Valentino invites you to discover their exclusive ROUGE exhibit at The Shops at Crystals. The ROUGE exhibit showcases red-only ready-to-wear looks from the Pre-Fall 2013 Collection, as well as pieces from the Valentino Garavani “Rockstud Rouge” Collection, which consists of best-selling iconic accessories including handbags, shoes and small leather goods. Featuring linear compositions and all-over lacquered studs, the pieces are displayed within glossy red trunks for a high-impact statement.
Valentino’s ROUGE exhibit is located on the second level of The Shops at Crystals next to the ARIA entrance through November 13th.
Whether it was Paris, New York, or Milan, checkered prints could be found on runways around the world showcasing Fall 2013’s hottest trends. Apparel and accessories were covered in plaids, tartans and houndstooth patterns of all shapes and sizes on all types of materials including; knits, furs and even silks. Here is a closer look at our favorite checkered runway must-haves …
With Paris Fashion Week coming to a close, we have taken an interest in two of our most acclaimed designers, Stella McCartney and Saint Laurent. Just as we have seen in other Spring 2014 runway show’s this season, these two designers who both showed on the same day, couldn’t be more different in their entire presentation.
Stella McCartney made quite the statement with her collection by exemplifying an energetic ode to femininity with a contemporary twist. The show was confident with models strutting the runway in fluid lace-detailed dresses that fell to the hip effortlessly, sheer skirts that flashed a little thigh and plunging necklines that provided the perfect amount of sex appeal. “No matter what you wear from Stella – whether it’s a dress or a tracksuit – you feel a sense of elegance without having to try,” said Cara Delevgine, who walked in the show amongst other famous supermodels.
Runway Rock n’ Roll
Saint Laurent’s Hedi Slimane had a more steadfast approach satisfying his guilty rock n’ roll pleasure with a collection full of sexy separates and masculine silhouettes. The variety of prints used in the collection left the audience guessing with each new outfit that entered the runway.
For more of our favorite looks from Paris Fashion Week, make sure you visit our Pinterest page.
Loro Piana's new boutique at The Shops at Crystals showcases the new "Gifts" offering, including accessories and iconic products together with ladies, men’s and children’s lines.
Interiors of the store reflect the core brand values – simplicity of shape and line, timelessness, and attention to materials and finishes.
The constant focus on the product through its simple use of elegance and purity is denoted by the design and the materials utilized in the execution.
Wardrobes are in natural oak complemented by sand colored walls. Extra white glass highlights the true color of the apparel and accessories. All furnishings are upholstered in the finest Loro Piana fabrics and the soft interior lighting creates a warm and shadow-free environment.
The intimate atmosphere recalls a private drawing room, a space where expert sales associates provide the ultimate assistance to Loro Piana customers.
The entire concept is part of the ongoing narrative that has always been focused on quality, an interactive play of quality.
Experience Loro Piana’s new boutique located on the second level of The Shops at Crystals.
As part of Stella McCartney’s growing ethical business efforts, the Autumn Winter collection features a limited edition, Halloween themed ‘Arlo’ t-shirt to benefit the PADEM (Programmes d'Aide et de Développement destinés aux Enfants du Monde) charity. Made from organic cotton, the t-shirt features a bright orange Stella logo pumpkin print and is packaged in its own matching fabric bag. A percentage of sales will go to support PADEM’s efforts to fund the schooling of girls in the Kibera slum in Kenya with the goal of adding new classrooms, making more books available to students and helping the school in becoming self-sufficient.
For more information about PADEM visit www.padem.org