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Guccis Love Parade
Gucci has repeatedly seen various vast reforms since the arrival of creative director Alessandro Michele, and all pointed in a bright direction. Gaining inspiration from the on-set stories of his mother, Alexandro has yet again turned the tables in Guccis favor. Gucci Love Parade took over the Hollywood boulevard to present Alexandros second collection in the centenary years of the House.
With this, the much celebrated creative director presented a homage to the stars of the silver screen of the past and the present. The show took heights when some of the most unexpected faces turned up for a cameo at the red carpet laid out by Gucci. Alongside this, stars also gave a remarkable walk on the street-turned-runway for Gucci Love Parade.
Gucci has repeatedly seen various vast reforms since the arrival of creative director Alessandro Michele, and all pointed in a bright direction.
Cara Loves Karl Loves Cara
When Karl was among us, one person who was exceptionally close to his heart was none other than the talented actress Cara Delevinge. What united the two together was the shared creative energy and not to mention their love for fun, daring and each other. To carry on this legacy, Delevinge and the fashion brand Karl Lagerfeld have collaborated together to bring forth the Cara Loves Karl Loves Cara collection which is definitely a poignant one.
To promote the same and spread out the word, the actress, model, singer, writer and activist Cara Delevinge took to Instagram saying The Cara Loves Karl Loves Cara Collection will feature sustainable materials and focus on inclusive, gender neutral pieces. With so many emotions connected behind this collection, fans cannot wait for it to drop and we are all heart for it.
When Karl was among us, one person who was exceptionally close to his heart was none other than the talented actress Cara Delevinge.
Hand in Hand by Fendi
This just in, Fendi has announced the opening of doors of its Roman headquarters, Palazzo della Civilta Italiana. This is for the grand occasion of showcasing an exhibition that celebrated the Italian artisans most remarkable creative talent of the past.
While visiting this exhibition, one can expect to see 20 one-of-a-kind Fendi Baguette bags, developed by the brands artistic director for accessories and men’s wear Silvia Venturini Fendi in collaboration with 20 ateliers and workshops. All of these bags have been designed in various Italian regions from Trentino Alto Adige to Sicily and Valle dAosta. You can also find some alluring work of stones, precious metals, molded leather bags along with those made using special techniques like hand embroidery and weaving. The exhibition is named Hand in Hand and will remain open until November 28th. Start planning a visit.
Fendi has announced the opening of doors of its Roman headquarters, Palazzo della Civilta Italiana.