pop-up shops

THE DRG STYLE INDEX: MARC JACOBS, MAC, H&M, DKNY, ARMANI

Here’s the latest weekly DRG STYLE INDEX ranking, a round-up of the brands currently buzzing on my radar…

1. SOFIA COPPOLA FOR MARC JACOBS AW15
sophia coppola in marc jacobs aw15 campaign by david sims

Gasp, Juergen teller didn’t shoot the latest Marc Jacobs campaign. That’s a shame because I loved all the Juergen campaigns, but I can’t complain too much about this shot of Sofia Coppola shot by David Sims. (more…)

The Chanel Coco Crush fine jewellery store at Netaporter is open

Chanel Coco Crush fine jewellery netaporter

The Chanel Coco Crush fine jewellery pop-up shop at Net-a-Porter has been open for one hour and already pieces are sold out. (So if you were thinking of splashing £13,500 on the 18-karat yellow gold cuff, sorry you weren’t quick enough). What you can still buy (at time of writing) are the five gold rings. In white gold or yellow gold, they have the signature Chanel ‘quilting’ effect and range from £1,400 to £2,325. You can buy them from the pop-up e-com shop until 6th May.

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THE DRG STYLE INDEX: THE ROW, APPLE X PINTEREST, STOWAWAY, MIH JEANS

Here’s the latest weekly DRG STYLE INDEX ranking, a round-up of the brands currently buzzing on my radar…

1. THE ROW’S UPTOWN MOVEThe Row to open a New York store in 2015
Coming not-quite soon: The Row has earmarked a store for New York. OK, it’s not due til the end of the year, but I’m sure the Upper East Side townhouse store will be worth waiting for… (more…)

130 years of Hanro: Archive in progress

1-Hanro-archive-liestal-museum-Baselland-main

Fashion archives have become quite a thing in recent years. But have you ever wondered what goes into creating them? It’s something I’m a little obsessed with. When I ask brands about their archives, I usually hear either that everything is kept in an off-site, temperature-controlled, white-gloves location (think heritage luxury brand) or, more commonly, “it’s all stuffed in a back room full of jumbled up rails and we’d never allow visitors inside.” (more…)