Exclusively designed by Fendi and artist Oscar Wang, this playful panda called Fendidi, will stand at the entrance of Shamao Street at Chengdu IFS. His name translates to ‘Fendi’s little brother.’ The whole thing actually comes in at about 11 feet in length and 7 feet wide, and will be up through July 28th – before embarking on a world tour to promote the…Read More
Elba previously collaborated with Superdry in 2016, before quietly soft launching 2HR in the U.K. last year – and he’s now taking it global. The venture was inspired by his love of music and DJ culture, and the name, 2HR SET, refers to a DJ’s usual set time – as well as his hyper-focused approach to everything he does.
“A two-hour set is the acid test…Read More
Its name literally translates to Elysian Fields. And the Champs-Élysées has also been called La Plus Belle Avenue du Monde – the most beautiful street in the world.
Of course, throngs of tourists, and a fair degree of over-commercialization means that a stroll along the fabled avenue now also includes a Disney logo here, a Starbucks logo there. But a quick craning of the neck to take in the breathtaking Haussmann-era architecture, and you’ll quickly remember how it got its name.
We also vigorously recommend skipping the H&M and Marks & Spencer, for a genuinely Francaise shopping experience -…Read More
Dior has officially announced the release of its 2019 fall/winter ready-to-wear collection (by Creative Director Maria Grazia Chiuri) with a playfully bold new campaign. Shot by photographer Brigitte Niedermair, it features models Selena Forrest and Ruth Bell.
Most fascinatingly, the exalted Parisian house looked to 1950s London Teddy Girls for inspiration. Those zeitgeist-shifting young women wore traditionally male attire, including blazers, trench coats and dandies, as an expression of rebellious equality.
Fittingly, Chiuri revived this sometimes overlooked period of female style iconoclasm with bold, large, boxed tartans, in alternating checks of black in sets with green, red and…Read More
In Italia, of course, Milan is home to just about every major fashion house that matters – save Gucci and Ferragamo, who belong to fair Firenze.
But Rome is the unmistakable birthplace of Fendi. And while America was celebrating its 243rd birthday this past Thursday, the legendary house that gave us the coveted Baguette and Peekaboo bags was renewing its special bond with the Eternal City. Indeed, the fashion cognoscenti and a notable cast of cultural a-listers gathered at the Colle Palatino (the Pallatine Hill) to fête the Couture Fall/Winter 2019-20 collection.