What’s new in lifestyle news? #7


Gosset unveils its new champagne

“This is the House’s first vintage Blanc de Blancs,” rejoices Odilon de Varine, Cellar Master at Maison Gosset. This special cuvée titled Gosset Celebris is the result of the perfect balance of the Chardonnays of the year 2012. The nine years of maturation have enabled this exceptional nectar to develop in the mouth, an aromatic complexity worthy of the secular know-how of the Gosset House. This champagne, made from 100% Chardonnay, is recognizable by the finesse of its bubbles. Limited to 15,000 bottles only, the Gosset Celebris Blanc de Blancs 2012 can be found on the Gosset website: https://www.champagne-gosset.com/check-legal/

Gosset Celebris BdB 2012-atmosphere 1.jpg
Gosset unveils its first Blanc de Blancs champagne.

DR

The Apple watch revisited by Hermès

Every year in September, the great mass of Silicon Valley is held: the Apple keynote. During this conference, the new iPhone and Apple Watch are presented. The opportunity for Hermès to unveil its collaborative creations. A partner of the Apple brand since 2015, a Hermès version of the Apple Watch is released each year, in addition to leather goods accessories designed to protect the technologies of the American giant. This year, the original saddler presents a face specially designed for the Apple Watch 8. Creative and recreational, the horse that adorns this wallpaper blinks its eyes in standby mode, and opens them when the user decides to read time.
In addition to this chic and fun connected watch, the house has also designed fancy leather key rings for the AirTags, to ensure that the wearer never has to search for his keyring or his favorite nomadic objects again.
To be found on the websites https://www.hermes.com/fr/fr/ or https://www.apple.com

unnamed.jpg
Hermès and Apple, a collaboration celebrating its 7th anniversary.

DR

A dichotomous vision of fashion

Ralph Lauren’s style has always been a subtle blend of English classicism, the stylistic ardor of American students, and formal military heritage. This fall, the American label is returning to its roots by unveiling Polo Originals, a collection combining traditional suits in green and brown Shetland tweed, parkas or trench coats. Or the very Anglo-Saxon cricket sweaters and Fair Isle sweaters. Embodied by the University of St Andrews rugby team as well as young tailors in Terrence Connors’ short film, this new collection highlights a sophisticated and energetic youth. The pieces of this collection can be found in store or on the website: https://www.ralphlauren.fr

image008.png
Ralph Lauren rediscovers its origins.

DR

Virgil Abloh’s Vuitton revolution

“Virgil was not only a genius designer, a visionary, he was also a man with a beautiful soul and great wisdom. It was with his words that Bernard Arnault spoke of the designer who revolutionized men’s fashion for Louis Vuitton, between 2018 and 2021, tragically deceased. This genius designer, inspired by the hip-hop style of the 90s, the Wizard of Oz, or even James Baldwin brought a very personal touch to the Vuitton universe. Immerse yourself in the stylist’s colorful universe through this beautiful book published by Assouline: « Louis Vuitton: Virgil Abloh ». This book can be found on the website: https://eu.assouline.com

VirgilAbloh.png
Virgil Abloh revolutionized Louis Vuitton men’s fashion.

© Bodgan “Chilldays” Plakov
© Louis Vuitton Malletier

A perfumed work by Sisley

To decorate the bottle of its Eau du Soir, Sisley has called on multidisciplinary New York artist Sydney Albertini for the second time. After a first successful collaboration in 2020, the cosmetics brand is once again placing its trust in it in 2022 for a graphic and colorful rendering. With her fairy hands, Sydney, who paints, sculpts and sews, drapes the bottle of the House’s iconic perfume with an enchanting abstract decor. To crown his work, the artist caps his creation with an elegant sculpted cap, revealing the face of a woman. This original edition of Eau du Soir by Sydney Albertini can be found in department stores and perfumers in the Sisley network.

image.png
The Eau du Soir bottle by Sisley designed by Sydney Albertini.

DR

The flowered armchairs of Aline Asmar D’Amman

Aline Asmar D’Amman, famous architect and designer presents a collection of furniture and lighting, in close collaboration with The Invisible collection. Unveiled during Design Week held in Paris in early September, the centerpiece of this elegant collection caught the full attention of the editorial staff. Georgia is the name of the pale pink circular armchair whose backrest is gracefully braided. Aline Asmar was inspired by the flowers drawn by the American painter Georgia O’keeffe, to give this piece a subtle blend of sensuality, comfort and modernity. The Georgia chairs are available in three sizes, and can be found on the website: https://theinvisiblecollection.com/fr/product/aline-asmar-d-amman-canape-georgia/

Georgia.png
The Georgia conversation lounge, designed by architect and designer Aline Asmar D’Amman.

DR

Leather goods for babies

Known for its Made in Carcassone bags, as practical as they are sturdy, L/UNIFORM unveils its range for newborns. Through its birth set, which ranges from a notebook cover, to a changing mat, via a tool bag or an irresistible carry-on suitcase, the leather goods manufacturer provides parents with optimal and stylish management of the many needs of their children. These sober, solid and light bags are fully customizable: whether to choose the color of the canvas or to write your child’s name, L/UNIFORM provides a tailor-made service. The different pieces of this collection can be found on the website: https://luniform.com

L:UNIFORM.png
L/UNIFORM unveils a collection dedicated to young parents.

DR

window.fbAsyncInit = function() { FB.init({

appId : '1103625743116782',

xfbml : true, version : 'v2.9' }); };

(function(d, s, id){ var js, fjs = d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0]; if (d.getElementById(id)) {return;} js = d.createElement(s); js.id = id; js.src = "https://connect.facebook.net/en_US/sdk.js"; fjs.parentNode.insertBefore(js, fjs); }(document, 'script', 'facebook-jssdk'));

Laisser un commentaire