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In the footsteps of Valentino Garavani, the Celine beach... L'Impératif Madame

2022-05-13T17:07:43.924Z

Back to what the editorial team absolutely wants to share this week. Celine, under the sun Full screen The Celine “Plein Soleil” boutique at the Bon Marché Rive Gauche Press What could be better than a game of petanque or mölkky to celebrate the return of sunny days? The Celine house inaugurated on Monday, April 30, an ephemeral boutique that will meet summer expectations. Called "Plein Soleil", this place was thought of as a small stretch of beach within the B



Celine, under the sun

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The Celine “Plein Soleil” boutique at the Bon Marché Rive Gauche Press


What could be better than a game of petanque or mölkky to celebrate the return of sunny days?

The Celine house inaugurated on Monday, April 30, an ephemeral boutique that will meet summer expectations.

Called "Plein Soleil", this place was thought of as a small stretch of beach within the Bon Marché in a nod to the spring summer 2022 fashion show of the French brand, filmed in Nice.

Structure in a tangle of wood, wooden slats painted in white lacquer evoking the seaside, straw lounge chairs... The architecture of the Celine concept store is the ideal place to discover the silhouettes imagined by Hedi Slimane and inspired by the aesthetic 'Saint Trop'.

Among the summer selection we can find handmade crochet dresses, light denim pieces or even wicker baskets.

All the beach clothes are also there: bathing suits, beach towels, Panama hats or caps in acid colors.

And of course a petanque and mölkky game set

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Meet on the ground floor of the Bon Marché Rive Gauche to discover the Celine “Plein Soleil” boutique until June 5th.

In the footsteps of Mr. Valentino

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The exhibition in honor of Valentino Garavani in Voghera, in his birthplace.

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A colorful birthday.

Wednesday, May 11, 2022 marked the start of celebrations in honor of the 90th birthday of Valentino Garavani, co-founder of the Valentino house.

With a style recognizable among a thousand, combining elegance, romance and emblematic color - it is to him that we owe the mythical Valentino red - the Italian designer has breathed powerful DNA into the label he founded with Giancarlo Giammetti. in 1960. So, what better than an exhibition to retrace his career?

The Italian house proposes to follow in his footsteps through an installation created at the Teatro Sociale, in Voghera, his hometown.

We discover there sketches, drawings, or even photographs signed Valentino Garavani as well as a selection of mythical red dresses, dating from the 1960s until the beginning of the 2000s.

I love Beauty, It's Not My Fault

(I love beauty, it's not my fault) of the creator, written in red, is also available in limited edition on the website.

All the information can be found on the valentino.com website.

Hawkings kids in Quicksilver

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The Quiksilver and Stranger Things collaboration Press


An intriguing dive into the fashion universe of the 1980s. For season 4 of the hit Netflix series, the Californian brand Quiksilver makes its official entry into the paranormal world of

Stranger Things

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“Over the past three years, we have worked closely with the series team.

The costume designers have immersed themselves in our archives to bring the brand's most emblematic pieces to life,” explained the Californian label.

It is therefore quite natural that a commercial collection was born from this rapprochement between the Quiksilver brand and the

Stranger Things series.

The years 1986 and 1987 are the initial inspirations for this capsule collection made up of T-shirts in acid shades, swimsuits inspired by the world of surfing or even hooded hoodies.

The icing on the cake, a pop-up store will allow you to discover the life-size collection.

To be found from May 20 in the Quiksilver pop-up store at 44 rue du Temple, in Paris in the 4th arrondissement.

The entire Quiksilver x Stranger Things collection will be unveiled following the launch of Season 4 on May 27.

A little piece of Ukraine in Paris

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Tripolar, a pop-up store supporting Ukrainian creation.

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Tripolar: Here is the name of the ephemeral shop which is established for 10 days in the 6th arrondissement of Paris to celebrate Ukrainian creativity.

A collective of artists made up of sculptors, furniture designers, upholsterers, or even videographers is meeting from this weekend to attend a moment of communion around the culture of the country invaded by Russia since on February 24, 2022. Ukrainian traditions and history will be at the center of this first artistic celebration.

Fashion will be represented by the unisex label inspired by Ukrainian youth Poustovit, as well as the timeless brand with straight cuts Bevza, or even the very chic ready-to-wear signed Bobkova.

Limited edition Tripolar t-shirts will even be available for sale.

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An ephemeral boutique open from May 7 to 17 from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. at 169 Boulevard Saint-Germain in Paris.

Creativity in Trance

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Transe joins forces with Boris Mikhaïlov Press

A project as creative as it is useful.

Transe, the inclusive Parisian brand returns with a brand new high-flying collaboration this May.

In association with the Ukrainian international artist and photographer Boris Mikhaïlov, the label presents “Outcast”, a collection made up of twenty-six silhouettes highlighting the artist's works.

Printed on shirts or blazers, the photographer's creations flourish on this poetic and sensitive capsule.

The Transe brand also called upon the Ukrainian workshop Perkasa Studio to create embroidered ribbons made from rolls of photographic film.

To conclude this celebration of Ukrainian creation, a short exhibition at the Galerie Iconoclaste, located in the 2nd arrondissement of Paris, is to be discovered until

to Friday, May 13 in the evening.

The opportunity to come and admire the collection as well as the photographs of Boris Mikhaïlov.

All proceeds from sales of the collection will be donated to Samu Social Paris and Kyiv Prides, to help the LGBTQ+ community in Ukraine.

An exhibition to be found at 20 rue Danielle Casanova, in Paris in the 2nd arrondissement.

The photographs and the collection will be available from June on

transeparis.com.

Second hand swimsuits

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Swimsuit Press

Unique swimsuits.

The Parisian brand created by Clara Blocman is in turn launching a circular initiative which here concerns swimwear.

To do this, the Ysé brand offers its customers the opportunity to drop off their swimsuits in stores for reduction vouchers of 15 to 40 euros.

The items collected then go to the HAWA au feminine centre, which promotes the reintegration of women who are far from the labor market.

The team sorts, cleans, washes… No step is left to chance to be able to sublimate the bathing suit already worn in the best possible way.

Ultimate transformation: the embroiderers repair invisibly or embroider patterns by hand to camouflage small defects linked to use.

An initiative to be found from May 16 at the “Seconde Vie” pop-up at 16 Boulevard des Filles du Calvaire in the 11th arrondissement of Paris.

Source: lefigaro

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