Berluti has two new sneakers; Hermès’ Twilly perfume gets a spicy little sister, Louis Vuitton’s heart beats for a new floral fragrance, Saint Laurent is trying to leave us with collector’s FOMO, Tiffany &. Co puts color on some of their hit jewels and that’s all the Tea, … It’s all here, it’s all new and it’s all things you’ll be coveting this Fall.
Pink peppercorn, fresh rose and captivating patchouli are the new olfactive combination of the young and impetuous Hermès woman. Launched two years after its joyful and versatile big sister Twilly, Twilly Eau Poivrée is Hermès in-house perfumer Christine Nagel’s spicy and voluptuous variation on the first fragrance. Infusing a dash of heat and volatile freshness while drifting away from the original essence, the bottle’s round lines and pinker tones challenges the senses and proudly sports the Hermès signature touch: a silk scarf tied around her neck.
Tiffany’s signature ‘T’ collection gets a rainbow revamp. Launching this month, the New York-based jeweler is adding colors to its most recognizable pieces. Reimagined with touches of black onyx, mother-of-pearl, pink opal and the signature icy turquoise, the new designs are interpreted in three series. Color Theory sees the iconic ‘T’ wire bracelets transformed with luxurious gemstones, while Full Circle introduces 18K rose gold pendants, and To A ‘T’ morphs the ‘T’ square rings into vibrantly hued jewels. A ‘T’ for every occasion, breakfast included – and that’s the T.
Parisian no more, Valerie Messika‘s jewelry brand is spreading its wings beyond the French capital. This September, the House will debut a new set of Messika jewels, the Lucky Moves, and introduce it with a hot new campaign fronted by three iconic models: Kate Moss, Joan Moss and Sylvia Hoeks. A collection made for strong, independent, bold women, the models embody the spirit of the line. Creative directed by Mert & Marcus, the rounded-shaped golden talismans’ energy combined with the attitude of its fierce ambassadors is everything the jewelry world needed this season. Valerie’s new gang is fiesty and free.
Wonder what true love smells like? Louis Vuitton’s Grasse-based Master Perfumer, Jacques Cavallier Belletrud, has a knack for creating poetic fragrances with names synonymous with emotive olfactive adventures. After the spellbinding Ombres Nomade and the sun-drenched Les Sables Roses, the storied brand is now launching Coeur Battant, a woody floral fragrance where voluptuous accents of crisp pear and Egyptian jasmine marry harmoniously with pure patchouli and fresh narcissus. An intense aroma to infuse your life with this season.
Saint Laurent has a new hotspot for everything Parisian Chic. Their newly revamped Rue Saint Honoré boutique (in the prime ex-Colette space) will now be offering holy grail items from limited edition collections, vintage pieces, books, music, furniture and a range of collectibles, all YSL-stamped and carefully curated by the brand’s creative director, Anthony Vaccarello. For our friends across the pond, they need have no FOMO: the store has a floor to ceiling mirrors-on-marble sister, right on Rodeo Drive. The YSL lifestyle is up for grabs, and it is trés, trés, chic.
Berluti, the Paris-based shoemaker-turned-full-flung fashion House, is launching two new sneaker styles: The Shadow merges athleisure’s codes and ancestral shoe-making craftsmanship into a soft and featherweight nylon knit silhouette, available in classic black, navy, and minimalist white; The Playground, available in both navy and white, reimagines every-day, casual sneakers with an elegant touch. Both made in Italy, the House’s masterful know-how is more accessible than ever.
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