Lalique and Opéra national de Paris pay tribute to Orpheus and …

Lalique and Opéra National de Paris pay tribute to Orpheus and Eurydice, one of the most famous love stories in Greek mythology. This new collection is inspired by the Opéra repertoire to interpret the emblematic snake motif, a favorite of René Lalique. These 18-karat gold plated pieces dazzle with black lacquer scales, while their interlacing design embraces an openwork motif…
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What are tigers and zebras doing on the streets of Paris, Milan, …

Gareth Pugh They are leading lights in the hunt to impress! Where do members of the cat family hang out when they escape the jungle? Where else but the smartest streets in the world! The hottest players this season are making their presence felt in the fashion capitals of the world. Gareth Pugh From the jungles of Africa to the…
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SOMA, into dialog with the clothes

SOMA, an edition of six leather bags and objects, references the human body: the neck, shoulders, and hips. The movements of its wearers and their clothes. The soft calfskin from which the SOMA belts, bags and accessories are made nestles into the body gently and enters into dialog with the clothes, draping themselves around the objects, laying on top of them or being held in place by them.
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Igor Gulyaev: MADE IN RUSSIA

“It became fashionable and honorable to wear products with “Made in Russia” labels,” Igor Gulyaev told us during our phone interview in mid-July. We had met about twelve years ago when he was professionally involved in the fur business, based in St. Petersburg and collaborating with international brands that established him. Restless and creative, a citizen of the world with…
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Bonaveri changes the history of Visual Merchandising

Still resounding was the echo of the exhibition Bonaveri: A Fan of Pucci, where Emilio Pucci and mannequin pioneer Bonaveri came together during Pitti Immagine Uomo to celebrate history and innovation while exploring collective creativity and craftsmanship. That’s when we seized the opportunity to interview the company’s CEO, Andrea Bonaveri, who has changed the history of Visual Merchandising. Andrea, what’s…
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