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Ignasi Monreal meets Gucci

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Ignasi Monreal meets Gucci

Mixing a classical art background with digital dexterity, Ignasi Monreal’s illustrations touch on ancient, contemporary and sometimes completely surreal themes at once. There’s the knight on horseback checking his smartphone, Pegasus resting in a Gucci parking lot or a clique of girls sitting in the clouds, fishing for airplanes.

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Condé Nast International Luxury Conference | Lisbon

Condé Nast International Luxury Conference | Lisbon
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Condé Nast International Luxury Conference | Lisbon
Pàtio Da Galé, Lisbon
18 April 2018 to 19 April 2018

 

The conference looks at the threads that bind countries across continents as the colonialism of the past connects with present and future. There are countries that are linked by language – like Brazil with Portugal; or social and cultural connections that brought French taste to Lebanon. Investment from new super-rich territories is flowing through these links as trade and consumer ties are re-established. This map of influences is already drawing fresh and valuable connections which, in return, offer powerful opportunities for the international luxury and fashion industry

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TCS Tkachuk Cork Style

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TCS Tkachuk Cork Style

Your attention is drawn to a presentation of an exclusive direction in modern art. That is to say the authorís handmade eco-bags and clutches made from wine corks.

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Fendi Studios at the Palazzo Della Civiltà Italiana

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Fendi Studios
Palazzo della Civiltà Italiana, Rome
From 27 October 2017 to 25 March 2018

 

Fendi presents the exhibition Fendi Studios, a celebration of the close bonds between the Roman Maison and the world of cinema. This immersive all-digital journey transforms visitors into characters in some of the famous movies to which Fendi contributed, from Italian New Wave to Hollywood blockbusters.

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Simon Procter solo show ‘Modeland and Mr. Lagerfeld’

Simon Procter solo show 'Modeland and Mr. Lagerfeld'Image courtesy of Kate Vass Galerie

Simon Procter solo show ‘Modeland and Mr. Lagerfel’
Kate Vass Galerie, Zürich
From January 31, 2018 to April 20, 2018

 

Painter, photographer and filmmaker Simon Procter grew up in a mining town in northern England. After having studied painting and sculpture at Trent University, he moved to Paris in the 1990s to work as a photographer. His innovative approach to capturing fashion shows, landed him an exhibition at the prestigious Colette gallery and soon led to a career as a fashion photographer.

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DIFFUSER

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DIFFUSER

Eyewear has been an expanding fashion item. However, there are too many unattractive, unfashionable items in the eyewear accessory market. Most items are for the female wearer and the choice for men is very limited.
The founder of the DIFFUSER brand Masaki Hirose questioned the situation and developed a line of attractive eyewear accessories, designed for men with a discerning taste.

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I AM BLACK VELVET / ERIK MORTENSEN – HAUTE COUTURE

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I AM BLACK VELVET / ERIK MORTENSEN – HAUTE COUTURE
Design Museum Danmark, Danmark
From June 16, 2017 to March 18, 2018

 

Erik Mortensen is the closest Denmark comes to the world of fashion in Paris. At age 16, he moved from a small town in the countryside to Copenhagen to become an apprentice with Holger Blom, the best-known Danish fashion designer of the 1930s and 1940s. By the time he was 22, he was on his way to Paris, where he ambitiously went after a position at the atelier of Pierre Balmain.

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