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SALLE PRIVÉE launches CONCORDE
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SALLE PRIVÉE launches CONCORDE

Beauty 50 years after Concorde’s first test flight in 1969 SALLE PRIVÉE proudly launches its 6th eau de parfum for men and women: CONCORDE.   An ode to the world’s first and until today only supersonic passenger jet. A technological excellence that was far ahead of its time. Traveling across the Atlantic above sound speed between New York, London and Paris, whilst enjoying the generous allotments of Champagne and caviar and sitting next to movie stars, royals and heads of state, Concorde would become the ultimate symbol of the jet set lifestyle.    SALLE PRIVÉE’s latest novelty is an homage to this vanished elegance of traveling. A powerful intense eau de parfum, that will turn heads and leaves a signature trail.   After the vivid and boozy opening the luxurious elegant heart unfolds, expressing noble precious ingredients and luscious materials as velvet and gold. This extrovert creation is exceptionally decadent with a subtle raw and dirty touch. Truly seductive and addictive, truly aeroerotic.   Top notes: armagnac, juniper, black & pink pepper - Heart notes: guaiac wood, vetiver, patchouli, cashmeran, saffron, tobacco - Base notes: golden amber, leather, benzoin Siam, oudh, cedar, sandalwood   SALLE PRIVÉE’s Eau de Parfums are available through salle-privee.com and at selected boutiques in over 15 countries. In the Netherlands the perfume collection is exclusively available at the Perfume Lounge and Skins Cosmetics.   Price SALLE PRIVÉE Eau de Parfum: € 190,- (100ml)   About SALLE PRIVÉE: SALLE PRIVÉE is a Dutch modernist, luxury label that exists to offer a permanent collection of timeless pieces and fragrances governed by simplicity, elegance and craftsmanship. Designed for men, but also to be adored and worn by women.    In line with the brand’s aesthetic ideals - inspired by the elements of Architecture, Art, Design and Motoring - and a conviction that true style extends to every facet of living, SALLE PRIVÉE also curates a collection of high-end lifestyle accessories as shoes and sunglasses.   www.salle-privee.com 50 years after Concorde’s first test flight in 1969 SALLE PRIVÉE proudly launches its 6th eau de parfum for men and women: CONCORDE.   An ode to the world’s first and until today only supersonic passenger jet. A technological excellence that was far ahead of its time. Traveling across the Atlantic above sound speed between New York, London and Paris, whilst enjoying the generous allotments of Champagne and caviar and sitting next to movie stars, royals and heads of state, Concorde would become the ultimate symbol of the jet set lifestyle.    SALLE PRIVÉE’s latest novelty is an homage to this vanished elegance of traveling. A powerful intense eau de parfum, that will turn heads and leaves a signature trail.   After the vivid and boozy opening the luxurious elegant heart unfolds, expressing noble precious ingredients and luscious materials as velvet and gold. This extrovert creation is exceptionally decadent with a subtle raw and dirty touch. Truly seductive and addictive, truly aeroerotic.   Top notes: armagnac, juniper, black & pink pepper - Heart notes: guaiac wood, vetiver, patchouli, cashmeran, saffron, tobacco - Base notes: golden amber, leather, benzoin Siam, oudh, cedar, sandalwood   SALLE PRIVÉE’s Eau de Parfums are available through salle-privee.com and at selected boutiques in over 15 countries. In the Netherlands the perfume collection is exclusively available at the Perfume Lounge and Skins Cosmetics.   Price SALLE PRIVÉE Eau de Parfum: € 190,- (100ml)   About SALLE PRIVÉE: SALLE PRIVÉE is a Dutch modernist, luxury label that exists to offer a permanent collection of timeless pieces and fragrances governed by simplicity, elegance and craftsmanship. Designed for men, but also to be adored and worn by women.    In line with the brand’s aesthetic ideals - inspired by the elements of Architecture, Art, Design and Motoring - and a conviction that true style extends to every facet of living, SALLE PRIVÉE also curates a collection of high-end lifestyle accessories as shoes and sunglasses.   www.salle-privee.com

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

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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.

Mysteryland reveals  their line-up
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Mysteryland reveals their line-up

Music Mysteryland is a colourful collaboration of party animals, artists, DJs and creatives. Together we are Mysteryland; the leading electronic music festival in The Netherlands. Year after year, they reunite to celebrate our friendship and love for music. In between sparkling ponds, rivers, and forestry hills of the Floriade terrain near Amsterdam, we welcome more than 100.000 fellow festival friends from over 100 nationalities. Musical diversity is deeply rooted in their DNA. More than 300 artists perform for 22 Stage hosts, covering all genres within the spectrum of electronic music: from House, Big Room, Bass, Techno, Deep-House, Trance, Trap, and Minimal to Hardstyle, Hardcore, RnB, and Hip Hop. Our handcrafted stages range from outdoor dance floors to massive tents filled with LED screens, laser shows, and the world's most advanced sound systems. On Saturday and Sunday night, we close Mysteryland with a bang during the renowned end-shows on our 3 most significant areas: The Main Stage, Q-dance stage, and our Big Top tent. Expect lots of fireworks, confetti, and goosebumps! This Summer artists like Armin Van Buuren, Bizzey, DJ Snake, Purple Haze, Sam Feldt, Gareth Emery and many more will be headlining.  Next to the dance floors, the various paths through forests and grassy fields will guide you to hidden chill-out spaces, art installations, food courts, and unexpected encounters with like-minded travelers. Our Healing Garden on the Southern festival terrain offers treatments for all spiritual seekers among us, from chi gong to cacao ceremonies, to massages, yoga and meditation sessions. To sum it up: forget time and let yourself flow through the tantalizing and open-minded energy that is present all over Mysteryland. The most dedicated party animals stay with us from Friday until Monday: on the Mysteryland camping grounds! Here, we fully break free from everyday pressure and social expectations and live the days and nights just as they come. The campsite is fully equipped with ordinary facilities and everything you need to quench your hunger and thirst. There's a market street where you can pimp your festival outfit or style your hair, to get ready for the summer of a lifetime. On the camping plaza, morning yoga awaits the early birds, and late-night silent disco prolongs the nights for everyone that can't get enough. At Mysteryland, we have over 27 years of experience in organizing dance events. In fact, we are the longest-running electronic music festival in the world. We have learned how to optimize event facilities and logistics. This is why customer service, visitor health, and safety are crucial to us when it comes to festival production. All you have to do is enjoy the ride, we'll take care of the rest… Come and embark with us on the journey of a lifetime! The 2020 Mysteryland will take place between 28th and 30th of August. For tickets and more information pelase visit mysteryland.nl Mysteryland is a colourful collaboration of party animals, artists, DJs and creatives. Together we are Mysteryland; the leading electronic music festival in The Netherlands. Year after year, they reunite to celebrate our friendship and love for music. In between sparkling ponds, rivers, and forestry hills of the Floriade terrain near Amsterdam, we welcome more than 100.000 fellow festival friends from over 100 nationalities. Musical diversity is deeply rooted in their DNA. More than 300 artists perform for 22 Stage hosts, covering all genres within the spectrum of electronic music: from House, Big Room, Bass, Techno, Deep-House, Trance, Trap, and Minimal to Hardstyle, Hardcore, RnB, and Hip Hop. Our handcrafted stages range from outdoor dance floors to massive tents filled with LED screens, laser shows, and the world's most advanced sound systems. On Saturday and Sunday night, we close Mysteryland with a bang during the renowned end-shows on our 3 most significant areas: The Main Stage, Q-dance stage, and our Big Top tent. Expect lots of fireworks, confetti, and goosebumps! This Summer artists like Armin Van Buuren, Bizzey, DJ Snake, Purple Haze, Sam Feldt, Gareth Emery and many more will be headlining.  Next to the dance floors, the various paths through forests and grassy fields will guide you to hidden chill-out spaces, art installations, food courts, and unexpected encounters with like-minded travelers. Our Healing Garden on the Southern festival terrain offers treatments for all spiritual seekers among us, from chi gong to cacao ceremonies, to massages, yoga and meditation sessions. To sum it up: forget time and let yourself flow through the tantalizing and open-minded energy that is present all over Mysteryland. The most dedicated party animals stay with us from Friday until Monday: on the Mysteryland camping grounds! Here, we fully break free from everyday pressure and social expectations and live the days and nights just as they come. The campsite is fully equipped with ordinary facilities and everything you need to quench your hunger and thirst. There's a market street where you can pimp your festival outfit or style your hair, to get ready for the summer of a lifetime. On the camping plaza, morning yoga awaits the early birds, and late-night silent disco prolongs the nights for everyone that can't get enough. At Mysteryland, we have over 27 years of experience in organizing dance events. In fact, we are the longest-running electronic music festival in the world. We have learned how to optimize event facilities and logistics. This is why customer service, visitor health, and safety are crucial to us when it comes to festival production. All you have to do is enjoy the ride, we'll take care of the rest… Come and embark with us on the journey of a lifetime! The 2020 Mysteryland will take place between 28th and 30th of August. For tickets and more information pelase visit mysteryland.nl

Welcome to IRMA - "Reflecting Forward"
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Welcome to IRMA - "Reflecting Forward"

Art The collaboration between Moco and Studio Irma has resulted in a new immersive digital art exhibition that - although it will first be seen at the Moco Museum - clearly has the ambition to make many a heart beat faster on an international scale. The interactive Studio Irma - “Reflecting Forward” exhibition is now open in the museum at the Museumplein in Amsterdam.   About Studio Irma - “Reflecting Forward” Brightly coloured lights, dance and music drive you through these interactive works of art. These are the ingredients that bring dreams to life: infinitely variable spaces with ever-changing dimensions and ethereal works of art that communicate with each other. You feel a sense of bliss as you wander around the digital and constantly changing spaces: Diamond infinity room, Kaleidoscope, We all live in bubbles, Connecting dotsand Universe. There is no language barrier, allowing every visitor to optimally enjoy this reflecting world in their own way. Here, life is not imitated by art or vice versa; instead, the experience is a captivating celebration of the interplay between man and art, man and man, art and art.   Irma de Vries of Studio Irma: “With 'Reflecting Forward,’ we are introducing a new art movement based on Connectivism.The exhibition emphasises how internet technologies such as web browsers, search engines and social media contribute to a new way of life. In it, the primary goal of art is to connect people in a world without borders.”   Kim Logchies, founder and curator of Moco Museum: “Usually, we reflect by looking back on the past.With this digital art experience and the infinite connections it shows us, we reveal what the future might look like and what your role in it could be.”    The influence of colour: Our early ancestors used colour to recognise ripe food. Hunger pushes one to search for food, while happiness is the reward for finding it. Over the course of millions of generations, colour has become such a reliable predictor of food that the act of eating has gradually evolved to become associated with a feeling of happiness. During the age of colonisation, bright pigments were sometimes considered closely guarded state secrets.  A new colour was developed specifically for Studio Irma's exhibition. It is a shade of pink designed to induce energy and dopamine. The exhibition takes you to a completely new dimension and offers more rooms, so a variety of truly cool experiences. Experience it yourself from today on.   Studio Irma - “Reflecting Forward” is the first of many projects coming to Moco in 2020 to celebrate female artists this year.   IRMA - “Reflecting Forward”: from Monday 10 February 2020 only in Moco. The collaboration between Moco and Studio Irma has resulted in a new immersive digital art exhibition that - although it will first be seen at the Moco Museum - clearly has the ambition to make many a heart beat faster on an international scale. The interactive Studio Irma - “Reflecting Forward” exhibition is now open in the museum at the Museumplein in Amsterdam.   About Studio Irma - “Reflecting Forward” Brightly coloured lights, dance and music drive you through these interactive works of art. These are the ingredients that bring dreams to life: infinitely variable spaces with ever-changing dimensions and ethereal works of art that communicate with each other. You feel a sense of bliss as you wander around the digital and constantly changing spaces: Diamond infinity room, Kaleidoscope, We all live in bubbles, Connecting dotsand Universe. There is no language barrier, allowing every visitor to optimally enjoy this reflecting world in their own way. Here, life is not imitated by art or vice versa; instead, the experience is a captivating celebration of the interplay between man and art, man and man, art and art.   Irma de Vries of Studio Irma: “With 'Reflecting Forward,’ we are introducing a new art movement based on Connectivism.The exhibition emphasises how internet technologies such as web browsers, search engines and social media contribute to a new way of life. In it, the primary goal of art is to connect people in a world without borders.”   Kim Logchies, founder and curator of Moco Museum: “Usually, we reflect by looking back on the past.With this digital art experience and the infinite connections it shows us, we reveal what the future might look like and what your role in it could be.”    The influence of colour: Our early ancestors used colour to recognise ripe food. Hunger pushes one to search for food, while happiness is the reward for finding it. Over the course of millions of generations, colour has become such a reliable predictor of food that the act of eating has gradually evolved to become associated with a feeling of happiness. During the age of colonisation, bright pigments were sometimes considered closely guarded state secrets.  A new colour was developed specifically for Studio Irma's exhibition. It is a shade of pink designed to induce energy and dopamine. The exhibition takes you to a completely new dimension and offers more rooms, so a variety of truly cool experiences. Experience it yourself from today on.   Studio Irma - “Reflecting Forward” is the first of many projects coming to Moco in 2020 to celebrate female artists this year.   IRMA - “Reflecting Forward”: from Monday 10 February 2020 only in Moco.

Diesel introduces its Spring & Summer campaign
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Diesel introduces its Spring & Summer campaign

Fashion DIESEL introduces its Spring/Summer 2020 For Successful Living campaign.  But first, a little history. The famous DIESEL tagline was created in the early 90’s, when founder Renzo Rosso wanted a phrase that would remain both timeless, and true to the growing denim label’s irreverent, bold and unexpected foundation. The phrase, in just a trio of words, captured Rosso’s vision by wrapping in and connoting: irony, provocation, eccentricity and kitsch. It also solidified a mantra he had: never talk down to your customers. Treat them as equals. Involve them in your world (that was interaction 30 years before it was called so). If you wore DIESEL, you were living successfully. Simple as that. While the claim has been part of DIESEL’s communications ever since, today DIESEL returns to its nucleus by debuting a new For Successful Living story, celebrating its core product, denim; acquainting a new generation with DIESEL’s original messaging as a challenger of conventions and common places; and reminding the world that living successfully means staying true to oneself (making YOUR way the successful way) – while not taking oneself too seriously.   The centerpiece of the Spring/Summer 2020 campaign is a film by François Rousselet. It features a superhero movie actor on set, having a tough day and not quite nailing his scenes. Over with it (or rather, after having exhausted his movie director), he heads back to his trailer, changes into his DIESEL denim gear, steps out looking way more relaxed, and does the thing he couldn’t do on set but is simply a consequence of who he really is. Watch the video in the link below to see for yourself.   Accompanying photography was lensed by Kourtney Roy, and features models floating, flexing and flying.    Because, what does it all boil down to, ultimately? That For Successful Livingis fundamentally about confidence, and the power that comes from finding in oneself both strength—and irony. for more information visit shop.diesel.com DIESEL introduces its Spring/Summer 2020 For Successful Living campaign.  But first, a little history. The famous DIESEL tagline was created in the early 90’s, when founder Renzo Rosso wanted a phrase that would remain both timeless, and true to the growing denim label’s irreverent, bold and unexpected foundation. The phrase, in just a trio of words, captured Rosso’s vision by wrapping in and connoting: irony, provocation, eccentricity and kitsch. It also solidified a mantra he had: never talk down to your customers. Treat them as equals. Involve them in your world (that was interaction 30 years before it was called so). If you wore DIESEL, you were living successfully. Simple as that. While the claim has been part of DIESEL’s communications ever since, today DIESEL returns to its nucleus by debuting a new For Successful Living story, celebrating its core product, denim; acquainting a new generation with DIESEL’s original messaging as a challenger of conventions and common places; and reminding the world that living successfully means staying true to oneself (making YOUR way the successful way) – while not taking oneself too seriously.   The centerpiece of the Spring/Summer 2020 campaign is a film by François Rousselet. It features a superhero movie actor on set, having a tough day and not quite nailing his scenes. Over with it (or rather, after having exhausted his movie director), he heads back to his trailer, changes into his DIESEL denim gear, steps out looking way more relaxed, and does the thing he couldn’t do on set but is simply a consequence of who he really is. Watch the video in the link below to see for yourself.   Accompanying photography was lensed by Kourtney Roy, and features models floating, flexing and flying.    Because, what does it all boil down to, ultimately? That For Successful Livingis fundamentally about confidence, and the power that comes from finding in oneself both strength—and irony. for more information visit shop.diesel.com

Gucci Osteria da Massimo Bottura in Beverly Hills
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Gucci Osteria da Massimo Bottura in Beverly Hills

Food Gucci Osteria da Massimo Bottura Beverly Hills, an intimate restaurant by world-renowned three-Michelin-star Chef Massimo Bottura, opens onthe roof of Gucci’s Los Angeles store. A first for both Bottura and Gucci in the United States, the space boasts outdoor seating and sprawling views of Beverly Hills and is an exciting addition to the dynamic and culturally diverse Los Angeles food landscape. Gucci Osteria da Massimo Bottura Beverly Hills is a continuation of Massimo’s collaboration with Gucci, which began in 2018 with Gucci Osteria at the Gucci Garden in Florence, which has recently been awarded one Michelin star. The partnership originates from a childhood friendship between Gucci CEO Marco Bizzarri and Chef Massimo Bottura and celebrates their shared love of two core Italian cultural themes: food and fashion. Growing up together in Modena, Italy, they have challenged each other to innovate in their respective fields and thus, created a destination steeped in passion and heritage, viewed through an original and creative lens. Chef Massimo Bottura and Karime López, the first female Mexican chef to receive a Michelin star and the chef de cuisine at Gucci Osteria da Massimo Bottura in Florence, worked alongside Mattia Agazzi for Gucci Osteria Beverly Hills. Mattia has recently relocated to Los Angeles after working as Karime’s Sous Chef in Italy, bringing Massimo, Karime and Mattia’s shared creative vision to the Californian coast. The menu is deeply Italian, inspired by their international careers and culinary travel as well as their passion for art and music. The menu will include signaturedishes such as Chef Massimo’s famed Tortellini with Parmigiano Reggiano cream and thelegendary Emilia burger, as well as new California-inspired dishes. Using organic produce sourced from local farmer’s markets, the plates at Gucci Osteria daMassimo Bottura Beverly Hills will honor the complex variety of culinary influences from around the world that can only be found in Los Angeles. The new Gucci outpost in California allows Chef Massimo Bottura to develop and transform classic Italian recipes into cross-cultural compositions by mixing references, techniques and flavors within each dish. Gucci Osteria Beverly Hills will not only be a fixture on Rodeo Drive, but an important part of the evolving experimental food scene that further establishes Los Angeles as a place of culinary innovation. The restaurant’s design includes details of Gucci Osteria in Florence through the use of GucciDécor wallpaper, antique mirrors, red marble dining tables and wicker dining chairs. Unique elements that distinguish the Los Angles location include herringbone wood flooring and cherry red velvet banquettes, while the outdoor terrace has Italian marble mosaic floors and features an antique wooden pulpit serving as the Osteria’s outdoor bar. Set in an intimate and cozyenvironment, the Osteria Beverly Hills will seat nearly 50 guests for lunch and dinner seven days a week. Gucci’s connection with Los Angeles began before the opening of the Rodeo Drive flagshipgiven the brand’s deep-rooted history with the Jet Set celebrity culture of the 1970s. Since then,the House’s relationship to the iconic city has only strengthened. Since his appointment as Creative Director in 2015, Alessandro Michele continues to display a fascination with Hollywood. His inspiration can be traced season over season as seen through a Chateau Marmont capsule collection, a Paramount Studios capsule collection, the re-launch of the Gucci Guilty fragrance at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery, the SS19 advertising campaign celebrating the golden age of Hollywood, and more. Additionally, Gucci has continuously supported the local art and film community with the annual LACMA Art+Film Gala, co-chaired by Alessandro Michele. This new venture for Gucci will intertwine the worlds of culture, foodand fashion together to create an unforgettable LA experience. Gucci Osteria da Massimo Bottura Beverly Hills will officially open February 17th, 2020. Gucci Osteria da Massimo Bottura Beverly Hills, an intimate restaurant by world-renowned three-Michelin-star Chef Massimo Bottura, opens onthe roof of Gucci’s Los Angeles store. A first for both Bottura and Gucci in the United States, the space boasts outdoor seating and sprawling views of Beverly Hills and is an exciting addition to the dynamic and culturally diverse Los Angeles food landscape. Gucci Osteria da Massimo Bottura Beverly Hills is a continuation of Massimo’s collaboration with Gucci, which began in 2018 with Gucci Osteria at the Gucci Garden in Florence, which has recently been awarded one Michelin star. The partnership originates from a childhood friendship between Gucci CEO Marco Bizzarri and Chef Massimo Bottura and celebrates their shared love of two core Italian cultural themes: food and fashion. Growing up together in Modena, Italy, they have challenged each other to innovate in their respective fields and thus, created a destination steeped in passion and heritage, viewed through an original and creative lens. Chef Massimo Bottura and Karime López, the first female Mexican chef to receive a Michelin star and the chef de cuisine at Gucci Osteria da Massimo Bottura in Florence, worked alongside Mattia Agazzi for Gucci Osteria Beverly Hills. Mattia has recently relocated to Los Angeles after working as Karime’s Sous Chef in Italy, bringing Massimo, Karime and Mattia’s shared creative vision to the Californian coast. The menu is deeply Italian, inspired by their international careers and culinary travel as well as their passion for art and music. The menu will include signaturedishes such as Chef Massimo’s famed Tortellini with Parmigiano Reggiano cream and thelegendary Emilia burger, as well as new California-inspired dishes. Using organic produce sourced from local farmer’s markets, the plates at Gucci Osteria daMassimo Bottura Beverly Hills will honor the complex variety of culinary influences from around the world that can only be found in Los Angeles. The new Gucci outpost in California allows Chef Massimo Bottura to develop and transform classic Italian recipes into cross-cultural compositions by mixing references, techniques and flavors within each dish. Gucci Osteria Beverly Hills will not only be a fixture on Rodeo Drive, but an important part of the evolving experimental food scene that further establishes Los Angeles as a place of culinary innovation. The restaurant’s design includes details of Gucci Osteria in Florence through the use of GucciDécor wallpaper, antique mirrors, red marble dining tables and wicker dining chairs. Unique elements that distinguish the Los Angles location include herringbone wood flooring and cherry red velvet banquettes, while the outdoor terrace has Italian marble mosaic floors and features an antique wooden pulpit serving as the Osteria’s outdoor bar. Set in an intimate and cozyenvironment, the Osteria Beverly Hills will seat nearly 50 guests for lunch and dinner seven days a week. Gucci’s connection with Los Angeles began before the opening of the Rodeo Drive flagshipgiven the brand’s deep-rooted history with the Jet Set celebrity culture of the 1970s. Since then,the House’s relationship to the iconic city has only strengthened. Since his appointment as Creative Director in 2015, Alessandro Michele continues to display a fascination with Hollywood. His inspiration can be traced season over season as seen through a Chateau Marmont capsule collection, a Paramount Studios capsule collection, the re-launch of the Gucci Guilty fragrance at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery, the SS19 advertising campaign celebrating the golden age of Hollywood, and more. Additionally, Gucci has continuously supported the local art and film community with the annual LACMA Art+Film Gala, co-chaired by Alessandro Michele. This new venture for Gucci will intertwine the worlds of culture, foodand fashion together to create an unforgettable LA experience. Gucci Osteria da Massimo Bottura Beverly Hills will officially open February 17th, 2020.

The Momentum in Voorlinden
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The Momentum in Voorlinden

Art The Momentum. The tipping point that unleashes a tectonic shift. An artist is perpetually in search of that instant. The second in which that one defining insight emerges, paving the way for new ideas. It’s an instant with which we are all familiar: the deciding moment when everything gains momentum. The point at which mass and speed combine to yield an extraordinary impetus.   Their world is poised on the brink of a tipping point as well. They must make choices regarding climate and migration, issues that are impacting our lives more and more intensely.   Momentum brings together forty works that embody this tension. This selection from their collection unites new and established names working in a wide range of media. Together they offer insights into the personal and collective challenges of our time. With works from artists including Anish Kapoor, Rineke Dijkstra, Jacco Olivier, Esther Tielemans, Ryan Gander, Gabriel Rico and Mona Hatoum.   In Voorlinden Museum on display until 20th of September. for more information visit voorlinden.nl The Momentum. The tipping point that unleashes a tectonic shift. An artist is perpetually in search of that instant. The second in which that one defining insight emerges, paving the way for new ideas. It’s an instant with which we are all familiar: the deciding moment when everything gains momentum. The point at which mass and speed combine to yield an extraordinary impetus.   Their world is poised on the brink of a tipping point as well. They must make choices regarding climate and migration, issues that are impacting our lives more and more intensely.   Momentum brings together forty works that embody this tension. This selection from their collection unites new and established names working in a wide range of media. Together they offer insights into the personal and collective challenges of our time. With works from artists including Anish Kapoor, Rineke Dijkstra, Jacco Olivier, Esther Tielemans, Ryan Gander, Gabriel Rico and Mona Hatoum.   In Voorlinden Museum on display until 20th of September. for more information visit voorlinden.nl

Calvin Klein reveals the new CK ONE
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Calvin Klein reveals the new CK ONE

Fashion Calvin Klein, Inc. and Calvin Klein Fragrances,  today revealed the new CK ONE underwear and jeans collections and CK EVERYONE, a clean fragrance, both inspired by the raw and rebel spirit of the original CK ONE. The collection and fragrance are unveiled in a global advertising campaign, proclaiming, “I am one, I am many. I love everyone of me.” A tribute to individuality and the freedom of self-expression, the campaign shot by Glen Luchford stars a group of modern multi-hyphenates including musician and actor Eliot Sumner, skater and photographer Evan Mock, musician and makeup artist MLMA, rapper and dancer Priddy the Opp, and models Cara Taylor and Parker Van Noord. The energetic, enigmatic visuals explore the many aspects of self, boldly embracing and proudly showcasing to the world a collective individuality and shattering of the status quo. It is a powerful celebration for those unconstrained by boundaries, gender norms and definitions. The advertising campaign will be featured globally and supported bydigital, social, high impact outdoor locations, print and TV. The new fashion collections and fragrance mark the next chapter of the iconic CK ONE story. Jeans and underwear include staple wardrobe pieces with genderless appeal. The CK ONE underwear collection features graphic prints with bold all-over monogram logos, repeating roses and new colorwaves in key cotton and micro fiber styles. Camo prints, color-blocked styles with a ribbed, sock- inspired waistband and a Recycle capsule featuring underwear and t-shirts made from recycled plastic water bottles will also drop later this season. The CK ONE jeans collection includes logo tees, graphic hoodies and timeless denim silhouettes such as oversized trucker jackets, denim vests, and mom and dad jeans, as well as skirts and shorts with raw hem cuts. Calvin Klein introduces its first clean, gender-free and environmentally conscious fragrance, CK EVERYONE. CK EVERYONE is formulated with 79% naturally derived ingredients, including naturally derived alcohol, and is vegan, recyclable, and comes in a folding carton that contains 30% post- consumer recycled materials. CK EVERYONE is a bold new fragrance for every generation, inspired by the authentic and youthful-minded. Master perfumer and creator of the original CK ONE fragrance, Alberto Morillas, crafted a clean and genderless fragrance exuding freshness using naturally derived ingredients and ignoring the traditional signifiers of gender, as reflected in the non-conformity of both the scent and campaign. A citrus fragrance that uplifts with zesty organic orange oil is paired with a blue tea accord and a vibrant cedarwood base creating the perfect combination of clean freshness, sweet sensuality and provocative edge. Combining two icons, CK EVERYONE pays homage to the iconic CALVIN KLEIN UNDERWEAR waistband with a reusable signature elastic band on the bottle. Coinciding with the launch in North America is the I LOVE EVERYONE OF ME POP-UP in New York City. Open to the public from Thursday, February 13 – Saturday, February 15, visitors will be able to explore and shop the new CK EVERYONE fragrance and CK ONE underwear and jeans. A dedicated fragranceroom will allow visitors to discover the different fragrance notes while immersive photo moments play with the concept of individuality referenced in the ad campaign. At the experience, visitors will also have the opportunity to have their image projected on the brand’s famed Houston Street billboard during the duration of the activation.   Calvin Klein, Inc. and Calvin Klein Fragrances,  today revealed the new CK ONE underwear and jeans collections and CK EVERYONE, a clean fragrance, both inspired by the raw and rebel spirit of the original CK ONE. The collection and fragrance are unveiled in a global advertising campaign, proclaiming, “I am one, I am many. I love everyone of me.” A tribute to individuality and the freedom of self-expression, the campaign shot by Glen Luchford stars a group of modern multi-hyphenates including musician and actor Eliot Sumner, skater and photographer Evan Mock, musician and makeup artist MLMA, rapper and dancer Priddy the Opp, and models Cara Taylor and Parker Van Noord. The energetic, enigmatic visuals explore the many aspects of self, boldly embracing and proudly showcasing to the world a collective individuality and shattering of the status quo. It is a powerful celebration for those unconstrained by boundaries, gender norms and definitions. The advertising campaign will be featured globally and supported bydigital, social, high impact outdoor locations, print and TV. The new fashion collections and fragrance mark the next chapter of the iconic CK ONE story. Jeans and underwear include staple wardrobe pieces with genderless appeal. The CK ONE underwear collection features graphic prints with bold all-over monogram logos, repeating roses and new colorwaves in key cotton and micro fiber styles. Camo prints, color-blocked styles with a ribbed, sock- inspired waistband and a Recycle capsule featuring underwear and t-shirts made from recycled plastic water bottles will also drop later this season. The CK ONE jeans collection includes logo tees, graphic hoodies and timeless denim silhouettes such as oversized trucker jackets, denim vests, and mom and dad jeans, as well as skirts and shorts with raw hem cuts. Calvin Klein introduces its first clean, gender-free and environmentally conscious fragrance, CK EVERYONE. CK EVERYONE is formulated with 79% naturally derived ingredients, including naturally derived alcohol, and is vegan, recyclable, and comes in a folding carton that contains 30% post- consumer recycled materials. CK EVERYONE is a bold new fragrance for every generation, inspired by the authentic and youthful-minded. Master perfumer and creator of the original CK ONE fragrance, Alberto Morillas, crafted a clean and genderless fragrance exuding freshness using naturally derived ingredients and ignoring the traditional signifiers of gender, as reflected in the non-conformity of both the scent and campaign. A citrus fragrance that uplifts with zesty organic orange oil is paired with a blue tea accord and a vibrant cedarwood base creating the perfect combination of clean freshness, sweet sensuality and provocative edge. Combining two icons, CK EVERYONE pays homage to the iconic CALVIN KLEIN UNDERWEAR waistband with a reusable signature elastic band on the bottle. Coinciding with the launch in North America is the I LOVE EVERYONE OF ME POP-UP in New York City. Open to the public from Thursday, February 13 – Saturday, February 15, visitors will be able to explore and shop the new CK EVERYONE fragrance and CK ONE underwear and jeans. A dedicated fragranceroom will allow visitors to discover the different fragrance notes while immersive photo moments play with the concept of individuality referenced in the ad campaign. At the experience, visitors will also have the opportunity to have their image projected on the brand’s famed Houston Street billboard during the duration of the activation.  

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