euros.     shop here: https://www.celine.com/en-nl/celine-shop-women/handbags/triomphe/ Céline Vipiana was inspired by the chain that surrounds the Arc de Triomphe in Paris. The inside of the double links represents two “c”. The founder of the house of CELINE instantly adopts it as emblem. Mrs Vipiana shortly uses it on bags, jewels, prints and shoes.     The Triomphe bag was introduced in 2018 by Hedi Slimane, for the Spring Summer 19 collection. On the Spring Summer 21 show, the Triomphe signature is highly visible with the introduction of a new shape : the Triomphe Shoulder bag. Its short strap offers a younger and a more contemporary silhouette. Available in a wide range of materials & colors (Pastel, Tan calfskin & Triomphe Canvas) from 1550 Euros.     shop here: https://www.celine.com/en-nl/celine-shop-women/handbags/triomphe/

MUGLER PRESENTS  Spring & Summer 2021 PART 02
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MUGLER PRESENTS Spring & Summer 2021 PART 02

Fashion Presented as a metafictional commentary on the fashion show construct, Part 02 of the Spring Summer 2021 collection designed by Casey Cadwallader is a no-holds-barred expression of electric MUGLER energy. Directed by TORSO in Long Island City, New York, a 6.5-minute film questions the linear continuum of a runway presentation, as hyper-charged MUGLER characters exhibit feats of near superhuman strength through stunt doubles, POV cameras and a satirical use of the infinite void.     Applying the tropes of the comic book heroine in the fashion space, Cadwallader gathers personalities from the worlds of cinema, television, music and the arts in an unprecedented casting that challenges traditional expectations of beauty: seen backwards, in fast forward, and upside-down in a collective exploration of the ‘glitch’. From Euphoria’s Hunter Schaefer and Pose star Dominique Jackson to the performance artist Kembra Pfahler, electronic musician Eartheater, cultural commentator Patia Borja and models including Alek Wek, Bella Hadid, Omahyra Mota and Irina Shayk, an armada of unique personas embody the multiplicities of the MUGLER woman in all her power and glory.   Evolving the illusory proposition of Part 01, the second chapter of the MUGLER Spring Summer 2021 collection continues to elevate the structural and proportional play of transparency inherent to the MUGLER legacy. Shape and comfort rise to the fore, as the evolution of fashion technology and materiality expand the possibilities of suspended architectures for trompe l’oeil fabrications that accentuate anatomical curves and erogenous zones with unprecedented ease. Block colours and a pulsing stratum of light wave prints contrast natural skin tones with black, white, sky blue, acid yellow, vermillion and cherry red.   Precision and flexibility are key throughout the collection, as plunging necklines define segmented, second-skin swimsuit tops bifurcated with illusion tulle. Hems seem to float in mid-air. MUGLER denim falls off the hips in slouchy spiral patterns or spliced with recycled, bonded Lycra. Bold-shouldered shirt jackets disappear into a phantom hourglass silhouette, long-sleeved cotton and satin halter shirts frame a daring midriff, and low-slung trousers are slashed down the ankle. Moments of controlled drape appear in ruched tulle pencil skirts, shirred jersey dresses and gathered goddess tops. Deconstructed masculine button-down shirts with open backs fly off the body in stark opposition to a glittering array of iridescent crystal appliqué designs that sculpt harness opera gloves, bodysuits and minidresses in two-tone iridescent topographies. Fused with the season’s laced hosiery stilettos, brightly piped MUGLER x Wolford seamed stockings echo the collection’s sinuous relationship with the human body.     Presented as a metafictional commentary on the fashion show construct, Part 02 of the Spring Summer 2021 collection designed by Casey Cadwallader is a no-holds-barred expression of electric MUGLER energy. Directed by TORSO in Long Island City, New York, a 6.5-minute film questions the linear continuum of a runway presentation, as hyper-charged MUGLER characters exhibit feats of near superhuman strength through stunt doubles, POV cameras and a satirical use of the infinite void.     Applying the tropes of the comic book heroine in the fashion space, Cadwallader gathers personalities from the worlds of cinema, television, music and the arts in an unprecedented casting that challenges traditional expectations of beauty: seen backwards, in fast forward, and upside-down in a collective exploration of the ‘glitch’. From Euphoria’s Hunter Schaefer and Pose star Dominique Jackson to the performance artist Kembra Pfahler, electronic musician Eartheater, cultural commentator Patia Borja and models including Alek Wek, Bella Hadid, Omahyra Mota and Irina Shayk, an armada of unique personas embody the multiplicities of the MUGLER woman in all her power and glory.   Evolving the illusory proposition of Part 01, the second chapter of the MUGLER Spring Summer 2021 collection continues to elevate the structural and proportional play of transparency inherent to the MUGLER legacy. Shape and comfort rise to the fore, as the evolution of fashion technology and materiality expand the possibilities of suspended architectures for trompe l’oeil fabrications that accentuate anatomical curves and erogenous zones with unprecedented ease. Block colours and a pulsing stratum of light wave prints contrast natural skin tones with black, white, sky blue, acid yellow, vermillion and cherry red.   Precision and flexibility are key throughout the collection, as plunging necklines define segmented, second-skin swimsuit tops bifurcated with illusion tulle. Hems seem to float in mid-air. MUGLER denim falls off the hips in slouchy spiral patterns or spliced with recycled, bonded Lycra. Bold-shouldered shirt jackets disappear into a phantom hourglass silhouette, long-sleeved cotton and satin halter shirts frame a daring midriff, and low-slung trousers are slashed down the ankle. Moments of controlled drape appear in ruched tulle pencil skirts, shirred jersey dresses and gathered goddess tops. Deconstructed masculine button-down shirts with open backs fly off the body in stark opposition to a glittering array of iridescent crystal appliqué designs that sculpt harness opera gloves, bodysuits and minidresses in two-tone iridescent topographies. Fused with the season’s laced hosiery stilettos, brightly piped MUGLER x Wolford seamed stockings echo the collection’s sinuous relationship with the human body.    

Louis Vuitton is pleased to announce the launch of Knokke’s limited-edition OnTheGo
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Louis Vuitton is pleased to announce the launch of Knokke’s limited-edition OnTheGo

Accessories Louis Vuitton is pleased to announce the launch of Knokke’s limited-edition OnTheGo in celebration of the House’s Summer 2021 Collection ‘Summer by the Pool’.   Showcasing gradient pastel Monogram Giant canvas with woven raffia gussets, this year’s OnTheGo not only features the name of the city but also a one-of-kind shell-shaped leather charm, reminiscent of Knokke’s flag.   Spacious and easy to carry by its shoulder straps or top handles, this large tote is a versatile bag to have by the beach as well as in the city.   The OnTheGo Knokke is exclusively sold in Knokke Louis Vuitton store for a limited period of time starting April 2nd. Louis Vuitton is pleased to announce the launch of Knokke’s limited-edition OnTheGo in celebration of the House’s Summer 2021 Collection ‘Summer by the Pool’.   Showcasing gradient pastel Monogram Giant canvas with woven raffia gussets, this year’s OnTheGo not only features the name of the city but also a one-of-kind shell-shaped leather charm, reminiscent of Knokke’s flag.   Spacious and easy to carry by its shoulder straps or top handles, this large tote is a versatile bag to have by the beach as well as in the city.   The OnTheGo Knokke is exclusively sold in Knokke Louis Vuitton store for a limited period of time starting April 2nd.

The Dior Book Tote With Palm Trees
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The Dior Book Tote With Palm Trees

Accessories This season, the essential Dior Book Tote comes adorned with the Dior Palms motif, a reinterpretation of the signature toile de Jouy motif in a vegetal version designed by Maria Grazia Chiuri. Emblems of elegance, dazzling palm trees sublimate this iconic bag punctuated by the name “Christian Dior,” blending together in shades of soft and vibrant blue. Crafted in Italy using exceptional artisanal techniques, this colorful accessory also features traditional Ikat Endek fabrics from Bali, Indonesia. The fruit of the House’s virtuoso savoir-faire, this essential completes a sophisticated summer look, like an invitation to travel. This season, the essential Dior Book Tote comes adorned with the Dior Palms motif, a reinterpretation of the signature toile de Jouy motif in a vegetal version designed by Maria Grazia Chiuri. Emblems of elegance, dazzling palm trees sublimate this iconic bag punctuated by the name “Christian Dior,” blending together in shades of soft and vibrant blue. Crafted in Italy using exceptional artisanal techniques, this colorful accessory also features traditional Ikat Endek fabrics from Bali, Indonesia. The fruit of the House’s virtuoso savoir-faire, this essential completes a sophisticated summer look, like an invitation to travel.

ELISABETTA FRANCHI CONSOLIDATES ITS PRESENCE IN THE NETHERLANDS
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ELISABETTA FRANCHI CONSOLIDATES ITS PRESENCE IN THE NETHERLANDS

Fashion ELISABETTA FRANCHI consolidates its presence abroad with the opening of a new flagship store in The Hague.     Though not the capital, The Hague is the country’s third largest city and attracts a wealth of foreign students and politicians thanks to it being the home to many international associations and the Dutch seat of government. The store is located on the high street – Noordeinde – the ultimate shopping and art district known for its exclusive boutiques hosted inside Art Nouveau buildings. Boasting an area of 87 sq. m, it offers clients the same warm and sophisticated traits that are typical of the fashion house and its collections.     The expansion in The Netherlands is part of a broader international strategy that encompasses key destinations in Europe and confirms the continual growth of the Elisabetta Franchi brand on both the wholesale and retail distribution channel. ELISABETTA FRANCHI consolidates its presence abroad with the opening of a new flagship store in The Hague.     Though not the capital, The Hague is the country’s third largest city and attracts a wealth of foreign students and politicians thanks to it being the home to many international associations and the Dutch seat of government. The store is located on the high street – Noordeinde – the ultimate shopping and art district known for its exclusive boutiques hosted inside Art Nouveau buildings. Boasting an area of 87 sq. m, it offers clients the same warm and sophisticated traits that are typical of the fashion house and its collections.     The expansion in The Netherlands is part of a broader international strategy that encompasses key destinations in Europe and confirms the continual growth of the Elisabetta Franchi brand on both the wholesale and retail distribution channel.

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