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

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

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

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

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

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

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Exclusive Editorial by Kat Irlin
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Exclusive Editorial by Kat Irlin

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

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

Fashion We are excited to share a small preview of our coming Fall & Winter issue released in October. You can now pre-order it in the link in our bio. / With two of our cover stars Barbara Palvin & Dylan Sprouse photographed by  Marcus Cooper and styled by our fashion director Lisa Jarvis, with casting by our editor-in-chief Timotej Letonja #NuméroNetherlands #PreOrder #NewIssue #ComingSoon #DateNight #DylanandBarbara     PRE-ORDER: https://boutiquemags.com/products/numero-netherlands-issue-03-dylan-and-... We are excited to share a small preview of our coming Fall & Winter issue released in October. You can now pre-order it in the link in our bio. / With two of our cover stars Barbara Palvin & Dylan Sprouse photographed by  Marcus Cooper and styled by our fashion director Lisa Jarvis, with casting by our editor-in-chief Timotej Letonja #NuméroNetherlands #PreOrder #NewIssue #ComingSoon #DateNight #DylanandBarbara     PRE-ORDER: https://boutiquemags.com/products/numero-netherlands-issue-03-dylan-and-...

New Concept: Casa Lois in Amsterdam
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New Concept: Casa Lois in Amsterdam

Fashion Ever since the 60’s Lois Jeans has been famous for its sexy and iconic fits and flares. Born and raised in Valencia, Lois was determined to go international and so they did. The brand was known for breaking boundaries and soon young people around the world realised that Lois was their perfect fit.   Now, years later Lois is still thriving but this time holding a double passport with a home in Valencia and Amsterdam. Although Amsterdam is a big part of the ‘new Lois’ the Spanish roots have grown deeper and a modern Mediterranean aesthetic and strategy arose. In a sense, Lois has returned home. This renewed connection has inspired Lois to create a soulful, authentic and inviting retail concept: CASA LOIS.     This new concept has transformed Lois Galería into a warm and welcoming home where customers are guests and the spirit of Lois has become tangible. The use of natural materials, organic shapes and earth tones make for a harmonious and calming environment. Lois Galería transports you to an idyllic Finca, a traditional house on the countryside of Spain. Creating a perfect backdrop to the freshness of blue from the jeans and the airy linens that are focal points within the collections. This renewed space allows you to take a little break from the ordinary with the rural calm of Spain and the iconic 70’s feel which Lois is known for.   The complete interior is custom-made and built from scratch, which has resulted in authentic and original choices. Built-in seats invite you to unwind for a moment and slow down the Spanish way. Lois Galería measures 65 m2 and provides a spacious and natural ow to stroll through.     From clothing to curated interior objects and accessories, CASA LOIS is a re ection of the essence of the brand and houses everything that is Lois. A great example of how a strong heritage and deep roots can translate into a contemporary, meaningful and future forward retail experience. Take a peek inside the home of Lois at Lois Galería, Gerard Doustraat 74, Amsterdam.   Ever since the 60’s Lois Jeans has been famous for its sexy and iconic fits and flares. Born and raised in Valencia, Lois was determined to go international and so they did. The brand was known for breaking boundaries and soon young people around the world realised that Lois was their perfect fit.   Now, years later Lois is still thriving but this time holding a double passport with a home in Valencia and Amsterdam. Although Amsterdam is a big part of the ‘new Lois’ the Spanish roots have grown deeper and a modern Mediterranean aesthetic and strategy arose. In a sense, Lois has returned home. This renewed connection has inspired Lois to create a soulful, authentic and inviting retail concept: CASA LOIS.     This new concept has transformed Lois Galería into a warm and welcoming home where customers are guests and the spirit of Lois has become tangible. The use of natural materials, organic shapes and earth tones make for a harmonious and calming environment. Lois Galería transports you to an idyllic Finca, a traditional house on the countryside of Spain. Creating a perfect backdrop to the freshness of blue from the jeans and the airy linens that are focal points within the collections. This renewed space allows you to take a little break from the ordinary with the rural calm of Spain and the iconic 70’s feel which Lois is known for.   The complete interior is custom-made and built from scratch, which has resulted in authentic and original choices. Built-in seats invite you to unwind for a moment and slow down the Spanish way. Lois Galería measures 65 m2 and provides a spacious and natural ow to stroll through.     From clothing to curated interior objects and accessories, CASA LOIS is a re ection of the essence of the brand and houses everything that is Lois. A great example of how a strong heritage and deep roots can translate into a contemporary, meaningful and future forward retail experience. Take a peek inside the home of Lois at Lois Galería, Gerard Doustraat 74, Amsterdam.  

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

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

Alexander McQueen Autumn & Winter campaign
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Alexander McQueen Autumn & Winter campaign

Fashion Alexander McQueen Autumn & Winter 2020 campaign featuring Anok Yai, Sora Choi and Jill Kortleve, photographed by Jamie Hawkesworth and art directed by M-M Paris. Alexander McQueen Autumn & Winter 2020 campaign featuring Anok Yai, Sora Choi and Jill Kortleve, photographed by Jamie Hawkesworth and art directed by M-M Paris.

In conversation with Yoon Ambush
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In conversation with Yoon Ambush

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

Eres collaborates with Palorosa
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Eres collaborates with Palorosa

Fashion In order to create a statement basket for summer 2020, ERES have partnered with the unique luxury brand Palorosa. The essence of these two brands result in a similar approach: quality of workmanship and respect for tradition. These naturally graphic baskets inspired Marie-Paule Minchelli to create a line of architectural proportions using the emblematic ERES colours.     With a shared passion for quality and respect for tradition, the essential Palorosa. baskets have been designed taking inspiration from the colour nuances of the ERES SS20 summer collection: dedicated to South America, giving life to a exclusive capsule collection. These baskets are available in three different sizes, in a classic straw colour.   The Palorosa project is inspired by the city of Guatemala and the country's unique landscapes. Founded in 2014 by Cecilia Pirani, the project was born from a desire to rethink and reuse existing materials, and to use innovative colours and shapes, in close collaboration with local artisans.Each product is hand woven by incredible artisans in Guatemala, preserving quality craftsmanship and traditional techniques.   With the shared passion for quality and respect for tradition, the exclusive Palorosa baskets have been designed, drawing inspiration from the colour nuances of the ERES SS20 summer collection: dedicated to South America, giving life to a exclusive capsule collection. With a minimalist and block colour graphic design, the capsule collection highlights the craftsmanship and timeless aesthetics that have always characterised the creations of Palorosa.   In order to create a statement basket for summer 2020, ERES have partnered with the unique luxury brand Palorosa. The essence of these two brands result in a similar approach: quality of workmanship and respect for tradition. These naturally graphic baskets inspired Marie-Paule Minchelli to create a line of architectural proportions using the emblematic ERES colours.     With a shared passion for quality and respect for tradition, the essential Palorosa. baskets have been designed taking inspiration from the colour nuances of the ERES SS20 summer collection: dedicated to South America, giving life to a exclusive capsule collection. These baskets are available in three different sizes, in a classic straw colour.   The Palorosa project is inspired by the city of Guatemala and the country's unique landscapes. Founded in 2014 by Cecilia Pirani, the project was born from a desire to rethink and reuse existing materials, and to use innovative colours and shapes, in close collaboration with local artisans.Each product is hand woven by incredible artisans in Guatemala, preserving quality craftsmanship and traditional techniques.   With the shared passion for quality and respect for tradition, the exclusive Palorosa baskets have been designed, drawing inspiration from the colour nuances of the ERES SS20 summer collection: dedicated to South America, giving life to a exclusive capsule collection. With a minimalist and block colour graphic design, the capsule collection highlights the craftsmanship and timeless aesthetics that have always characterised the creations of Palorosa.  

Exclusive Editorial "Ophelia"
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Exclusive Editorial "Ophelia"

Fashion A story about the human existence. It’s about feeling stuck behind a glass wall. It’s about feeling visible but not seen. Wanted but not welcome. The texture of tenderness running up your spine, gently touching your skin. A weight gets lifted off your chest because you no longer feel trapped within your own flesh. It feels like a warm hand touching your cheek. Skin to skin. Human to human. The collected pieces of yourself form a masterpiece, a goddess pressing her breasts against the wall that’s holding her back. Filling your lungs with life knowing they will expand and contract giving yourself the permission to come home.     TEAM CREDITS: Photography DEBORA BRUNE www.deborabrune.com / @debora_brune Styling CAMILLE NAOMI FRANKE / https://www.camillenaomi.com// @camiillefr Model YASMIN @ LET IT GO MANAGEMENT / @opheliathanatos Hair and Make up ANA BUVINIC @ BASICS BERLIN/ https://www.anabuvinic.com/ @ana.buvinic.mua Assistant JELENA KOVACEVIC / @jelena_asdf LUISA BOCKSNICK / @bxnck A story about the human existence. It’s about feeling stuck behind a glass wall. It’s about feeling visible but not seen. Wanted but not welcome. The texture of tenderness running up your spine, gently touching your skin. A weight gets lifted off your chest because you no longer feel trapped within your own flesh. It feels like a warm hand touching your cheek. Skin to skin. Human to human. The collected pieces of yourself form a masterpiece, a goddess pressing her breasts against the wall that’s holding her back. Filling your lungs with life knowing they will expand and contract giving yourself the permission to come home.     TEAM CREDITS: Photography DEBORA BRUNE www.deborabrune.com / @debora_brune Styling CAMILLE NAOMI FRANKE / https://www.camillenaomi.com// @camiillefr Model YASMIN @ LET IT GO MANAGEMENT / @opheliathanatos Hair and Make up ANA BUVINIC @ BASICS BERLIN/ https://www.anabuvinic.com/ @ana.buvinic.mua Assistant JELENA KOVACEVIC / @jelena_asdf LUISA BOCKSNICK / @bxnck

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

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

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