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Marni takes us backstage
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Marni takes us backstage

Fashion Week Marni backstage images from the men's show for Fall & Winter 2020-2021.   Marni backstage images from the men's show for Fall & Winter 2020-2021.  

Lardini's Event Collection for Spring & Summer
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Lardini's Event Collection for Spring & Summer

Men The collection dedicated to ceremony is also better defined by the term EVENT, a more contemporary expression denoting different occasions for use; menswear proposals in this sense have been conceived and expanded for the first time in the spring summer 2020 Lardini season. An ample selection of suits and jackets which develop different types of collars and lapels: shawl collar, notched or peak lapels and piping variations too. Drops which pander to all public requests, drop 4, 6, 7 and 8 in the single-breasted and double-breasted models. Morning dresses and tailcoats are also ubiquitous.   Available in a vast range of fabrics, along with numerous exclusive wool/mohair/silk or wool/linen proposals. Four-season fabrics make garments suitable for wear on all occasions. In addition to classic plain colours like ivory, navy, grey and black, men who prefer a more original style will also find proposals characterised by tone-on-tone houndstooth or Glen Check patterns. For a total look which fully reflects the Lardini man, the collection also features different types of shirts, a vast selection of bow ties and ties, cummerbunds and refined flower-shaped cuff links for more special occasions. The right event suit for every age and every type of man. This is why Lardini has developed a more extensive proposal, responding to individual requirements in the best possible way. The collection dedicated to ceremony is also better defined by the term EVENT, a more contemporary expression denoting different occasions for use; menswear proposals in this sense have been conceived and expanded for the first time in the spring summer 2020 Lardini season. An ample selection of suits and jackets which develop different types of collars and lapels: shawl collar, notched or peak lapels and piping variations too. Drops which pander to all public requests, drop 4, 6, 7 and 8 in the single-breasted and double-breasted models. Morning dresses and tailcoats are also ubiquitous.   Available in a vast range of fabrics, along with numerous exclusive wool/mohair/silk or wool/linen proposals. Four-season fabrics make garments suitable for wear on all occasions. In addition to classic plain colours like ivory, navy, grey and black, men who prefer a more original style will also find proposals characterised by tone-on-tone houndstooth or Glen Check patterns. For a total look which fully reflects the Lardini man, the collection also features different types of shirts, a vast selection of bow ties and ties, cummerbunds and refined flower-shaped cuff links for more special occasions. The right event suit for every age and every type of man. This is why Lardini has developed a more extensive proposal, responding to individual requirements in the best possible way.

Tommy Hilfiger #StayHome
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Tommy Hilfiger #StayHome

Fashion Now that everyone is working from home, it seems like the leggings and sweatpants have become the new work uniform, especially with all these new at home work-out and yoga initiatives.   Get yours at Tommy.com Now that everyone is working from home, it seems like the leggings and sweatpants have become the new work uniform, especially with all these new at home work-out and yoga initiatives.   Get yours at Tommy.com

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Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen launching a new collection
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Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen launching a new collection

Jewelry Behind every successful woman is a supportive man – or maybe more. Proudly unveiling a new collection of men’s and unisex jewellery, Charlotte Lynggaard pays tribute to the men closest to her. Each piece in the collection was originally a gift for a male member of the Lynggaard family.   Michel: The stunning braided cuff bracelet was originally a gift to Charlotte Lynggaard’s husband of 25 years, company CCO Michel Normann. The original wide silver bracelet has grown into a selection of open bracelets and open rings, masterfully crafted from Sterling silver and 18K white and yellow gold. Designed to t men and women alike, the braided trophy bracelet is available in two widths.   Julius: The designer created the stamped cuff bracelet as a Christmas present for her son, Julius. Each tiny stamp subtly greets one of the men in the Lynggaard family. The sh re ects Julius’ personality – attentiveness and love of the ocean. The scull is a favourite motif of Charlotte Lynggaard’s brother, brand CEO Søren Lynggaard. Another stamp illustrates founder Ole Lynggaard’s love of nature. The evil eye stamp is meant to protect and watch over the person wearing the bracelet. All Julius bracelets are available in silver and 18K white and yellow gold. The selection also includes a wide ring, elaborately stamped and crafted from 18K gold.   Life Bracelets: Developing her vastly successful collection of Life bracelets, Charlotte Lynggaard’s new and bigger addition to the Life family is indeed larger than life. The perfect addition to a watch or styled with an open bangle, the new Life bracelet is designed with a large hook lock crafted from 18K yellow or white gold. The hand-knotted string bracelet is slightly thicker than smaller Life bracelet.   Founder's Keepers: Founder Ole Lynggaard is a classic gentleman, who prefers classic gentleman’s jewellery. His sculptural cuf ink designs are beautiful gifts for quality-conscious men of all ages.   Men’s Collection is available with retailers and in agship store worldwide from May 2020. Behind every successful woman is a supportive man – or maybe more. Proudly unveiling a new collection of men’s and unisex jewellery, Charlotte Lynggaard pays tribute to the men closest to her. Each piece in the collection was originally a gift for a male member of the Lynggaard family.   Michel: The stunning braided cuff bracelet was originally a gift to Charlotte Lynggaard’s husband of 25 years, company CCO Michel Normann. The original wide silver bracelet has grown into a selection of open bracelets and open rings, masterfully crafted from Sterling silver and 18K white and yellow gold. Designed to t men and women alike, the braided trophy bracelet is available in two widths.   Julius: The designer created the stamped cuff bracelet as a Christmas present for her son, Julius. Each tiny stamp subtly greets one of the men in the Lynggaard family. The sh re ects Julius’ personality – attentiveness and love of the ocean. The scull is a favourite motif of Charlotte Lynggaard’s brother, brand CEO Søren Lynggaard. Another stamp illustrates founder Ole Lynggaard’s love of nature. The evil eye stamp is meant to protect and watch over the person wearing the bracelet. All Julius bracelets are available in silver and 18K white and yellow gold. The selection also includes a wide ring, elaborately stamped and crafted from 18K gold.   Life Bracelets: Developing her vastly successful collection of Life bracelets, Charlotte Lynggaard’s new and bigger addition to the Life family is indeed larger than life. The perfect addition to a watch or styled with an open bangle, the new Life bracelet is designed with a large hook lock crafted from 18K yellow or white gold. The hand-knotted string bracelet is slightly thicker than smaller Life bracelet.   Founder's Keepers: Founder Ole Lynggaard is a classic gentleman, who prefers classic gentleman’s jewellery. His sculptural cuf ink designs are beautiful gifts for quality-conscious men of all ages.   Men’s Collection is available with retailers and in agship store worldwide from May 2020.

It's Called Fashion Darling by Claudio & Tomas
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It's Called Fashion Darling by Claudio & Tomas

Fashion Exclusive editorial, captured by Claudio and Tomas. Team Credits: SHOT BY CLAUDIO AND TOMAS STYLING BY JERMAINE DALEY CASTING BY BRENT CHUA HAIR BY TAICHI SAITO MAKEUP BY REI TAJIMA MODEL: MANAMI KINOSHITA @ MUSE MODELS STYLING ASSISTANT: ORE ZACCHEUS PHOTO ASSISTANT: ANDRES JANA Exclusive editorial, captured by Claudio and Tomas. Team Credits: SHOT BY CLAUDIO AND TOMAS STYLING BY JERMAINE DALEY CASTING BY BRENT CHUA HAIR BY TAICHI SAITO MAKEUP BY REI TAJIMA MODEL: MANAMI KINOSHITA @ MUSE MODELS STYLING ASSISTANT: ORE ZACCHEUS PHOTO ASSISTANT: ANDRES JANA

In conversation with Tiffany Hsu
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In conversation with Tiffany Hsu

Style We had a delight to speak with Tiffany about the coming Spring & Summer trends and her highlights.   What are your top 5 new trends for Spring & Summer 2020?   90´s Clean Lines: A ‘90s mood for clean, monochromatic elegance was a favourite in Milan, particularly from the likes of Jil Sander and Bottega Veneta. Minimalism and streamlined tailoring is still a mainstay trend continuing from last season— this time, in an even more pared-back way. We loved the elegant box blazers from newcomer Low Classic, as well as The Row’s impeccable construction. The simple leather accessories we saw at Loewe—modern staples with simple lines—made the biggest statement.   Neon: A rainbow of neons was seen on the runway, with over-the-top fuchsia, fluorescent orange, bright yellow and lime green making a statement within the collections. Dries Van Noten—with a surprise appearance from fashion legend Christian Lacroix —was the occasion to see a sophisticated spin on neon colours that was more inclined towards eveningwear and dresses. Standout styles for us included Valentino’s pairing of tone-on-tone bags with belts, diamonds-meet-neon jewellery from Melissa Kaye and EÉRA, and Kwaidan Editions’ highlighter-green power suit.   Jungle: Strutting down the runway in the same plunging silk-chiffon jungle dress she infamously wore to the Grammy Awards in 2000, Jennifer Lopez’s appearance at Versace was on everyone’s feeds and lips this September. The dress inspired the creation of Google Images, as well as one of the strongest prints for next season. From Fendi’s and Dolce & Gabbana’s luxuriant green leaves to Marni’s abstract blooms, tropical prints have been flowering during Spring/Summer ’20, with palm trees and vivid colors invading dresses, jackets and footwear.   Leather: Following the wave of leather-on-leather men’s tailoring, new leather looks appeared in the womenswear collections. Even if all-black leather is still a favourite, new and different shapes have emerged, such as power shoulders at Maison Margiela and elegantly oversized dresses at Givenchy. Designers also incorporated new colors, such as Gucci’s slit pencil skirt in butter yellow and Bottega Veneta’s anorak dress in tan.          Bermuda Shorts: Bermuda shorts have been introduced as the new suiting silhouette of the season, as seen from Chloé, Max Mara and Valentino. Our clients not only purchase suits as all-in-one looks, but also as separates—making this trend a key transeasonal look that offers even more options to layer and mix. Another highlight for next season is the sophisticated leather short. Exhibit A: a nappa leather, thigh-length version, brought to you by Daniel Lee’s Bottega Veneta.     How do fashion weeks in different cities and countries differentiate for you?    Generally all cities have a unique aesthetic and approach to their respectable fashion weeks. London for example is quite compact and curated – only talents that have been selected by the British Fashion Council are able to present their latest collection. Therefore you are able to see the best that the city has to offer within a short period of time. Paris on the other hand is well known for its big productions of the major fashion houses: complex backdrops and breath-taking locations are a must. For me personally Paris is always quite busy and hectic since I am not just attending shows but am also  simultaneously buying for Mytheresa. Milan, comparable to Paris, is a fashion mecca and the home of luxury heritage brands. Their creations are about incredible craftsmanship, highest qualities and tailoring. Finally New York is very laid back and the fashion crowd seems to be more experimental – something that I find inspiring.      Name some of your new fashion week highlights.   Peter Do: I am super obsessed with this up and coming US based brand. Peter’s designs are minimal and androgynous, like a 90ies revival of Helmut Lang mixed with #oldceline. What’s not to like about this super cool brand.   Low Classic: A Korean based contemporary brand which offers all the fashion staples you need in your wardrobe without burning a hole in your pocket. High waisted blazers combined with easy culottes – you name it, they have it.   Nodaleto: Julia Toledano is the “new kid on the block” in the shoe world. She offers cool chunky heels with a bit grungy touch, but not too alternative. Her styles are perfect for the fashion savvy cool girls who want something different.     What were a few of your favourite shows for SS2020?   Bottega Veneta Valentino Loewe Jacquemus Gabriela Hearst   All the amazing pieces from the looks Tiffany is wearing on the images you can now purchase at MyTheresa.com     We had a delight to speak with Tiffany about the coming Spring & Summer trends and her highlights.   What are your top 5 new trends for Spring & Summer 2020?   90´s Clean Lines: A ‘90s mood for clean, monochromatic elegance was a favourite in Milan, particularly from the likes of Jil Sander and Bottega Veneta. Minimalism and streamlined tailoring is still a mainstay trend continuing from last season— this time, in an even more pared-back way. We loved the elegant box blazers from newcomer Low Classic, as well as The Row’s impeccable construction. The simple leather accessories we saw at Loewe—modern staples with simple lines—made the biggest statement.   Neon: A rainbow of neons was seen on the runway, with over-the-top fuchsia, fluorescent orange, bright yellow and lime green making a statement within the collections. Dries Van Noten—with a surprise appearance from fashion legend Christian Lacroix —was the occasion to see a sophisticated spin on neon colours that was more inclined towards eveningwear and dresses. Standout styles for us included Valentino’s pairing of tone-on-tone bags with belts, diamonds-meet-neon jewellery from Melissa Kaye and EÉRA, and Kwaidan Editions’ highlighter-green power suit.   Jungle: Strutting down the runway in the same plunging silk-chiffon jungle dress she infamously wore to the Grammy Awards in 2000, Jennifer Lopez’s appearance at Versace was on everyone’s feeds and lips this September. The dress inspired the creation of Google Images, as well as one of the strongest prints for next season. From Fendi’s and Dolce & Gabbana’s luxuriant green leaves to Marni’s abstract blooms, tropical prints have been flowering during Spring/Summer ’20, with palm trees and vivid colors invading dresses, jackets and footwear.   Leather: Following the wave of leather-on-leather men’s tailoring, new leather looks appeared in the womenswear collections. Even if all-black leather is still a favourite, new and different shapes have emerged, such as power shoulders at Maison Margiela and elegantly oversized dresses at Givenchy. Designers also incorporated new colors, such as Gucci’s slit pencil skirt in butter yellow and Bottega Veneta’s anorak dress in tan.          Bermuda Shorts: Bermuda shorts have been introduced as the new suiting silhouette of the season, as seen from Chloé, Max Mara and Valentino. Our clients not only purchase suits as all-in-one looks, but also as separates—making this trend a key transeasonal look that offers even more options to layer and mix. Another highlight for next season is the sophisticated leather short. Exhibit A: a nappa leather, thigh-length version, brought to you by Daniel Lee’s Bottega Veneta.     How do fashion weeks in different cities and countries differentiate for you?    Generally all cities have a unique aesthetic and approach to their respectable fashion weeks. London for example is quite compact and curated – only talents that have been selected by the British Fashion Council are able to present their latest collection. Therefore you are able to see the best that the city has to offer within a short period of time. Paris on the other hand is well known for its big productions of the major fashion houses: complex backdrops and breath-taking locations are a must. For me personally Paris is always quite busy and hectic since I am not just attending shows but am also  simultaneously buying for Mytheresa. Milan, comparable to Paris, is a fashion mecca and the home of luxury heritage brands. Their creations are about incredible craftsmanship, highest qualities and tailoring. Finally New York is very laid back and the fashion crowd seems to be more experimental – something that I find inspiring.      Name some of your new fashion week highlights.   Peter Do: I am super obsessed with this up and coming US based brand. Peter’s designs are minimal and androgynous, like a 90ies revival of Helmut Lang mixed with #oldceline. What’s not to like about this super cool brand.   Low Classic: A Korean based contemporary brand which offers all the fashion staples you need in your wardrobe without burning a hole in your pocket. High waisted blazers combined with easy culottes – you name it, they have it.   Nodaleto: Julia Toledano is the “new kid on the block” in the shoe world. She offers cool chunky heels with a bit grungy touch, but not too alternative. Her styles are perfect for the fashion savvy cool girls who want something different.     What were a few of your favourite shows for SS2020?   Bottega Veneta Valentino Loewe Jacquemus Gabriela Hearst   All the amazing pieces from the looks Tiffany is wearing on the images you can now purchase at MyTheresa.com    

Sculptural Bodies by Claudio & Tomas.
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Sculptural Bodies by Claudio & Tomas.

Fashion Exclusive editorial by Claudio and Tomas.   TEAM CREDITS: SHOT BY CLAUDIO AND TOMAS STYLING BY JERMAINE DALEY CASTING BY BRENT CHUA HAIR BY TAICHI SAITO MAKEUP BY AYANA AWATA MODEL: ALEXI CHAPARRO @ NEXT STYLING ASSISTANT: ORE ZACCHEUS PHOTO ASSISTANT: ANDRES JANA Exclusive editorial by Claudio and Tomas.   TEAM CREDITS: SHOT BY CLAUDIO AND TOMAS STYLING BY JERMAINE DALEY CASTING BY BRENT CHUA HAIR BY TAICHI SAITO MAKEUP BY AYANA AWATA MODEL: ALEXI CHAPARRO @ NEXT STYLING ASSISTANT: ORE ZACCHEUS PHOTO ASSISTANT: ANDRES JANA

SNEAKERSNSTUFF x Vault by Vans “VENICE BEACH PACK”
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SNEAKERSNSTUFF x Vault by Vans “VENICE BEACH PACK”

Fashion To celebrate the one-year anniversary of Sneakersnstuff Los Angeles in Venice Beach, we have collaborated with Vault by Vans on two Southern Californian staples, the OG Classic Slip-On LX and the OG Era LX, as an homage to Venice Beach and the culture and history that encompasses it.   This history of Venice Beach is a notorious one, a place where creatives and artists flourished in the 1960s and ’70s, immortalized in the history books of skateboarding forever throughout the ‘80s and coincided with a punk explosion that enveloped the beach and boardwalk into the ’90s. The design of the SNS x Vault by Vans “Venice Beach Pack” is a nod to that time - the late 80’s and 90’s and what skaters, surfers, and punks were wearing.   Both the OG Classic Slip-On LX and the OG Era LX feature a canvas upper with the iconic checkerboard print in bright neon colorways and unique SNSgraphics along the sidewall as Vans has done so iconically over the years. In addition to the OG Vault by Vans Off the Wall logo hit on the heel, design details revere to orginal Vans models such as a slim fitted shape utilizing the original period correct upper patterns. Further, we see the iconic outsole undercut with hand-tooled details and tightly wrapped rubberized textile foxing only seen on vintage Vans, long-lasting thick outsole, original Vans sticky rubber, and sidewall sealing wipe. The OG build is as always, original design, original quality, and crafted the original way. To celebrate the one-year anniversary of Sneakersnstuff Los Angeles in Venice Beach, we have collaborated with Vault by Vans on two Southern Californian staples, the OG Classic Slip-On LX and the OG Era LX, as an homage to Venice Beach and the culture and history that encompasses it.   This history of Venice Beach is a notorious one, a place where creatives and artists flourished in the 1960s and ’70s, immortalized in the history books of skateboarding forever throughout the ‘80s and coincided with a punk explosion that enveloped the beach and boardwalk into the ’90s. The design of the SNS x Vault by Vans “Venice Beach Pack” is a nod to that time - the late 80’s and 90’s and what skaters, surfers, and punks were wearing.   Both the OG Classic Slip-On LX and the OG Era LX feature a canvas upper with the iconic checkerboard print in bright neon colorways and unique SNSgraphics along the sidewall as Vans has done so iconically over the years. In addition to the OG Vault by Vans Off the Wall logo hit on the heel, design details revere to orginal Vans models such as a slim fitted shape utilizing the original period correct upper patterns. Further, we see the iconic outsole undercut with hand-tooled details and tightly wrapped rubberized textile foxing only seen on vintage Vans, long-lasting thick outsole, original Vans sticky rubber, and sidewall sealing wipe. The OG build is as always, original design, original quality, and crafted the original way.

Cosy At Home with American Vintage
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Cosy At Home with American Vintage

Fashion For spring/summer 2020, American Vintage dreams up a retro sportswear wardrobe for a casual silhouette. Skin bares itself. Cuts are made for movement. Style stops taking itself too seriously. In short, the perfect attitude for summer.   Sporty details, cool spirit It’s all in the details. Subtlety over obviousness. The feel of waffled cotton. The suppleness of thick fleece, which falls perfectly, as if weighted. The cocooning hood of a hoodie. Elasticated ribbing that cinches oversized cuts at the wrists and waist and encircles the necks. A sporty 80s spirit adapts to daily life in the city with shorts worn high on the thighs, the reassuring texture of terry cloth or the worn, vintage effect of cotton canvas. A loose two-tone T-shirt contrasts tones of blue, grey or pink with the sunny streets of a Southern city, filled with lazy summer charm. Applied on second-skin pieces, a flocked trim with the “AMV Camp” logotype slides over the fabrics for shirts that show off retro insignia, like American school or summer camp uniforms.   Developed with natural materials, such as smooth, ribbed or waffled cotton, this wardrobe lets the body move and the skin breathe freely. While more technical fabrics, such as polar fleece, a flowing windbreaker or taffeta, reinvent the utilitarian look, ready to stand up to the chillier moments of summer. Inspired by sport but cut for the city, these pieces become the urban outfits of new-generation fashion.   for the collection visit AmericanVintage-Store.com For spring/summer 2020, American Vintage dreams up a retro sportswear wardrobe for a casual silhouette. Skin bares itself. Cuts are made for movement. Style stops taking itself too seriously. In short, the perfect attitude for summer.   Sporty details, cool spirit It’s all in the details. Subtlety over obviousness. The feel of waffled cotton. The suppleness of thick fleece, which falls perfectly, as if weighted. The cocooning hood of a hoodie. Elasticated ribbing that cinches oversized cuts at the wrists and waist and encircles the necks. A sporty 80s spirit adapts to daily life in the city with shorts worn high on the thighs, the reassuring texture of terry cloth or the worn, vintage effect of cotton canvas. A loose two-tone T-shirt contrasts tones of blue, grey or pink with the sunny streets of a Southern city, filled with lazy summer charm. Applied on second-skin pieces, a flocked trim with the “AMV Camp” logotype slides over the fabrics for shirts that show off retro insignia, like American school or summer camp uniforms.   Developed with natural materials, such as smooth, ribbed or waffled cotton, this wardrobe lets the body move and the skin breathe freely. While more technical fabrics, such as polar fleece, a flowing windbreaker or taffeta, reinvent the utilitarian look, ready to stand up to the chillier moments of summer. Inspired by sport but cut for the city, these pieces become the urban outfits of new-generation fashion.   for the collection visit AmericanVintage-Store.com

Louis Vuitton releases the new Capucines bags
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Louis Vuitton releases the new Capucines bags

Accessories A supple feel, geometric architecture and distinctive signature: the Capucines bag created in 2013 and named after Louis Vuitton’s very rst store which opened in 1854 on rue Neuve-des-Capucines – has quickly established itself as one of the House’s most iconic designs. The epitome of the trunk-maker’s know-how, it embodies Louis Vuitton’s values and DNA, reinventing itself each season in an ongoing dialogue with the times.   For Spring-Summer 2020, monochrome colours – including snow, eau de rose, dragon fruit and banane – lend a vibrant, fresh and pop touch to the Capucines bag, which comes in PM (small), BB and the new permanent Mini size. Other innovations, such as a plexiglass handle, ayers skin nish or enlarged shoulder straps for crossbody wear, will allow it to embrace an endless variety of styles at di erent times of day. A wicker reinterpretation of the iconic bag, the summer- perfect Musette, will be presented this season in a caramel leather shade.   more information on LouisVuitton.com A supple feel, geometric architecture and distinctive signature: the Capucines bag created in 2013 and named after Louis Vuitton’s very rst store which opened in 1854 on rue Neuve-des-Capucines – has quickly established itself as one of the House’s most iconic designs. The epitome of the trunk-maker’s know-how, it embodies Louis Vuitton’s values and DNA, reinventing itself each season in an ongoing dialogue with the times.   For Spring-Summer 2020, monochrome colours – including snow, eau de rose, dragon fruit and banane – lend a vibrant, fresh and pop touch to the Capucines bag, which comes in PM (small), BB and the new permanent Mini size. Other innovations, such as a plexiglass handle, ayers skin nish or enlarged shoulder straps for crossbody wear, will allow it to embrace an endless variety of styles at di erent times of day. A wicker reinterpretation of the iconic bag, the summer- perfect Musette, will be presented this season in a caramel leather shade.   more information on LouisVuitton.com

Dior 30 Montaigne Sunglasses
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Dior 30 Montaigne Sunglasses

Accessories With their resolutely Dior style inspired by the “CD” signature adorning the House’s 30 Montaigne bag, these new sunglasses bearing the same iconic name were unveiled at the spring-summer 2020 ready-to-wear show designed by Maria Grazia Chiuri. Characterized by its oversized square shape, the frame is also punctuated with the House’s initials. A fashion statement in their own right, with a couture look, available in black, tortoiseshell, ivory and black or white ultra-matte versions.   The sunglasses are available on Dior.com With their resolutely Dior style inspired by the “CD” signature adorning the House’s 30 Montaigne bag, these new sunglasses bearing the same iconic name were unveiled at the spring-summer 2020 ready-to-wear show designed by Maria Grazia Chiuri. Characterized by its oversized square shape, the frame is also punctuated with the House’s initials. A fashion statement in their own right, with a couture look, available in black, tortoiseshell, ivory and black or white ultra-matte versions.   The sunglasses are available on Dior.com

Maison Margiela launches exclusive vintage graffiti sneaker
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Maison Margiela launches exclusive vintage graffiti sneaker

Accessories Maison Margiela has designed a retrospective take on the house´s Replica silhouette, first shown in its Spring/Summer '99 presentation. Introducing the Vintage Graffiti sneakers for both men and women with painted soles and handwritten inscriptions, the house has created a pair, which is truly one of a kind. The sneakers retail at 550€ and are available in sizes EU35-47.   Available on Mytheresa.com Maison Margiela has designed a retrospective take on the house´s Replica silhouette, first shown in its Spring/Summer '99 presentation. Introducing the Vintage Graffiti sneakers for both men and women with painted soles and handwritten inscriptions, the house has created a pair, which is truly one of a kind. The sneakers retail at 550€ and are available in sizes EU35-47.   Available on Mytheresa.com

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