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New Flower by Kenzo
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New Flower by Kenzo

Beauty FLOWER BY KENZO reinvents itself in a new fragrance. The vibrant red poppy melds with the intensity of a bright pink and comes in a generous, oversized bouquet. FLOWER BY KENZO POPPY BOUQUET, a new oral Eau de Parfum that celebrates a contagious energy and the power to make the world more beautiful. A bouquet with a ery heart. A new fragrance composed four-handedly. Twenty years after the creation of FLOWER BY KENZO, Master Perfumer Alberto Morillas dreamed of a new orality in keeping with the iconic fragrance. He combined his knowhow with the passion of young perfumer Dora Baghriche. Together, they reinterpreted the bold factory signature of FLOWER BY KENZO and imagined FLOWER BY KENZO POPPY BOUQUET. In tribute to KENZO’s Japanese roots, the fresh and juicy Nashi Pear introduces a truly pop oral explosion, made of voluptuous Bulgarian Rose, luminous Jasmine and sensual Gardenia. At the base, creamy accents of Almond Wood reveal a new intensity. A captivating trail. An extraordinary persistence. An upright bottle with new freedom of expression. A new color-block poppy in a vibrant chromatic palette of red and pink. The perfect mix and match, a tribute to KENZO Fashion. One of the first couture houses to dare this duo of colors with style. One, two, three bottles of different sizes gathered side by side, and it is a graceful and generous bouquet, a joyful blossoming, a oral invasion.... FLOWER BY KENZO reinvents itself in a new fragrance. The vibrant red poppy melds with the intensity of a bright pink and comes in a generous, oversized bouquet. FLOWER BY KENZO POPPY BOUQUET, a new oral Eau de Parfum that celebrates a contagious energy and the power to make the world more beautiful. A bouquet with a ery heart. A new fragrance composed four-handedly. Twenty years after the creation of FLOWER BY KENZO, Master Perfumer Alberto Morillas dreamed of a new orality in keeping with the iconic fragrance. He combined his knowhow with the passion of young perfumer Dora Baghriche. Together, they reinterpreted the bold factory signature of FLOWER BY KENZO and imagined FLOWER BY KENZO POPPY BOUQUET. In tribute to KENZO’s Japanese roots, the fresh and juicy Nashi Pear introduces a truly pop oral explosion, made of voluptuous Bulgarian Rose, luminous Jasmine and sensual Gardenia. At the base, creamy accents of Almond Wood reveal a new intensity. A captivating trail. An extraordinary persistence. An upright bottle with new freedom of expression. A new color-block poppy in a vibrant chromatic palette of red and pink. The perfect mix and match, a tribute to KENZO Fashion. One of the first couture houses to dare this duo of colors with style. One, two, three bottles of different sizes gathered side by side, and it is a graceful and generous bouquet, a joyful blossoming, a oral invasion....

FENDI Fall and Winter 2020-2021
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FENDI Fall and Winter 2020-2021

Fashion Week Sometimes it’s beneath the prettiest façades that the deepest truths lie. Through the FENDI Women’s Fall/Winter 2020-2021 Collection, creative director Silvia Venturini Fendi delves into the dual personalities of la donna FENDI, charting the idiosyncrasies of her potent femininity. The subversive concept of ‘soft power’ emerges – from the boudoir to the boardroom, an expression of all things ladylike charged with emotion and ritual. Polarities of colour and texture prescribe smooth concrete greys and warm neutrals against a flush of pastels and a sunny FENDI yellow. Structure and softness dominate, asserting an illicit balance between strict austerity and sensuous abandon.    Emerging through offbeat contrasts and elegant monochromy, a heady mix of cashmere, fur, leather and lace become the pillars of this season’s FENDI wardrobe. Tailoring and outerwear is built around a nipped waist; flared officer’s coats, burnished perfectos and high-octane blazers are boned through the bodice with shoulders that plane to a flat point or drop into a Juliet sleeve. Voluptuous shapes unfurl into cozy loopback sweaters, a bonded leather accordion skirt and bibbed organdie blouses – countering the strict line of a nurse’s collar, men’s shirt stripes or corset detailing in quilted satin and felt. Revisiting animalia, a paisley of leopard spots appears in brushed wool tailoring and intarsia fur, whilst ornamentation arrives in a swathe of fringed beads or the neon shock of apricot Chantilly lace. Provocative yet restrained, a daring education from FENDI’s femme fatale is the order of the day.    The FENDI Fall/Winter 2020-2021 Accessories Collection exemplifies this season’s boudoir themes, as padded lambskin ‘brace’ booties and satin ‘suspender’ pumps elicit vampish airs.  In three sizes, a new accordion-frame Peekaboo bag opens in a deep ‘smile’ to reveal interchangeable inside pockets in smooth leather and precious skins. It appears also dipped in gold leather fringes or traced with appliqué lacework and beaded tassels. The iconic Baguette bag in handknit wool is joined leather shopper bags and charms inspired by vintage FENDI packaging, returning from the last Men’s Collection.   In collaboration with the London-based accessories brand Chaos designed by Charlotte Stockdale and Katie Lyall, a series of ‘tech jewellery’ pieces and small accessories offer a luxurious alternative to everyday storage. No device is left uncovered, from woven gold mesh smart phone pouches to a perforated ‘FF’ minaudière, smart earphones and smart watch keychains. Leather straps, zipper lanyards and chain-link bracelets sport an assortment of alphabet charms, gilded lighters and a discreet shot glass set. A scribble pen earring functions on paper and tablets alike.   The FENDI Women’s Fall/Winter 2020-2021 runway show features a live soundtrack by SONOIO, an electronic music project by Italian musician Alessandro Cortini, touring keyboardist of the internationally acclaimed industrial rock group Nine Inch Nails. more on Fendi.com Sometimes it’s beneath the prettiest façades that the deepest truths lie. Through the FENDI Women’s Fall/Winter 2020-2021 Collection, creative director Silvia Venturini Fendi delves into the dual personalities of la donna FENDI, charting the idiosyncrasies of her potent femininity. The subversive concept of ‘soft power’ emerges – from the boudoir to the boardroom, an expression of all things ladylike charged with emotion and ritual. Polarities of colour and texture prescribe smooth concrete greys and warm neutrals against a flush of pastels and a sunny FENDI yellow. Structure and softness dominate, asserting an illicit balance between strict austerity and sensuous abandon.    Emerging through offbeat contrasts and elegant monochromy, a heady mix of cashmere, fur, leather and lace become the pillars of this season’s FENDI wardrobe. Tailoring and outerwear is built around a nipped waist; flared officer’s coats, burnished perfectos and high-octane blazers are boned through the bodice with shoulders that plane to a flat point or drop into a Juliet sleeve. Voluptuous shapes unfurl into cozy loopback sweaters, a bonded leather accordion skirt and bibbed organdie blouses – countering the strict line of a nurse’s collar, men’s shirt stripes or corset detailing in quilted satin and felt. Revisiting animalia, a paisley of leopard spots appears in brushed wool tailoring and intarsia fur, whilst ornamentation arrives in a swathe of fringed beads or the neon shock of apricot Chantilly lace. Provocative yet restrained, a daring education from FENDI’s femme fatale is the order of the day.    The FENDI Fall/Winter 2020-2021 Accessories Collection exemplifies this season’s boudoir themes, as padded lambskin ‘brace’ booties and satin ‘suspender’ pumps elicit vampish airs.  In three sizes, a new accordion-frame Peekaboo bag opens in a deep ‘smile’ to reveal interchangeable inside pockets in smooth leather and precious skins. It appears also dipped in gold leather fringes or traced with appliqué lacework and beaded tassels. The iconic Baguette bag in handknit wool is joined leather shopper bags and charms inspired by vintage FENDI packaging, returning from the last Men’s Collection.   In collaboration with the London-based accessories brand Chaos designed by Charlotte Stockdale and Katie Lyall, a series of ‘tech jewellery’ pieces and small accessories offer a luxurious alternative to everyday storage. No device is left uncovered, from woven gold mesh smart phone pouches to a perforated ‘FF’ minaudière, smart earphones and smart watch keychains. Leather straps, zipper lanyards and chain-link bracelets sport an assortment of alphabet charms, gilded lighters and a discreet shot glass set. A scribble pen earring functions on paper and tablets alike.   The FENDI Women’s Fall/Winter 2020-2021 runway show features a live soundtrack by SONOIO, an electronic music project by Italian musician Alessandro Cortini, touring keyboardist of the internationally acclaimed industrial rock group Nine Inch Nails. more on Fendi.com

BOSS Fall & Winter 2020 backstage
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BOSS Fall & Winter 2020 backstage

Fashion Week This season, BOSS celebrates a new generation. In a future-focused show at Milan Fashion Week today, models stepped onto the runway to showcase designs for men and women that seamlessly merge the established codes of the house with a spirit of continual innovation. Ultra-modern tailoring, elevated outerwear, and fluid jersey pieces come together in acollection named “Generations”, which reworks and restyles BOSS icons to reveal anew contemporary aesthetic. Bringing together decades of tailoring expertise with a bold, agenda-setting approach, the designs are created for BOSS men and women of every age, background and walk of life. In a lilac-colored show space at Social Music City, models including Mona Tougaard, Rebekka Longendyke, Jakob Zimny, Kiki Willems, Alvar Schulten, Fran Summers, Serigne Lam, Adut Akech, Toyosi Diya, Olli Heinimaki. Doutzen Kroes, Maartje Verhoef, Jun, Sarah Dahl, Serge Sergeev, Ruiqui Jiang, Jonas Glöer, Bingbing Liu, Rachel Marx, Ning Jinyi, Ilja Sizov, Abby Champion, Jeranimo van Russel, Juliane Gruner, Julian Felix, Sebastien Bednarek, Felice Noordhoff, Khadim Sock, Irina Shayk, Meng Yu Qi, Efraim, He Cong, Sol Goss, Jacob Lepp, Hannah Motler, Erik Rasmusson, Valerie Scherzinger, Lulu Tenney, Mateusz Chmielewski, Dee Glover, Cynthia Arrebola, Leon Dame, Denise Ascuet, Kohei Takabatake, Sacha Quenby, Maike Inga, Delta van Mele, Lara Mullen, Tang He, Tae Min Park, Aivita Muze, Jiri Fejtek, Clea Beuret, Cyrielle Lalande, Alec Pollentier, Hiandra Martinez, Cara Taylor, Alpha Dia, Freek Iven, Ajok Madel, Cherif Douamba, Peter Dupont, Josefine Lynderup, Ba Ruijie, Achenrin Madit, Sora Choi, Jay Taylor, Bella Hadid, Malick   Bodian, Vittoria Ceretti and Braien Vaiksaar walked an oval catwalk to the sounds of a live orchestra. The musicians performed a piece entitled “Down to Earth”, composedby Henri Scars Struck, at a show attended by over 600 guests, including Orlando Bloom, Cara Delevingne, Ashley Benson, Madelaine Petsch, Miguel Bernardeau, Aitana Ocaña, Toni Garrn, Alex Pettyfer, Amber Valletta, Cameron Dallas, Tommy Dorfman, Todd Gurley, Amy Jackson, Keith Powers, Cindy Bruna, S. Pri Noir in BOSS, Caro Daur, Xenia Adonts, Leonie Hanne, Gala Gonzalez, Johannes Huebl, Carlo Sestini, Marc Forne, Diletta Bonaiuti, Linda Tol, Yoyo Chao, Kit Butler, Andrea Faccio, Erica Boldrin, Kim Cam Jones, Venice Min, Yuwei Zhangzou, Ricky Kwok, Tamara Kalinic, Lisa Hahnbück, Aylin Freund, Mandy Bork, Ann-Kathrin Götze, Guido Milani, Sophia Roe, Emili Sindlev and Mads Emil. The collection illustrates how the brand’s suiting heritage is more relevant than everbefore, with sharp silhouettes in new fabrications and colors paving the way forward for tailoring in the 2020s. A striking organic pattern features in multiple forms across coats, tailoring, leather, dresses, and accessories. The embroidered pieces are expertly crafted in Germany, a reflection of the longstanding BOSS dedication to hand workmanship. Outerwear is relaxed and oversized, while impeccably cut jersey dresses, skirts, and tops skim over the body. Hand-woven leather, flowing fringes, and glossy, bonded fabrics with digital prints all add depth and detail. Vivid red and coral accent a fall-inspired palette of browns, creams, grays, and black, while a fresh shade of lilac offers the perfect counterpart to these warm hues. A new approach to color blocking brings three and four colors together in many looks, evolving the monochrome aesthetic of previous seasons. This season’s new bags and shoes are offered in luxurious materials and finishes, with square-toe stretch fabric boots for her, and utility-inspired cross-body bags for him as highlights. Completing the picture, eyewear and jewelry in the show colors offer the perfect finish to this inspirational and forward-looking collection. This season, BOSS celebrates a new generation. In a future-focused show at Milan Fashion Week today, models stepped onto the runway to showcase designs for men and women that seamlessly merge the established codes of the house with a spirit of continual innovation. Ultra-modern tailoring, elevated outerwear, and fluid jersey pieces come together in acollection named “Generations”, which reworks and restyles BOSS icons to reveal anew contemporary aesthetic. Bringing together decades of tailoring expertise with a bold, agenda-setting approach, the designs are created for BOSS men and women of every age, background and walk of life. In a lilac-colored show space at Social Music City, models including Mona Tougaard, Rebekka Longendyke, Jakob Zimny, Kiki Willems, Alvar Schulten, Fran Summers, Serigne Lam, Adut Akech, Toyosi Diya, Olli Heinimaki. Doutzen Kroes, Maartje Verhoef, Jun, Sarah Dahl, Serge Sergeev, Ruiqui Jiang, Jonas Glöer, Bingbing Liu, Rachel Marx, Ning Jinyi, Ilja Sizov, Abby Champion, Jeranimo van Russel, Juliane Gruner, Julian Felix, Sebastien Bednarek, Felice Noordhoff, Khadim Sock, Irina Shayk, Meng Yu Qi, Efraim, He Cong, Sol Goss, Jacob Lepp, Hannah Motler, Erik Rasmusson, Valerie Scherzinger, Lulu Tenney, Mateusz Chmielewski, Dee Glover, Cynthia Arrebola, Leon Dame, Denise Ascuet, Kohei Takabatake, Sacha Quenby, Maike Inga, Delta van Mele, Lara Mullen, Tang He, Tae Min Park, Aivita Muze, Jiri Fejtek, Clea Beuret, Cyrielle Lalande, Alec Pollentier, Hiandra Martinez, Cara Taylor, Alpha Dia, Freek Iven, Ajok Madel, Cherif Douamba, Peter Dupont, Josefine Lynderup, Ba Ruijie, Achenrin Madit, Sora Choi, Jay Taylor, Bella Hadid, Malick   Bodian, Vittoria Ceretti and Braien Vaiksaar walked an oval catwalk to the sounds of a live orchestra. The musicians performed a piece entitled “Down to Earth”, composedby Henri Scars Struck, at a show attended by over 600 guests, including Orlando Bloom, Cara Delevingne, Ashley Benson, Madelaine Petsch, Miguel Bernardeau, Aitana Ocaña, Toni Garrn, Alex Pettyfer, Amber Valletta, Cameron Dallas, Tommy Dorfman, Todd Gurley, Amy Jackson, Keith Powers, Cindy Bruna, S. Pri Noir in BOSS, Caro Daur, Xenia Adonts, Leonie Hanne, Gala Gonzalez, Johannes Huebl, Carlo Sestini, Marc Forne, Diletta Bonaiuti, Linda Tol, Yoyo Chao, Kit Butler, Andrea Faccio, Erica Boldrin, Kim Cam Jones, Venice Min, Yuwei Zhangzou, Ricky Kwok, Tamara Kalinic, Lisa Hahnbück, Aylin Freund, Mandy Bork, Ann-Kathrin Götze, Guido Milani, Sophia Roe, Emili Sindlev and Mads Emil. The collection illustrates how the brand’s suiting heritage is more relevant than everbefore, with sharp silhouettes in new fabrications and colors paving the way forward for tailoring in the 2020s. A striking organic pattern features in multiple forms across coats, tailoring, leather, dresses, and accessories. The embroidered pieces are expertly crafted in Germany, a reflection of the longstanding BOSS dedication to hand workmanship. Outerwear is relaxed and oversized, while impeccably cut jersey dresses, skirts, and tops skim over the body. Hand-woven leather, flowing fringes, and glossy, bonded fabrics with digital prints all add depth and detail. Vivid red and coral accent a fall-inspired palette of browns, creams, grays, and black, while a fresh shade of lilac offers the perfect counterpart to these warm hues. A new approach to color blocking brings three and four colors together in many looks, evolving the monochrome aesthetic of previous seasons. This season’s new bags and shoes are offered in luxurious materials and finishes, with square-toe stretch fabric boots for her, and utility-inspired cross-body bags for him as highlights. Completing the picture, eyewear and jewelry in the show colors offer the perfect finish to this inspirational and forward-looking collection.

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First edition of Natan Collective
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First edition of Natan Collective

Exhibition At the start of 2020, NATAN is launching a Dutch edition of their successful NATAN Collective for the first time containing the work of six emerging Dutch photographers. They were instructed to give their own interpretation to a couture look of the Belgian fashion house. The works will be exhibited from February 6, 2020 in X BANK in Amsterdam.    Just like in previous editions, NATAN embraces talents from different art disciplines with the Collective. NATAN - in collaboration with agency Initials L.A. - has selected six emerging photographers from the Netherlands for this edition. They were given complete artistic freedom when recording the couture look. This has resulted in six special stand-alone photos, which will be exhibited in February during a six-week exhibition at X BANK in Amsterdam. This is a unique opportunity for photographers to show a selection of their work and to get in touch with the NATAN network. The following photographers are part of the Natan Collective: Lisette Appeldorn Debbie Trouerbach Myrthe Giesbers Alexander Sporre Chloe Leenheer Tarona Edouard Vermeulen on the first Dutch Collective: "Every time I visit the Netherlands, I am overwhelmed by the wide range of young artists and creatives. I am therefore delighted to be able to organize a Natan Collective here, and thus also do our bit at the start or further development of their careers. " A jury will eventually select a photographer as the winner, which receives a cash prize so that he or she can continue to develop his / her talent. Visitors can visit the pop exhibition at X BANK on the ground floor at Spuistraat 172 in Amsterdam. The exhibition runs from 7 February and will be on display for six weeks.    As with the Belgian editions, NATAN Collective has worked with agency Initials L.A.  Supporting young talent in their development and transferring know-how and passion for art is an initiative that has been close to the heart of the house since its foundation.   About NATAN The Belgian fashion house has been under the creative direction of Edouard Vermeulen since 1983. NATAN stands for elegant, timeless and minimalistic Belgian couture and pret-a-porter, where the use of fabrics of the highest quality is characteristic. In recent years, the brand has grown into a fixed value within the Belgian fashion landscape with an international orientation.  About X BANK X BANK is a unique concept store with exhibition space for art in the historic building of the W Hotel Amsterdam, located between the Singel Canal and the Royal Palace. The 700 square meter store displays more than 180 Dutch art, fashion and design labels and offers unique programming throughout the year, with the ultimate goal of celebrating and bringing Dutch creativity together. At the start of 2020, NATAN is launching a Dutch edition of their successful NATAN Collective for the first time containing the work of six emerging Dutch photographers. They were instructed to give their own interpretation to a couture look of the Belgian fashion house. The works will be exhibited from February 6, 2020 in X BANK in Amsterdam.    Just like in previous editions, NATAN embraces talents from different art disciplines with the Collective. NATAN - in collaboration with agency Initials L.A. - has selected six emerging photographers from the Netherlands for this edition. They were given complete artistic freedom when recording the couture look. This has resulted in six special stand-alone photos, which will be exhibited in February during a six-week exhibition at X BANK in Amsterdam. This is a unique opportunity for photographers to show a selection of their work and to get in touch with the NATAN network. The following photographers are part of the Natan Collective: Lisette Appeldorn Debbie Trouerbach Myrthe Giesbers Alexander Sporre Chloe Leenheer Tarona Edouard Vermeulen on the first Dutch Collective: "Every time I visit the Netherlands, I am overwhelmed by the wide range of young artists and creatives. I am therefore delighted to be able to organize a Natan Collective here, and thus also do our bit at the start or further development of their careers. " A jury will eventually select a photographer as the winner, which receives a cash prize so that he or she can continue to develop his / her talent. Visitors can visit the pop exhibition at X BANK on the ground floor at Spuistraat 172 in Amsterdam. The exhibition runs from 7 February and will be on display for six weeks.    As with the Belgian editions, NATAN Collective has worked with agency Initials L.A.  Supporting young talent in their development and transferring know-how and passion for art is an initiative that has been close to the heart of the house since its foundation.   About NATAN The Belgian fashion house has been under the creative direction of Edouard Vermeulen since 1983. NATAN stands for elegant, timeless and minimalistic Belgian couture and pret-a-porter, where the use of fabrics of the highest quality is characteristic. In recent years, the brand has grown into a fixed value within the Belgian fashion landscape with an international orientation.  About X BANK X BANK is a unique concept store with exhibition space for art in the historic building of the W Hotel Amsterdam, located between the Singel Canal and the Royal Palace. The 700 square meter store displays more than 180 Dutch art, fashion and design labels and offers unique programming throughout the year, with the ultimate goal of celebrating and bringing Dutch creativity together.

1/OFF new upcycled brand
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1/OFF new upcycled brand

Fashion 1/OFF is a fashion label rooted in the upcycle movement. Celebrating the legacy of grand designers, the brand transforms high-end vintage into contemporary, disruptive designs. Each creation is a one of a kind, sourced and curated from around the world and handcrafted in the brand’s studio in Paris.  Supervised by couturier Xuan Thu Nguyen, invited member of La Fédération de la Haute Couture, the 1/OFF design team reimagines vintage garments from the likes of Burberry’s, Yves Saint Laurent, Chanel, Celine, Valentino, Ralph Lauren, yet also entertains reworking items from renowned jeans and sports brands. Beyond Collections Instead of thinking collections, 1/OFF rather drops conceptual designs as they are released from the Paris studio. Besides the main conceptual designs like the inside out trench, the cropped blazer and double collar shirt, the brand also features a series of experimental concepts, based on rare fashion trouvailles: fairy tales. Strictly for (fe)males Encouraging fun and creative self-expression, 1/Off thinks it’s “rather strange to restrict fashion to any gender” – that’s why it's creations are inclusive to all. “After all, everybody is a 1/Off,” says co-founder Renée van Wijngaarden. Founders Dutch co-founders Xuan-Thu Nguyen, head of design, and Renée van Wijngaarden, head of communications and marketing, both had seen first-hand the amount of waste produced by the fashion industry. Nguyen’s family once owned large-scale clothing factories in the Netherlands and van Wijngaarden was formerly head of brand partnerships at luxury marketplace Vestiaire Collective. Thus they decided to create a brand by using existing resources as a new standard but want to move on by creating fun and disruptive designs.   More about this cool brand on 1offparis.com 1/OFF is a fashion label rooted in the upcycle movement. Celebrating the legacy of grand designers, the brand transforms high-end vintage into contemporary, disruptive designs. Each creation is a one of a kind, sourced and curated from around the world and handcrafted in the brand’s studio in Paris.  Supervised by couturier Xuan Thu Nguyen, invited member of La Fédération de la Haute Couture, the 1/OFF design team reimagines vintage garments from the likes of Burberry’s, Yves Saint Laurent, Chanel, Celine, Valentino, Ralph Lauren, yet also entertains reworking items from renowned jeans and sports brands. Beyond Collections Instead of thinking collections, 1/OFF rather drops conceptual designs as they are released from the Paris studio. Besides the main conceptual designs like the inside out trench, the cropped blazer and double collar shirt, the brand also features a series of experimental concepts, based on rare fashion trouvailles: fairy tales. Strictly for (fe)males Encouraging fun and creative self-expression, 1/Off thinks it’s “rather strange to restrict fashion to any gender” – that’s why it's creations are inclusive to all. “After all, everybody is a 1/Off,” says co-founder Renée van Wijngaarden. Founders Dutch co-founders Xuan-Thu Nguyen, head of design, and Renée van Wijngaarden, head of communications and marketing, both had seen first-hand the amount of waste produced by the fashion industry. Nguyen’s family once owned large-scale clothing factories in the Netherlands and van Wijngaarden was formerly head of brand partnerships at luxury marketplace Vestiaire Collective. Thus they decided to create a brand by using existing resources as a new standard but want to move on by creating fun and disruptive designs.   More about this cool brand on 1offparis.com

Oliver Peoples opens in Amsterdam
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Oliver Peoples opens in Amsterdam

Accessories Oliver Peoples, the luxury eyewear brand headquartered in Los Angeles, is proud to announce the opening of their Amsterdam boutique located on the historic shopping street, PC Hooftstraat on January 31st. The 100 square meter boutique is a marriage between the brand’s typical Mid-Century Modern boutique aesthetic and Dutch minimalism. The result is a timeless and serene space for clients to shop the brand's vintage-inspired eyewear.   Oliver Peoples strives to be the most culturally distinctive eyewear brand in the world. Handcrafted from the finest quality materials and known for a deliberate lack of a visible logo. Oliver Peoples remains a revered brand and continues to entice eyewear enthusiasts, creating new designs that stand the test of time. Giampiero Tagliaferri, Creative Director of Oliver Peoples: “I’ve always been fascinated by the Dutch design approach to design: clean lines, soft colors, and natural textures that translate in warm and inviting spaces despite the absence of elaborate decor. For the new boutique, I wanted to follow this approach by working with volumes, materials, and coloring that reminded me of beautiful Amsterdam interiors. The focus of the boutique is the stairs. The boutique has two floors that were originally connected by very steep hidden stairs. By opening the central area, I gave room to the new stairs to become an integral part of the display area with the steps blending into shelves and platforms to display glasses, books, and a turntable to play old vinyl records. While the ground floor houses the whole collection, the first floor serves as a more intimate fitting room mostly dedicated to optical styles and special releases. Making use of the high ceilings, the center of the boutique features a wood swing, a reminder that being playful feels good at every age.”The Amsterdam boutique will carry a wide array of optical and sunglasses for men and women with the Spring 2020 collection proudly on display. The collection exemplifies the brand’s philosophy of timeless designs fit for every look of today, with inspiration taken from the icons of Hollywood and 1970’s style. The collection features Coleridge as its centerpiece. Since its original introduction in the early ’90s, this design has been one of the brand's best-selling optical styles.  To celebrate the Amsterdam opening, Oliver Peoples is releasing ten custom pieces of the Coleridge Sun. The Coleridge Sun is an understated design with clean lines for a classic, vintage-inspired look. The sunglass is reinterpreted for the Amsterdam boutique in an exclusive colorway, Silver and Shale Gradient lenses. These new tones complement the boutique's unique design concept. For added exclusivity, each style is stamped “Exclusive at Amsterdam” to highlight the bespoke offering. Rocco Basilico, CEO of Oliver Peoples: “We are very excited to be close to our Amsterdam clients with Oliver Peoples’ first boutique in the Netherlands. The brand’s focus on craftsmanship and attention to detail perfectly aligns with the history of this city – classic beauty with timeless charm built off a base of innovation and design. Our brand is rich with California culture mixed with European influences, capable of meeting the needs of our clientele all over the world. Our latest opening continues to evolve our retail growth strategy worldwide.” Oliver Peoples, the luxury eyewear brand headquartered in Los Angeles, is proud to announce the opening of their Amsterdam boutique located on the historic shopping street, PC Hooftstraat on January 31st. The 100 square meter boutique is a marriage between the brand’s typical Mid-Century Modern boutique aesthetic and Dutch minimalism. The result is a timeless and serene space for clients to shop the brand's vintage-inspired eyewear.   Oliver Peoples strives to be the most culturally distinctive eyewear brand in the world. Handcrafted from the finest quality materials and known for a deliberate lack of a visible logo. Oliver Peoples remains a revered brand and continues to entice eyewear enthusiasts, creating new designs that stand the test of time. Giampiero Tagliaferri, Creative Director of Oliver Peoples: “I’ve always been fascinated by the Dutch design approach to design: clean lines, soft colors, and natural textures that translate in warm and inviting spaces despite the absence of elaborate decor. For the new boutique, I wanted to follow this approach by working with volumes, materials, and coloring that reminded me of beautiful Amsterdam interiors. The focus of the boutique is the stairs. The boutique has two floors that were originally connected by very steep hidden stairs. By opening the central area, I gave room to the new stairs to become an integral part of the display area with the steps blending into shelves and platforms to display glasses, books, and a turntable to play old vinyl records. While the ground floor houses the whole collection, the first floor serves as a more intimate fitting room mostly dedicated to optical styles and special releases. Making use of the high ceilings, the center of the boutique features a wood swing, a reminder that being playful feels good at every age.”The Amsterdam boutique will carry a wide array of optical and sunglasses for men and women with the Spring 2020 collection proudly on display. The collection exemplifies the brand’s philosophy of timeless designs fit for every look of today, with inspiration taken from the icons of Hollywood and 1970’s style. The collection features Coleridge as its centerpiece. Since its original introduction in the early ’90s, this design has been one of the brand's best-selling optical styles.  To celebrate the Amsterdam opening, Oliver Peoples is releasing ten custom pieces of the Coleridge Sun. The Coleridge Sun is an understated design with clean lines for a classic, vintage-inspired look. The sunglass is reinterpreted for the Amsterdam boutique in an exclusive colorway, Silver and Shale Gradient lenses. These new tones complement the boutique's unique design concept. For added exclusivity, each style is stamped “Exclusive at Amsterdam” to highlight the bespoke offering. Rocco Basilico, CEO of Oliver Peoples: “We are very excited to be close to our Amsterdam clients with Oliver Peoples’ first boutique in the Netherlands. The brand’s focus on craftsmanship and attention to detail perfectly aligns with the history of this city – classic beauty with timeless charm built off a base of innovation and design. Our brand is rich with California culture mixed with European influences, capable of meeting the needs of our clientele all over the world. Our latest opening continues to evolve our retail growth strategy worldwide.”

Tommy Hilfiger celebrates Fashion Frontier Challenge
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Tommy Hilfiger celebrates Fashion Frontier Challenge

Fashion Two winners were selected by a panel of experts that included Mr. Tommy Hilfiger, Daniel Grieder, CEO, Tommy Hilfiger Global and PVH Europe, and Noor Tagouri, Journalist, Activist and Speaker.  Tommy Hilfiger , announces Apon Wellbeing and A Beautiful Mess as winners of the 2019 Tommy Hilfiger Fashion Frontier Challenge. More than 400 applications were received for the second edition of the global program, which aims to support entrepreneurial start-up and scale-up stage businesses developing solutions that promote inclusive and positive change in fashion. “At Tommy Hilfiger, we’re committed to wasting nothing and welcoming all. From start to finish, I have been inspired by this talented group of social entrepreneurs whose innovations are making the fashion landscape more sustainable and inclusive,” said Tommy Hilfiger. “I am proud to congratulate this year’s winners, Apon Wellbeing and A Beautiful Mess. This is just the beginning for these start-ups and we will continue to mentor and foster these entrepreneurs who are so committed to making a positive impact in our industry.” “The winners of the second Tommy Hilfiger Fashion Frontier Challenge represent the future of the fashion industry,” said Daniel Grieder, CEO, Tommy Hilfiger Global and PVH Europe. “As our industry continues to rapidly evolve, it is important to  collaborate, both within and outside of the fashion landscape, and bring forward innovations that have the ability to transform our businesses for the better. Congratulations to all of the winners and finalists!”   Apon Wellbeing was awarded €75,000. The Bangladesh-based scale-up opens fair-priced shops carrying daily necessities inside factories, with products offered at a 10% discount to external prices and a points scheme that workers collect for free health-insurance and health services. “When you are upcoming in the fashion value chain, endorsement from a brand like TOMMY HILFIGER immeasurably helps start-ups and scale-ups grow and increase impact,” said Saif Rashid, Apon Wellbeing Founder and Managing Director. “But the most important thing is the strategic support and mentorship the Tommy Hilfiger Fashion Frontier Challenge offers. The support TOMMY HILFIGER has given has already shaped our business model, strategy, communication and how we think about the future.” Dutch start-up, A Beautiful Mess, was also awarded €75,000. A Beautiful Mess runs a creative space to assist refugees in realizing social and economic independence by creating sustainable apparel products. “We need big players in the fashion industry to scale-up circular production initiatives, and that’s exactly what the Tommy Hilfiger Fashion Frontier Challenge offers,” said Naz Kawan, A Beautiful Mess Makerspace Director. “A collaborative, integrated approach is necessary if we want to transform the fashion industry’s supply chain. With the support of this global program, we are working towards a more circular, transparent and inclusive fashion landscape.”      The winners also received a year-long mentorship with Tommy Hilfiger’s and INSEAD’s global experts, as well as a place in the INSEAD Social Entrepreneurship Program (ISEP).  A third start-up, Sudara, was selected as the “Audience Favorite Vote” and was awarded €10,000. Based in India and the United States, Sudara is a scale-up pajama and loungewear company that develops professional and sewing skills in women who have escaped from or are at high risk of being sex trafficked. “The Tommy Hilfiger Fashion Frontier Challenge is all about using fashion as a force for good, which directly speaks to our brand purpose,” said Shannon Keith, Sudara Inc. Founder and Chairwoman. “We’re particularly excited about winning the ‘Audience Favorite Vote,’ because it shows that what we’re doing really resonates with the teams at TOMMY HILFIGER, who are committed to making a difference in the fashion industry.” Over a multi-step, multi-month process that began in May 2019, over 420 applicants were narrowed down to six finalists who were invited to develop and refine their business plans with the support of a dedicated team of social entrepreneur experts. During the program’s Final Event, which took place at Tommy Hilfiger’s Campus of the Future in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, on February 13, 2020, the six finalists pitched their concepts to a prestigious jury panel, including Mr. Tommy Hilfiger, Daniel Grieder, CEO, Tommy Hilfiger Global and PVH Europe, Noor Tagouri, Journalist, Activist and Speaker, Martijn Hagman, CFO, Tommy Hilfiger Global & COO, Tommy Hilfiger Global and PVH Europe, Willemijn Verloop, Founding Partner, Social Impact Venture, Steven Serneels, CEO and Board Member, EVPA, and Katrin Ley, Managing Director, Fashion for Good. Tommy Hilfiger’s vision is to create fashion that wastes nothing and welcomes all. Find out more about the brand’s long-term sustainability efforts, particularly in the areas of inclusivity and circularity, at: 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. Two winners were selected by a panel of experts that included Mr. Tommy Hilfiger, Daniel Grieder, CEO, Tommy Hilfiger Global and PVH Europe, and Noor Tagouri, Journalist, Activist and Speaker.  Tommy Hilfiger , announces Apon Wellbeing and A Beautiful Mess as winners of the 2019 Tommy Hilfiger Fashion Frontier Challenge. More than 400 applications were received for the second edition of the global program, which aims to support entrepreneurial start-up and scale-up stage businesses developing solutions that promote inclusive and positive change in fashion. “At Tommy Hilfiger, we’re committed to wasting nothing and welcoming all. From start to finish, I have been inspired by this talented group of social entrepreneurs whose innovations are making the fashion landscape more sustainable and inclusive,” said Tommy Hilfiger. “I am proud to congratulate this year’s winners, Apon Wellbeing and A Beautiful Mess. This is just the beginning for these start-ups and we will continue to mentor and foster these entrepreneurs who are so committed to making a positive impact in our industry.” “The winners of the second Tommy Hilfiger Fashion Frontier Challenge represent the future of the fashion industry,” said Daniel Grieder, CEO, Tommy Hilfiger Global and PVH Europe. “As our industry continues to rapidly evolve, it is important to  collaborate, both within and outside of the fashion landscape, and bring forward innovations that have the ability to transform our businesses for the better. Congratulations to all of the winners and finalists!”   Apon Wellbeing was awarded €75,000. The Bangladesh-based scale-up opens fair-priced shops carrying daily necessities inside factories, with products offered at a 10% discount to external prices and a points scheme that workers collect for free health-insurance and health services. “When you are upcoming in the fashion value chain, endorsement from a brand like TOMMY HILFIGER immeasurably helps start-ups and scale-ups grow and increase impact,” said Saif Rashid, Apon Wellbeing Founder and Managing Director. “But the most important thing is the strategic support and mentorship the Tommy Hilfiger Fashion Frontier Challenge offers. The support TOMMY HILFIGER has given has already shaped our business model, strategy, communication and how we think about the future.” Dutch start-up, A Beautiful Mess, was also awarded €75,000. A Beautiful Mess runs a creative space to assist refugees in realizing social and economic independence by creating sustainable apparel products. “We need big players in the fashion industry to scale-up circular production initiatives, and that’s exactly what the Tommy Hilfiger Fashion Frontier Challenge offers,” said Naz Kawan, A Beautiful Mess Makerspace Director. “A collaborative, integrated approach is necessary if we want to transform the fashion industry’s supply chain. With the support of this global program, we are working towards a more circular, transparent and inclusive fashion landscape.”      The winners also received a year-long mentorship with Tommy Hilfiger’s and INSEAD’s global experts, as well as a place in the INSEAD Social Entrepreneurship Program (ISEP).  A third start-up, Sudara, was selected as the “Audience Favorite Vote” and was awarded €10,000. Based in India and the United States, Sudara is a scale-up pajama and loungewear company that develops professional and sewing skills in women who have escaped from or are at high risk of being sex trafficked. “The Tommy Hilfiger Fashion Frontier Challenge is all about using fashion as a force for good, which directly speaks to our brand purpose,” said Shannon Keith, Sudara Inc. Founder and Chairwoman. “We’re particularly excited about winning the ‘Audience Favorite Vote,’ because it shows that what we’re doing really resonates with the teams at TOMMY HILFIGER, who are committed to making a difference in the fashion industry.” Over a multi-step, multi-month process that began in May 2019, over 420 applicants were narrowed down to six finalists who were invited to develop and refine their business plans with the support of a dedicated team of social entrepreneur experts. During the program’s Final Event, which took place at Tommy Hilfiger’s Campus of the Future in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, on February 13, 2020, the six finalists pitched their concepts to a prestigious jury panel, including Mr. Tommy Hilfiger, Daniel Grieder, CEO, Tommy Hilfiger Global and PVH Europe, Noor Tagouri, Journalist, Activist and Speaker, Martijn Hagman, CFO, Tommy Hilfiger Global & COO, Tommy Hilfiger Global and PVH Europe, Willemijn Verloop, Founding Partner, Social Impact Venture, Steven Serneels, CEO and Board Member, EVPA, and Katrin Ley, Managing Director, Fashion for Good. Tommy Hilfiger’s vision is to create fashion that wastes nothing and welcomes all. Find out more about the brand’s long-term sustainability efforts, particularly in the areas of inclusivity and circularity, at: 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.

A tribute to Terry O'neill
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A tribute to Terry O'neill

Exhibition Eduard Planting Gallery in Amsterdam presents until 21 March 2020 'A tribute to Terry O’Neill'. The exhibition is an homage to the British celebrity photographer. The gallery shows a selection of iconic black and white portraits of screen stars and musicians of the Swinging Sixties and Roaring Seventies.   Terry O’Neill (1938-2019) passed away on 16 November 2019 in his hometown of London. He first picked up a camera in 1958 and pioneered a more intimate, reportage style of celebrity photography, informal and spontaneous. In October 2019, O’Neill was awarded a Commander of the British Empire (CBE) for his services to photography by Prince William.   During 60 years Terry O’Neill has photographed countless legendary stars of film, music and fashion. Iconic books provide an overview of his extensive oeuvre. O’Neill is one of the world’s most published and collected photographers. The National Portrait Gallery in London has nearly 80 portraits in the permanent collection.     Terry O’Neill portrayed The Beatles and The Rolling Stones when they were still struggling young bands. He also photographed Audrey Hepburn, Brigitte Bardot, Faye Dunaway, Raquel Welch, Sophia Loren, Frank Sinatra, Roger Moore, David Bowie, Elton John, Kate Moss, Amy Winehouse and Nelson Mandela.    Gallery opening hours: Wednesday to Saturday: 1 – 6 PM.    Eduard Planting Gallery | Fine Art Photographs Eerste Bloemdwarsstraat 2 in Amsterdam   www.eduardplanting.com Eduard Planting Gallery in Amsterdam presents until 21 March 2020 'A tribute to Terry O’Neill'. The exhibition is an homage to the British celebrity photographer. The gallery shows a selection of iconic black and white portraits of screen stars and musicians of the Swinging Sixties and Roaring Seventies.   Terry O’Neill (1938-2019) passed away on 16 November 2019 in his hometown of London. He first picked up a camera in 1958 and pioneered a more intimate, reportage style of celebrity photography, informal and spontaneous. In October 2019, O’Neill was awarded a Commander of the British Empire (CBE) for his services to photography by Prince William.   During 60 years Terry O’Neill has photographed countless legendary stars of film, music and fashion. Iconic books provide an overview of his extensive oeuvre. O’Neill is one of the world’s most published and collected photographers. The National Portrait Gallery in London has nearly 80 portraits in the permanent collection.     Terry O’Neill portrayed The Beatles and The Rolling Stones when they were still struggling young bands. He also photographed Audrey Hepburn, Brigitte Bardot, Faye Dunaway, Raquel Welch, Sophia Loren, Frank Sinatra, Roger Moore, David Bowie, Elton John, Kate Moss, Amy Winehouse and Nelson Mandela.    Gallery opening hours: Wednesday to Saturday: 1 – 6 PM.    Eduard Planting Gallery | Fine Art Photographs Eerste Bloemdwarsstraat 2 in Amsterdam   www.eduardplanting.com

Bang & Olufsen introduces the Contrast collection
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Bang & Olufsen introduces the Contrast collection

Design Bang & Olufsen today announces the Contrast Collection – a limited eight-piece collection created in collaboration with Danish design studio Norm Architects. Taking pleasure in difference, the Contrast Collection is an exploration of material combinations and tactile surfaces – between minimal and expressive, rough and smooth, light and dark, silence and loudness, harmony and noise – celebrating the shared curiosity and craftmanship between the two brands using material tensions that intrigue and excite. “The Contrast Collection is a timeless interpretation of current interior trends focusing on tactility and textures. The combination of colour tones, materials and surfaces makes the collection a unique, new offering in a timeless design. The products are not only aesthetically aligned – they also deliver amazing Bang & Olufsen SignatureSound,” says Kresten Bjørn Krab-Bjerre, Design Director at Bang & Olufsen. Light grey and anthracite colour palette The colour palette of the collection was determined by exploring new ways of working with aluminium, which is a material that has become an integral and ubiquitous part of the Bang & Olufsen design aesthetic. Bang & Olufsen and Norm Architects wanted to turn the mirror-like aluminium into a soft and warm spectrum of colours that could put focus on textures applied to the aluminium. The light grey and anthracite colour tones were created from the same master sample of anthracite – an earthy, nearly-black grey – completed at the anodising treatment facility at Bang & Olufsen headquarters. The brushed aluminium textures have been obtained after countless experiments with different surface treatments. There is a fine balance between presenting the application of a brushed effect as deliberate and controlled, and after a long process that started with hand brushing pieces of flat aluminium for added tactility, the aluminium experts of Bang & Olufsen managed to achieve giving Contrast its distinctive appearance.   Creating a new sound transparent wool fabric Bang & Olufsen helped create its first transparent wool-fabric with Danish design textile company Kvadrat in 2015. For the Contrast Collection, Bang & Olufsen and Norm Architects wanted to explore a new type of textile to bring more tactility to the products and to integrate them beautifully in the home. The fabric – made of wool and viscose– originates from Kvadrat’s Hallingdal Fabric providing excellent durability, while the viscose adds brilliance and depth to the colour. The original version uses thick yarns, so the structure has been loosened to deliver high acoustic performance, while maintaining its rich texture. Pricing and availability The Contrast Collection will be available online, in select third-party retailers and in Bang & Olufsen stores from 16 January 2020 depending on region. To find out more, please visit https://www.bang- olufsen.com/en/story/contrast-collection Follow the conversation at @bangolufsen on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and YouTube using#ContrastCollection #BangOlufsen Bang & Olufsen today announces the Contrast Collection – a limited eight-piece collection created in collaboration with Danish design studio Norm Architects. Taking pleasure in difference, the Contrast Collection is an exploration of material combinations and tactile surfaces – between minimal and expressive, rough and smooth, light and dark, silence and loudness, harmony and noise – celebrating the shared curiosity and craftmanship between the two brands using material tensions that intrigue and excite. “The Contrast Collection is a timeless interpretation of current interior trends focusing on tactility and textures. The combination of colour tones, materials and surfaces makes the collection a unique, new offering in a timeless design. The products are not only aesthetically aligned – they also deliver amazing Bang & Olufsen SignatureSound,” says Kresten Bjørn Krab-Bjerre, Design Director at Bang & Olufsen. Light grey and anthracite colour palette The colour palette of the collection was determined by exploring new ways of working with aluminium, which is a material that has become an integral and ubiquitous part of the Bang & Olufsen design aesthetic. Bang & Olufsen and Norm Architects wanted to turn the mirror-like aluminium into a soft and warm spectrum of colours that could put focus on textures applied to the aluminium. The light grey and anthracite colour tones were created from the same master sample of anthracite – an earthy, nearly-black grey – completed at the anodising treatment facility at Bang & Olufsen headquarters. The brushed aluminium textures have been obtained after countless experiments with different surface treatments. There is a fine balance between presenting the application of a brushed effect as deliberate and controlled, and after a long process that started with hand brushing pieces of flat aluminium for added tactility, the aluminium experts of Bang & Olufsen managed to achieve giving Contrast its distinctive appearance.   Creating a new sound transparent wool fabric Bang & Olufsen helped create its first transparent wool-fabric with Danish design textile company Kvadrat in 2015. For the Contrast Collection, Bang & Olufsen and Norm Architects wanted to explore a new type of textile to bring more tactility to the products and to integrate them beautifully in the home. The fabric – made of wool and viscose– originates from Kvadrat’s Hallingdal Fabric providing excellent durability, while the viscose adds brilliance and depth to the colour. The original version uses thick yarns, so the structure has been loosened to deliver high acoustic performance, while maintaining its rich texture. Pricing and availability The Contrast Collection will be available online, in select third-party retailers and in Bang & Olufsen stores from 16 January 2020 depending on region. To find out more, please visit https://www.bang- olufsen.com/en/story/contrast-collection Follow the conversation at @bangolufsen on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and YouTube using#ContrastCollection #BangOlufsen

BOSS Spring & Summer exclusive backstage
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BOSS Spring & Summer exclusive backstage

Fashion Week Exclusive backstage of BOSS collection shown in Milan. photographed by Luisa Pagani Exclusive backstage of BOSS collection shown in Milan. photographed by Luisa Pagani

Daily Paper in collaboration with Van Gogh Museum
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Daily Paper in collaboration with Van Gogh Museum

Fashion Capturing the ordinary, making it extraordinary: The Daily Paper x Van Gogh Museum collection launches worldwide on Saturday 15th of February. Inspired by the life and work of Vincent Van Gogh, clothing brand Daily Paper has designed a capsule collection together with the Van Gogh Museum, incorporating several of Van Gogh’s masterpieces into a range of garments. A collaboration which sees the worlds of fashion and art merge.  On Friday 14th of February, Daily Paper and The Van Gogh Museum will open its doors to the public for a first preview of the collaborative collection through an official launch event at the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam. From Saturday 15th of February, the collection will be available both online via dailypaperclothing.com and the Van Gogh Museum webstore, and physically in the Daily Paper flagship store and the Van Gogh Museum Shop in Amsterdam, alongside selected retailers worldwide.  Capturing the ordinary, making it extraordinary: The Daily Paper x Van Gogh Museum collection launches worldwide on Saturday 15th of February. Inspired by the life and work of Vincent Van Gogh, clothing brand Daily Paper has designed a capsule collection together with the Van Gogh Museum, incorporating several of Van Gogh’s masterpieces into a range of garments. A collaboration which sees the worlds of fashion and art merge.  On Friday 14th of February, Daily Paper and The Van Gogh Museum will open its doors to the public for a first preview of the collaborative collection through an official launch event at the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam. From Saturday 15th of February, the collection will be available both online via dailypaperclothing.com and the Van Gogh Museum webstore, and physically in the Daily Paper flagship store and the Van Gogh Museum Shop in Amsterdam, alongside selected retailers worldwide. 

Kristen Stewart faces the Spring & Summer ad campaign of Chanel
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Kristen Stewart faces the Spring & Summer ad campaign of Chanel

Fashion  Ready-to-Wear Spring-Summer 2020 Ad campaign feautures Kristen Stewart ambassador of CHANEL, who is the face of the ad campaign shot by Jean-Baptiste Mondino. The Ready-to-Wear Spring-Summer 2020 collection will be available in boutiques in March.  Ready-to-Wear Spring-Summer 2020 Ad campaign feautures Kristen Stewart ambassador of CHANEL, who is the face of the ad campaign shot by Jean-Baptiste Mondino. The Ready-to-Wear Spring-Summer 2020 collection will be available in boutiques in March.

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