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Wandler presents their new collection
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Wandler presents their new collection

Accessories Continuing on the focal point from past seasons, the PS21 collection is defined by Wandler’s approach to aesthetic and the duality in the use of colors, textures and shapes.      Available from November onwards. Continuing on the focal point from past seasons, the PS21 collection is defined by Wandler’s approach to aesthetic and the duality in the use of colors, textures and shapes.      Available from November onwards.

TWOJEYS LAUNCHES ‘SMILEY’ ITS FIRST COLLECTION IN PRE-SALE FORMAT
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TWOJEYS LAUNCHES ‘SMILEY’ ITS FIRST COLLECTION IN PRE-SALE FORMAT

Jewelry After the success of the Summer and Villa TWOJEYS collection, the new and long-awaited SMILEY is here, a collection that will be a turning point for the brand.   SMILEY has been launched, for the first time, in a pre-sale format with limited units and early access for the brand’s ‘close friends’. The collection consists exclusively of 25 pieces, where this time not only highlight the TWOJEYS jewelry but the collection consists of limited units of necklaces, bracelets, rings, earrings, as well as the original TJ notebook, two special boxes in wood to store the jewelry and the original carpet in the form of TJ Energy. The most exclusive collection has been a success, in less than 12 hours since its launch, several of the SMILEY products already have the sign of ‘sold out’ since last night. These include the Circle Bracelet, Not Happy Not Sad Ring, Double Trouble Necklace and TJ Energy Carpet. SMILEY’s pieces include the Not Happy Not Sad necklace and bracelet with a special magnet closure, available in two chain sizes L and XL. Not Happy Not Sad is the crown jewel of TWO- JEYS’ most urban collection to date.   Also launched the TJ Energy Earring, the first gold-plated earrings of the rm, so far TWOJEYS had in its collection the Crush earring, MJ, Papua, Cross and Bowies knife, all in silver, but in this new release the TJ Energy earrings are also available in gold and promise to be the must of TJ One of SMILEY’s masterpieces is the Vo- lume 3 Necklace in silver and gold ver- sion with the three iconic faces of TJ, a piece that is not made to be worn by just anyone  daring as none it represents the maximum underground expression in which this collection has been inspired. SMILEY is the most urban and daring collection of TWOJEYS. These new jewels in limited edition reflect the true sub culture in which Tj is so inspired for movies and campaigns since its beginnings, for this reason, SMILEY is the most special collection to date.   SMILEY COLLECTION IS IN PRE-SALE FORMAT AT TWOJEYS.COM FROM SUNDAY NOVEMBER 8TH     TWOJEYS is a unisex jewelry brand created in 2019 by Joan Margarit and Biel Juste. Inspired by the Californian style during a trip along Route 66 from Las Vegas to Palm Springs, they decided to embark on a new adventure and create the TWOJEYS universe. A brand of unique and timeless jewelry for him and her, designed and handmade in Spain with sustainable, local logistics and biodegradable packaging. Both founders, creative, enterprising and belonging to the Zgeneration have always been clear that “If you don’t nd whatyou are looking for, create it yourself”. With this motto as a banner, TJ aims to inspire and create a unique style, providing value that goes beyond a jewelry product. Twojeys is a family, united by a lifestyle that enhances the versatile and unisex side of the brand. After the success of the Summer and Villa TWOJEYS collection, the new and long-awaited SMILEY is here, a collection that will be a turning point for the brand.   SMILEY has been launched, for the first time, in a pre-sale format with limited units and early access for the brand’s ‘close friends’. The collection consists exclusively of 25 pieces, where this time not only highlight the TWOJEYS jewelry but the collection consists of limited units of necklaces, bracelets, rings, earrings, as well as the original TJ notebook, two special boxes in wood to store the jewelry and the original carpet in the form of TJ Energy. The most exclusive collection has been a success, in less than 12 hours since its launch, several of the SMILEY products already have the sign of ‘sold out’ since last night. These include the Circle Bracelet, Not Happy Not Sad Ring, Double Trouble Necklace and TJ Energy Carpet. SMILEY’s pieces include the Not Happy Not Sad necklace and bracelet with a special magnet closure, available in two chain sizes L and XL. Not Happy Not Sad is the crown jewel of TWO- JEYS’ most urban collection to date.   Also launched the TJ Energy Earring, the first gold-plated earrings of the rm, so far TWOJEYS had in its collection the Crush earring, MJ, Papua, Cross and Bowies knife, all in silver, but in this new release the TJ Energy earrings are also available in gold and promise to be the must of TJ One of SMILEY’s masterpieces is the Vo- lume 3 Necklace in silver and gold ver- sion with the three iconic faces of TJ, a piece that is not made to be worn by just anyone  daring as none it represents the maximum underground expression in which this collection has been inspired. SMILEY is the most urban and daring collection of TWOJEYS. These new jewels in limited edition reflect the true sub culture in which Tj is so inspired for movies and campaigns since its beginnings, for this reason, SMILEY is the most special collection to date.   SMILEY COLLECTION IS IN PRE-SALE FORMAT AT TWOJEYS.COM FROM SUNDAY NOVEMBER 8TH     TWOJEYS is a unisex jewelry brand created in 2019 by Joan Margarit and Biel Juste. Inspired by the Californian style during a trip along Route 66 from Las Vegas to Palm Springs, they decided to embark on a new adventure and create the TWOJEYS universe. A brand of unique and timeless jewelry for him and her, designed and handmade in Spain with sustainable, local logistics and biodegradable packaging. Both founders, creative, enterprising and belonging to the Zgeneration have always been clear that “If you don’t nd whatyou are looking for, create it yourself”. With this motto as a banner, TJ aims to inspire and create a unique style, providing value that goes beyond a jewelry product. Twojeys is a family, united by a lifestyle that enhances the versatile and unisex side of the brand.

Alexander McQueen is pleased to announce the launch of the gifting collection
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Alexander McQueen is pleased to announce the launch of the gifting collection

Accessories Alexander McQueen is pleased to announce the launch of the gifting collection for the holiday season.   A mix of exciting pieces and exclusive new designs, it includes jewellery, bags, evening clutches, scarves and central to the o ering, a set of beautifully designed playing cards and an Alexander McQueen alphabet of gold and silver pendants and sneaker charms. With their sharp edges, antique nish and instantly recognisable metal skulls, letters are the embodiment of the juxtaposition between a respect for tradition and innovation that lies at the heart of the house. Alexander McQueen is pleased to announce the launch of the gifting collection for the holiday season.   A mix of exciting pieces and exclusive new designs, it includes jewellery, bags, evening clutches, scarves and central to the o ering, a set of beautifully designed playing cards and an Alexander McQueen alphabet of gold and silver pendants and sneaker charms. With their sharp edges, antique nish and instantly recognisable metal skulls, letters are the embodiment of the juxtaposition between a respect for tradition and innovation that lies at the heart of the house.

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Givenchy Christmas gifts for him &  her
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Givenchy Christmas gifts for him & her

Accessories Givenchy shares their new products available for Christmas and perfect for gifting.    The Christmas products will be in store and online www.givenchy.com from mid-November.   #GIVENCHY Givenchy shares their new products available for Christmas and perfect for gifting.    The Christmas products will be in store and online www.givenchy.com from mid-November.   #GIVENCHY

PARO STORE: An independent digital retail platform
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PARO STORE: An independent digital retail platform

Fashion  PARO STORE has taken a different approach to e-retail. Founded in Amsterdam and serving the world, PARO offers a diverse range of independent design-focused brands all of which are driving positive change in the fashion industry. PARO STORE gives equal priority to design and sustainability, so shoppers do not have to compromise on aesthetics or their morals. At launch PARO brings together clothing and accessories for all, from Ullac OY, Mia Larsson, Aëdon, Atmos and Pat Guzik amongst others.     PARO STORE is the idea of two Amsterdam based creatives: Ruth Sutherland and Zoe Patience. Before they met as expats in Amsterdam, Ruth was working as a digital marketing director with Nike and Johnnie Walker and Zoe was a senior merchandiser for Calvin Klein. Their complimentary experience matched a shared frustration with the unsustainable norms of the fashion industry and led them to leave their jobs and focus on creating something different. Their approach to PARO STORE balances being a business with being a catalyst for positive change in the world.     “We know that most people want to shop in a more sustainable way, but they don’t want to compromise; something we totally understand. We want to change people's mindset by showing them that this really is the most exciting, creative and innovative side of the fashion industry. And it doesn’t involve compromising in any way.” Ruth.   The clothing industry is polluting and exploitative, and its processes deeply entrenched. There is real change happening though, and the most exciting change is being driven by a community of smaller brands and independent designers. Despite increasing demand for sustainable clothing, these brands are difficult for shoppers to find online - where there are increasingly fewer, bigger winners. PARO STORE provides a platform for many such brands and designers to come together. Each brand has its individual space on the site yet gains strength from the exposure delivered as part of a collective.  Visit PARO STORE here.  PARO STORE has taken a different approach to e-retail. Founded in Amsterdam and serving the world, PARO offers a diverse range of independent design-focused brands all of which are driving positive change in the fashion industry. PARO STORE gives equal priority to design and sustainability, so shoppers do not have to compromise on aesthetics or their morals. At launch PARO brings together clothing and accessories for all, from Ullac OY, Mia Larsson, Aëdon, Atmos and Pat Guzik amongst others.     PARO STORE is the idea of two Amsterdam based creatives: Ruth Sutherland and Zoe Patience. Before they met as expats in Amsterdam, Ruth was working as a digital marketing director with Nike and Johnnie Walker and Zoe was a senior merchandiser for Calvin Klein. Their complimentary experience matched a shared frustration with the unsustainable norms of the fashion industry and led them to leave their jobs and focus on creating something different. Their approach to PARO STORE balances being a business with being a catalyst for positive change in the world.     “We know that most people want to shop in a more sustainable way, but they don’t want to compromise; something we totally understand. We want to change people's mindset by showing them that this really is the most exciting, creative and innovative side of the fashion industry. And it doesn’t involve compromising in any way.” Ruth.   The clothing industry is polluting and exploitative, and its processes deeply entrenched. There is real change happening though, and the most exciting change is being driven by a community of smaller brands and independent designers. Despite increasing demand for sustainable clothing, these brands are difficult for shoppers to find online - where there are increasingly fewer, bigger winners. PARO STORE provides a platform for many such brands and designers to come together. Each brand has its individual space on the site yet gains strength from the exposure delivered as part of a collective.  Visit PARO STORE here.

LOUIS VUITTON CRUISE 2021
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LOUIS VUITTON CRUISE 2021

Fashion A city: wherever you want A place: mine   A Cruise Collection, inspired by a stationary journey. A contradiction, but not a burden. Rather a departure inwards, when time is providential. To explore one's own territory of style-driven emotions, memorable colours, enthralling cuts, curated wardrobe expertise. Time for the designer to encapsulate his elective affinities. Time for creative contemplation to rediscover oneself.   Assert that fashion is a game. Game On, or creative freedom playing with canvas, mingling lines between the Monogram flowers and four suits of a card deck. In this fantasy of illusion, clubs bloom, spades pierce, diamonds sparkle, and the almighty heart reigns. The Monogram plays its ace on the House's most iconic accessories. It expresses a particular art of living that keeps the trunk-making heritage alive. It's the symbolism of a deck of cards, the traveller's loyal companion, entertainment cultivating togetherness. Game On is a lighthearted adventure in which all of the House's spheres of expertise play a role, driven by passionate craftsmanship, their winning card.   With the 2021 Cruise Collection, Nicolas Ghesquière, Louis Vuitton Women’s Collections Creative Director, invites us on a very personal journey. The designer's time: his past, present, and endless possibilities for the future.   “I looked somewhere that has been calling out to me for a long time, somewhere I hadn’t taken the time to go back to. To uncover one inspiration after another. This is an exploration of my creative identity.” Nicolas Ghesquière.   Photos were shot by Nicolas Krief in Nicolas Ghesquière's studio located in Pont-Neuf, Paris. A city: wherever you want A place: mine   A Cruise Collection, inspired by a stationary journey. A contradiction, but not a burden. Rather a departure inwards, when time is providential. To explore one's own territory of style-driven emotions, memorable colours, enthralling cuts, curated wardrobe expertise. Time for the designer to encapsulate his elective affinities. Time for creative contemplation to rediscover oneself.   Assert that fashion is a game. Game On, or creative freedom playing with canvas, mingling lines between the Monogram flowers and four suits of a card deck. In this fantasy of illusion, clubs bloom, spades pierce, diamonds sparkle, and the almighty heart reigns. The Monogram plays its ace on the House's most iconic accessories. It expresses a particular art of living that keeps the trunk-making heritage alive. It's the symbolism of a deck of cards, the traveller's loyal companion, entertainment cultivating togetherness. Game On is a lighthearted adventure in which all of the House's spheres of expertise play a role, driven by passionate craftsmanship, their winning card.   With the 2021 Cruise Collection, Nicolas Ghesquière, Louis Vuitton Women’s Collections Creative Director, invites us on a very personal journey. The designer's time: his past, present, and endless possibilities for the future.   “I looked somewhere that has been calling out to me for a long time, somewhere I hadn’t taken the time to go back to. To uncover one inspiration after another. This is an exploration of my creative identity.” Nicolas Ghesquière.   Photos were shot by Nicolas Krief in Nicolas Ghesquière's studio located in Pont-Neuf, Paris.

A NEW CARTIER COLLECTION OF OBJECTS THAT SUBTLY ENTER INTO EVERYDAY LIFE
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A NEW CARTIER COLLECTION OF OBJECTS THAT SUBTLY ENTER INTO EVERYDAY LIFE

Jewelry To treat yourself or give as a gift, for today or for the future. Stylish objects with that extra something to bring beauty into your life. For ourselves, for mothers, for babies, to inspire, to say thank you, to mark a special occasion, for supporting you, for being in your life, to surprise or show your love...   As simple and intriguing as they are, from music boxes to writing papers, they form part of a long established tradition. Since 1880, Cartier was interested in everyday objects, from the earliest fragrance bottles to powder compacts, from inkwells to stationery presented in its own dedicated exhibition at Cartier New York. Through decoration, writing and travel, Cartier explores everyday life, like it explores the cultures of the world. By the 1930s, shortly after the creation of the S for Silver department – intended for the creation of luxury gifts and useful objects such as lighters, pocket watches and belts – Louis Cartier, the founder’s grandson, highlighted the importance he attached to accessories in an interview with the press:  “In fact, we do not only produce luxury jewellery. I would say, monsieur, that jewellery like ours is as capable of adorning a woman’s shoulders with a dazzling necklace as it is of filling her handbag with a powder compact, a mirror,  a small comb and even business cards, all stamped with the same seal of originality and art.” Louis Cartier.   A notebook and pencil for writing, a rattle for the baby, a game of solitaire to play, a vase for decoration... all these objects respond to the desire to bring joy to yourself and others. Four collections around the theme of decoration, writing, childhood and games to bring beauty into your life. They start with the selection of precious and irresistible materials. Metal, porcelain, leather, paper, cashmere: choices influenced by criteria of elegance and durability. Four collections of objects, from practical to playful, delicate to portable, for young and for old, all linked by their emblematic codes: panther, Double C, menagerie... Maison signatures echoing the history and universe of Cartier. To treat yourself or give as a gift, for today or for the future. Stylish objects with that extra something to bring beauty into your life. For ourselves, for mothers, for babies, to inspire, to say thank you, to mark a special occasion, for supporting you, for being in your life, to surprise or show your love...   As simple and intriguing as they are, from music boxes to writing papers, they form part of a long established tradition. Since 1880, Cartier was interested in everyday objects, from the earliest fragrance bottles to powder compacts, from inkwells to stationery presented in its own dedicated exhibition at Cartier New York. Through decoration, writing and travel, Cartier explores everyday life, like it explores the cultures of the world. By the 1930s, shortly after the creation of the S for Silver department – intended for the creation of luxury gifts and useful objects such as lighters, pocket watches and belts – Louis Cartier, the founder’s grandson, highlighted the importance he attached to accessories in an interview with the press:  “In fact, we do not only produce luxury jewellery. I would say, monsieur, that jewellery like ours is as capable of adorning a woman’s shoulders with a dazzling necklace as it is of filling her handbag with a powder compact, a mirror,  a small comb and even business cards, all stamped with the same seal of originality and art.” Louis Cartier.   A notebook and pencil for writing, a rattle for the baby, a game of solitaire to play, a vase for decoration... all these objects respond to the desire to bring joy to yourself and others. Four collections around the theme of decoration, writing, childhood and games to bring beauty into your life. They start with the selection of precious and irresistible materials. Metal, porcelain, leather, paper, cashmere: choices influenced by criteria of elegance and durability. Four collections of objects, from practical to playful, delicate to portable, for young and for old, all linked by their emblematic codes: panther, Double C, menagerie... Maison signatures echoing the history and universe of Cartier.

Filling Pieces presents AW20 Editorial ‘Au Revoir’, shot in Morocco by Miftha Bahardeen
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Filling Pieces presents AW20 Editorial ‘Au Revoir’, shot in Morocco by Miftha Bahardeen

Fashion A story made in collaboration with local Morrocan creatives.      In succession of the release of the AW20 SPIRIT collection, Amsterdam fashion house Filling Pieces created a new magical editorial, shot in Morocco by photographer Miftha Bahardeen.      Au Revoir, as the editorial is titled, shows a journey to Casablanca. As a way of visualizing human connection, the story captures different individuals brought together by desire, longing, and spiritual bond—representing the so-called, fifth element of Spirit, referring to this season’s collection theme.      The editorial is shot in the Casablanca region in collaboration with local creatives. Menswear creative Mohcine Harisse stars as the protagonist in this spiritual love story, along with Moroccan talents Rania Malek, Youssef Mascou, Younes Mascou, and Youssef Hani. Harisse is also featured in a short Q&A about the editorial, his relationship with the brand, and the creative scene in Morocco. The interview can be found on the Filling Pieces website.     Filling Pieces full AW20 collection is now available at Fillingpieces.com, the Filling Pieces Satellite Store in Amsterdam, and selected retailers worldwide.     The full editorial, along with the exclusive interview with Mohcine, will go live on Fillingpieces.com from Monday, November 9th. A story made in collaboration with local Morrocan creatives.      In succession of the release of the AW20 SPIRIT collection, Amsterdam fashion house Filling Pieces created a new magical editorial, shot in Morocco by photographer Miftha Bahardeen.      Au Revoir, as the editorial is titled, shows a journey to Casablanca. As a way of visualizing human connection, the story captures different individuals brought together by desire, longing, and spiritual bond—representing the so-called, fifth element of Spirit, referring to this season’s collection theme.      The editorial is shot in the Casablanca region in collaboration with local creatives. Menswear creative Mohcine Harisse stars as the protagonist in this spiritual love story, along with Moroccan talents Rania Malek, Youssef Mascou, Younes Mascou, and Youssef Hani. Harisse is also featured in a short Q&A about the editorial, his relationship with the brand, and the creative scene in Morocco. The interview can be found on the Filling Pieces website.     Filling Pieces full AW20 collection is now available at Fillingpieces.com, the Filling Pieces Satellite Store in Amsterdam, and selected retailers worldwide.     The full editorial, along with the exclusive interview with Mohcine, will go live on Fillingpieces.com from Monday, November 9th.

Daily Paper Unveils New Monogram with FW20 Holiday Collection
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Daily Paper Unveils New Monogram with FW20 Holiday Collection

Fashion Daily Paper presents the latest addition to its Fall/Winter 2020 collection –– Holiday, debuting a new branded monogram print on a diverse selection of outerwear, accessories alongside comfy sportswear staples. The collection presents the perfect transitional pieces for the unisex wardrobe.   The Fall/Winter 2020 Holiday collection is priced from €60 - €340 and will be available today, November 4, 12 PM CET at dailypaperclothing.com, Daily Paper storefronts and selected retailers worldwide.  Daily Paper presents the latest addition to its Fall/Winter 2020 collection –– Holiday, debuting a new branded monogram print on a diverse selection of outerwear, accessories alongside comfy sportswear staples. The collection presents the perfect transitional pieces for the unisex wardrobe.   The Fall/Winter 2020 Holiday collection is priced from €60 - €340 and will be available today, November 4, 12 PM CET at dailypaperclothing.com, Daily Paper storefronts and selected retailers worldwide. 

Montblanc pays tribute to the famous entertainer and King of Rock’n’Roll
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Montblanc pays tribute to the famous entertainer and King of Rock’n’Roll

Accessories With every Great Characters Edition, Montblanc puts fine craftsmanship at the service of culture to tell the story of cultural icons who made their mark on the history of humankind.    The latest character being a young musician from Tupelo, Mississippi who went on to be referred to as the King of Rock ’n’ Roll. Elvis Presley is still celebrated today for electrifying the world. With over one billion records sold,the American singer and guitar player turned the music world upside down, breaking through the barriers between Black and White music to create his own personal rock ‘n’ roll style with his powerful, emotionally loaded voice.   Created from select materials and shaped by highly skilled Montblanc artisans with great care and artistry, the collection is made up of three writing instruments, each one paying tribute to an important stage of Elvis’ career: a Special Edition inspired by his special 1968 comeback concert, a Limited Edition 1935 evoking his time in Las Vegas and a Limited Edition 98 based on the “Aloha from Hawaii” concert broadcast via satellite to 1.5 billion people across 40 countries.   Many design details of the Special Edition are inspired by one of the artist’s great passions: cars. Elvis Presley's heart beat for sleek tail fins, ultra-comfort and powerful V8 engines with a wild sound that was like music to his ears. The silhouette of the writing instrument is inspired by the shape of a spark plug, and his quote “Ambition is a dream with a V8 engine” is embossed on the cone. The V shape of the clip and its 8-hole design reminiscent of the engine block are a further tribute to Elvis Presley’s love of cars.   The pattern on the cap and barrel are inspired by a ring custom-made for the famous “Aloha in Hawaii” concert. The top of the clip is decorated with the initials “EP” in reference to the design of his sunglasses. The barrel is adorned with “Elvis has left the building”, the memorable words spoken by the concert announcers at the end of numerous live appearances in the 60s and 70s informing his audiences there would be no more encores so that the crowd would leave the venue.   To complete the writing experience, Montblanc is introducing a limited edition ink in Old Glory Blue inspired by the stars and stripes from his stage costumes, as well as a white leather notebook with digital print and stud design of the eagle. The incomparable style of the “King” lives on in a pair of steel and lacquer round “Elvis” cufflinks, and a steel and leather bracelet.   www.montblanc.com With every Great Characters Edition, Montblanc puts fine craftsmanship at the service of culture to tell the story of cultural icons who made their mark on the history of humankind.    The latest character being a young musician from Tupelo, Mississippi who went on to be referred to as the King of Rock ’n’ Roll. Elvis Presley is still celebrated today for electrifying the world. With over one billion records sold,the American singer and guitar player turned the music world upside down, breaking through the barriers between Black and White music to create his own personal rock ‘n’ roll style with his powerful, emotionally loaded voice.   Created from select materials and shaped by highly skilled Montblanc artisans with great care and artistry, the collection is made up of three writing instruments, each one paying tribute to an important stage of Elvis’ career: a Special Edition inspired by his special 1968 comeback concert, a Limited Edition 1935 evoking his time in Las Vegas and a Limited Edition 98 based on the “Aloha from Hawaii” concert broadcast via satellite to 1.5 billion people across 40 countries.   Many design details of the Special Edition are inspired by one of the artist’s great passions: cars. Elvis Presley's heart beat for sleek tail fins, ultra-comfort and powerful V8 engines with a wild sound that was like music to his ears. The silhouette of the writing instrument is inspired by the shape of a spark plug, and his quote “Ambition is a dream with a V8 engine” is embossed on the cone. The V shape of the clip and its 8-hole design reminiscent of the engine block are a further tribute to Elvis Presley’s love of cars.   The pattern on the cap and barrel are inspired by a ring custom-made for the famous “Aloha in Hawaii” concert. The top of the clip is decorated with the initials “EP” in reference to the design of his sunglasses. The barrel is adorned with “Elvis has left the building”, the memorable words spoken by the concert announcers at the end of numerous live appearances in the 60s and 70s informing his audiences there would be no more encores so that the crowd would leave the venue.   To complete the writing experience, Montblanc is introducing a limited edition ink in Old Glory Blue inspired by the stars and stripes from his stage costumes, as well as a white leather notebook with digital print and stud design of the eagle. The incomparable style of the “King” lives on in a pair of steel and lacquer round “Elvis” cufflinks, and a steel and leather bracelet.   www.montblanc.com

The new Dior St Honoré bag
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The new Dior St Honoré bag

Accessories A new essential designed by Maria Grazia Chiuri, the original Dior St Honoré tote – named in homage to the Dior boutique's emblematic address – embodies timeless elegance. Highlighted by graphic, pure curves and embellished with the eternal «CD» signature enhanced with a delicate swivel clasp, it comes in box or grained leather, precious materials sublimated by blue, black, and latté shades and cords. This must-have features a removable shoulder strap that lends itself to refined games of mix & match. A medium size features Christian Dior’s initials in tone-ontone enamel for an of-the-moment look. A symbol of excellence and renewed creativity, they further enrich the 30 Montaigne line - a wardrobe of iconic pieces celebrating Dior’s ever-renewed heritage. A new essential designed by Maria Grazia Chiuri, the original Dior St Honoré tote – named in homage to the Dior boutique's emblematic address – embodies timeless elegance. Highlighted by graphic, pure curves and embellished with the eternal «CD» signature enhanced with a delicate swivel clasp, it comes in box or grained leather, precious materials sublimated by blue, black, and latté shades and cords. This must-have features a removable shoulder strap that lends itself to refined games of mix & match. A medium size features Christian Dior’s initials in tone-ontone enamel for an of-the-moment look. A symbol of excellence and renewed creativity, they further enrich the 30 Montaigne line - a wardrobe of iconic pieces celebrating Dior’s ever-renewed heritage.

AUDEMARS PIGUET PRESENTS CAROLINA BUCCI’S K.I.S.S. COLLECTION
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AUDEMARS PIGUET PRESENTS CAROLINA BUCCI’S K.I.S.S. COLLECTION

Jewelry Audemars Piguet is delighted to announce that jewellery designer Carolina Bucci’s collection K.I.S.S. (i.e. Keep It Super Simple) will be available as of November 2020 in the AP Houses of London, Hong Kong and Barcelona as well as in the AP boutiques of Nagoya and Dallas. Taking inspiration from thebeating heart of Audemars Piguet’s mechanical watches, this gold bracelet and necklace collection pays tribute to the designer’s and Manufacture’s long-standing collaboration. Behind these jewellery creations’ apparent simplicity, lies a complex ancestral savoir-faire and a desire to push the limits of what gold can do that echo Audemars Piguet’s forward-thinking approach to traditional craftsmanship.     “Craftsmanship would remain paramount, but there would be a natural tendency towards simplicity – a simplicity of bothdesign and purpose.” Carolina Bucci Jewellery Designer     The result: a collection of gold bracelets, in two different sizes and varied hues, and a matching necklace reinterpreting the aesthetic codes of a mechanical watch’s balance spring through a flexible sinuous coil of 18-carat gold. Part of a watch’s escapement mechanism, the balance spring controls the oscillation rate of the balance wheel to which it is affixed and thus regulates the speed at which the hands turn. Going a step further, Carolina Bucci’s larger bracelets take inspiration from Audemars Piguet’sdouble balance wheel escapement introduced in 2016. This patented regulating system is composed of two balance wheels and balance springs assembled on the same axis, oscillating in perfect synchrony for improved balance and precision. Visible on both sides of the movement, it is sought after in Haute Horlogerie today for its aesthetic appeal. In tribute to this horological innovation, Carolina Bucci has inserted an additional coil of mismatched colour within the large bracelets’ main sinuous spiral of gold.   Audemars Piguet is delighted to announce that jewellery designer Carolina Bucci’s collection K.I.S.S. (i.e. Keep It Super Simple) will be available as of November 2020 in the AP Houses of London, Hong Kong and Barcelona as well as in the AP boutiques of Nagoya and Dallas. Taking inspiration from thebeating heart of Audemars Piguet’s mechanical watches, this gold bracelet and necklace collection pays tribute to the designer’s and Manufacture’s long-standing collaboration. Behind these jewellery creations’ apparent simplicity, lies a complex ancestral savoir-faire and a desire to push the limits of what gold can do that echo Audemars Piguet’s forward-thinking approach to traditional craftsmanship.     “Craftsmanship would remain paramount, but there would be a natural tendency towards simplicity – a simplicity of bothdesign and purpose.” Carolina Bucci Jewellery Designer     The result: a collection of gold bracelets, in two different sizes and varied hues, and a matching necklace reinterpreting the aesthetic codes of a mechanical watch’s balance spring through a flexible sinuous coil of 18-carat gold. Part of a watch’s escapement mechanism, the balance spring controls the oscillation rate of the balance wheel to which it is affixed and thus regulates the speed at which the hands turn. Going a step further, Carolina Bucci’s larger bracelets take inspiration from Audemars Piguet’sdouble balance wheel escapement introduced in 2016. This patented regulating system is composed of two balance wheels and balance springs assembled on the same axis, oscillating in perfect synchrony for improved balance and precision. Visible on both sides of the movement, it is sought after in Haute Horlogerie today for its aesthetic appeal. In tribute to this horological innovation, Carolina Bucci has inserted an additional coil of mismatched colour within the large bracelets’ main sinuous spiral of gold.  

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