The world’s largest Saint Laurent’s boutique merchandise by Hedi Slimane has landed on Avenue Montaigne in Paris. We recognize the Hedi Slimane’s touch with a minimalist boutique composed mainly of marble, metal and mirrors.
“The store concept is an essential ingredient of the reformation by Mr. Slimane and the new strategic direction of the house,” Paul Deneve, president and chief executive officer of Yves Saint Laurent, told WWD.
The boutique offering a wide range of men’s and women’s ready-to-wear products and accessories that helped Saint Laurent report a 16.9 percent revenue gain in the first quarter.
After touring Moscow, Shanghai, Beijing and Guangzhou, Paris is the new step for the Chanel exhibition between 5 may and 5 June. Curated by Jean-Louis Froment at the Palais de Tokyo, the exhibition brings together art, photography, films and others archived pieces enabling visitors to uncover the history and inspiration that led Coco Chanel to create Chanel N°5.
Renowned French boutique colette teams up with Parisian brand Brooklyn We Go Hard to produce this limited edition tee. Colorful graphics reminiscent of Spike Lee’s 1989 classic film Do the Right Thing. Limited to just 60 units, the colette x BWGH tee is set to release today at colette.
Designer Rick Owens moved from California to Paris a decade ago, bringing his signature blend of glamour and grunge to the namesake fashion and furniture lines he launched there. Here is an exclusive look inside his Paris home.
French department store Galeries Lafayette could be preparing to buy out rival retailer Printemps, according to reports this morning. The two fashion giants both have huge flagship stores in Paris.
According to French business magazine Challenges, the company would spend approximately €1.6 billion, on the buyout.
The speculation has been denied from Printemps’ owner, the Borletti Group – with a spokesperson stating: “Borletti Group has no intention to sell.” No comment has yet been made from Galeries Lafayette, which for 2011 announced annual revenues of 2.9 billion euros (£2.36 billion).
4 new guest members will present their spring – summer 2013 collection during the Haute Couture Paris calendar set for january 21 to 24. The french duo Lefranc Ferrant, Jordanian-born, Canada-based designer Rad Hourani, Hervé Leroux, the designer formerly known as Hervé Léger and Zuhair Murad, Lebanese designer. Those houses will be scheduled on the last day of couture week.
The exhibition of the Little Black Jacket Chanel’s classic revisited by Karl Lagerfeld and Carine Roitfeld will open at the Grand Palais from the 10th november to 25th. Take a look to the teaser just bellow and the interesting E-experience before the exhibition.