In the following of Fendi and Instagram artist Hey Reilly collaboration, Fendi Mania capsule collection extends the sport and soigné spirit of the fall/winter 2018-2019 show. In parallel, the “world most expensive” champagne Boërl and Kroff is marrying Guy Savoy’s 3 stars restaurant menu at La Monnaie de Paris.
FENDI and FILA, the collaboration that is about to break out
This autumn, Fendi associates with Fila for a new collection named Fendi Mania. The luxury house which only have in common with Fila its origin, Italy, has decided to aim Millennials with this collection.
Indeed, Fila which has benefited from a revival of interest thanks to the fashion trend of the 80s and 90s, is the perfect brand to give a little renewal to Fendi.
A few models had already been showed during the Fendi autumn-winter fashion show, from which sleeveless jackets, fake fur collar, full logo jumpsuits, were remastered by Instagram artist @Hey_Reilly, without forgetting shoes.
The collection is for men, women and children, and is already adopted by Nicki Minaj, Jennifer Lopez or Bella Hadid.
Guy Savoy’s restaurant menu is now associating Boërl & Kroff champagnes
Guy Savoy 3-star restaurant, hosted by La Monnaie de Paris, elected as 2018 world best restaurant by La Liste, is now associating the millesimé champagne, Boërl & Kroff, with its exceptional dishes.
Boërl & Kroff, created by Patrick Sabaté and Stéphane Sésé, is 100 per cent french, despite a Germanic sonority. This exceptional champagne is made in the vineyards of Urville. It is the result of researches and testing over years. Mainly composed with pinot noir, it is only producing champagnes in magnums and higher bottles since 2007, requiring 12 years of aging.
Its price? One of the most expensive in the world. The production is divided between the premium Millésime, in magnum (3500 €), and the B, more “affordable”, in bottle (350 €).
Lila Moss, Marc Jacobs Beauty’s muse
It is with praise that the American designer Marc Jacobs unveils his 2019 new muse for the beauty, and it is none other than Kate Moss’s daughter, Lila Moss, only sixteen years old, who is already following the footsteps of her mother.
“It is with great pride and heart filled with emotion that I share this first image of our shoot for Marc Jacobs Beauty with this incredible model that is Lila. Her beauty, her patience, her kindness and her professionalism made this project even more unique than I had imagined. For every look we’ve photographed, Lila has entered each character easily and spontaneously”
The all new Fall parisian collaboration
24 sèvres, the online shopping platform launched in 2017 by LVMH intends to compete with Net-a-porter and Farfetch. And it is willing to make the difference with an advertising campaign focused on the Parisian clichés.
After its collaboration with Louis Vuitton and AMI, the platform assumes a Parisian style by choosing Vanessa Bruno.
The brand founded in 1996, with an effortless Parisian style, is exactly reflecting 24 sèvres expectations. The pieces intended to be romantic and mischievous, in a 70s spirit.
Hermès deploys its e-commerce in China
Hermes opens its first digital flagship in China. The luxury Parisian house, which completely renovated and remodeled its e-commerce showcase, inaugurated its new platform last April in Europe, after testing it in Canada, then in the United States in 2017. It is now entering the Middle Kingdom, where it had never been sold online so far.
The website was launched on October 17 and presents an expanded offering of accessories and ready-to-wear as in other countries. Hermes offers to the local public both Chinese and English version of the website.
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