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PRADA LINEA ROSSA FALL/WINTER 2020 CAMPAIGN FEATURING GUS KENWORTHY
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PRADA LINEA ROSSA FALL/WINTER 2020 CAMPAIGN FEATURING GUS KENWORTHY

Fashion Technologically innovative, streamlined, modern. Engineered for heightened function and the pursuit of perfection, Prada Linea Rossa is designed to help the wearer excel. First introduced in 1997, Prada were pioneers in the fashion world to launch the unique Linea Rossa fusion of style and high-performance sports.     The technical innovations inherent in mountain and skiwear has always been at the core of Linea Rossa: textile invention coupled with sleek silhouette, a fusion of body and fabric intended to perform under the most extreme circumstances. Pioneering, Linea Rossa For Fall/Winter 2020, the Prada Linea Rossa campaign features Gus Kenworthy, the champion British-American freestyle skier. Awarded the silver medal in Men’s slopestyle at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi for the US, since 2019 Kenworthy represents his birth nation of Great Britain - winning his rst gold medal in the «Ski World Cup» in February 2020. Alongside his sporting achievements, Kenworthy has a notable career as an actor, appearing in season nine of the award-winning television series American Horror Story in 2019. Kenworthy is also an advocate for LGBT rights: he came out as gay in 2015 on the cover of ESPN Magazine as the rst actions-sports star to do so.     For the Fall/Winter collection, the emblematic Linea Rossa red line becomes a timeline, a visual tool to chart the milestones and achievements of each talent featured - tracing the events that shaped them into the gure they are today. Photographed by Vanina Sorrenti in a series of striking still and motion-image portraits, Kenworthy is simultaneously captured from multiple angles, a re ection of his multifaceted character and career, always underscored - literally - by the red line of Linea Rossa, representing his achievements and experiences.     For Fall/Winter 2020, the protection and performance of winter sports inspired Linea Rossa pieces designed for warmth and resistance against the harshest elements. The new innovative EXTREME-TEX, a triple-layer textile especially developed by Prada, is translated into zipped jackets and trousers, combined with lightweight graphene padding for thermal insulation. Multiple-weights of nylons, jerseys, techno-knit, EXTREME-TEX and EXTREME-TEX LIGHT enable layering - adaptive to different terrains and demands. High-impact sport and metropolitan life alike, Prada Linea Rossa is engineered to achieve.     The second stage of the Prada Linea Rossa F/W20 Campaign, featuring Gus Kenworthy, is unveiled starting November 20 , 2020.     Credits: Photographer: Vanina Sorrenti Creative Direction: Ferdinando Verderi     #PradaLineaRossa Technologically innovative, streamlined, modern. Engineered for heightened function and the pursuit of perfection, Prada Linea Rossa is designed to help the wearer excel. First introduced in 1997, Prada were pioneers in the fashion world to launch the unique Linea Rossa fusion of style and high-performance sports.     The technical innovations inherent in mountain and skiwear has always been at the core of Linea Rossa: textile invention coupled with sleek silhouette, a fusion of body and fabric intended to perform under the most extreme circumstances. Pioneering, Linea Rossa For Fall/Winter 2020, the Prada Linea Rossa campaign features Gus Kenworthy, the champion British-American freestyle skier. Awarded the silver medal in Men’s slopestyle at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi for the US, since 2019 Kenworthy represents his birth nation of Great Britain - winning his rst gold medal in the «Ski World Cup» in February 2020. Alongside his sporting achievements, Kenworthy has a notable career as an actor, appearing in season nine of the award-winning television series American Horror Story in 2019. Kenworthy is also an advocate for LGBT rights: he came out as gay in 2015 on the cover of ESPN Magazine as the rst actions-sports star to do so.     For the Fall/Winter collection, the emblematic Linea Rossa red line becomes a timeline, a visual tool to chart the milestones and achievements of each talent featured - tracing the events that shaped them into the gure they are today. Photographed by Vanina Sorrenti in a series of striking still and motion-image portraits, Kenworthy is simultaneously captured from multiple angles, a re ection of his multifaceted character and career, always underscored - literally - by the red line of Linea Rossa, representing his achievements and experiences.     For Fall/Winter 2020, the protection and performance of winter sports inspired Linea Rossa pieces designed for warmth and resistance against the harshest elements. The new innovative EXTREME-TEX, a triple-layer textile especially developed by Prada, is translated into zipped jackets and trousers, combined with lightweight graphene padding for thermal insulation. Multiple-weights of nylons, jerseys, techno-knit, EXTREME-TEX and EXTREME-TEX LIGHT enable layering - adaptive to different terrains and demands. High-impact sport and metropolitan life alike, Prada Linea Rossa is engineered to achieve.     The second stage of the Prada Linea Rossa F/W20 Campaign, featuring Gus Kenworthy, is unveiled starting November 20 , 2020.     Credits: Photographer: Vanina Sorrenti Creative Direction: Ferdinando Verderi     #PradaLineaRossa

BALENCIAGA LAUNCHES NEW OBJECTS LINE
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BALENCIAGA LAUNCHES NEW OBJECTS LINE

Accessories Launching on November 20th, 2020, Balenciaga presents Objects: a category of items produced outside of the fashion collections. Objects are introduced individually throughout the year, each a special project on its own. They are designed to be timeless, from collectible treasures to items for everyday use, at home or on the move.     The first Balenciaga Object is a metal sculpture in the exact shape of a size 41 Track.2 sneaker. Part of a lineage of objects d’art that recontextualize everydayproducts, the palladium and brass sculpture is a cross between a bronzed baby shoe keepsake and a Dadaist Readymade, transforming the functional Balenciaga sneaker into an inflexible solid.     Referencing the original shoe’s particular place in popular culture and daily life,this metal version, weighing 2,5 kilograms, alludes to the definitive sentimental value and trophy status of designed goods. It is made in Italy with 16 cast brass pieces that are soldered and sealed, then coated with palladium.     The first Balenciaga Object is sold in a limited edition. Only 20 Track.2 sculptures will be available worldwide. Launching on November 20th, 2020, Balenciaga presents Objects: a category of items produced outside of the fashion collections. Objects are introduced individually throughout the year, each a special project on its own. They are designed to be timeless, from collectible treasures to items for everyday use, at home or on the move.     The first Balenciaga Object is a metal sculpture in the exact shape of a size 41 Track.2 sneaker. Part of a lineage of objects d’art that recontextualize everydayproducts, the palladium and brass sculpture is a cross between a bronzed baby shoe keepsake and a Dadaist Readymade, transforming the functional Balenciaga sneaker into an inflexible solid.     Referencing the original shoe’s particular place in popular culture and daily life,this metal version, weighing 2,5 kilograms, alludes to the definitive sentimental value and trophy status of designed goods. It is made in Italy with 16 cast brass pieces that are soldered and sealed, then coated with palladium.     The first Balenciaga Object is sold in a limited edition. Only 20 Track.2 sculptures will be available worldwide.

In conversation with Anwar Hadid
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In conversation with Anwar Hadid

Men Who is Anwar Hadid? A model, musician and jewelry label founder. Since he started following in his sisters' footsteps in fashion, he was on the covers of magazines, was the face of Hugo Boss Menswear Hugo line, walked in New York Fashion Week and many more...      Anwar, together with Yoni Laham you launched your own jewelry label ”Martyre” in 2019. What is the story behind founding ”Martyre”?   We wanted to create a space where we could create and collaborate with friends, artists and organizations. We also wanted to find common ground in our beliefs.     Creating a brand isn't an easy task, let alone building its success. What have you learned about yourself through founding a business?   Running a business is a challenge in so many ways, but it is also a huge blessing. We have worked hard building our company, so we are able to focus a lot more on the creative this coming year onward.     What are your and Yoni's goals and plans for the brand in the future?   We are planning to continue to collaborate with artists, organizations and brands that we believe connect with our beliefs in whatever way we can all across the board and all across the world hopefully.     You are also starting your music career, right? How did that passion and idea come to fruition? Have you always wanted to do music of your own?   I made music when i was 14 - 15  with my friends in a little box studio on Cahuenga Blvd in LA, but I just didn't really know myself that well then. Me and some friends wrote raps and sang songs and would record them, but it was just something we did for fun, I never thought I would try and make projects of my own.     Tell us more about what can we expect from your music?    I'm not so sure, I'm finishing up a project now that will be out sometime next year.     A lot of musicians write their own songs. Are you one of those who are writing their own lyrics? If you do, what inspires your writing?   I write my lyrics for songs I make with friends. Sometimes it's personal stuff, sometimes it's conversations or stories about friends or love or life events. Anything could be a song in my opinion if it is a story that you want to remember.     For a young age, you've experienced quite a lot of different industries. Which one is the hardest and which one is the most fulfilling for you?   I honestly love fashion when I can creatively collaborate with brands and with my friends, like what we did with Numero! Thanks Arb and Kuj and Diego. And I think making music has been super fulfilling for my friends and I, it's just another way we all can represent more of our little piece of vibes for the world.     What is in your plans for the future besides music and your work on ”Martyre” after the world gets back into its tracks again?   I hope I just continue to follow my heart and creating with my friends honestly. I feel blessed and very happy.     PHOTO CREDITS: Talent: Anwar Hadid at IMG Models @anwarspc Photography: Diego Andrade @diegobenjaminandrade EIC: Timotej Letonja @timiletonja Styling: Milton Dixon @miltonmania Fashion director: Lisa Jarvis @lisajarvis_stylist Casting: Tasha Tongpreecha @tashatongpreecha  Market editor: Raziel Martinez @itsmerazzie  Make-up: Kuma using MAC Cosmetics Hair: Matt Benns using Bumble & Bumble Styling assistant: Share Koech  Fashion assistant: Celine Azena & Ellis Herz Special thanks to David Ralph  artwork and creative direction: Kuj & Arb @arben @malrborokuj  Who is Anwar Hadid? A model, musician and jewelry label founder. Since he started following in his sisters' footsteps in fashion, he was on the covers of magazines, was the face of Hugo Boss Menswear Hugo line, walked in New York Fashion Week and many more...      Anwar, together with Yoni Laham you launched your own jewelry label ”Martyre” in 2019. What is the story behind founding ”Martyre”?   We wanted to create a space where we could create and collaborate with friends, artists and organizations. We also wanted to find common ground in our beliefs.     Creating a brand isn't an easy task, let alone building its success. What have you learned about yourself through founding a business?   Running a business is a challenge in so many ways, but it is also a huge blessing. We have worked hard building our company, so we are able to focus a lot more on the creative this coming year onward.     What are your and Yoni's goals and plans for the brand in the future?   We are planning to continue to collaborate with artists, organizations and brands that we believe connect with our beliefs in whatever way we can all across the board and all across the world hopefully.     You are also starting your music career, right? How did that passion and idea come to fruition? Have you always wanted to do music of your own?   I made music when i was 14 - 15  with my friends in a little box studio on Cahuenga Blvd in LA, but I just didn't really know myself that well then. Me and some friends wrote raps and sang songs and would record them, but it was just something we did for fun, I never thought I would try and make projects of my own.     Tell us more about what can we expect from your music?    I'm not so sure, I'm finishing up a project now that will be out sometime next year.     A lot of musicians write their own songs. Are you one of those who are writing their own lyrics? If you do, what inspires your writing?   I write my lyrics for songs I make with friends. Sometimes it's personal stuff, sometimes it's conversations or stories about friends or love or life events. Anything could be a song in my opinion if it is a story that you want to remember.     For a young age, you've experienced quite a lot of different industries. Which one is the hardest and which one is the most fulfilling for you?   I honestly love fashion when I can creatively collaborate with brands and with my friends, like what we did with Numero! Thanks Arb and Kuj and Diego. And I think making music has been super fulfilling for my friends and I, it's just another way we all can represent more of our little piece of vibes for the world.     What is in your plans for the future besides music and your work on ”Martyre” after the world gets back into its tracks again?   I hope I just continue to follow my heart and creating with my friends honestly. I feel blessed and very happy.     PHOTO CREDITS: Talent: Anwar Hadid at IMG Models @anwarspc Photography: Diego Andrade @diegobenjaminandrade EIC: Timotej Letonja @timiletonja Styling: Milton Dixon @miltonmania Fashion director: Lisa Jarvis @lisajarvis_stylist Casting: Tasha Tongpreecha @tashatongpreecha  Market editor: Raziel Martinez @itsmerazzie  Make-up: Kuma using MAC Cosmetics Hair: Matt Benns using Bumble & Bumble Styling assistant: Share Koech  Fashion assistant: Celine Azena & Ellis Herz Special thanks to David Ralph  artwork and creative direction: Kuj & Arb @arben @malrborokuj 

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VERSACE LAUNCHED THE TRIGRECA SNEAKER
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VERSACE LAUNCHED THE TRIGRECA SNEAKER

Accessories Drop 1 of the brand’s new Trigreca sneaker was launched on October 1st. First seen on the Fall-Winter 2020 runway, the style steps up the already impressive Versace footwear edit. Encompassing iconic brand codes, the design is unmistakably Versace.      The Trigreca draws inspiration from the brand’s Greca pattern. A celebration of Versace’s Magna Graecia heritage, the symbol was first used in the Fall-Winter 1988 Collection. The Greca is a geometric pattern created from one, uninterrupted line. The motif was historically seen in many ancient Greek temples, representations of labyrinths, buildings and in pottery – especially from the Geometric period. Symbolizing infinity and unity, it reflects a recurring theme in Versace creations. The Greca pattern adorns three points of the Trigreca sneaker: the dimensional sole, the midsole and the decorative upper toe stripe.       The design’s cork "Greca Cushioning System" adds support and comfort, as well as providing chunky elevation. To celebrate the brand’s HQ location, Milan’s geographical coordinates are printed along the upper. There’s also a hidden 3D Medusa located in the sole – another iconic signature of the brand.        Black, white, green, blue and red versions of the sneaker will launch on October 1st, exclusively on Versace.com and in selected Versace boutiques. The brand will partner with e-commerce retail platform ssense.com on a wider launch with added colorways in November. Drop 1 of the brand’s new Trigreca sneaker was launched on October 1st. First seen on the Fall-Winter 2020 runway, the style steps up the already impressive Versace footwear edit. Encompassing iconic brand codes, the design is unmistakably Versace.      The Trigreca draws inspiration from the brand’s Greca pattern. A celebration of Versace’s Magna Graecia heritage, the symbol was first used in the Fall-Winter 1988 Collection. The Greca is a geometric pattern created from one, uninterrupted line. The motif was historically seen in many ancient Greek temples, representations of labyrinths, buildings and in pottery – especially from the Geometric period. Symbolizing infinity and unity, it reflects a recurring theme in Versace creations. The Greca pattern adorns three points of the Trigreca sneaker: the dimensional sole, the midsole and the decorative upper toe stripe.       The design’s cork "Greca Cushioning System" adds support and comfort, as well as providing chunky elevation. To celebrate the brand’s HQ location, Milan’s geographical coordinates are printed along the upper. There’s also a hidden 3D Medusa located in the sole – another iconic signature of the brand.        Black, white, green, blue and red versions of the sneaker will launch on October 1st, exclusively on Versace.com and in selected Versace boutiques. The brand will partner with e-commerce retail platform ssense.com on a wider launch with added colorways in November.

Comfort, technology, style, performance and sustainability: these are the Colmar key words for the first winter of the new decade
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Comfort, technology, style, performance and sustainability: these are the Colmar key words for the first winter of the new decade

Fashion In presenting the pieces for next winter and officially entering the decade when it will be celebrating its centenary (in 2023), Colmar, in producing the offer in the run-up to its anniversary, has decided to keep some important key words in mind.     Sustainability: thermal insulators 90% made up for recycled fibers are used in the collection; the revolutionary Teflon EcoElite, water-repellent treatment, which comes from renewable sources some years and is applied on the whole collection; empty polyester fiber spheres become an artificial insulation filling, the most similar alternative to down which keeps its heat qualities even when it is wet; Graphene, applied to a fabric for the first time by Colmar, becomes a yarn used in the lining of jackets which, thanks to this innovative nano-tech material, lets the body not only distribute warmth evenly, but disperse static as well. The pieces characterized by recycled materials are marked by a special tag.      Technology and Comfort: are also two important words for this collection: the study of and research into increasingly advanced materials to constantly improve athletic performances and movements are the imperatives in every season. This is why padding becomes stretch, there are five-layer puckered fabrics, some jackets have been designed with water-repellent down and Graphene is applied to an increasing number of pieces.     Style: with special attention to the female world so that women’s skiing is underlined by important details but which make all the difference: the lines and the cuts mostly follow the body and make sporting movements easier for the person wearing the piece; some elements of the jacket, such as the collar, are removable; anti-cold teddy fleece is applied at strategic point and there are more and more stylistic characteristics including the colours which, in the different lines, combined with the basic colours, become hyper-energetic.        Capsule: Dedicated to a woman with more get-up-and-go, the “Moonlight Shadow” capsule collection, where the silver mirror fabric is applied and paired with a high impact techno animal print and where femininity is magnified by side slits in the jackets, belts at the waist, vertical padding and a whole skisuit with leggings. For him, on the other hand, skiing becomes a real journey with “Ski Travel”, the versatility of which means it can be used both in the city and in the mountains, thanks to the study of specific details such as the inside straps which allow hanging the jacket from the shoulders, a pocket which can act as a backpack on the back, the possibility of pulling out a balaclava to beat the cold and multipurpose pockets. This way modern travelers can go easily form the city to the ski slopes wearing the same piece. In presenting the pieces for next winter and officially entering the decade when it will be celebrating its centenary (in 2023), Colmar, in producing the offer in the run-up to its anniversary, has decided to keep some important key words in mind.     Sustainability: thermal insulators 90% made up for recycled fibers are used in the collection; the revolutionary Teflon EcoElite, water-repellent treatment, which comes from renewable sources some years and is applied on the whole collection; empty polyester fiber spheres become an artificial insulation filling, the most similar alternative to down which keeps its heat qualities even when it is wet; Graphene, applied to a fabric for the first time by Colmar, becomes a yarn used in the lining of jackets which, thanks to this innovative nano-tech material, lets the body not only distribute warmth evenly, but disperse static as well. The pieces characterized by recycled materials are marked by a special tag.      Technology and Comfort: are also two important words for this collection: the study of and research into increasingly advanced materials to constantly improve athletic performances and movements are the imperatives in every season. This is why padding becomes stretch, there are five-layer puckered fabrics, some jackets have been designed with water-repellent down and Graphene is applied to an increasing number of pieces.     Style: with special attention to the female world so that women’s skiing is underlined by important details but which make all the difference: the lines and the cuts mostly follow the body and make sporting movements easier for the person wearing the piece; some elements of the jacket, such as the collar, are removable; anti-cold teddy fleece is applied at strategic point and there are more and more stylistic characteristics including the colours which, in the different lines, combined with the basic colours, become hyper-energetic.        Capsule: Dedicated to a woman with more get-up-and-go, the “Moonlight Shadow” capsule collection, where the silver mirror fabric is applied and paired with a high impact techno animal print and where femininity is magnified by side slits in the jackets, belts at the waist, vertical padding and a whole skisuit with leggings. For him, on the other hand, skiing becomes a real journey with “Ski Travel”, the versatility of which means it can be used both in the city and in the mountains, thanks to the study of specific details such as the inside straps which allow hanging the jacket from the shoulders, a pocket which can act as a backpack on the back, the possibility of pulling out a balaclava to beat the cold and multipurpose pockets. This way modern travelers can go easily form the city to the ski slopes wearing the same piece.

FENDI x K-WAY®  RELEASE THEIR NEW CAPSULE COLLECTION
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FENDI x K-WAY® RELEASE THEIR NEW CAPSULE COLLECTION

Fashion FENDI presents a surprising Capsule Collection developed in collaboration with K-Way®, just in time for the chilly and rainy season.     The Roman Maison’s signature luxury yet ironic aesthetic meets the timeless functionality of K-Way® for a range of Women’s, Men’s and Kids pieces injected with a cool and urban appeal.     FENDI’s iconic FF logo pattern steals the spotlight, printed ton-sur-ton on K-Way® legendary reversible nylon windbreakers, which can be folded in a pocket and carried as a pouch. The printed face, coming in mat black, is matched with a solid one, - black and gold for Women, dark blue for Men and black and pink for Kids. In addition to the regular shape available for all categories, the Women’s line presents also a shorter bomber- like version for an extra edgy twist.     For a truly luxurious touch, FENDI and K-Way® also developed a Women’s and Men’s exclusive style, wherenylon is combined with an FF logo printed on mink fur in brown, which is also used for a bib-like accessory to layer under jackets and outwear giving an extra sophisticated touch.     Get ready to run under the rain with FENDI x K-Way®, the best combination of chic and functional for the whole family.     Available in FENDI Boutiques and on fendi.com starting from November 2020. FENDI presents a surprising Capsule Collection developed in collaboration with K-Way®, just in time for the chilly and rainy season.     The Roman Maison’s signature luxury yet ironic aesthetic meets the timeless functionality of K-Way® for a range of Women’s, Men’s and Kids pieces injected with a cool and urban appeal.     FENDI’s iconic FF logo pattern steals the spotlight, printed ton-sur-ton on K-Way® legendary reversible nylon windbreakers, which can be folded in a pocket and carried as a pouch. The printed face, coming in mat black, is matched with a solid one, - black and gold for Women, dark blue for Men and black and pink for Kids. In addition to the regular shape available for all categories, the Women’s line presents also a shorter bomber- like version for an extra edgy twist.     For a truly luxurious touch, FENDI and K-Way® also developed a Women’s and Men’s exclusive style, wherenylon is combined with an FF logo printed on mink fur in brown, which is also used for a bib-like accessory to layer under jackets and outwear giving an extra sophisticated touch.     Get ready to run under the rain with FENDI x K-Way®, the best combination of chic and functional for the whole family.     Available in FENDI Boutiques and on fendi.com starting from November 2020.

BOTTEGA VENETA RELEASES THEIR WARDROBE 01 CAMPAIGN
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BOTTEGA VENETA RELEASES THEIR WARDROBE 01 CAMPAIGN

Fashion With Tobias Dionisi, Cyrielle Lalande, Selena Forrest, Martijn Faaij, Guinevere van Seenus, Malaika Holmén, Fernando Cabral   Photographed by Tyrone Lebon With Tobias Dionisi, Cyrielle Lalande, Selena Forrest, Martijn Faaij, Guinevere van Seenus, Malaika Holmén, Fernando Cabral   Photographed by Tyrone Lebon

Versace opens a new boutique in Amsterdam
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Versace opens a new boutique in Amsterdam

Fashion Versace is excited to announce the opening of a new store in Amsterdam. The two-floor boutique is located on P.C. Hooftstraat street, the city’s premier luxury shopping destination.     Crafted from white Venus marble, the imposing façade reflects the brand’s timeless glamour. Interiors encompass Versace’s pursuit of only the highest quality materials with custom-created eucalyptus wood flooring covered with plush blue and gold carpets. Marble displays are complemented with golden metal construction – acting as an overarching element that connects the various spaces, giving off a clear sense of continuity. The ceiling is enriched with sculptural Medusa accents in a celebration of brand heritage.     Inaugurated on July 17th, 2020, the 170 square meter boutique showcases a curated selection of women’s and men’s ready-to-wear and accessories.     Versace is excited to announce the opening of a new store in Amsterdam. The two-floor boutique is located on P.C. Hooftstraat street, the city’s premier luxury shopping destination.     Crafted from white Venus marble, the imposing façade reflects the brand’s timeless glamour. Interiors encompass Versace’s pursuit of only the highest quality materials with custom-created eucalyptus wood flooring covered with plush blue and gold carpets. Marble displays are complemented with golden metal construction – acting as an overarching element that connects the various spaces, giving off a clear sense of continuity. The ceiling is enriched with sculptural Medusa accents in a celebration of brand heritage.     Inaugurated on July 17th, 2020, the 170 square meter boutique showcases a curated selection of women’s and men’s ready-to-wear and accessories.    

MOSCOT BRINGS OVER 100 YEARS OF DOWNTOWN DNA TO THE DUTCH MARKING THE BRAND’S 16TH OPTICAL FLAGSHIP
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MOSCOT BRINGS OVER 100 YEARS OF DOWNTOWN DNA TO THE DUTCH MARKING THE BRAND’S 16TH OPTICAL FLAGSHIP

Accessories MOSCOT, the iconic, 105-year-old family owned, New York City eyewear institution announces the opening of its first brick-and-mortar shop in Amsterdam. The new outpost willoccupy a quaint but visible corner in the historic canal district of “The Nine Streets”. The full-service optical shop at Berenstraat 40 is set to open to the community on November 10th, 2020.     The company brings over 100 years of optical expertise and its signature old-world charm including authentic tchotchkes and vintage artifacts from the family archives, tin ceilings made in New York, and custom built “fan-do-lier” light fixtures that bring a dose of downtown DNA to the Dutch capital.     “While 2020 has been a year of unprecedented events across the globe and in our family’s 105 years in business, we are thrilled to have the opportunity to bring a piece of downtown NYC history to Amsterdam,” says Dr. Harvey Moscot, 4th Generation & CEO. He adds, “Amsterdam is a vibrant city full ofcreative, independent thinkers and we look forward to sharing the MOSCOT story in a meaningful way.”     Filled with shops full of character, MOSCOT’s new home in the Canal Belt of Amsterdam complementsthe brand’s outposts around the globe. Located near many museums and historic landmarks, MOSCOT Amsterdam will be available to both tourists and locals alike looking to explore the heart of the city’sbest shopping hub.     MOSCOT currently operates 15 shops worldwide, including locations in New York City, Los Angeles, London, Rome, Seoul, Tokyo, Paris, and Milan. MOSCOT, the iconic, 105-year-old family owned, New York City eyewear institution announces the opening of its first brick-and-mortar shop in Amsterdam. The new outpost willoccupy a quaint but visible corner in the historic canal district of “The Nine Streets”. The full-service optical shop at Berenstraat 40 is set to open to the community on November 10th, 2020.     The company brings over 100 years of optical expertise and its signature old-world charm including authentic tchotchkes and vintage artifacts from the family archives, tin ceilings made in New York, and custom built “fan-do-lier” light fixtures that bring a dose of downtown DNA to the Dutch capital.     “While 2020 has been a year of unprecedented events across the globe and in our family’s 105 years in business, we are thrilled to have the opportunity to bring a piece of downtown NYC history to Amsterdam,” says Dr. Harvey Moscot, 4th Generation & CEO. He adds, “Amsterdam is a vibrant city full ofcreative, independent thinkers and we look forward to sharing the MOSCOT story in a meaningful way.”     Filled with shops full of character, MOSCOT’s new home in the Canal Belt of Amsterdam complementsthe brand’s outposts around the globe. Located near many museums and historic landmarks, MOSCOT Amsterdam will be available to both tourists and locals alike looking to explore the heart of the city’sbest shopping hub.     MOSCOT currently operates 15 shops worldwide, including locations in New York City, Los Angeles, London, Rome, Seoul, Tokyo, Paris, and Milan.

Giorgio Armani Neve for Autumn/Winter 2020/21
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Giorgio Armani Neve for Autumn/Winter 2020/21

Fashion Giorgio Armani Neve is a selection of pieces and accessories specially designed for winter holidays in the mountains. This sophisticated range of outerwear and athletic apparel reflects the principles of natural elegance and refinement that underlie the Armani aesthetic.     For Autumn/Winter 2020/21, the collection offers ski suits in velvet and technical fabric, for both men and women. For après-ski, the men’s line features jackets paired with comfortable cargo trousers and sophisticated mohair wool and cashmere knitwear.     The women’s wardrobe is composed of slim-fit trousers, outerwear and knitwear embellished with stone appliqués, embroidered details and rhinestone stars that create surprising touches of light. The clean palette of black, dark blue and white is mixed up with pinstriped designs reminiscent of formal wear, creating an unexpected contrast. The range is rounded off with hats, scarves, gloves and boots for both men and women. Giorgio Armani Neve is a collection dedicated to enthusiasts of high-altitude sports, and to all those who love to spend their winter holidays in the mountains, without ever sacrificing elegance and sophistication.     On sale in select Giorgio Armani stores and online from November. Giorgio Armani Neve is a selection of pieces and accessories specially designed for winter holidays in the mountains. This sophisticated range of outerwear and athletic apparel reflects the principles of natural elegance and refinement that underlie the Armani aesthetic.     For Autumn/Winter 2020/21, the collection offers ski suits in velvet and technical fabric, for both men and women. For après-ski, the men’s line features jackets paired with comfortable cargo trousers and sophisticated mohair wool and cashmere knitwear.     The women’s wardrobe is composed of slim-fit trousers, outerwear and knitwear embellished with stone appliqués, embroidered details and rhinestone stars that create surprising touches of light. The clean palette of black, dark blue and white is mixed up with pinstriped designs reminiscent of formal wear, creating an unexpected contrast. The range is rounded off with hats, scarves, gloves and boots for both men and women. Giorgio Armani Neve is a collection dedicated to enthusiasts of high-altitude sports, and to all those who love to spend their winter holidays in the mountains, without ever sacrificing elegance and sophistication.     On sale in select Giorgio Armani stores and online from November.

Marcus Rashford Fronts Nike AW20 Underwear Collection
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Marcus Rashford Fronts Nike AW20 Underwear Collection

Men The AW20 collection includes options for each and every part of your day, whether you’re relaxing at home or working hard on the pitch. Nike has put athlete insights at the forefront of the design, creating a collection of underwear that’s ultra-comfortable, with added product innovation, offering the perfect foundation to support men in their daily lives or during their sporting activities.     First things first. For everyday wear, the Nike Essential Micro Boxer Brief is made from smooth, stretch microfibre that feels good against your skin. Featuring Dri-FIT technology that wicks away sweat while managing odour, plus flat seaming to help prevent chafing, this supportive, performance underwear is just right for every body.     Engineered for intense activity, Nike's Elite Micro Boxer Brief provide the support and comfort that you need to power through tough days and tough workouts, without distraction. Smooth seams and hems with added grip define this pair. The fabric also contains plenty of stretch (four-way to be exact) and sweat-wicking Dri-FIT technology, — so you can keep cool and stay moving during every workout.   The AW20 collection includes options for each and every part of your day, whether you’re relaxing at home or working hard on the pitch. Nike has put athlete insights at the forefront of the design, creating a collection of underwear that’s ultra-comfortable, with added product innovation, offering the perfect foundation to support men in their daily lives or during their sporting activities.     First things first. For everyday wear, the Nike Essential Micro Boxer Brief is made from smooth, stretch microfibre that feels good against your skin. Featuring Dri-FIT technology that wicks away sweat while managing odour, plus flat seaming to help prevent chafing, this supportive, performance underwear is just right for every body.     Engineered for intense activity, Nike's Elite Micro Boxer Brief provide the support and comfort that you need to power through tough days and tough workouts, without distraction. Smooth seams and hems with added grip define this pair. The fabric also contains plenty of stretch (four-way to be exact) and sweat-wicking Dri-FIT technology, — so you can keep cool and stay moving during every workout.  

MR PORTER AND BRIONI LAUNCH AN EXCLUSIVE CAPSULE COLLECTION
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MR PORTER AND BRIONI LAUNCH AN EXCLUSIVE CAPSULE COLLECTION

Fashion MR PORTER, the award-winning global online retail destination for men’s style, and Italian luxury label Brioni are pleased to partner and launch an exclusive 19-piece capsule collection available only at MR PORTER from 9 November.   The exclusive capsule collection will feature a range of ready-to-wear, including impeccably tailored suits and exceptional leather outwear, designed with the house’s elevated and timeless approach to menswear and manufactured by its highly skilled master tailors. Standout pieces include a black full-grain leather overshirt, a teal double-breasted silk-twill coat, the handcrafted Virgilio black satin-trimmed silk-blend jacquard tuxedo and a brown wool and cashmere-blend cardigan.   MR PORTER will celebrate the launch with an editorial story in The Journal along with a dedicated social campaign onMR PORTER’s Instagram channel, @mrporterlive.     MR PORTER, the award-winning global online retail destination for men’s style, and Italian luxury label Brioni are pleased to partner and launch an exclusive 19-piece capsule collection available only at MR PORTER from 9 November.   The exclusive capsule collection will feature a range of ready-to-wear, including impeccably tailored suits and exceptional leather outwear, designed with the house’s elevated and timeless approach to menswear and manufactured by its highly skilled master tailors. Standout pieces include a black full-grain leather overshirt, a teal double-breasted silk-twill coat, the handcrafted Virgilio black satin-trimmed silk-blend jacquard tuxedo and a brown wool and cashmere-blend cardigan.   MR PORTER will celebrate the launch with an editorial story in The Journal along with a dedicated social campaign onMR PORTER’s Instagram channel, @mrporterlive.    

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