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  • Carolina Herrera Tempo Rubato Collection
    “When I first heard the melody, I could imagine everything inside my mind.” With these words, Carolina Herrera explains how she felt when she listened to the London Contemporary Orchestra playing the version that Tom Hodge created exclusively for her. As a tribute to her passion for music, CH Carolina Herrera designs the Tempo Rubato Collection, showing harmony and solemnity, just like a musical piece. Minueto Rubato, a rigid full-bodied bag of medium size, and Mini Minueto Rubato, a smaller bag, but showing the same structured aspect. They come together with the Mussette Rubata bag, having the same volume and made of several types of leather, giving shape to an exceptional patchwork pattern.

  • Fendi Strap You
    Fendi, a pioneer in experimentation, launches Strap You, nine two-tone shoulder straps to personalize each bag, taking creative customization to the next level. Strap You is the perfect accessory to give a cool and fashion touch to the bag with an edgy individuality. Straps can be purchased individually and can be worn with any bag. In addition, they can be personalized adding initials, with two font sizes available. They are presented in classic leather or in exotic materials, such as python, or in multicolor stud embroidery, always in different colors, for a funny and trendy attitude. The functional snap-hook is either gold or silver to match all your favorite bags.

  • H&M Studio SS16
    H&M Studio is about taking every opportunity that comes all season long. The freedom of bohemia – prints, throw-on layers - mixes with the bliss of an endless beach summer, along with the functionality of the trekker and the sportiness of the urban girl. Clothes are like memories in sun-bleached shades, or patch worked to give new life. Whichever piece she’s wearing, it has to be effortless and ready for the next experience - whether she’s out in nature or on the streets of the city.

  • Loewe Chinese New Year Collection
    To celebrate Chinese New Year 2016, Loewe presents a special selection of handmade leather items, blending advanced craft and modern design with a traditional red palette to create gifts for the occasion. The special collection includes a red variation of the house’s latest icon, the Puzzle bag, made in Spain using the finest calfskin and engraved with a continuous Anagram pattern. Meanwhile, from Loewe’s wide selection of exclusive small leather items, a reversible red and black belt, made in Italy and featuring a gold Anagram buckle, makes the perfect gift for men of all ages.

  • Michael Aram at Bloomingdale’s – Dubai
    Michael Aram is an American-born artist who works primarily in metal. After studying fine art and living in New York as an artist in the late 1980s, Michael took what would become a life-altering trip to India where he discovered rich metalworking traditions. The artisan nature of the work imbues it with a soulful quality and energy, which Michael feels is only possible with work that reflects the hand of the maker. This energy is further enhanced by the tension of line, form, and meaning that is characteristic of Michael’s work. Michael launched Michael Aram Jewelry in celebration of his eponymous brand’s 25th anniversary. The jewellery is an organic extension of his signature motifs in precious metals and gemstones, capturing the beauty, significance, and whimsy of nature.

  • Net A Porter to launch Mansur Gavriel
    The website will be the first global online retailer to carry Mansur Gavriel’s debut shoe collection. The much anticipated collection consists of four styles in various heel heights which come in suede and tanned vegetable leather and will be available in six colourways on the site for two weeks before any other retailer.

  • Sandro x Superga
    Chic and effortlessly fashionable Parisian fashion house, Sandro has teamed up with Italian footwear manufacturer Superga to create a capsule collection for the upcoming Spring Summer 2016 Collection. Evelyne and Ilan Chetrite, Sandro’s creative directors, have come up with three new interpretations of the iconic 2750, the world’s first tennis shoe, using the technology of vulcanized rubber, which was originally created by Walter Martiny for Superga.

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