This week, fashion is keeping busy with Paris Fashion Week, but that isn’t all that’s happening. If you happen to be in Milan, make sure to check Etro’s new store, and if you’re in Ginza, Gucci is letting you take a look into its 102 years of brand history and archives. There’s also been some Kid Cudi statues that have popped up in Paris and in LA, the “Diva” exhibition in London, and a lot more.
Paris Fashion Week, here we are
Paris Fashion Week has officially kickstarter, with day one featuring another Louis Vuitton show by Pharrell. The rest of the schedule is looking booked and busy, with brands like Givenchy, Dior, Rick Owens, Valentino, KENZO, Yohji Yamamoto, and a bunch more showing their Fall/Winter 2024 menswear collections. Get ready for a week of madness.
Catch Gucci Visions in Ginza
“Gucci Visions” is the exhibition launched by the Italian heritage House originally in its Florence, Italy, homebase, taking a look at Gucci’s 102 year history. Now the exhibition has relocated to Gucci’s Ginza store in Tokyo, where you’ll be able to see inside the Italian craftsmanship process, and years and years of archival pieces.
Kid Cudi takes over Paris and Los Angeles for INSANO
In case you’ve been living under a rock, Kid Cudi just dropped INSANO, his new album. To celebrate the occasion, the Cleveland-born rapper has created massive installations, sculptures of himself, in Paris and in Long Beach, LA, with the statues standing at a reported 33 feet tall.
Etro just opened a store in Milan
During Milan Fashion Week, Etro wasn’t on the schedule to show a new collection, but it did still make an appearance. That appearance came in the form of a new store opening, located on the Via Monte Napoleone. Etro’s new store is dedicated to its menswear division, specifically honing in on its made-to-order service.
GOAT and PSG are opening a limited-time exhibition
The “PEOPLE OF PARIS” are hosting a limited-time exhibition, presented by GOAT and the football club Paris Saint-Germain, which will be open to the public between January 20 and 21. Continuing on the campaign launched late last year with Kylian Mbappé and others, the exhibition will showcase exclusive imagery, archival footage, and vintage football scarves, as well as offering a limited-edition zine, celebrating what PSG means to Parisian fans.
Catch the “Diva” exhibition in London
The Victoria & Albert museum in London is kicking off the year on the right foot, with its “Diva” exhibition, which examines the origin of the word and how it has evolved over time. The exhibition, set to travel to other destinations after its London stay, will showcase the best of fashion, worn by the likes of Billie Eilish, Rihanna, Cher, Tina Turner, Elton John, and many more. If this sounds like a bit of you, head here to grab your tickets before the exhibition ends on April 7.
A YOUNG HIKER brings global mountaineering to Paris
Ramdane Touhami is on a non-stop mission, with the designer-entrepreneur already having taken on the Officine Universelle Buly, the Drei Berge Hotel in Switzerland, and founding his own mountaineering magazine Useless Fighters. And now onto his next project, Touhami is opening A YOUNG HIKER in the Galerie de Valois, Paris, a mountaineering-focused fashion boutique, born out of the desire to highlight eastern brands to create a bridge between Tokyo, Seoul, Aspen, and Paris.
Immerse yourself at THE LUME’s “Connection” in Melbourne
The Melbourne-based art gallery, THE LUME, is currently inviting guests to explore the breathtaking “Connection,” an exhibition dedicated to celebrating the First Peoples’ art and music. “Connection” explores the culture and history of Australia through visual and audio artistic pieces, created by over 110 artists. Featuring over 650 paintings, this one is definitely one to visit before the exhibition ends on February 4.
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