I was in Paris for a couple of days this week but I just missed the new opening from the Dover Street Market clan. I’m back again on Friday though so I’m planning to pop in to Dover Street Parfums Market, the new outpost that focuses solely on beauty. I feel it’s a good time for an entirely new beauty concept store and who better to orchestrate it than Rei and Adrian, with the help of Sarah Andelman (of Colette fame)?
“I want to find the equivalents of Simone Rocha and Craig Green in the beauty business,” says Dover Street Market CEO Adrian Joffe (more…)
I don’t know if we should go full throttle for austerity minimalism but I think there could be a middle ground. And Zanini’s elevated classics might be it. Marco Zanini’s fabrics are developed exclusively for him, he pays minute attention to the details that define a silhouette (hello voluminous sleeves) and the styling is perfectly on point. Gotta be better than a logo tee, right?
WORDS: Disneyrollergirl / Navaz Batliwalla
IMAGES: Zanini SS20 / Vogue Runway
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Exhibition idea! All those incredible ideas, expensive mistakes, too impossible-to-produce design innovations that never came to fruition.
Example: this Marni perfume bottle by design firm, Sybarite, who created Marni’s global retail identity during the Consuelo Castiglioni years. Sybarite founders Torquil McIntosh and Simon Mitchell’s fragrance bottle never made it to stores, as Castiglioni decided to keep it for her own private collection.
“It nearly launched until Consuelo decided she loved it so much she didn’t want the public to have it,” (more…)