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Filling Pieces opens brand new Flagship Store in the heart of Amsterdam
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Filling Pieces opens brand new Flagship Store in the heart of Amsterdam

Fashion Amsterdam fashion brand Filling Pieces has opened a new Flagship Store. Located underneath their head office at Spuistraat 168, the brand’s Flagship retail space will offer the full brand experience, complemented with music, events and special collaborations.     “In a time where retail is facing immense pressure, it is forced to change drastically in order to survive. With our Flagship Store we are reshaping the conventional notion of the retail experience by translating our brand values into a space, and turning it into a community hub where we can bring like minded people together. It is, quite literally, the center of the Filling Pieces universe.” - Says founder and creative director Guillaume Philibert.     After opening their first Satellite store in the 9 streets in Amsterdam last year, Filling Pieces continues their physical retail expansion with a fully flexible retail space. Like their Satellite Store, the Flagship is designed by former Filling Pieces Art Director Daniele Misso, who continues the aesthetic of the Berenstraat store into the Flagship via hard contrasts between products and materials, using metal and concrete, with bright colour accents throughout the space.   “For the Flagship Store design, we drew inspiration from the Italian Superstudio movement, which emerged in the late 60s. It’s design methodology is based on partitioning a space via grids, and using them as a guideline for incorporating certain design elements. The light installation was designed to give the store a sense of continuity, and the feeling of one big space which holds smaller, strategically placed elements and structures. The open retail floor, for example, has grids which hold seating areas where people can interact with each other, as well as a mix of sculptural art installations and product displays. The rear grids of the space, which hold the lounge area and fitting rooms, were used to create yet another, more intimate experience using a sheltered structure and rich material textures. As a whole, the store projects the feeling of a contemporary art gallery; where all the elements become sculptural at the service of the Filling Pieces collections, yet at the same time provide a social setting for the brand’s community”, explains Daniele Misso.     CREDITS: Design: Daniele Misso  Photography 1: Ewout Huibers (@ewouthuibers) ​Photography 2: Daniele Misso (@daniele.misso) Amsterdam fashion brand Filling Pieces has opened a new Flagship Store. Located underneath their head office at Spuistraat 168, the brand’s Flagship retail space will offer the full brand experience, complemented with music, events and special collaborations.     “In a time where retail is facing immense pressure, it is forced to change drastically in order to survive. With our Flagship Store we are reshaping the conventional notion of the retail experience by translating our brand values into a space, and turning it into a community hub where we can bring like minded people together. It is, quite literally, the center of the Filling Pieces universe.” - Says founder and creative director Guillaume Philibert.     After opening their first Satellite store in the 9 streets in Amsterdam last year, Filling Pieces continues their physical retail expansion with a fully flexible retail space. Like their Satellite Store, the Flagship is designed by former Filling Pieces Art Director Daniele Misso, who continues the aesthetic of the Berenstraat store into the Flagship via hard contrasts between products and materials, using metal and concrete, with bright colour accents throughout the space.   “For the Flagship Store design, we drew inspiration from the Italian Superstudio movement, which emerged in the late 60s. It’s design methodology is based on partitioning a space via grids, and using them as a guideline for incorporating certain design elements. The light installation was designed to give the store a sense of continuity, and the feeling of one big space which holds smaller, strategically placed elements and structures. The open retail floor, for example, has grids which hold seating areas where people can interact with each other, as well as a mix of sculptural art installations and product displays. The rear grids of the space, which hold the lounge area and fitting rooms, were used to create yet another, more intimate experience using a sheltered structure and rich material textures. As a whole, the store projects the feeling of a contemporary art gallery; where all the elements become sculptural at the service of the Filling Pieces collections, yet at the same time provide a social setting for the brand’s community”, explains Daniele Misso.     CREDITS: Design: Daniele Misso  Photography 1: Ewout Huibers (@ewouthuibers) ​Photography 2: Daniele Misso (@daniele.misso)

Louis Vuitton presents the "Charlie sneakers"
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Louis Vuitton presents the "Charlie sneakers"

Accessories With its eco-responsible design made of 90% recycled and bio-sourced materials, Charlie, revealed on 12th November 2021 is the first ever unisex sneaker by Louis Vuitton. Charlie introduces new perspectives to the world of nely crafted eco-designed sneakers.     Staying true to its innovative mindset, Louis Vuitton presents Charlie, a sneaker model vibrating at the pace of modern times. Available in sizes 34 to 47 (3 to 13 in US sizes) in a low and high-top version, this new must-have for all wardrobes, regardless of gender, is ideal for an everyday life encompassing mobility, comfort and high quality, values dear to the House. Charlie marks an important step forward in terms of eco-responsibility, as it challenges all the current standards thanks to its eco-conception featuring 90% recycled and bio-sourced materials.     The concept of circular creativity has been applied in a holistic way, from the studio sketches to Louis Vuitton's shoes workshop in Fiesso d'Artico, northern Italy. This is how Charlie’s sole — which accounts for 50% of the sneaker's weight —, made up of at least 94% recycled rubber, is record breaking while remaining supple and shock-absorbing. The upper part is composed of smooth and grained synthetic material, produced from recycled polyester and a layer of Biopolioli, a corn-based plastic. The entirely recycled laces echo the tongue patch made with ECONYL®, a 100% recycled and 100% recyclable nylon derived from nylon waste, also used on the back of the Charlie and for the House’s signature. The inside sole and lining are respectively composed of recycled polyurethane and recycled polyester.     Pushing this approach even further, Louis Vuitton has redesigned the traditional packaging, protecting Charlie with a felt made with TENCELTM , branded fibers originated from renewable wood sources certified by FSC®(Forest Stewardship Council). FSC® (Forest Stewardship Council) certified. The shoe box, made up of 100% recycled cardboard, becomes a bag, transportable thanks to a handle, also in TENCELTM wood based fibers, thus making it possible to save around 70% of materials for the two available sizes. The use of plant-based inks as well as the shoe box’s interior, which has been left in raw kraft paper, also reduce the impact to the minimum of this innovative packaging.     “Our committed journey” is Louis Vuitton’s sustainable development plan, in line with the LIFE360 (LVMH Initiatives For the Environment) plan. Through six lines of action, it aims to preserve natural resources (sustainable supply of materials, contribution to climate protection, circular approach of creativity) and to have a positive impact on society (diversity and inclusion, commitment to local communities, development of know-how).     Find out about their commitments, targets and news on louisvuitton.com With its eco-responsible design made of 90% recycled and bio-sourced materials, Charlie, revealed on 12th November 2021 is the first ever unisex sneaker by Louis Vuitton. Charlie introduces new perspectives to the world of nely crafted eco-designed sneakers.     Staying true to its innovative mindset, Louis Vuitton presents Charlie, a sneaker model vibrating at the pace of modern times. Available in sizes 34 to 47 (3 to 13 in US sizes) in a low and high-top version, this new must-have for all wardrobes, regardless of gender, is ideal for an everyday life encompassing mobility, comfort and high quality, values dear to the House. Charlie marks an important step forward in terms of eco-responsibility, as it challenges all the current standards thanks to its eco-conception featuring 90% recycled and bio-sourced materials.     The concept of circular creativity has been applied in a holistic way, from the studio sketches to Louis Vuitton's shoes workshop in Fiesso d'Artico, northern Italy. This is how Charlie’s sole — which accounts for 50% of the sneaker's weight —, made up of at least 94% recycled rubber, is record breaking while remaining supple and shock-absorbing. The upper part is composed of smooth and grained synthetic material, produced from recycled polyester and a layer of Biopolioli, a corn-based plastic. The entirely recycled laces echo the tongue patch made with ECONYL®, a 100% recycled and 100% recyclable nylon derived from nylon waste, also used on the back of the Charlie and for the House’s signature. The inside sole and lining are respectively composed of recycled polyurethane and recycled polyester.     Pushing this approach even further, Louis Vuitton has redesigned the traditional packaging, protecting Charlie with a felt made with TENCELTM , branded fibers originated from renewable wood sources certified by FSC®(Forest Stewardship Council). FSC® (Forest Stewardship Council) certified. The shoe box, made up of 100% recycled cardboard, becomes a bag, transportable thanks to a handle, also in TENCELTM wood based fibers, thus making it possible to save around 70% of materials for the two available sizes. The use of plant-based inks as well as the shoe box’s interior, which has been left in raw kraft paper, also reduce the impact to the minimum of this innovative packaging.     “Our committed journey” is Louis Vuitton’s sustainable development plan, in line with the LIFE360 (LVMH Initiatives For the Environment) plan. Through six lines of action, it aims to preserve natural resources (sustainable supply of materials, contribution to climate protection, circular approach of creativity) and to have a positive impact on society (diversity and inclusion, commitment to local communities, development of know-how).     Find out about their commitments, targets and news on louisvuitton.com

VALENTINO DES ATELIERS
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VALENTINO DES ATELIERS

Fashion A Haute Couture collection. A community of artists. A dialogue of inspirations. A project by Pierpaolo Piccioli Curated by Gianluigi Ricuperati     With the artists Joel S. Allen, Anastasia Bay, Benni Bosetto, Katrin Bremermann, Guglielmo Castelli,Maurizio Cilli, Danilo Correale, Luca Coser, Jamie Nares, Francis Offman, Andrea Respino, Wu Rui, So aSilva, Alessandro Teoldi, Patricia Treib, Malte Zenses. And with the participation of Kerstin Bratsch.   Valentino Des Ateliers is a project deeply wanted by Creative Director Pierpaolo Piccioli, according towhom ‘Fashion is not ‘art’, because the latter has no purpose outside of itself, while the rst always has a practical scope, a function, a use. Acknowledging differences is the rst step in educating ourselves towardsa mutual listening, made of curiosity, enthusiasm and respect. This listening needs time, just like Haute Couture and at the end of the day like art. That’s why, this project’s progress has been slow, a pace perhaps unusual for our actual world but right and intimate for the world I would like to live in.’   Guided by these values, Maison Valentino decided to entrust to the dialogue with artists the ‘invention site’ of this season’s Haute Couture Collection, which is traditionally the fashion sector closest to the values of uniqueness, singularity, research and experimentation that are so inherent to the art practice.   The idea is to draw inspiration from the work of a group of contemporary artists, chosen together with Gianluigi Ricuperati, in order to create the collection’s dresses. And to inspire them in return, asking them to ‘respond’ with their own creativity to the extraordinary forge of knowledge and talent in craftsmanship, textiles, tailoring, colors that feeds Haute Couture.   But the process was not limited to this: the two sides, the artists’ Ateliers and Valentino’s, worked together to design and create some of the pieces, in a way of being and doing which is at once both singular and plural, individual and collective.   In fact, thanks to a series of live and remote encounters, the artists - mostly painters, since painting is to art as haute couture is to fashion, being both languages eternal and material, traditional and ever-renovating, real renewable sources of beauty - have nourished the vision of Pierpaolo Piccioli and Valentino.   It is therefore a translation between different languages, a complex and delicate passage between the two-dimensional nature of painting and the three-dimensional one of fashion. Which, moreover, finds its ultimate and fundamental purpose in the dressing of the body - which is at the center of everything.   The name of the project, Valentino Des Ateliers, contains its salient features: the dynamism of conversation, the multiplicity of teamwork, always taking the side of talent.     The collection is presented at the Venice Biennale, in the absolute and natural space of the Gaggiandre, where Vuslat Foundation commissioned the installation of “Idee di pietra – Olmo”, 2008 (bronze, river stone, water); Curated by Chus Martinez, Special Event at the La Biennale di Architettura 2021, emerging from the lagoon observing the catwalk along which the clothes will be presented.   Vuslat Foundation wanted to identify in this work a reference to its main mission, supporting the principle of generous listening: listening to the planet, listening to each other, listening to ourselves. In the words of Pierpaolo Piccioli, ‘Venice was part of the vision I had from the very beginning: it was the only place in the world in which to present such a collection, a context where nothing can be added or subtracted: the light and power of Venice are the perfect setting in which I’d love to immerse my work.’   According to curator Gianluigi Ricuperati, ‘we must imagine Valentino Des Ateliers as a concert for two distinct worlds - painting and Haute Couture, contemporary art and clothing art - in which each side own voices listen to each other’s song before pronouncing themselves.’ A Haute Couture collection. A community of artists. A dialogue of inspirations. A project by Pierpaolo Piccioli Curated by Gianluigi Ricuperati     With the artists Joel S. Allen, Anastasia Bay, Benni Bosetto, Katrin Bremermann, Guglielmo Castelli,Maurizio Cilli, Danilo Correale, Luca Coser, Jamie Nares, Francis Offman, Andrea Respino, Wu Rui, So aSilva, Alessandro Teoldi, Patricia Treib, Malte Zenses. And with the participation of Kerstin Bratsch.   Valentino Des Ateliers is a project deeply wanted by Creative Director Pierpaolo Piccioli, according towhom ‘Fashion is not ‘art’, because the latter has no purpose outside of itself, while the rst always has a practical scope, a function, a use. Acknowledging differences is the rst step in educating ourselves towardsa mutual listening, made of curiosity, enthusiasm and respect. This listening needs time, just like Haute Couture and at the end of the day like art. That’s why, this project’s progress has been slow, a pace perhaps unusual for our actual world but right and intimate for the world I would like to live in.’   Guided by these values, Maison Valentino decided to entrust to the dialogue with artists the ‘invention site’ of this season’s Haute Couture Collection, which is traditionally the fashion sector closest to the values of uniqueness, singularity, research and experimentation that are so inherent to the art practice.   The idea is to draw inspiration from the work of a group of contemporary artists, chosen together with Gianluigi Ricuperati, in order to create the collection’s dresses. And to inspire them in return, asking them to ‘respond’ with their own creativity to the extraordinary forge of knowledge and talent in craftsmanship, textiles, tailoring, colors that feeds Haute Couture.   But the process was not limited to this: the two sides, the artists’ Ateliers and Valentino’s, worked together to design and create some of the pieces, in a way of being and doing which is at once both singular and plural, individual and collective.   In fact, thanks to a series of live and remote encounters, the artists - mostly painters, since painting is to art as haute couture is to fashion, being both languages eternal and material, traditional and ever-renovating, real renewable sources of beauty - have nourished the vision of Pierpaolo Piccioli and Valentino.   It is therefore a translation between different languages, a complex and delicate passage between the two-dimensional nature of painting and the three-dimensional one of fashion. Which, moreover, finds its ultimate and fundamental purpose in the dressing of the body - which is at the center of everything.   The name of the project, Valentino Des Ateliers, contains its salient features: the dynamism of conversation, the multiplicity of teamwork, always taking the side of talent.     The collection is presented at the Venice Biennale, in the absolute and natural space of the Gaggiandre, where Vuslat Foundation commissioned the installation of “Idee di pietra – Olmo”, 2008 (bronze, river stone, water); Curated by Chus Martinez, Special Event at the La Biennale di Architettura 2021, emerging from the lagoon observing the catwalk along which the clothes will be presented.   Vuslat Foundation wanted to identify in this work a reference to its main mission, supporting the principle of generous listening: listening to the planet, listening to each other, listening to ourselves. In the words of Pierpaolo Piccioli, ‘Venice was part of the vision I had from the very beginning: it was the only place in the world in which to present such a collection, a context where nothing can be added or subtracted: the light and power of Venice are the perfect setting in which I’d love to immerse my work.’   According to curator Gianluigi Ricuperati, ‘we must imagine Valentino Des Ateliers as a concert for two distinct worlds - painting and Haute Couture, contemporary art and clothing art - in which each side own voices listen to each other’s song before pronouncing themselves.’

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Exclusive editorial by Jeremie Monnier
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Exclusive editorial by Jeremie Monnier

Accessories We are happy to share our latest digital editorial captured by Jeremie Monnier.   Photographer Jeremie Monnier Stylist Victor Vergara Casting Daniel Estevez Hair Nico Philippon Make up Yvane Rocher Manicure Sissy Sinyi Model Antonia @ Titanium   We are happy to share our latest digital editorial captured by Jeremie Monnier.   Photographer Jeremie Monnier Stylist Victor Vergara Casting Daniel Estevez Hair Nico Philippon Make up Yvane Rocher Manicure Sissy Sinyi Model Antonia @ Titanium  

SAINT LAURENT MEN'S SPRING & SUMMER 2022
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SAINT LAURENT MEN'S SPRING & SUMMER 2022

Men Green Lens is a large-scale installation by artist Doug Aitken, commissioned by Anthony Vaccarello for Saint Laurent. A living art-installation and a cultural stage, set in Venezia, Italy, where the city landscape creates a strong eco narrative within the artwork that speaks to the idea of the future world.     Located on the island of Isola Della Certosa, Green Lens is a living experiential artwork and also a destination, a place to explore, to inspire and to be inspired.     It will evoke the future through its crystalline reflective interior which reveals a kaleidoscopic view and dense botanic environment. It will be a freestanding artwork, and from the exterior, it will create a combination of reflections mixed with clouds, mist and wild green vegetation evoking a mysterious presence. Inside the sculpture there will be an enormous living kaleidoscope-like space that reflects the landscape, sky and the shifting surroundings.     This installation turns the landscape into a living abstraction.     Green Lens sparks dialogue that links the natural landscape with our future. In the 21st-century, we look toward to the future and how to harmonize with the natural environment, striving to create a new balanced world. We seek an environment where nature is empowered again, creativity is championed, and the weight of the past lifts, becoming fluid and inspiring.     In concomitance with Biennale of Architecture, the artwork will be accessible until the end of July, like a liquid architecture, creating a fully immersive environment. The idea is to encourage all visitors to look towards a positive view of the future, a synergy where natural landscape and innovation merge.     Green Lens will also be activated with a sequence of performances and conversations that are thought-provoking and inspiring, focusing on the future as interpreted by musicians, speakers and dancers. “What is the Future?” is the narrative threaded throughout the project. These activations will be filmed and released for the public to have access to a living artwork and stage for voices, creativity, culture, performance and music.     “Green Lens is a living artwork. It is both an artwork, installation and stage. It’s like a lighthouse, that one can journey to and have a very personal experience, while it also transmits light, ideas and questions. A focal point that allows all of us to share our ideas and visions for the future post Covid...a celebration and inquiry into the future.” - Doug Aitken     “Saint Laurent’s cult iconography always combined creative disciplines across art and fashion. Through those collaborations I want to merge different fields’ artistic visions in a unique artwork.” Anthony Vaccarello Green Lens is a large-scale installation by artist Doug Aitken, commissioned by Anthony Vaccarello for Saint Laurent. A living art-installation and a cultural stage, set in Venezia, Italy, where the city landscape creates a strong eco narrative within the artwork that speaks to the idea of the future world.     Located on the island of Isola Della Certosa, Green Lens is a living experiential artwork and also a destination, a place to explore, to inspire and to be inspired.     It will evoke the future through its crystalline reflective interior which reveals a kaleidoscopic view and dense botanic environment. It will be a freestanding artwork, and from the exterior, it will create a combination of reflections mixed with clouds, mist and wild green vegetation evoking a mysterious presence. Inside the sculpture there will be an enormous living kaleidoscope-like space that reflects the landscape, sky and the shifting surroundings.     This installation turns the landscape into a living abstraction.     Green Lens sparks dialogue that links the natural landscape with our future. In the 21st-century, we look toward to the future and how to harmonize with the natural environment, striving to create a new balanced world. We seek an environment where nature is empowered again, creativity is championed, and the weight of the past lifts, becoming fluid and inspiring.     In concomitance with Biennale of Architecture, the artwork will be accessible until the end of July, like a liquid architecture, creating a fully immersive environment. The idea is to encourage all visitors to look towards a positive view of the future, a synergy where natural landscape and innovation merge.     Green Lens will also be activated with a sequence of performances and conversations that are thought-provoking and inspiring, focusing on the future as interpreted by musicians, speakers and dancers. “What is the Future?” is the narrative threaded throughout the project. These activations will be filmed and released for the public to have access to a living artwork and stage for voices, creativity, culture, performance and music.     “Green Lens is a living artwork. It is both an artwork, installation and stage. It’s like a lighthouse, that one can journey to and have a very personal experience, while it also transmits light, ideas and questions. A focal point that allows all of us to share our ideas and visions for the future post Covid...a celebration and inquiry into the future.” - Doug Aitken     “Saint Laurent’s cult iconography always combined creative disciplines across art and fashion. Through those collaborations I want to merge different fields’ artistic visions in a unique artwork.” Anthony Vaccarello

Alexander McQueen presents the new Spring & Summer 2022 men's collection
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Alexander McQueen presents the new Spring & Summer 2022 men's collection

Men This collection is inspired by the English poet, painter and printmaker William Blake who was born in London in 1757. Drawing on the concept of imagination as a pure form of escapism, it centres around lightness, air and water - on beauty emerging from darkness.       Shot by Paolo Roversi This collection is inspired by the English poet, painter and printmaker William Blake who was born in London in 1757. Drawing on the concept of imagination as a pure form of escapism, it centres around lightness, air and water - on beauty emerging from darkness.       Shot by Paolo Roversi

TOMMY HILFIGER AND ACTOR AND ACTIVIST, INDYA MOORE CO-DESIGN GENDER FLUID CAPSULE COLLECTION
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TOMMY HILFIGER AND ACTOR AND ACTIVIST, INDYA MOORE CO-DESIGN GENDER FLUID CAPSULE COLLECTION

Fashion Tommy Hilfiger announces the launch of theSummer Pre-Fall2021TommyXIndya capsule collection co-designed by non-binary actor and activist, Indya Moore. The collection celebrates the uniqueness, beauty and diversity of the global community and the belief that great style knows no boundaries, with a range of size-inclusive, non-gendered designs.The TommyXIndya partnership builds on Tommy Hilfiger’s ambitious People’s PlaceProgram, a three-pillared platform with the mission of advancing representation in fashion and beyond. The TommyXIndya capsule will be available starting July 13th in the US on tommy.com, starting July 20th globally on tommy.com and at select retail locations in Europe.     “Great style knows no boundaries, and this has always driven my dream to create fashion for all,” said Tommy Hilfiger. “Our People’s PlaceProgram is a huge step in this direction, as we continue to work hard to advance representation and further inclusivity across all areas of fashion.This collection embodies everything we stand for. From the design process to the campaign, the  TommyXIndyapartnership is here to make people feel seen, accepted and included. This message means so much to everyone at Tommy Hilfiger. Working with Indya to share their story has been a unique and inspiring experience.We're so proud to share it with the world.”     In co-designing the TommyXIndya capsule collection, Indya Moore sought to empower their community to express themselves without limitations. From the polo shirt, Oxford button-down shirt and bandeau top, to the pin-stripe blazer and double-bridged sunglasses, each style was inspired by a signature piece from the TOMMY HILFIGERarchive and reimagined to respect multiple gender expressions. Features such as widened shoulders and adaptable silhouettes aim to encourage continuous self-expression, fluidity and exploration. The capsule also tells Indya Moore’s personal story, with details like their initials in collegiate font, their hometown of the Bronx, New York spelled across the chest, and a lotus flower graphic running throughout, symbolizing rebirth, growth and self-actualization.     “This capsule goes beyond great style,” said Indya Moore. “It breaks a cycle and sets a new standard across the industry. Too many people are made to feel that something is wrong with them just for being themselves. It means everything to me to know that with our capsule, no one is made to feel wrong or different or broken. Everyone works perfectly for this collection, no matter who they are.”     TheTommyXIndya campaign aligns with Tommy Hilfiger’s People’s PlaceProgram ambition to create opportunity for creative talent from underrepresented BIPOC communities and increase visibility to foster a diverse and inclusive community in front of, and behind the camera. Shot in the Bronx by Myles Loftin, the campaign is a celebrationof Indya Moore’s hometown, symbolizing a return to their roots, proud and confident of their growth. In a celebration of individuality and self-expression, the campaign features five groundbreaking activists sure of their place in the world and ready for adventure – confident, beautiful, seen and celebrated exactly as they are: Indya Moore (@indyamoore):  The groundbreaking star of FX television series Pose and one of Time magazine’s 2019 100 most influential people in the world. Indya Moore is a vocal advocate for trans rights. Chella Man (@chellaman): Multimedia artist Chella is a deaf, transgender man of Chinese and Jewish heritage. He is the author of the book, Continuum, which chronicles his intersectional experiences. Gia Love (@love.gia): Activist and model Gia is the creator of the “What’s Your Fantasy” campaign that advocates for the rights of black transgender women. Cory Walker (@corywalkers): Cory is a model and actor based in New York City. They are represented by New Pandemics, a casting and management agency leading the fight for meaningful LGBTQIA+ representation.  Pidgeon(@pidgeon) Intersex advocate and co-founder of the Intersex Justice Project, Pidgeon was honored as an LGBTQIA+ Champion of Change by the Obama White House.     As part of the partnership, donations were made to three causes that resonate with both Indya Moore and Tommy Hilfiger’s values:  Rainbow Railroad, a non-profit that helps persecuted LGBTQI+ individuals around the world to find safety; Reuniting of African Descants (ROAD),a Black trans-led grassroots project invested in advancing the social and economic well-being of African Descendants, with an urgent focus on queer, same-gender-loving, transgender, and non-binary people, and ultimately the entire community; and the Global Coralition who focuses on accelerating marine restoration with local island communities by combining the power of art and science. Inspired by the spirit of these charities, Indya Moore also designed three charms that feature on the TommyXIndyabag and hat.   Tommy Hilfiger’s mission is to become a leading sustainable designer lifestyle company that “Wastes Nothing and Welcomes All”, through how it creates its product, manages its operations, and connects with its communities and stakeholders. More information about Tommy Hilfiger’s sustainability journey, which is powered by PVH’s Forward Fashionstrategy, can be found on https://global.tommy.com/en_int/about-us-corporate-sustainability.     Friends and followers of the brand are invited to join the conversation on social media using #TommyHilfiger and @TommyHilfiger.  Tommy Hilfiger announces the launch of theSummer Pre-Fall2021TommyXIndya capsule collection co-designed by non-binary actor and activist, Indya Moore. The collection celebrates the uniqueness, beauty and diversity of the global community and the belief that great style knows no boundaries, with a range of size-inclusive, non-gendered designs.The TommyXIndya partnership builds on Tommy Hilfiger’s ambitious People’s PlaceProgram, a three-pillared platform with the mission of advancing representation in fashion and beyond. The TommyXIndya capsule will be available starting July 13th in the US on tommy.com, starting July 20th globally on tommy.com and at select retail locations in Europe.     “Great style knows no boundaries, and this has always driven my dream to create fashion for all,” said Tommy Hilfiger. “Our People’s PlaceProgram is a huge step in this direction, as we continue to work hard to advance representation and further inclusivity across all areas of fashion.This collection embodies everything we stand for. From the design process to the campaign, the  TommyXIndyapartnership is here to make people feel seen, accepted and included. This message means so much to everyone at Tommy Hilfiger. Working with Indya to share their story has been a unique and inspiring experience.We're so proud to share it with the world.”     In co-designing the TommyXIndya capsule collection, Indya Moore sought to empower their community to express themselves without limitations. From the polo shirt, Oxford button-down shirt and bandeau top, to the pin-stripe blazer and double-bridged sunglasses, each style was inspired by a signature piece from the TOMMY HILFIGERarchive and reimagined to respect multiple gender expressions. Features such as widened shoulders and adaptable silhouettes aim to encourage continuous self-expression, fluidity and exploration. The capsule also tells Indya Moore’s personal story, with details like their initials in collegiate font, their hometown of the Bronx, New York spelled across the chest, and a lotus flower graphic running throughout, symbolizing rebirth, growth and self-actualization.     “This capsule goes beyond great style,” said Indya Moore. “It breaks a cycle and sets a new standard across the industry. Too many people are made to feel that something is wrong with them just for being themselves. It means everything to me to know that with our capsule, no one is made to feel wrong or different or broken. Everyone works perfectly for this collection, no matter who they are.”     TheTommyXIndya campaign aligns with Tommy Hilfiger’s People’s PlaceProgram ambition to create opportunity for creative talent from underrepresented BIPOC communities and increase visibility to foster a diverse and inclusive community in front of, and behind the camera. Shot in the Bronx by Myles Loftin, the campaign is a celebrationof Indya Moore’s hometown, symbolizing a return to their roots, proud and confident of their growth. In a celebration of individuality and self-expression, the campaign features five groundbreaking activists sure of their place in the world and ready for adventure – confident, beautiful, seen and celebrated exactly as they are: Indya Moore (@indyamoore):  The groundbreaking star of FX television series Pose and one of Time magazine’s 2019 100 most influential people in the world. Indya Moore is a vocal advocate for trans rights. Chella Man (@chellaman): Multimedia artist Chella is a deaf, transgender man of Chinese and Jewish heritage. He is the author of the book, Continuum, which chronicles his intersectional experiences. Gia Love (@love.gia): Activist and model Gia is the creator of the “What’s Your Fantasy” campaign that advocates for the rights of black transgender women. Cory Walker (@corywalkers): Cory is a model and actor based in New York City. They are represented by New Pandemics, a casting and management agency leading the fight for meaningful LGBTQIA+ representation.  Pidgeon(@pidgeon) Intersex advocate and co-founder of the Intersex Justice Project, Pidgeon was honored as an LGBTQIA+ Champion of Change by the Obama White House.     As part of the partnership, donations were made to three causes that resonate with both Indya Moore and Tommy Hilfiger’s values:  Rainbow Railroad, a non-profit that helps persecuted LGBTQI+ individuals around the world to find safety; Reuniting of African Descants (ROAD),a Black trans-led grassroots project invested in advancing the social and economic well-being of African Descendants, with an urgent focus on queer, same-gender-loving, transgender, and non-binary people, and ultimately the entire community; and the Global Coralition who focuses on accelerating marine restoration with local island communities by combining the power of art and science. Inspired by the spirit of these charities, Indya Moore also designed three charms that feature on the TommyXIndyabag and hat.   Tommy Hilfiger’s mission is to become a leading sustainable designer lifestyle company that “Wastes Nothing and Welcomes All”, through how it creates its product, manages its operations, and connects with its communities and stakeholders. More information about Tommy Hilfiger’s sustainability journey, which is powered by PVH’s Forward Fashionstrategy, can be found on https://global.tommy.com/en_int/about-us-corporate-sustainability.     Friends and followers of the brand are invited to join the conversation on social media using #TommyHilfiger and @TommyHilfiger. 

NEW BALENCIAGA STORE OPENS IN AMSTERDAM
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NEW BALENCIAGA STORE OPENS IN AMSTERDAM

Fashion On July 15th, 2021, the first Balenciaga store in Amsterdam will open. The two- floor, 185-square meter area offers a full selection of men’s, women’s, and kid’s ready-to-wear, shoes, bags, eyewear, jewelry, accessories, and objects.     Balenciaga Amsterdam reflects the brand’s refreshed architectural direction, which proposes unique structures that react to site-specific details. Stripped- down interiors allude to and reveal foundational aspects of a building, contrasting sites of construction, and metropolitan void with a just perceptible gloss.     The ground floor is raw concrete. Walls expose existing concrete or are paneled with industrial materials. Ceilings are metal grids that show the technical conduits suspended above. Shelving is made up of extruded aluminum, backed with a distressed velvet curtain behind glass. Steel tables are noticeably aged, their drawer interiors lined with Ultrasuede. The fitting rooms and the basement floor are covered in luxe wool carpet, with front-lit mirrors, and concrete walls. Seating on both levels is upholstered with intentionally worn leather.     The concept bridges elements from concentric spaces of production and public use, forming a distinctly unfinished backdrop to certain refined details and the collections.       BALENCIAGA AMSTERDAM 99 Pieter Cornelisz Hoofstraat Amsterdam Netherlands On July 15th, 2021, the first Balenciaga store in Amsterdam will open. The two- floor, 185-square meter area offers a full selection of men’s, women’s, and kid’s ready-to-wear, shoes, bags, eyewear, jewelry, accessories, and objects.     Balenciaga Amsterdam reflects the brand’s refreshed architectural direction, which proposes unique structures that react to site-specific details. Stripped- down interiors allude to and reveal foundational aspects of a building, contrasting sites of construction, and metropolitan void with a just perceptible gloss.     The ground floor is raw concrete. Walls expose existing concrete or are paneled with industrial materials. Ceilings are metal grids that show the technical conduits suspended above. Shelving is made up of extruded aluminum, backed with a distressed velvet curtain behind glass. Steel tables are noticeably aged, their drawer interiors lined with Ultrasuede. The fitting rooms and the basement floor are covered in luxe wool carpet, with front-lit mirrors, and concrete walls. Seating on both levels is upholstered with intentionally worn leather.     The concept bridges elements from concentric spaces of production and public use, forming a distinctly unfinished backdrop to certain refined details and the collections.       BALENCIAGA AMSTERDAM 99 Pieter Cornelisz Hoofstraat Amsterdam Netherlands

TOMS PRESENTS THE MALLOW COLLECTION
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TOMS PRESENTS THE MALLOW COLLECTION

Accessories They make shoes for moving forward, and The Mallow is the latest in the mix. It’s a lot like our iconic Alpargata, only bigger, bolder, and seriously plush. As for the rules, there are none. Wear The Mallow however, whenever, and wherever you want—just as long as it’s forward.     They paired our signature canvas upper with a supersized sole. It’s made from rubber and EVA, which brings plenty of durability and traction to the table without any of the baggage for the perfect, light-on-your-feet feeling. And because sometimes, more really is just more, we loaded up the sidewall to 3x the height of our classic canvas Alpargatas—without losing any of the ease. Cushy OrthoLite® Eco LT HybridTM insoles really seal the deal for the comfort-obsessed, with earth-friendly materials for the eco-conscious.     The Mallow launched on 17th June, 2021, on TOMS.com and at their select wholesale partners Asos, Office and Tower, at £ 55.   Greisy @greisyhh   Founder of @laschicaschulas, a hub for Gen Z Latinx that promotes community, mental health, art, and activism.   Mimi @mimizhuxiyuan   Writer and mental health advocate.   Candace @candacereels   Founder of @femalecollective, where women are celebrated, uplifted, supported, and empowered everyday.   Gabrielle @FridaCashFlow Founder of Brown Girl Butterfly Project, which aims to create a community of Black and Brown women and non binary folks through healing, nurture and soft protest. They make shoes for moving forward, and The Mallow is the latest in the mix. It’s a lot like our iconic Alpargata, only bigger, bolder, and seriously plush. As for the rules, there are none. Wear The Mallow however, whenever, and wherever you want—just as long as it’s forward.     They paired our signature canvas upper with a supersized sole. It’s made from rubber and EVA, which brings plenty of durability and traction to the table without any of the baggage for the perfect, light-on-your-feet feeling. And because sometimes, more really is just more, we loaded up the sidewall to 3x the height of our classic canvas Alpargatas—without losing any of the ease. Cushy OrthoLite® Eco LT HybridTM insoles really seal the deal for the comfort-obsessed, with earth-friendly materials for the eco-conscious.     The Mallow launched on 17th June, 2021, on TOMS.com and at their select wholesale partners Asos, Office and Tower, at £ 55.   Greisy @greisyhh   Founder of @laschicaschulas, a hub for Gen Z Latinx that promotes community, mental health, art, and activism.   Mimi @mimizhuxiyuan   Writer and mental health advocate.   Candace @candacereels   Founder of @femalecollective, where women are celebrated, uplifted, supported, and empowered everyday.   Gabrielle @FridaCashFlow Founder of Brown Girl Butterfly Project, which aims to create a community of Black and Brown women and non binary folks through healing, nurture and soft protest.

In conversation with Chivv
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In conversation with Chivv

Music The Dutch rapper, writer, singer, and entrepreneur Chivv (Chyvon Pala - 26) has been making music since the age of fifteen. The artists recently released his new single ‘’Come Online’’ featuring Jandro and Jonna Fraser, produced by Diquenza. The song was released on the 25thof June, reached #9 in the Dutch charts in its first weeks and has 2,6 million streams and counting. We sat down with the artist in one of his favorite restaurants in Amsterdam, FIKO and spoke to him about ‘’Come Online’’, his creative process, fashion and more.       How are you today?   Today, I feel like I can take on the world.      In your words, how would you describe yourself to our readers?   I’m an outgoing guy, very family orientated and I’m always creating. It’s sound cliché but, when I step outside myself my life feels like a rollercoaster. When I’m feeling down, it’s extreme but when I feel good that feeling is extreme as well. There’s no in between.     How would you describe your sound?   I would describe it as a combination of many things, new school hip-hop combined with an afro sound. My sound is fusion, I guess.     You just released ‘’Come Online’’, can you tell me a bit more about the creative process surrounding this song?     A little over a year ago I resided at a writers-camp hosted by SFB. The producer Diquenza who produced two of my biggest hits during the early stages of my solo-career stayed there as well which naturally resulted in us collaborating on a new project.    On one specific evening everyone was sound asleep which gave us some extra time to work on something. When we went through his file of beats, I heard one that I liked, went into the booth, and started to freestyle. In the room that he had his studio set-up in, there were a few girls sleeping. Which is the reason why I came up with the whole ‘come online’hook. In Nigeria when you say ‘’come online’’to someone it can mean that you want them to wake up and get active. No pun intended. So, I drew my inspiration from my surroundings and the situation I was in at that time.     The song ‘’Come online’’features the artists, Jonna Fraser and Jandro, what made you want to work with them on this project?    When Jandro woke up the next morning and heard the song he liked it and said that he wanted to finish it. On the drive back home, I listened to the song again, and figured it could work but it was still missing something. That thing was Jonna Fraser. We’ve worked with each other a lot in the past which made it a no-brainer that Jonna would kill it the track.     What is your creative process in general like?   I get inspired by the things around me, the things I see and what I experience. I especially get inspired when I go on vacation, as soon as I come back, I immediately go to the studio.       Which brands can you currently not live without?   Prada is my al time favorite brand. I only wear Calvin Klein underwear, when I want to be more comfortable, I wear New Balance and when I’m in the studio I usually drink Hennessey.     Who inspires you the most?   My mother! She moved to the Netherlands from Surinam with my older sister, and I, raised us by herself and never complained. She worked hard and has always remained to be my source of inspiration.     What have you missed most about performing?   I missed the energy from the crowd. When you put a lot of work into a track, the energy the crowd gives you when you finally preform it can sometimes be the validation that I really appreciate as an artist.       How do you combine fashion and music?   Music is inspiration and same goes for fashion. When I was younger, I looked up to Tupac and Biggie, for their art but their style as well. When they we’re wearing full Versace, you wanted to be a part of that whole vibe.      What does confidence mean to you and when do you feel the most confidant?   It means everything, when you walk into a room feeling confident you can share that and make other people feel the same way. Things are just easier when you feel confident. I feel my most confident when I’m on stage.     How would you describe your current post lock-down mental state?   I feel relieved, I felt like I was locked in my own head, which was very draining. Now that the lockdown is almost over and we’re able to do more, I’m more creative and I’m happier.     Do you have any other exciting projects coming up?   I’ll be dropping a remix of ‘Come Online’ with three international artists. Throughout the summer I’ll also be releasing a few singles that I’m excited about and I’m also working on my third studio album, which will I’ll release later this year.     Photography:        Valentina Vos  Styling:             Deion Simon  Production:         Un4gettable Music  Location:              Fiko Amsterdam The Dutch rapper, writer, singer, and entrepreneur Chivv (Chyvon Pala - 26) has been making music since the age of fifteen. The artists recently released his new single ‘’Come Online’’ featuring Jandro and Jonna Fraser, produced by Diquenza. The song was released on the 25thof June, reached #9 in the Dutch charts in its first weeks and has 2,6 million streams and counting. We sat down with the artist in one of his favorite restaurants in Amsterdam, FIKO and spoke to him about ‘’Come Online’’, his creative process, fashion and more.       How are you today?   Today, I feel like I can take on the world.      In your words, how would you describe yourself to our readers?   I’m an outgoing guy, very family orientated and I’m always creating. It’s sound cliché but, when I step outside myself my life feels like a rollercoaster. When I’m feeling down, it’s extreme but when I feel good that feeling is extreme as well. There’s no in between.     How would you describe your sound?   I would describe it as a combination of many things, new school hip-hop combined with an afro sound. My sound is fusion, I guess.     You just released ‘’Come Online’’, can you tell me a bit more about the creative process surrounding this song?     A little over a year ago I resided at a writers-camp hosted by SFB. The producer Diquenza who produced two of my biggest hits during the early stages of my solo-career stayed there as well which naturally resulted in us collaborating on a new project.    On one specific evening everyone was sound asleep which gave us some extra time to work on something. When we went through his file of beats, I heard one that I liked, went into the booth, and started to freestyle. In the room that he had his studio set-up in, there were a few girls sleeping. Which is the reason why I came up with the whole ‘come online’hook. In Nigeria when you say ‘’come online’’to someone it can mean that you want them to wake up and get active. No pun intended. So, I drew my inspiration from my surroundings and the situation I was in at that time.     The song ‘’Come online’’features the artists, Jonna Fraser and Jandro, what made you want to work with them on this project?    When Jandro woke up the next morning and heard the song he liked it and said that he wanted to finish it. On the drive back home, I listened to the song again, and figured it could work but it was still missing something. That thing was Jonna Fraser. We’ve worked with each other a lot in the past which made it a no-brainer that Jonna would kill it the track.     What is your creative process in general like?   I get inspired by the things around me, the things I see and what I experience. I especially get inspired when I go on vacation, as soon as I come back, I immediately go to the studio.       Which brands can you currently not live without?   Prada is my al time favorite brand. I only wear Calvin Klein underwear, when I want to be more comfortable, I wear New Balance and when I’m in the studio I usually drink Hennessey.     Who inspires you the most?   My mother! She moved to the Netherlands from Surinam with my older sister, and I, raised us by herself and never complained. She worked hard and has always remained to be my source of inspiration.     What have you missed most about performing?   I missed the energy from the crowd. When you put a lot of work into a track, the energy the crowd gives you when you finally preform it can sometimes be the validation that I really appreciate as an artist.       How do you combine fashion and music?   Music is inspiration and same goes for fashion. When I was younger, I looked up to Tupac and Biggie, for their art but their style as well. When they we’re wearing full Versace, you wanted to be a part of that whole vibe.      What does confidence mean to you and when do you feel the most confidant?   It means everything, when you walk into a room feeling confident you can share that and make other people feel the same way. Things are just easier when you feel confident. I feel my most confident when I’m on stage.     How would you describe your current post lock-down mental state?   I feel relieved, I felt like I was locked in my own head, which was very draining. Now that the lockdown is almost over and we’re able to do more, I’m more creative and I’m happier.     Do you have any other exciting projects coming up?   I’ll be dropping a remix of ‘Come Online’ with three international artists. Throughout the summer I’ll also be releasing a few singles that I’m excited about and I’m also working on my third studio album, which will I’ll release later this year.     Photography:        Valentina Vos  Styling:             Deion Simon  Production:         Un4gettable Music  Location:              Fiko Amsterdam

FENDI PRESENTS THE COUTURE AUTUMN & WINTER 2021 COLLECTION
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FENDI PRESENTS THE COUTURE AUTUMN & WINTER 2021 COLLECTION

Fashion Week “Pasolini observed Rome become modern – and that is what is interesting to me: connecting eras, the old with the new, the past with the present.” – Kim Jones     If Kim Jones’ Couture debut traced his transition from England to Rome, then Autumn/Winter 2021 sees him settle in the Eternal City, where the poetics of Roman film director Pier Paolo Pasolini present a lens through which to explore the capital. “Rome is a fascinating city because it has so many pasts – and I was drawn to Pasolini because I have always been inspired by his vision of the world,” explains Jones. “He is something of an outsider in Roman history, but one whose voice remains constant.”     Pasolini’s perspective on reality is reflected and refracted throughout, with chapters of Rome’s history interwoven and addressed within a contemporary context. In a collection where nothing is quite as it seems, where forms and fabrics introduce infinite illusions, filmmaker Luca Guadagnino frames the show through his own understanding of Pasolini. “I have long admired Luca’s work – and, he is someone who, like Pasolini, touches on subjects which are relevant to now,” says Jones. “When a historian peers into history, they do it directly,” Guadagnino explains. “But when a master filmmaker and poet like Pasolini looks into the eyes of history, his gaze is a sublimating one. Through it, history becomes an urgent and delicate possession of now… the past enters the present and breathes our air.”     Overlapping temporalities are most directly expressed within pieces that reanimate antique garments, their furs and fabrics scanned and reprised as ghostly silk jacquards. Inset with Cornely embroidery and crystal beads, they locate a poetic transfiguration of the past within the present day. Elsewhere, life is breathed into the Roman statues that surround the FENDI Palazzo, their marble drapery now expressed through trompe l’oeil silks, and the arches they inhabit adapted into the heels of shoes. The strength of their silhouettes is translated into delicate lace mini dresses, where classic volutes are conjured through intricate embroidery.     The immortal allure of Italian stone, and the methods of its manipulation, appears as a constant conceit. Pietra dura inlays become supple leather intarsia; pressed leather pleats capturing the illusory spirit of Bernini’s sculptures. Formed from Italian marble, hand-carved jewellery ripples with movement, as if frozen in time. Mother of Pearl mosaics are layered across tulle dresses, handbags, and shoes, while a jumper is pieced in Persian lamb.     The cultural crossroads of Ancient Rome is reflected through a diverse cast, comprising models of all ages. “At the time, it was the centre of the world,” says Jones. “I wanted to include all of the people who would have inhabited it then, as well as now.” The spirit of FENDI, of looking to this city’s past as it projects towards the future, is revitalised once more. “Pasolini observed Rome become modern – and that is what is interesting to me: connecting eras, the old with the new, the past with the present.” – Kim Jones     If Kim Jones’ Couture debut traced his transition from England to Rome, then Autumn/Winter 2021 sees him settle in the Eternal City, where the poetics of Roman film director Pier Paolo Pasolini present a lens through which to explore the capital. “Rome is a fascinating city because it has so many pasts – and I was drawn to Pasolini because I have always been inspired by his vision of the world,” explains Jones. “He is something of an outsider in Roman history, but one whose voice remains constant.”     Pasolini’s perspective on reality is reflected and refracted throughout, with chapters of Rome’s history interwoven and addressed within a contemporary context. In a collection where nothing is quite as it seems, where forms and fabrics introduce infinite illusions, filmmaker Luca Guadagnino frames the show through his own understanding of Pasolini. “I have long admired Luca’s work – and, he is someone who, like Pasolini, touches on subjects which are relevant to now,” says Jones. “When a historian peers into history, they do it directly,” Guadagnino explains. “But when a master filmmaker and poet like Pasolini looks into the eyes of history, his gaze is a sublimating one. Through it, history becomes an urgent and delicate possession of now… the past enters the present and breathes our air.”     Overlapping temporalities are most directly expressed within pieces that reanimate antique garments, their furs and fabrics scanned and reprised as ghostly silk jacquards. Inset with Cornely embroidery and crystal beads, they locate a poetic transfiguration of the past within the present day. Elsewhere, life is breathed into the Roman statues that surround the FENDI Palazzo, their marble drapery now expressed through trompe l’oeil silks, and the arches they inhabit adapted into the heels of shoes. The strength of their silhouettes is translated into delicate lace mini dresses, where classic volutes are conjured through intricate embroidery.     The immortal allure of Italian stone, and the methods of its manipulation, appears as a constant conceit. Pietra dura inlays become supple leather intarsia; pressed leather pleats capturing the illusory spirit of Bernini’s sculptures. Formed from Italian marble, hand-carved jewellery ripples with movement, as if frozen in time. Mother of Pearl mosaics are layered across tulle dresses, handbags, and shoes, while a jumper is pieced in Persian lamb.     The cultural crossroads of Ancient Rome is reflected through a diverse cast, comprising models of all ages. “At the time, it was the centre of the world,” says Jones. “I wanted to include all of the people who would have inhabited it then, as well as now.” The spirit of FENDI, of looking to this city’s past as it projects towards the future, is revitalised once more.

DIOR PRESENTS THE HAUTE COUTURE AUTUMN-WINTER 2021-2022 COLLECTION
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DIOR PRESENTS THE HAUTE COUTURE AUTUMN-WINTER 2021-2022 COLLECTION

Fashion Week Reclaiming the values of haute couture after this period of restrictions when the Dior collections designed by Maria Grazia Chiuri were mainly presented through film. The materiality of fabric becomes form, while the subversive language of embroidery is expressed in a project that becomes a performance. Recalling the Salle aux Broderies in the Colonna Palace in Rome, the work Chambre de Soie, created by French artist Éva Jospin, serves as an impressive backdrop for the presentation of the dresses with their magnificent pleats, trains, and hand-woven chains that compose patterns on the body. Couture stirs unsuspected desires and reveals the existence of what we did not know. Like the avant-garde, it renders visible what one does not see. Through a mix of art and extraordinary savoir-faire, it defines the longings of a world in the midst of a profound transformation.   Reclaiming the values of haute couture after this period of restrictions when the Dior collections designed by Maria Grazia Chiuri were mainly presented through film. The materiality of fabric becomes form, while the subversive language of embroidery is expressed in a project that becomes a performance. Recalling the Salle aux Broderies in the Colonna Palace in Rome, the work Chambre de Soie, created by French artist Éva Jospin, serves as an impressive backdrop for the presentation of the dresses with their magnificent pleats, trains, and hand-woven chains that compose patterns on the body. Couture stirs unsuspected desires and reveals the existence of what we did not know. Like the avant-garde, it renders visible what one does not see. Through a mix of art and extraordinary savoir-faire, it defines the longings of a world in the midst of a profound transformation.  

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