Burberry in Venice, a Nahmias store makeover in LA & more 

Burberry in Venice, a Nahmias store makeover in LA & more 

by Ollie Cox
5 min

March is looking mega. Burberry is opening a store in Venice, Gymshark is launching at Selfridges, and there’s some signed Ronnie Wood artwork available on Carnaby Street. If that’s got you interested, keep reading to see what’s going on around the world. 

Burberry is back in Venice

Burberry has returned as the headline sponsor of the British Pavilion at the 60th International Art Exhibition, La Biennale di Venezia. This time around the British Council has commissioned artist and filmmaker John Akomfrah RA to represent the UK at the Biennale. His commission is titled “Listening All Night to The Rain” and will be available to view at La Biennale di Venezia from Saturday, April 20 to Sunday, November 24. 

Nahmias Collaborates with Andrés Reisinger 
Nahmias x Andrés Reisinger ©

Emerging luxury menswear designer Nahmias has teamed up with artist and designer Andrés Reisinger for a capsule collection and a groundbreaking gallery and take over at the Maxfield store in Los Angeles. The collaboration marks the coming together of digital and physical artistry as Reisinger’s iconic work into a wearable capsule collection. If this is a bit of you, head to Nahmias and sort yourself out. 

Gymshark has launched in Selfridges 
Gymshark ©

Gymshark is getting massive, popping up in Selfridges Trafford and London. The space will see the activewear label launch a premium athleisure range: “Everywhere,” which will be available exclusively at Selfridges until early-mid April. From the gym to the sofa, Gymshark has you covered. 

Piano People In The Park is back in London
Piano In The Park ©

Piano People is a leading name in the Amapiano genre, and now it’s making waves with their first ever outdoor festival, “Piano People In The Park,” The event will take place on Friday, August 23, at Southwark Park and will be headlined by the Scorpion Kings. Sort your summer plans early and grab your pre-sale tickets here

Ronnie Wood is selling his art on Carnaby Street 
Rolling Stones ©

Rolling Stones legend Ronnie Wood has revealed a collectors series titled “Burning” that features three hand-signed prints: “Play on hands,” “Twang,” and “Weaving.” Each piece explores the interplay between Rolling Stones members, the sought-after artwork captures intense moments in performance when the band are “On Fire” and the audience “feeling the heat.” The prints are numbered and hand-signed by Ronnie Wood. There is a limited run of 495 prints that can be purchased at the RS No. 9 Carnaby. 

DSQUARED2 has opened a brand-new London Flagship

DSQUARED2 is opening up on New Bond Street, choosing the iconic shopping street as its latest London home. Inside, walls are adorned with hand-applied micro-cement, characterised by a robust tactile texture, creating chromatic variations in fossil and dusty tones. The space draws inspiration from the iconic London Underground, seen in tubular systems in bright sorbet colours. Head to 67 New Bond Street and get kitted out.  

Explore feminist art at The Tate

“Women in Revolt! Art and Activism in The UK,” is a first-of-a-kind exhibition exploring feminist art by over 100 women artists working in the UK. The exhibition shines a light on how networks of women used radical ideas and rebellious methods to contribute to British culture. The exhibition is running until 7 April, so check it out while you can. 

Berlin Fashion Week’s Concept Competition is live

Berlin Fashion Week will return on July 1-4, and this time around, the Berlin Senate Department for Economic Affairs, Energy, and Public Enterprises, together with the German Fashion Council, is once again organising the BFW concept competition. They are on the hunt for innovative presentation formats and event concepts, which are being sought and will be honoured with a prize of up to 25,000 euros. 

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