Time flies, so to keep you in the loop, we’ve rounded up all the important snippets of fashion news from the past seven days into one neat feature. This week includes Saint Laurent’s beachside gallery for Art Basel, Lanvin’s Parisian remodel, and the promise of a debaucherous night out with Telfar Clemens.
Annie Leibovitz releases a book of her fashion photography
Expect Sarah Jessica Parker in front of a mountain of pillows, Natalia Vodianova as Alice and Marc Jacobs as the Caterpillar, and Andrew Garfield, Lily Cole and Lady Gaga as Hansel, Gretel and the Wicked Witch.
Saint Laurent heads to Miami Beach
For the latest installation of Saint Laurent’s immersive Rive Droite project, Anthony Vaccarello has partnered with Japanese artist Sho Shibuya, launching a gallery-cum-café that’s located quite literally on Miami beach. In the ephemeral gallery space sits Shibuya’s latest project, titled 55 Sunrises, in which 55 canvases act as a visual diary of cultural news and the view from Shibuya’s room during his morning meditations, all in lieu of the 55th anniversary of Saint Laurent’s first Rive Droite boutique opening in Paris. It’s not like we’re dropping major hints, but we hope someone does something on this scale for our 55th birthday…
Lanvin reopen their Parisian flagship
As part of Bruno Sialelli’s new direction for the famed French luxury house, which has seen campaigns starring Paris Hilton and stylish nods to Gotham City, Lanvin have reopened their alluring flagship store on Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré. Spotlighting all of the label’s new wares over three floors, inside the space has been totally reimagined with flourishes of modern craftsmanship and a good few frocks and suits too. The space also boasts a boatload of natural light, with the outside still upholding its own traditional architecture in a colossal meeting of old and new.
The Lanvin historical store of 22, rue du Faugourg Saint Honore in Paris, France – Photo ©Kristen Pelou
Telfar is putting on a club night in London
Telfar Clemens knows EXACTLY how to have a good time. Bringing joy to fashionistas far and wide with his signature shopper totes, Real Housewives shoutouts and collaborations with UGG and White Castle (the American fast-food joint), for his next trick Clemens is bringing his hedonistic world of New York nightlife to London’s The Standard with NTS. Hosted by iconic the East London club collective known as PDA (founded by Mischa Notcutt, Ms Carrie Stacks and Akinola Davies Jr.), this gaff is sure to have sweat-dripping right off the ceiling. Register for tickets here.