EMPORIO ARMANI COLLABORATES WITH C.P. COMPANY ON ITS 50TH ANNIVERSARY
Two streetwear favourites: Emporio Armani and C.P. Company merge in a celebratory collaboration coinciding their fortieth and fiftieth anniversaries. With passion to performance and functionality, the two brands morph their best values in a mens line full of upgraded urban staples, with close attention to materials, dyes and innovative fabric treatments.
Emporio’s urban colors, pure lines and essential design meet C.P.´s military inspired cuts and details such as iconic goggle hoods in carefully designed functionwear: cargo trousers, bomber jackets, raincoats in deep blues and whites, carried out through high-performance materials harmonically fuse into sleek high end pieces.
NEW STORE OPENING OF BALENCIAGA IN BERLIN
Berlins Haus Cumberland welcomes a new resident: BALENCIAGA’s new store opens it’s doors for customers in the heart of the capital. The brutalist stone facade with arched windows distinguishes itself from the polished neighbouring buildings.
The ground floor open plan shows raw, poured concrete, brushed metals and glas merging into a complex metropolitan experience in the best modernist Berlin tradition.
MISBHV X BROWNS COLLABORATION
The polish brand Misbhv launches a new exclusive collection for the boutique marketplace Browns Fashion featuring advanced, fashionable activewear. Suitable for all seasons, Misbhv introduces a line of versatile pieces starting from classic cycling shorts in lime green and pastel yellow to laid back monogame-staple in black and beige, followed by branded accessories in ski-chic. The comfy allrounders easily blend into layered streetstyle looks or serve as ultimate statement-pieces.
LACOSTE LAUNCHES LACOSTE GALLERY
Declaring their dedication for more social equality Lacoste is launching a one of a kind project using Augmented-Reality to create a virtual viewing and trading room for pieces from the Lacoste´s private art collection. The gallery offers 46 unique samples from the visual legacy of the brand: vintage campaign posters, original drafts by the first creative director Robert George, historic photographs of the family Lacoste and brands iconic illustrations.
The entire proceeds from the sales will be invested in projects partnering with the Lacoste foundation investing in local projects supporting education, sustainability and social integration of marginalised young adults.
The online gallery is accessible from the 8th of December 2021 in the USA, Mexico, Canada, Brasil, Argentina, France, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Sweden, Denmark, Spain, Portugal, UK, Japan, Kea and the Philippines HERE.
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