This week, Louis Vuitton reopened the doors to its boutique on 22 avenue Montaigne, revealing a fabulous new space! A transformation by architect Peter Marino.
In an extension of its colognes and Parfums des Jardins fragrances, which FYP has previous blogged and raved about, Hermès has now unveiled their ‘Le Bain’ range: a line of shower gels, invigorating milks, moisturizing balms and creamy soaps made with the French brand’s signature scents.
What’s more, you can create your own collection of three bespoke soaps, choosing from the different scents available and the iconicHermès scarf prints for the box. Time to start forming a queue at their doors behind us!
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Ever wondered what the mystery of Chanel’s classic colours are?
Well lean in and listen close, as FYP gives you the definitve 3 minute lesson on Chanel and their colour philosophy.
Launched over 90 years ago, Chanel No.5 is the most iconic perfume of all time and the advertising campaigns are always a grand affaire.
So it’s big news that Brazilian model Gisele Bündchen has just been announced as the perfume’s new face, replacing previous poster boy Brad Pitt.
The world’s highest-earning supermodel has modelled for everyone from H&M and Victoria’s Secret to Dolce & Gabbana, and she’ll be teaming up with Baz Luhrmann, the flamboyant director of The Great Gatsby, who oversaw the most expensive Chanel No.5 campaign of all time, starring Nicole Kidman.
At FYP HQ, we are counting down the hours till we get a sneaky preview of the new advertising campagin! What this space!
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Over the weekend, recently appointed Louis Vuitton CD Nicolas Ghesquière showed his first Cruise collection for the heritage house. Hot on the heels of Dior’s Cruise ferry and Chanel’s Dubai bonanza, Louis Vuttion’s new season offering was a colourful nod to the late 60s/ early 70s, with gently flaring trousers and punchy prints at the heart of the collection.
Here’s a quick run down of what happened…
Everyone’s talking about Monaco right now, thanks to last week’s world preview of Grace of Monaco at the Cannes Film Festival. The Vuitton show was set right near the Palais Princier de Monaco (where Prince Albert II and the Grimaldi family live) in a made-for-the-event glass box and it was a venue fit for a king… or at least Princess Charlene of Monaco.
According to reports online, the show was far more exclusive (only 350 guests in attendance) than the Chanel and Dior shows this month and the set was designed in a way where every guest got an front row view.
Departing from the architecture and structure that gave his Balenciaga designs cult status, Ghesquière’s second collection for Vuitton was filled with more of the fit-and-flare shape he introduced in his AW14 show, but he also added slip dresses, long-sleeved evening jumpers over slim-cut flares and fine-knit shift dresses, too. Colour-wise, lemon yellows, pastel pink, gold, orange and black were mixed up with retro-curtain florals, from boudoir pretty to Mad Men style, and finished with splashes of egg-yolk, poster-paint red and power pink.
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British shoe brand Jimmy Choo is preparing to launch its first personalization service, offering each of its clients the opportunity to customize the Anouk, Lance, Xenie and Tite models.
This unique opportunity will be available from the 19th of May 2014, in Jimmy Choo’s Parisian boutiques, making it even harder to resist!
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