The Resort (or Cruise) collection is the most important one to fashion brands as it's on the sales floor the longest and is often most wearable. It’s also a fresh flow of new looks and just in time when you’re over heavy fall coats and are dreaming about your upcoming holiday apparel.
Nicholas Ghesquière presented his debut Louis Vuitton Cruise Collection for 2015 on May 17, in Monaco - the first time the house has presented such a collection in a show format.
The Cruise collection was significantly more embellished and playful than what Ghesquière did for Fall. He appeared to be having fun when designing this collection: collaging mismatched prints, embroidering lace with tiny seed beads, and accessorizing with spiky silver belts and gladiator sandal-boots that inched up toward the knees. Deep pink was paired with baby pink, and caution orange with yellow and sea blue—"a game of colors," he called it.
Keep an eye out for the energetic Louis Vuitton Cruise Collection at The Shops at Crystals later this Summer.
When men's designer Kim Jones showed the new Louis Vuitton collection in Paris, he continued to prove why he's the most formidable menswear designers in the game. Jones has a penchant for tapping into the centuries-old heritage of the fashion house and making it seem as relevant as ever. Taking the Damier signature checkerboard pattern and remaking it in black and dark blue.
The newly christened Damier Cobalt canvas collection is proof that you can teach an old print new tricks, and what's more—you can already purchase the coveted collection now! From luxurious bags to small accessories like wallets and card holders, the new collection offers something for every guy looking to upgrade his everyday carry.
New for Fall 2014, TOM FORD launches a range of unique and luxurious sneakers. Available in high and low-tops, there are 7 different colours in leather and 5 in velvet.
The handcrafted shoe is an emblem of luxury menswear. Each sneaker in the collection is made in Italian workshops over a one week process of stitching, polishing, and resting the leather. Artisans from second and third generation cobbler families produce eighty percent of the object by hand. The highest grade European leather, taken from the middle and most prized layer of the hide, is tanned with vegetable oils, waxes, and minerals and tinted with vegetable dyes to render leather that is supple, shiny, and strong. The shoemaker lightly irons and hammers the upper onto the last, which softens and shrinks the skin. It is then left for ten days, so that the shoe takes its shape slowly and deliberately. The sneakers are then hand polished in a process that takes 3 days to achieve a deep patina that is particularly noticeable on the toe. This authentic and time-tested process ensures a fit, comfort level, and longevity far superior to conventional ready-to-wear footwear.
The velvet version is soft, smooth and has an added depth of colour when it catches the light. Both versions are complimented by a white rubber sole and finished with the same attention to detail and handwork as all TOM FORD products.
On view for a limited time at The Shops at Crystals, from June 20th through July 6th - Van Cleef & Arpels cordially invites you to a private viewing of the new Timepiece Collection Poetic Astronomy™.
In 2014, Van Cleef & Arpels achieved its dream of reducing the scale of the heavens to the dimensions of a wristwatch. The Maison once again celebrates celestial orbits by drawing inspiration from the historic tradition of planetariums.
We welcome you to discover the timepiece collection revealed at the Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie in Geneva, Switzerland.
Please call 702.560.6556 or email email@example.com to schedule your private appointment.
Prada Driving Shoes are crafted with meticulous attention to every detail, and hand-stitched using the most intricate artisan shoemaking techniques.
The tubular construction and stitching on the last guarantee a well-made, comfortable shoe that fits around the foot as naturally as possible. The upper is laid out and secured by hand, then the vamp (upper front part of the shoe) attached using the traditional and exclusive puckered seam and more than 100 individual, hand-sewn stitches.
In addition to iconic materials, like Saffiano leather and calf suede, Prada also uses fine ostrich and crocodile skins which add to the sophistication and exclusive nature of the shoes.
A single expert shoemaker carries out the 200 steps of the process, assuring a lasting, superior quality and excellent product.