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FENDI launches it's new image campaign starring Zoey Deutch
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FENDI launches it's new image campaign starring Zoey Deutch

Fashion FENDI launches its first ever worldwide video and image campaign in honor of its first iconic bag, the Peekaboo, featuring actress and producer Zoey Deutch.   The campaign highlights the emotional relationship between the Peekaboo bag and Zoey, celebrating her most authentic, intimate, true inner self.   The story unfolds as Zoey on set is embracing her Peekaboo, revealing its inside while her own personality shines. Her inner soul appears, along with the inside of the Bag itself: the story follows her, cut into a short, chronological sequence that leads the viewer into the moment when she seats in the studio – ready to be photographed with the FENDI Peekaboo. The soundtrack song I See You by The Horrors flaunts Zoey’s bold, eccentric, energetic personality, magnifying the magic relationship between her and the Peekaboo.   Presented for the FENDI Fall/Winter 2020-21 Collection last February, the new Peekaboo features a new accordion-frame shape, to open in a deep ‘smile’featuring inside pockets which can be interchangeable in smooth leather or precious skins and personalized with one’s initials.      Since its creation for Spring/Summer 2009, Silvia Venturini Fendi has combined the Maison’s savoir-faire and limitless creativity with the research for high-quality materials and details, giving life to infinite versions of the Peekaboothat – each one with its standout and distinctive features – all flawlessly embody the versatile and timeless aspect of this bag that has been and will continue to be elevated, reinterpreted and declined season after season, collection after collection.      The campaign is set to launch globally from the end of July in print issues and online, while the new Peekaboo bag will hit stores from late August. Explore more on Fendi.com FENDI launches its first ever worldwide video and image campaign in honor of its first iconic bag, the Peekaboo, featuring actress and producer Zoey Deutch.   The campaign highlights the emotional relationship between the Peekaboo bag and Zoey, celebrating her most authentic, intimate, true inner self.   The story unfolds as Zoey on set is embracing her Peekaboo, revealing its inside while her own personality shines. Her inner soul appears, along with the inside of the Bag itself: the story follows her, cut into a short, chronological sequence that leads the viewer into the moment when she seats in the studio – ready to be photographed with the FENDI Peekaboo. The soundtrack song I See You by The Horrors flaunts Zoey’s bold, eccentric, energetic personality, magnifying the magic relationship between her and the Peekaboo.   Presented for the FENDI Fall/Winter 2020-21 Collection last February, the new Peekaboo features a new accordion-frame shape, to open in a deep ‘smile’featuring inside pockets which can be interchangeable in smooth leather or precious skins and personalized with one’s initials.      Since its creation for Spring/Summer 2009, Silvia Venturini Fendi has combined the Maison’s savoir-faire and limitless creativity with the research for high-quality materials and details, giving life to infinite versions of the Peekaboothat – each one with its standout and distinctive features – all flawlessly embody the versatile and timeless aspect of this bag that has been and will continue to be elevated, reinterpreted and declined season after season, collection after collection.      The campaign is set to launch globally from the end of July in print issues and online, while the new Peekaboo bag will hit stores from late August. Explore more on Fendi.com

New Uniqlo U by Christophe Lemaire
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New Uniqlo U by Christophe Lemaire

Fashion   Simplicity meets elegance and convenience: International clothing retailer UNIQLO today announces that it will launch the Uniqlo U fall / winter collection on September 17. The collection, designed by artistic director Christophe Lemaire and his UNIQLO R&D team in Paris, updates the well-known classics in a varied color palette. The use of neutral tones in combination with deep, muted colors evoke a feeling of warmth and comfort. The new collection consists of items for women, items for men and accessories.     New for women: details and comfort:   Lemaire's inspiration can clearly be found in minimalism this season. This manifests itself in simplistic and functional pieces designed to further expand a modern wardrobe. The classics have been updated with new details and more comfort; the color palette has also been broadened by adding more neutral, warm tones. Especially the gray-blue color that we see this season, provides a subtle contrast in the collection - it is also the perfect color to wear all year round. Satin and crinkled viscose provide a luxurious accent and provide a sophisticated addition to these simplistic silhouettes.   A long, padded jacket elegantly combines volume with softness and warmth. The vintage-inspired dresses feature refined details and a relaxed fit, while the knits sensually embrace the body shape. A boxy jacket is worked out in a wool blend, which provides the perfect mix of a cool, masculine look with feminine shapes.       New for men: refined warmth:   The energetic European street culture from previous decades can be seen as a spearhead in the inspiration for the men's line. We see classic sports elements combined with cool boxy fits and oversized silhouettes. The neutral tones provide a classic look and, in combination with black, white and dark blue, form the perfect wardrobe. This season's rich accents come mainly from orange tones and a deep burgundy. Textures such as corduroy, a wool blend fleece and wool jersey provide even more comfort.   A quilted corduroy shirt in a casual tapered silhouette makes it both sophisticated and warm. A key piece from the collection is the boxy half-length coat, featuring an oversized collar and storm closure at the front. This jacket stylishly offers resistance to rainy weather conditions. The application of soft fleece on a shirt jacket ensures that it can be worn both indoors and outdoors. Even the shorter coats will help you through the cold this season because they are made of wool blend fleece.     shop the collection: https://www.uniqlo.com/uniqlo-u/20fw/us/en/   Simplicity meets elegance and convenience: International clothing retailer UNIQLO today announces that it will launch the Uniqlo U fall / winter collection on September 17. The collection, designed by artistic director Christophe Lemaire and his UNIQLO R&D team in Paris, updates the well-known classics in a varied color palette. The use of neutral tones in combination with deep, muted colors evoke a feeling of warmth and comfort. The new collection consists of items for women, items for men and accessories.     New for women: details and comfort:   Lemaire's inspiration can clearly be found in minimalism this season. This manifests itself in simplistic and functional pieces designed to further expand a modern wardrobe. The classics have been updated with new details and more comfort; the color palette has also been broadened by adding more neutral, warm tones. Especially the gray-blue color that we see this season, provides a subtle contrast in the collection - it is also the perfect color to wear all year round. Satin and crinkled viscose provide a luxurious accent and provide a sophisticated addition to these simplistic silhouettes.   A long, padded jacket elegantly combines volume with softness and warmth. The vintage-inspired dresses feature refined details and a relaxed fit, while the knits sensually embrace the body shape. A boxy jacket is worked out in a wool blend, which provides the perfect mix of a cool, masculine look with feminine shapes.       New for men: refined warmth:   The energetic European street culture from previous decades can be seen as a spearhead in the inspiration for the men's line. We see classic sports elements combined with cool boxy fits and oversized silhouettes. The neutral tones provide a classic look and, in combination with black, white and dark blue, form the perfect wardrobe. This season's rich accents come mainly from orange tones and a deep burgundy. Textures such as corduroy, a wool blend fleece and wool jersey provide even more comfort.   A quilted corduroy shirt in a casual tapered silhouette makes it both sophisticated and warm. A key piece from the collection is the boxy half-length coat, featuring an oversized collar and storm closure at the front. This jacket stylishly offers resistance to rainy weather conditions. The application of soft fleece on a shirt jacket ensures that it can be worn both indoors and outdoors. Even the shorter coats will help you through the cold this season because they are made of wool blend fleece.     shop the collection: https://www.uniqlo.com/uniqlo-u/20fw/us/en/

Filling Pieces open their first permanent store in Amsterdam
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Filling Pieces open their first permanent store in Amsterdam

Fashion Located in the heart of Amsterdam’s 9 Streets, Filling Pieces’ first permanent retail store offers a carefully curated, tangible brand experience.     The vision of the brand’s Art Director, Daniele Misso, the store has been designed to function as a creative hub and pays homage to its predecessor: the beautiful and avant-garde bookstore, Mendo. The space is intended as an interactive environment to exchange ideas and experiences between people from different backgrounds and growing communities.     “We are showcasing more than just products, curating different art from our inner-circle friendship group of artists, using our retail space as a meeting place for our community.” - Guillaume Philibert, Founder & Creative Director, FP.   Filling Pieces has once again commissioned designer Johan Viladrich for custom fittings, having previously designed the Paris showroom installation for the brand’s AW20 collection. Beyond the latest collections and exclusive product offerings, artistic collaborations merge here with product display, to create a new experience in retail. Periodically, the store will feature the work of international artists of various disciplines, providing a platform to express their interpretations and vision of society outside of conventional institutions such as art galleries and museums. For the opening, a digital reproduction of Alexandros of Antioch’s sculpture Venus de Milo is displayed. Through photogrammetry (a process mainly used for 3D scanning), Swedish artist, Mikaela Steby Stenfalk uses the 62,000+ images found under the hashtag #venusdemiloto merge together, forming a new digital original. Mikaela reflects upon reproduction and archival processes in the age of the internet, as well as our growing relationship to digital landscapes and ties to public life. The brand plans to open a larger flagship store and brand experience closer to the end of 2020, with hopes to expand to other international key cities in the next years to come.     Visit the store at the Berenstraat 11,1016GG in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Officially opened from: 17th August. Located in the heart of Amsterdam’s 9 Streets, Filling Pieces’ first permanent retail store offers a carefully curated, tangible brand experience.     The vision of the brand’s Art Director, Daniele Misso, the store has been designed to function as a creative hub and pays homage to its predecessor: the beautiful and avant-garde bookstore, Mendo. The space is intended as an interactive environment to exchange ideas and experiences between people from different backgrounds and growing communities.     “We are showcasing more than just products, curating different art from our inner-circle friendship group of artists, using our retail space as a meeting place for our community.” - Guillaume Philibert, Founder & Creative Director, FP.   Filling Pieces has once again commissioned designer Johan Viladrich for custom fittings, having previously designed the Paris showroom installation for the brand’s AW20 collection. Beyond the latest collections and exclusive product offerings, artistic collaborations merge here with product display, to create a new experience in retail. Periodically, the store will feature the work of international artists of various disciplines, providing a platform to express their interpretations and vision of society outside of conventional institutions such as art galleries and museums. For the opening, a digital reproduction of Alexandros of Antioch’s sculpture Venus de Milo is displayed. Through photogrammetry (a process mainly used for 3D scanning), Swedish artist, Mikaela Steby Stenfalk uses the 62,000+ images found under the hashtag #venusdemiloto merge together, forming a new digital original. Mikaela reflects upon reproduction and archival processes in the age of the internet, as well as our growing relationship to digital landscapes and ties to public life. The brand plans to open a larger flagship store and brand experience closer to the end of 2020, with hopes to expand to other international key cities in the next years to come.     Visit the store at the Berenstraat 11,1016GG in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Officially opened from: 17th August.

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SALLE PRIVÉE launches SALLE PRIVÉE LOGO
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SALLE PRIVÉE launches SALLE PRIVÉE LOGO

Fashion The Dutch House of Design SALLE PRIVÉE, founded in 2016, presents its first collection of items with logo, in a very limited edition.     Normally, the label isn't a big fan of clothes that scream while you're wearing it; all items have only subtle references or no logo at all on the outside. But for this small capsule collection, the brand created a few items, for the fans who asked for them. The capsule collection consists of a grey sweater and two off-white t-shirts with a logo on the chest and can be worn by both men and women. All items are made from the finest cotton.     “We will never be the brand that is all about“ logo ”, but we are happy to have customers who want to proudly show they are wearing us! “Anna Hegeman - CEO, SALLE PRIVATE     SALLE PRIVÉE is known for its luxurious and permanent collection of lifestyle products designed for men, but the collection can also be worn by women. SALLE PRIVÉE always emphasizes elegance and craftsmanship in its designs, be it perfume or accessories.     The limited collection is exclusively available at salle-privee.com and at the new shop at 48 Cornelis Schuytstraat in Amsterdam. The Dutch House of Design SALLE PRIVÉE, founded in 2016, presents its first collection of items with logo, in a very limited edition.     Normally, the label isn't a big fan of clothes that scream while you're wearing it; all items have only subtle references or no logo at all on the outside. But for this small capsule collection, the brand created a few items, for the fans who asked for them. The capsule collection consists of a grey sweater and two off-white t-shirts with a logo on the chest and can be worn by both men and women. All items are made from the finest cotton.     “We will never be the brand that is all about“ logo ”, but we are happy to have customers who want to proudly show they are wearing us! “Anna Hegeman - CEO, SALLE PRIVATE     SALLE PRIVÉE is known for its luxurious and permanent collection of lifestyle products designed for men, but the collection can also be worn by women. SALLE PRIVÉE always emphasizes elegance and craftsmanship in its designs, be it perfume or accessories.     The limited collection is exclusively available at salle-privee.com and at the new shop at 48 Cornelis Schuytstraat in Amsterdam.

 Saint Laurent Rive Droite x Havaianas
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Saint Laurent Rive Droite x Havaianas

Accessories Havaianas and Saint Laurent have created a new flip-flop, with a leopard print and black straps. This special Brazilian flip flop turned into a timeless print available exclusively at Saint Laurent Rive Droite. All available at Saint Laurent Rive Droite saintlaurentrivedroite.com     Havaianas and Saint Laurent have created a new flip-flop, with a leopard print and black straps. This special Brazilian flip flop turned into a timeless print available exclusively at Saint Laurent Rive Droite. All available at Saint Laurent Rive Droite saintlaurentrivedroite.com    

Exclusive Editorial by Kat Irlin
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Exclusive Editorial by Kat Irlin

Fashion Exclusive hats inspired digital  editorial captured in New York by Kat Irlin.   TEAM CREDITS: models: Lia & Odette Pavlova at Next Management stylist: Anna Katsanis make-up: Jodie Boland hair by: Riad Azar assistant: Roshaknie Hayes editor: Timotej Letonja   Exclusive hats inspired digital  editorial captured in New York by Kat Irlin.   TEAM CREDITS: models: Lia & Odette Pavlova at Next Management stylist: Anna Katsanis make-up: Jodie Boland hair by: Riad Azar assistant: Roshaknie Hayes editor: Timotej Letonja  

PRE-ORDER for our coming Fall & Winter issue is now available on BoutiqueMags.com
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PRE-ORDER for our coming Fall & Winter issue is now available on BoutiqueMags.com

Fashion We are excited to share a small preview of our coming Fall & Winter issue released in October. You can now pre-order it in the link in our bio. / Happy Birthday to one of our cover stars @josephinelangford photographed by @damon_baker and styled by @lisajarvis_stylist and editor-in-chief @timiletonja#NuméroNetherlands #PreOrder#NewIssue #ComingSoon      PRE-ORDER: https://boutiquemags.com/products/numero-netherlands-issue3?_pos=3&_sid=4125eab4b&_ss=r   We are excited to share a small preview of our coming Fall & Winter issue released in October. You can now pre-order it in the link in our bio. / Happy Birthday to one of our cover stars @josephinelangford photographed by @damon_baker and styled by @lisajarvis_stylist and editor-in-chief @timiletonja#NuméroNetherlands #PreOrder#NewIssue #ComingSoon      PRE-ORDER: https://boutiquemags.com/products/numero-netherlands-issue3?_pos=3&_sid=4125eab4b&_ss=r  

In conversation with Yoon Ambush
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In conversation with Yoon Ambush

Accessories A Roman luxury brand, a young and talented Tokyo-based designer and the most famous snake in the world. Bvlgari and Yoon, the brilliant woman at the forefront of a new wave of female designers, introduce “Serpenti Through the Eyes of Ambush”, a limited-edition handbags and accessories collection born out of the exciting special collaboration.   Writing another inspired chapter of the “Serpenti Through the Eyes Of” series, which kicked off in 2017, the Ambush x Bvlgari collection presents an unprecedented interpretation of the timeless Serpenti Forever bag, the Roman Maison’s unquestionable icon of glamour.   Grown up with pop culture, which moulded her open mind and diverse creativity, Yoon is famed for her real-life inspired creations with high-end touch. Today she challenges herself with a new venture: “For this capsule collection I wanted to express the bold and contemporary character of Serpenti. Snakes are wondrous and fascinating creatures of nature but with Bvlgari they also became a symbol of glamour in constant evolution. Natural beauty meets human creation, all guided by a contemporary aesthetic.”     We had a delight speaking to Yoon about the collaboration.     When did you first have interest for fashion? How did your career in fashion start and what were the beginning like?   I came into Fashion by accident by being a club kid. It was intended when I started, but each road and each open door led me to where I am today. Not having an education and training in Fashion was not easy initially, but like any other job, you learn the most on the job, not at a school memorizing, so I did have my share of hard work and persistence to get to where I am today.       Tell us more about your new exciting collaboration with Bvlgari for a special Serpenti bag capsule collection. / 5. How did the collaboration with Bvlgari start and what is the inspiration behind the coming collection?   I received a Bulgari Avrora Award in 2018. The Awards celebrates women and Bulgari wanted to do a collab with a women designer on their new project so they reached out to me. While I was researching about Serpenti and snakes, I came across these fantastic images of Tree Python of Southeast Asia. I couldn't believe that there were such beauties in the wild. The colors came from Tree Pythons as well.  At glance, you would think it’s artificial, but it’s fascinating to know that these vivid tones exist in the wild. I wanted to be inspired by the beauty of nature.     What are the new elements of the coming collection, and key details you are working on to make it unique?    It was essential to express the beauty of snakes and capture it in a more approachable and lively way so I made the Serpenti head wrapped in same leather to make it more adorable.  Also padded the bag to give more fluid and plush vibe     How are you putting your stamp in the collection, with what notes of your creativity and DNA?   I brought the playful side of me to align into celebrating the beauty of Serpenti motif. Snakes are beautiful, mysterious, and magical. Bulgari gave me lots of freedom to have fun. While I kept the code for the house, I also waned to see how much I could push to bring something new that Bulgari has not seen before to be table as well.     When will the collection be released?   In the beginning of September.      Are you working on any more exciting collaboration with Bvlgari?   Would love to work on jewelry with in the future!  A Roman luxury brand, a young and talented Tokyo-based designer and the most famous snake in the world. Bvlgari and Yoon, the brilliant woman at the forefront of a new wave of female designers, introduce “Serpenti Through the Eyes of Ambush”, a limited-edition handbags and accessories collection born out of the exciting special collaboration.   Writing another inspired chapter of the “Serpenti Through the Eyes Of” series, which kicked off in 2017, the Ambush x Bvlgari collection presents an unprecedented interpretation of the timeless Serpenti Forever bag, the Roman Maison’s unquestionable icon of glamour.   Grown up with pop culture, which moulded her open mind and diverse creativity, Yoon is famed for her real-life inspired creations with high-end touch. Today she challenges herself with a new venture: “For this capsule collection I wanted to express the bold and contemporary character of Serpenti. Snakes are wondrous and fascinating creatures of nature but with Bvlgari they also became a symbol of glamour in constant evolution. Natural beauty meets human creation, all guided by a contemporary aesthetic.”     We had a delight speaking to Yoon about the collaboration.     When did you first have interest for fashion? How did your career in fashion start and what were the beginning like?   I came into Fashion by accident by being a club kid. It was intended when I started, but each road and each open door led me to where I am today. Not having an education and training in Fashion was not easy initially, but like any other job, you learn the most on the job, not at a school memorizing, so I did have my share of hard work and persistence to get to where I am today.       Tell us more about your new exciting collaboration with Bvlgari for a special Serpenti bag capsule collection. / 5. How did the collaboration with Bvlgari start and what is the inspiration behind the coming collection?   I received a Bulgari Avrora Award in 2018. The Awards celebrates women and Bulgari wanted to do a collab with a women designer on their new project so they reached out to me. While I was researching about Serpenti and snakes, I came across these fantastic images of Tree Python of Southeast Asia. I couldn't believe that there were such beauties in the wild. The colors came from Tree Pythons as well.  At glance, you would think it’s artificial, but it’s fascinating to know that these vivid tones exist in the wild. I wanted to be inspired by the beauty of nature.     What are the new elements of the coming collection, and key details you are working on to make it unique?    It was essential to express the beauty of snakes and capture it in a more approachable and lively way so I made the Serpenti head wrapped in same leather to make it more adorable.  Also padded the bag to give more fluid and plush vibe     How are you putting your stamp in the collection, with what notes of your creativity and DNA?   I brought the playful side of me to align into celebrating the beauty of Serpenti motif. Snakes are beautiful, mysterious, and magical. Bulgari gave me lots of freedom to have fun. While I kept the code for the house, I also waned to see how much I could push to bring something new that Bulgari has not seen before to be table as well.     When will the collection be released?   In the beginning of September.      Are you working on any more exciting collaboration with Bvlgari?   Would love to work on jewelry with in the future! 

Filling Pieces presents the new collection for Spring & Summer 2021
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Filling Pieces presents the new collection for Spring & Summer 2021

Fashion At a time when specific circumstances push us to create in alternative ways such as computer-generated animations, Filling Pieces presents its Spring-Summer 2021 collection with a physical pre-recorded runway show.      After months of reduced physical interaction and social distancing, human connection is a luxury in demand. Our support systems have either been solidified or renewed and it is clear that we cannot live without them.      In the images from the video, spaces and perspectives become confused, contradictory and transformational thanks to the use of the opaque, flowing drapes. Models fuse with ‘worlds within worlds’, symbolising the shift to a new state of mind.     SS21 is designed with the intention of reuniting and strengthening the collective bond we have as people, finding unity in diversity. There are lots of subtle details throughout the collection, symbolic of the theme including the crowd print and the handshake - one of the new signature logos of FP.      What makes Filling Pieces and our founder successful is the support you receive from your family and friends and brands you associate with. Supporting your local network and giving them the strength to progress and grow up together is why the theme 'Support' fits so perfectly with the values of Guillaume and the company.  --- RTW Designer, Dieylane Cisse.     From footwear to ready-to-wear, eyewear, bags and accessories - the bigger the collection, the bigger the family and the larger the support.  Although most of the pieces are designed with a unisex approach, the SS21 collection introduces a more feminine focus.  Crafted in Amsterdam, Paris and Portugal.       CREDITS: Art Direction : Daniele Misso (@daniele.misso), Marije Seijn (@marije.seijn), Matthias Weber (@matt_weber) Photography: Walter Pierre (@walterpierrephotography) Videography Director : Danny Griffioen (@danny.griffioen) from That’s What She Set (@thats.what.she.set) Cinematographer : Zeeger Verschuren (@zeegerverschuren)   MUAH : Laura Yard (@laurayard) At a time when specific circumstances push us to create in alternative ways such as computer-generated animations, Filling Pieces presents its Spring-Summer 2021 collection with a physical pre-recorded runway show.      After months of reduced physical interaction and social distancing, human connection is a luxury in demand. Our support systems have either been solidified or renewed and it is clear that we cannot live without them.      In the images from the video, spaces and perspectives become confused, contradictory and transformational thanks to the use of the opaque, flowing drapes. Models fuse with ‘worlds within worlds’, symbolising the shift to a new state of mind.     SS21 is designed with the intention of reuniting and strengthening the collective bond we have as people, finding unity in diversity. There are lots of subtle details throughout the collection, symbolic of the theme including the crowd print and the handshake - one of the new signature logos of FP.      What makes Filling Pieces and our founder successful is the support you receive from your family and friends and brands you associate with. Supporting your local network and giving them the strength to progress and grow up together is why the theme 'Support' fits so perfectly with the values of Guillaume and the company.  --- RTW Designer, Dieylane Cisse.     From footwear to ready-to-wear, eyewear, bags and accessories - the bigger the collection, the bigger the family and the larger the support.  Although most of the pieces are designed with a unisex approach, the SS21 collection introduces a more feminine focus.  Crafted in Amsterdam, Paris and Portugal.       CREDITS: Art Direction : Daniele Misso (@daniele.misso), Marije Seijn (@marije.seijn), Matthias Weber (@matt_weber) Photography: Walter Pierre (@walterpierrephotography) Videography Director : Danny Griffioen (@danny.griffioen) from That’s What She Set (@thats.what.she.set) Cinematographer : Zeeger Verschuren (@zeegerverschuren)   MUAH : Laura Yard (@laurayard)

Exclusive Editorial by Allan Hamitouche
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Exclusive Editorial by Allan Hamitouche

Men Exclusive new editorial captured by the lens of Allan Hamitouche.     TEAM CREDITS: MODEL : DAVID PRINCE @ 16MEN PHOTOGRAPHY : ALLAN HAMITOUCHE STYLIST : JEREMIE CHEGRANE  STYLIST ASSISTANT : GEOFFREY SAUVAGE EDITOR: TIMOTEJ LETONJA Exclusive new editorial captured by the lens of Allan Hamitouche.     TEAM CREDITS: MODEL : DAVID PRINCE @ 16MEN PHOTOGRAPHY : ALLAN HAMITOUCHE STYLIST : JEREMIE CHEGRANE  STYLIST ASSISTANT : GEOFFREY SAUVAGE EDITOR: TIMOTEJ LETONJA

Balenciaga will open its newest flagship in Rome
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Balenciaga will open its newest flagship in Rome

Fashion On August 4th, 2020, Balenciaga will open its newest flagship, a largescale store in the heart of Rome. BALENCIAGA PIAZZI DI SPAGNA—located at the foot of the Spanish Steps—introduces a location-specific concept to showcase men’s, women's, and kids’ ready-to-wear, bags, shoes, and accessories on two full floors.     Glass doors and windows facing the street are curved inward, creating convexspaces that reveal a wider view of the store’s interior from outside. Inside, roomsopen up to one another, each a variation of the theme that came before it. The floors of each room are made from a variety of codified textures: asphalt-like, interlocking concrete tile, and logo-carved carpet in cement grey and theatrical red.     Influenced by the culture of preservation and drama that surrounds this newest flagship, its walls are partially obscured behind glass or red curtains, weaving elements from a museum or stage into the brand signatures. Industrial mirrors, lacquered metal, and extruded aluminium round out other details that transpose the signatures of public, civic architecture into a private, retail space.       BALENCIAGA PIAZZA DI SPAGNA ROME 67-69 Piazza di Spagna 00187 Roma Italy On August 4th, 2020, Balenciaga will open its newest flagship, a largescale store in the heart of Rome. BALENCIAGA PIAZZI DI SPAGNA—located at the foot of the Spanish Steps—introduces a location-specific concept to showcase men’s, women's, and kids’ ready-to-wear, bags, shoes, and accessories on two full floors.     Glass doors and windows facing the street are curved inward, creating convexspaces that reveal a wider view of the store’s interior from outside. Inside, roomsopen up to one another, each a variation of the theme that came before it. The floors of each room are made from a variety of codified textures: asphalt-like, interlocking concrete tile, and logo-carved carpet in cement grey and theatrical red.     Influenced by the culture of preservation and drama that surrounds this newest flagship, its walls are partially obscured behind glass or red curtains, weaving elements from a museum or stage into the brand signatures. Industrial mirrors, lacquered metal, and extruded aluminium round out other details that transpose the signatures of public, civic architecture into a private, retail space.       BALENCIAGA PIAZZA DI SPAGNA ROME 67-69 Piazza di Spagna 00187 Roma Italy

Palm Angels and Clarks Originals have released the limited-edition Desert Boot
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Palm Angels and Clarks Originals have released the limited-edition Desert Boot

Accessories Palm Angels and Clarks Originals have released the limited-edition Desert Boot in the year that marks the 70th anniversary of the original Clarks desert boot, an icon which has remained unchanged since its release in 1950. The boot is constructed using Clarks Originals signature all-natural crepe sole and finest suede from its historic UK partner tannery Charles F. Stead.     Palm Angels x Clarks will be available on the Palm Angels e-commerce and in selected stores worldwide, starting on Tuesday, July 28th. Palm Angels and Clarks Originals have released the limited-edition Desert Boot in the year that marks the 70th anniversary of the original Clarks desert boot, an icon which has remained unchanged since its release in 1950. The boot is constructed using Clarks Originals signature all-natural crepe sole and finest suede from its historic UK partner tannery Charles F. Stead.     Palm Angels x Clarks will be available on the Palm Angels e-commerce and in selected stores worldwide, starting on Tuesday, July 28th.

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