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  • The Most Worthy Investment in a Classic Celine Bag

    As a brand-name handbag lover, Celine handbags will be included in the wish list, and the price of Celine handbags will increase even more. Even though Celine's creative director has experienced Phoebe Philo and Hedi Slimane, Celine handbags are still the brand's flagship product. New handbags will be launched every season. Many handbag styles have become classics. New colors will be added every season. To be realistic, just buy a Celine handbag and it can be used for more than 5 years at any time. The following styles are all Celine classics. Most of all, instead of renewing handbags every season, it is better to be a smart woman and invest in a brand-name handbag that will not go out of fashion. Celine Trio Bag Series The entry-level style of Celine's many handbags is also the first Celine handbag that many people buy. The three pouchbags are designed together, with practicality as the prerequisite. It can be carried on the side or used as a handbag. Multi-purpose design, very popular with ladies, and Celine Trio handbags are divided into 2 sizes. Celine Belt Bag Series Launched in 2014, also known as "Catfish Bag", it is a recent hot style of Celine bag. The long strap in front of the bag is the design highlight of the handbag, and the Celine Belt series is multi-purpose, which can be carried by the hand and sideways. It is a good choice for backpack, work or holiday. With the hot sale of the Celine Belt Bag series, Celine has launched the Nano Belt Bag series, which provides a wider choice for petite girls. Celine Triomphe Bag Series Many people are surprised that Hedi Slimane joined Celine, but Hedi Slimane does not have a one-size-fits-all Celine handbag market, and launched the Celine Triomphe series of handbags. The Celine Triomphe series of handbags are decorated with distinctive TRIOMPHE metal logo pocket buckles. The pocket buckles are drawn from the logo used by Celine in the 1970s. The design is inspired by the chains surrounding the Arc de Triomphe in Paris. The design is elegant and stylish, and it has become one of Celine's classic handbags since its launch. The Celine Triomphe series of handbags are even more loved by the younger generation. Lisa, a member of the Korean group Blackpink, often shows people the Celine Triomphe series of handbags. Blackpink Lisa has a special liking for the Celine Triomphe series of handbags. Even in the romantic flower capital, she always uses the Celine Triomphe series of handbags to match the shape. Celine Triomphe Canvas Bag series The Celine Triomphe Canvas handbag series, also a masterpiece of Hedi Slimane, reshaped the brand for the first time in 1972. It was inspired by the TRIOMPHE logo on the iron chain around the Arc de Triomphe in Paris. It is made of printed coated canvas and has a very retro taste. The entire series has a variety of handbag designs in different shapes to meet the preferences of different fashion people. Among the Celine Triomphe Canvas handbag series, the most popular point must be the tote bag design, which has a high usage rate and is easy to match. Boys can also use the Celine Triomphe Canvas series tote bag, and Korean star Zico is one of the supporters. The other is called Avabag, which is also a kind of Celine Triomphe Canvas. The half-moon-shaped handbag is the focus of the season's trend. Of course, Blackpink Lisa has caught up. Celine Classic Box Bag Series The Celine Classic Box series of handbags has also followed the pace of the times in recent years and launched the Teen Classic Box series with a smaller size. Celine Luggage Bag Series The Celine Luggage handbag, known as the "smiley face bag", is also the design of the first round of handbags launched by Phoebe Philo. As soon as it was launched, it immediately appeared on the waiting list in the store. With the hot sale of Luggage, Celine launched a mini version of Luggage Nano, which is easy to match with the side straps. Celine 16 Bag Series Recently, Lady Gaga's most commonly used handbags must be the Celine16 series. She has made public appearances with Celine16 handbags many times. The simple dress adds to the elegance of the Celine16 series handbags. Angelia Jolie also loves the Celine16 series handbags. The white one-piece dress and the side back use the Celine16 series handbags to easily create a sense of immortality. Chinese supermodel Liu Wen wears Celine Large Soft 16 series handbags with casual wear, exuding casual fashion.

  • What Fendi Bags to Buy in 2023?

    The famous Italian luxury brand Fendi always gives people a noble feeling. As the earliest leather family, Fendi is most famous for its It Bag—the baguette bag! So besides the baguette bags, what other bags are worth starting with Fendi? Today, the editor is here to recommend some of Fendi's best-selling bags, all of which are the best-selling bags this year! People who want to buy Fendi's bags can refer to it! Fendi Peekaboo ISeeU Official website price: $4,400-$8,400 The Fendi Peekaboo Iconic handbag is a design launched by creative director Silvia Venturini Fendi in 2009, and it is still a must-have bag for many girls today! The leather side of the large and medium Peekaboo Iconic can hang down to reveal the inside of the bag, which echoes the meaning of Peekaboo's "hide and seek" and is very cute. The outside of the bag is leather, and the inside is the classic design of the double F pattern. There are various styles: studs, velvet, little monsters, bead studs, embroidery, acrylic, and so on. The super cute Micro Peekaboo mini model launched in 2014 has become the most popular It Bag! Up until now, this Fendi classic handbag is still the key bag of the brand, and it is constantly introducing new ones! Almost every year, Fendi will launch a new design of Peekaboo with an iconic design that is not afraid of being outdated, more special, or more practical. The latest Fendi Peekaboo ISeeU and Medium Peekaboo ISeeU bags in autumn and winter 2023 also have a small inner bag. This small inner bag is very cute. It can be taken off separately, and different materials and colors can be changed. Customize your own hot-stamped letters! The body of the Peekaboo ISeeU continues the classic design with double-sided openings and a single handle. Compared with the classic Peekaboo, the new Peekaboo ISeeU has a more concise and straight line and is more angular. The first three-layer organ design on the side of the bag makes the bag more three-dimensional and textured! The material of Peekaboo ISeeU has different options. The leather version of PeekabooISeeU is made of delicate calfskin, and the inside is soft lambskin. There are also special felt material models, embroidery elements, and so on. Peekaboo ISeeU has launched a total of three sizes this time, namely Medium, East-west, and Pochette. The size of East-West is smaller than that of Medium; the bag is wider and narrower; and the shape is closer to a rectangle. Equipped with adjustable shoulder straps and handles like the medium size, it can be carried by hand, on one shoulder, or across the body. The Pochette style has no handle, only a thin shoulder strap, and there are many styles. There is also a tassel style, which can also be used as a handbag. Fendi Baguette Bag Official website price: $770–$13800 The Fendi Baguette Underarm Bag was designed by Silvia Venturini Fendi, the third-generation head of the Fendi family, in 1997. This small and slender handbag can just be clipped under the armpit because the bag is slender, much like The feeling of the French returning home with a baguette is casual and lazy, hence the name "Baguette"! The classic scene of "Sex and the City": the heroine Kelly was robbed; she didn't care to scream, but she was reluctant to part with the FENDI in her hand: "It's not a bag, it's a Baguette!" This is not an ordinary bag; this is a baguette Bag! What a bag-addicted woman! The baguette bag was popular all over the world at the beginning of the 21st century, and it became the it Bag that almost every celebrity at that time had! The baguette bag is the classic style of the Fendi family. It has released more than 1,000 styles, and it is still introducing new ones, so it will never be out of date. From last year to this year, this is the most important year for the baguette bag. In addition to the return of this legendary bag by the Fendi brand, the family of the series is more complete. In addition to fine-tuning the size, because of the trend of ultra-mini bags in recent years, the baguette bag is also out of the super mini size, the Nano Baguette. There are many choices in patterns and materials. In addition to solid color models and classic FF jacquard models, there are also many printed models, embroidery models, and many special elements, such as beads, weaving, tassels, etc.; the colors are fresh and suitable for summer, and some are retro. Perfect for fall and winter! Equipped with a long shoulder strap, in addition to wearing it under the armpit, it can also be carried by hand, hand, or cross-body! The FENDI Baguette bag series currently has three sizes: Baguette standard, Mini mini, and ultra-mini Nano Baguette. Nano Baguette is a more elegant chain bag; the temperament of a little fairy comes out in minutes on the back; and there is also a charm style with a ring on the top of the bag! Fendi Mon Tresor Bucket Bag Official website price: $1290–$16200 The bucket bag style has been popular for many years. The cute shape, special fit, and special concave shape are added with triple buffs and have always been sought after by actresses and fashion trendsetters! Fendi's Mon Tresor small bucket bag design was launched in the spring and summer of 2018. It is equipped with a drawstring and FENDI metal logo decoration. It became the hot style of the year soon after its launch! Tresor means "treasure" in French, symbolizing a treasure. This small, playful, and cute bucket bag is loved by all kinds of actresses and fashionistas to match different styles! Mon Tresor bucket bags are available in solid colors and presbyopic double F models. The logo is not printed but directly engraved on the machine, and it will feel concave and convex to the touch. In order to allow everyone to freely mix and match, a lot of different colors have been launched. The summer color is relatively fresh and pink, and the logo style is more suitable for autumn backs. It is perfect to match with a coat! Although the Mon Tresor series only has one MINI size, although the bag is small, it can be loaded, but it is enough to accommodate the daily necessities of girls, and each handbag is equipped with two detachable shoulder straps, one long and one short, which can be crossbody, single shoulder, or hand in various ways of carrying.

  • How Niche Brands Survive Among the Competition?

    The 9th edition of Altagamma Consumer and Retail Insight, held at the Fondazione Cariplo Congress Center in Milan, discussed the luxury sector. The evolution of consumer and retail Altagamma Chairman Matteo Lunelli and Managing Director Stefania Lazzaroni presented two new studies at the event: "True-Luxury Global Consumer Insight" in cooperation with Boston Consulting Group (hereinafter referred to as "BCG") "Luxury Retail Evolution" in collaboration with Bernstein and several major Italian brands in lifestyle, premium, and consumer goods retail At the opening of the conference, Matteo Lunelli, Chairman of Altagamma, emphasized that "the consumption propensity of high-end consumers is growing in double digits. The number of points of sale is stable, increasing in size significantly, and creating unique experiences that are increasingly personalized and unique. Consumer habits, values, and omni-channel distribution methods are changing, while new collaboration and integration strategies are emerging both downstream and upstream of the supply chain." To summarize the key highlights from both reports: Big brands "fight" for stores; how can small brands respond? Luca Solca, Senior Luxury Industry Analyst at Bernstein, presents the first report, Luxury Retail Evolution, saying that "big brands have begun to gradually build larger, more meaningful, and more profitable stores... which is the right thing to do, because in a world where you can shop from your phone, and the stores have to be good enough to be worth going to. The problem is, the smaller brands can’t afford the cost of these stores." Luca Solca investigated the evolution and prospects of the retail strategies of luxury companies and found that since 2019, the store network of major luxury brands has shrunk by about 1%. Luxury retail is still concentrated in relatively few cities, with the top 25 cities holding about 40% of luxury stores. Milan's failure to crack the top 10 is partly due to the shrinking size of the famous fashion district, Via della Spiga, and the relatively few major brands opening stores at the local airport. Above: The top 25 cities have about 40% of luxury stores. At the same time, the flagship stores have grown in size and quality over the years, with large and very important stores incorporating elements of the brand's specific DNA and the local city in which they are located in the store architecture. However, these large stores "do not represent a loss". On the contrary, due to the corresponding investment in communication, the turnover may reach hundreds of millions of euros, and the profit margin is very high. At the same time, these new flagship stores have also become destinations for many tourists due to their huge scale, which far exceeds the normal function of the store. Above: FY 2022, FY 2022, FY 2022, and EBIT Margin of Major Luxury Companies Retail upgrades extend from flagship stores to events, pop-up stores, exhibitions, collaborations, and more. Competition is expanding, putting pressure on smaller competitors. And in the luxury industry, scale is a key competitive advantage, helping to further widen the gap between big brands and the rest. In the 90 years from 1932 to 2022, the competition in the luxury goods industry has been continuously escalating. From 1932, when Omega sponsored sports events, to 2022, when Gucci opened a metaverse store, brands have spared no effort in creating new ways to play. Luca Solca also said that smaller brands need to be creative and open stores that "make an impression." Niche brands need to be down-to-earth, humble, and realistic, look for new locations that cost less, and open "affordable" stores. According to Luca Solca, "It's better to have a small but profitable store that takes the 'sword off the edge' route, and the store's profits will also help support the development and growth of the brand. For this type of brand, having large stores without a great communication experience is a 'non-returning strategy." The report puts forward the following six suggestions for small brands to create "Profitable" stores (below): The number of stores is small but fine (Fewer stores or better stores); Carry out a D2C (direct-to-consumer) integration strategy (D2C Integration), both online and offline; Site selection focuses on key cities (Key Cities Focus), focusing on the top 25 cities; Flexible positioning, identifying advantages (alternative or edge locations), Create very differentiated stores (Very Different Stores); Start small and start with smaller stores (Smaller Stores/Start Small); Fewer than half of luxury shoppers are satisfied with the integrated shopping experience. BCG Managing Director and Senior Partner Filippo Bianchi and BCG Managing Director and Partner Guia Ricci mainly introduced the research focus of "True-Luxury Global Consumer Insight". This year, BCG and Altagamma conducted exclusive interviews with 2,600 luxury customers and found that customers of physical luxury goods are dissatisfied with digital experiences. In fact, although satisfaction with luxury brick-and-mortar channels is twice that of the mass market, compared with mass retailers and pure e-commerce, luxury brands are less satisfied with the online shopping experience, with less than half of consumers satisfied with the comprehensive online and offline experience of luxury brands. Brands have spent decades perfecting a "fantastic" offline shopping experience but are lagging behind when it comes to online shopping, with satisfaction levels at just 80 percent of mass retailers, the report said. Therefore, in order to upgrade the experience, the report suggests, "Brands cannot continue to think from the perspective of channels (more than 50% of brands have launched a multi-channel strategy today), but need to decide whether to use hyper-specializing to ‘defense'. Each touchpoint plays a role to guide customers to get the best experience, or through hyper-personalizing to 'offense'. All touchpoints play their own role, adapting to each customer's needs." The spending willingness of Chinese high-consumers is 50% higher than the global average "True-Luxury Global Consumer Insight" report also pointed out that high-spending consumers (about 20 million people) continue to show good interest in luxury goods, and 40% of true luxury consumers expect to increase spending in the next year. The report defines high-spending consumers as customers who spend more than approximately EUR 38,000 in luxury goods per year. Among them, after the epidemic, the spending willingness of this group of people in China is 50% higher than the average level, and that in the United States is 40% higher than the average level. However, willingness to spend in Europe is less optimistic, at 40% below average. The Chinese luxury market is recovering and is expected to grow by 15-20% in 2023 compared to 2022. However, the Chinese market environment is changing compared to the pre-pandemic environment, such as: Strong growth in local demand (expected to account for 82% of total spending in 2023) but unlikely to return to 2019 levels; The digital ecosystem is a big opportunity, with 46% of Chinese consumers making domestic purchases online. Consumers are more diverse; although high-spending groups support the market (accounting for about 40% of total consumption), young people under the age of 30 and consumers in lower-tier cities will increasingly contribute to the growth of the industry's contribution. Other opportunities: the Middle East, generative AI, experiential luxury, etc. In addition, the Middle East market also offers promising opportunities for the luxury industry due to local developments driven by Vision 2030, increased domestic demand, and growth in high-end tourism. The Middle East personal luxury goods market was worth approximately EUR 15 billion in 2023 and is expected to reach EUR 30–35 billion in 2030. Among them, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Saudi Arabia (KSA) are the two main drivers of growth in the region. In 2023, the personal luxury goods market in Saudi Arabia will be worth approximately EUR 3 billion, with a CAGR of 10–12% from 2022–2030, and the market valuation is expected to reach about 6 billion euros by 2030. At the same time, in terms of groups, in 2022, millennials and Generation Z will bring more than 200 billion euros to the luxury industry, twice the value of 2016. By 2026, this value will double again, accounting for 75% of the market share. According to the report, brands must consider the characteristics of target audiences, design diversified engagement strategies, and provide personalized products and communication experiences. Generative artificial intelligence (GenAI) has become a priority for many brand executives. In luxury goods, generative AI offers significant opportunities across the entire value chain, with a very large impact on marketing, personalization, and customer experience. In addition, this technology also helps to expand the "VIC" (Very Important Consumer) group. The report also stated that after the performance of personal luxury goods has gradually returned to the level before the epidemic, the performance of experiential luxury goods is also picking up, with a faster growth rate than the former 57%.

  • Luxury Brands Are Trending Understated in Leather Goods Design

    The latest report released by the digital consulting company Lectra based on its data analysis tool Retviews pointed out that the design of luxury leather goods is tending to be low-key, and huge logos and bright colors have been eliminated. Leaning towards "minimalism". According to Retviews, the vast majority of trendsetting luxury brands lean toward neutrals, with black as the dominant color, particularly Prada and Gucci, but options such as grey, beige, brown, and white are also available. Although the French designer brand Jacquemus also follows the trend of neutral colors, its color schemes are mostly light colors, with pink and blue accounting for 12% and 17% of the entire category, respectively. In addition, as far as the European market data is concerned, the position of the accessories category among the major luxury brands is still very important. Among them, Gucci's accessories accounted for 35%, Bottega Veneta accounted for 21%, and Hermès accounted for 57%. From a price point of view, the retail price of handbags from almost all top luxury brands is more than 1,000 euros, and the average price is between 2,000 and 2,500 euros, except for Hermès, whose 58% of products are priced at more than 3,500 euros. According to Retviews, Prada has the most "affordable" prices, with 5 percent of its bags retailing between 500 and 1,000 euros and 10 percent between 1,000 and 1,500 euros. Among them, the Re-Edition 2005, made of recycled nylon, benefited from this pricing strategy and achieved great success last year, attracting a group of new customers. It is worth noting that during the period from May 2021 to March 2023, the price of this Prada bag will increase from 1100 euros to 1450 euros, an increase of 32%. In addition to raising prices, Prada has also expanded its color range. Coincidentally, the price of Bottega Veneta's Teen Jodie bag also increased by 32% between December 2021 and June 2023, from 2200 euros to 2900 euros. Another manifestation of this low-key style is that today's non-logo handbags are more expensive than handbags with brand logos. Taking LOEWE as an example, the average selling price of leather products with a logo is 1633 euros, a decrease of 5% over the previous year, while the average selling price of leather products without a logo is 2095 euros, an increase of 22% over the previous year. This also means that the next target of luxury brands is the customer group with connoisseur taste, and they will develop in a more exclusive direction.

  • The New Season of Berlin Fashion Week Will Be Held from July 10 to 13

    From July 10 to 13, the new season of Berlin Fashion Week will be rooted in historical background through a series of top catwalk shows, creative installations, panels, numerous supporting events, and the simultaneous PREMIUM the group trade fair that makes Berlin Fashion Week a meeting point for national and international fashion and creativity to celebrate contemporary fashion and cultural diversity and shape the future of the fashion industry. This fashion week, the German Fashion Council (FCG) will organize the competition for contemporary fashion concepts on behalf of the Berlin Senate Department for Economic Affairs, Energy, and Public Enterprises. From 77 applications, an expert jury selected 18 designer brands from Berlin and other regions of Germany to present their latest collections at the fashion week, including established brands such as ODEEH, Esther Perbandt, RIANNA + NINA, and William Fan. It emergs designer brands such as Acceptance Letter Studio, Fassbender, Haderlump Atelier Berlin, LML Studio, Milk of Lime, Namilia, Olivia Ballard, Richert Beil, Sia Arnika, SF1OG, as well as Bobkova, Litkovska, DZHUS, and PODYH from Ukraine. Franziska Giffey, a senator for the department, said: "Berlin Fashion Week is a showcase platform for Berlin's emerging fashion textile industry. Fashion 'Made in Berlin' is fresh, bold, and forward-looking. There are nearly 4,800 companies in the industry, 25,500 employees and a growing economy. We hope to develop Berlin Fashion Week into a stage to showcase the visionary creative craftsmanship of designers from Germany and around the world and build an international reputation. It is a pleasure to once again showcase Ukrainian talent and their series." Berlin Fashion Week will take place across multiple locations and platforms. Der Berliner Salon returns to Kronprinzenpalais from Charlottenburg and will focus on displaying the works of 44 design and fashion talents. In addition to the opening event, it also includes a multi-day event composed of various salons to showcase Germany's latest Creative talent and branding. The 2ewest platform once again presents the show series of the winners of the contemporary fashion concept competition after January. They will be held for the first time at the Berlin State Museum. In addition to the Kronprinzenpalais, the Alte Nationalgalerie and the James-Simon-Galerie will also present some shows. This collaborative model showcases the special synergy between Berlin's architecture, art, and fashion, offering a new perspective on the dialogue between the iconic city's cultural institutions and the contemporary fashion industry. In January 2023, designers Rebekka Ruetz, Danny Reinke, Marcel Ostertag, and Kilian Kerner teamed up to create a concept collection for Fashion Week. During Fashion Week, they will present this work at the Verti Concert Hall with the support of W.E.4 Fashion Days. In addition, there is also a Studio2Retail project linked with merchants, and special promotions will be launched at that time. The Neo.Fashion project provided a stage for German and Ukrainian university graduates, who will have the opportunity to present their creations to the public at the Alte Münze. After the first show in January, the Beyond Fashion Berlin trade war once again came to the Atelier Garden. The participating brands will be divided into five categories related to sustainability to meet the needs of the public. This summer, two major trade fairs, PREMIUM and SEEK, will come to Berlin on July 11 and 12. PREMIUM includes brands such as Silk Laundry, Shaft Jeans, Peuterey, Kennel Schmenger Schuhmanufaktur, and Les Tricots de Lea, and SEEK is organized by Armedangels and brands such as Veja, Sandqvist, Helinox, or Edwin. It is worth mentioning that Ukrainian brands will also have their own exhibition space in Premium this season. In addition, curators from the Platte Berlin youth community will also have an exclusive area. A series of communication activities on key trends in fashion, business, sustainable development, technology, and beauty will also be provided during this season's fashion week. Among them, the 2020–30 summit on sustainable development will be held in a smaller format to provide insights on the future of the fashion industry. There will also be a Yoonaverse Forum in July, discussing all aspects of digital transformation within the fashion industry, and it will also be streamed in the Berlin Metaverse, where attendees can hear the latest news from the industry. ​

  • Summer Nail Polish 2023: An Explosion of Different Styles and Colors

    Nail art seems to be expanding further into the realm of the daring, creative, and wonderfully whimsical this summer. However, one should not forget the importance of monochrome and minimalism. Some dared with gorgeous designs and quirky combinations, while others embraced timeless elegance in pastel shades, perfect for the season. As we all know, all nail trends continue to be heavily influenced by the fashion system and art. By the way, we can't ignore the rise of the "clean girl aesthetic" movement, which continues to win admirers around the world. This minimalist trend presents the perfect opportunity to express your personality through a clean, elegant, and glamorous look. They are perfect for any occasion, from day to evening, from casual to elegant. Minimalist shades also offer the opportunity to experiment with nail shapes and lengths, from classic staples to trendy vibes. Remember, minimalism does not equate to mediocrity. Instead, it's an opportunity to celebrate beauty in its truest form. Experiment with different finishes such as satin or gloss, and if you want to get a little creative, you can always complete the minimal look with fine details such as strings or polka dots in a complementary color. The Best Beauty Advice When It Comes to Nail Polish: This summer, some of the best-known fashion houses and nail polish brands will offer you a wide range of color options to suit your every taste and desire. Brands such as Dior, Chanel, Gucci, Essie, Mesauda, Manucurist, and Licia Florio are among the top names, guaranteeing you uncompromising quality, innovation, and style.

  • MCM Launched an All-Female Executive Team

    German affordable luxury brand MCM announced a new strategic direction and brand image, "presented with optimized design language, consumer experience, and lifestyle, facing digital nomads in the 21st century". The brand's new season's work completed its first show on June 18 during the current Milan Men's Fashion Week. MCM pointed out that the latest positioning of the brand is a digital-driven, intelligent, and sustainable luxury brand. "This renewal opens up a new era of creativity, vision, and innovation for the brand, featuring an ultra-modern strategy, by revitalizing the brand's heritage codes and driving a change in the product portfolio to include a new and comprehensive range of ready-to-wear and accessories to realize the repositioning of the brand." MCM's latest works The new direction of MCM has also been accompanied by changes at the management level. Recently, Sabine Brunner (pictured below) was appointed President of MCM Global AG and a member of the MCM Executive Committee, responsible for a wide range of activities of the company, including creative, category development and planning, marketing, licensing, branding, commercial, etc., reporting to the Chairman and Reporting to Chief Vision Officer (CVO) Sungjoo Kim. Prior to joining MCM, Brunner served as Brand Manager for Roger Vivier, where he led the transformation of the brand through directly operated retail stores into one of the most successful and unique brands in the luxury accessories market. She was also CEO of Bonpoint, a French luxury childrenswear brand, and developed the Asian market for Tod’s Group while managing the Hong Kong subsidiary. In addition, three new leadership roles have been added, spanning creative, digital, and marketing, all reporting to Brunner. Global Creative Lead: Tina Lutz Creative Director: Katie Chung Chief Digital and Marketing Officer: Marie-Laure Lequain Among them, Tina Lutz (pictured left below) and Katie Chung (pictured below right) will jointly lead and develop MCM's global design and creative direction. Their first work will appear in the SS24 joint series, and this design will "reinvigorate the brand’s iconic DNA and transform conceptual design into a culture and a way of life." As Global Head of Creative, German-born Tina Lutz will be responsible for leading the design and creative direction of the global design studio based in Milan. Previously, she was the creative director of her own brands, Lutz Morris and Lutz & Patmos New York, and also worked at Issey Miyake and Calvin Klein. In 2000, Tina Lutz co-founded Lutz & Patmos, a luxury knitted women's ready-to-wear brand in New York, and has served as creative and brand director. After living in New York for 24 years, Tina returned to Europe and launched Lutz Morris, a luxury handbag brand which is made in Germany, based on her passion for craftsmanship, responsible production, and sustainability. Katie Chung, originally from Seoul, South Korea, will take on the role of creative director "to lead the development of all categories in collaboration with Tina going forward". She served as the creative director of designer labels Wooyoungmi and Solid Homme, leading them to the next level. In addition, in order to establish a new channel strategy, the company also appointed Marie-Laure Lequain (pictured below) as Chief Digital and Marketing Officer (CDMO), "responsible for leveraging market opportunities to accelerate commercial growth and, through sophisticated, strategic marketing planning, maximize profitability". The company explained that the new distribution model will highlight the brand's own digital presence through enhanced, powerful storytelling and a streamlined online and offline consumer experience. It is reported that Lequain has more than 20 years of experience in the fields of luxury and fashion. He has held several leadership positions at Gucci. His past performance includes shaping the jewelry business from scratch, reshaping the watch series, and leading the digital business to great success. With a dual background in digital and merchandising, Lequain has an unparalleled understanding of value propositions, transforming customer experiences, and scaling businesses across channels and platforms. All of these are of great benefit to the future development of the brand. Sungjoo Kim, Chairman and Chief Visionary Officer, MCM Group, said, "I am delighted to introduce this new leadership team who will be the engine and new chapter of MCM's business development, revolutionizing the brand to launch a higher level of future luxury, and (will make MCM) one of the foremost leaders in design, experience, and digital excellence in the industry. They bring a wealth of experience, knowledge, and expertise in luxury accessories and ready-to-wear, which will be critical to the Group's rebranding. Exciting new business directions are important." Related article: Recent New Excellent Release Designs 06, 20 MCM X Crocs

  • LVMH Group Showcased the Latest Achievements at the VivaTech Conference

    VivaTech, Europe's largest start-up and technology event, and founding partner LVMH, organized VivaTech 2023 at the Paris Expo Porte de Versailles. This is also the 7th edition of the event. Through this event, the LVMH Group once again showcased the innovative achievements of its brands and partner startups. This year, no fewer than 18 LVMH Maisons presented 25 innovations in the venue's two spaces, The Dream Box and the LVMH Court. The LVMH Pavilion The Dream Box, built around the theme of "Dream", is located in Hall 1. The infield space is about 600 square meters, all of which adopt ecological design, and the appearance of the pavilion will change continuously throughout the day. In addition to being used by VivaTech, the 18 startups shortlisted for the LVMH Innovation Prize 2023, as well as the 6 previous winners, are showcased in the Dream Box, whose solutions have already helped some businesses enhance the customer experience of the future. The LVMH Court, located in Hall 2, is the first time LVMH has established for VivaTech a space entirely dedicated to sports innovation, showcasing the solutions provided by LVMH's brands to improve the sports experience of athletes and sports enthusiasts. On the first day of the event on June 14th, the LVMH Group announced two strategic partnerships: One is to cooperate with Epic Games, the developer of the games "Unreal Engine" and "Fortnite", aiming to change the group's creative approach , to bring customers an immersive new experience of product discovery; the second is to cooperate with Apple and its Tap to Pay on iPhone, which will first be launched in stores of LVMH's brand house in the United States, creating exciting new in-store experience. How are brands harnessing the power of technology? Fendi has brought a unique and immersive experience to many customers at the Dream Box. The white architectural model on the stand perfectly replicates Fendi's headquarters in Rome, which is also the stage for the brand's AR (Augmented Reality) experience. Through interactive devices, participants can put on headsets and experience a wondrous virtual tour of this iconic location. Dior Couture has created a unique customer application called Dior Star for brand sales staff, which combines digital innovation and human expertise to facilitate sales to deepen their connection with customers. This breakthrough creative solution is part of an integrated connected ecosystem that supports Dior sales consultants throughout the sales process. Sales staff can use Dior Star to prepare for one-on-one customer visits, such as reviewing customer backgrounds, preparing wish lists, booking time, using tap-to-pay to complete purchases and payments quickly and easily, tax refunds, etc. Louis Vuitton has launched a VR experience called "Asnières Immersive" (pictured below), which combines the brand's history and future technology. With the help of virtual reality technology, audiences around the world can enjoy a first-person perspective, revealing a 'Louis Vuitton like never before'. The brand said, "With the help of VR equipment, participants will be taken to Asnières, the birthplace of Louis Vuitton, to visit the historic workshop and the former residence of the founder, explore the brand's iconic products and extraordinary craft." Loro Piana unveiled the brand's innovations in traceability and blockchain technology, showing how its products can be traced and authenticated via the luxury industry's Aura blockchain. At present, Loro Piana customers will receive a digital product passport after purchase, which records detailed information such as the source of raw fiber, weaving date, weaving place, and when and where the garment was made. This conference is also the debut of Tiffany & Co. in VivaTech. The Maison presents a special edition of one of the most iconic High Jewelery pieces, the Bird on a Rock brooch designed by Jean Schlumberger in 1956 (below). In addition to admiring the real-life version of the jewelry (a diamond-encrusted bird perched on a faceted amethyst), visitors can use a digital app to customize the details of the brooch and choose to place the bird on any of the stones, resulting in a personalized virtual brooch with a bird on a rock and "see the bird flying over it" through AR (Augmented Reality) technology. While the brands were holding exhibitions, in the corner of the venue, LVMH human resources also had close conversations with visitors, introducing many career opportunities in technology and digital aspects of LVMH and its brands to potential job seekers. LVMH Innovation Competition Announced at VivaTech On June 15th, the second day of the conference, it was also the day when the LVMH Innovation Competition Awards Ceremony was held. Today's stage is handed over to start-ups. A record number of more than 1,300 start-ups participated in the seventh edition of the LVMH Innovation Competition this year. Among them, seven start-up companies were awarded, whose solutions bring great potential to the future of the luxury industry. The full list of winners of the 2023 LVMH Prize for Innovation is as follows: Omnichannel and Retail Awards: Save your Wardrobe Operational Excellence: LivingPackets Immersive Digital Experiences: Absolute Labs Sustainability and Green Technology: Woola Employee Experience, Diversity and Inclusion: Neobrain Images and Media: Vidmob Data and Artificial Intelligence Special Award: Chatlab Among them, London-based start-up Save your Wardrobe won the first place. The award ceremony was co-hosted by supermodel Julia Sieger and LVMH Group Virtual Innovation Ambassador Livi, and the award was presented by LVMH Chairman Bernard Arnault. Save your Wardrobe provides brand customers with a technology-driven, digital platform for garment care and repair, which helps drive the life cycle of products. Hasna Kourda, co-founder and CEO of Save your Wardrobe, said, "This award is a tremendous recognition of the work we've accomplished and a monumental milestone in our journey, inspiring us to continue pushing the boundaries of luxury experiences while protecting, Determination to extend the legacy of the Maisons under LVMH." Bernard Arnault congratulated all the startups shortlisted and the winners, and highlighted the values that LVMH and the startups share - innovation, excellence, entrepreneurship and commitment, saying, "For a startup, just having an idea is Not enough. Getting support for flawless execution is absolutely essential". "A full 20% of the start-ups participating in this year's competition are in the category of sustainability and green technology," said Hélène Valade, director of environmental development at LVMH, during the award presentation. Estonian start-up Woola is the leader of this category of start-ups. Founder Anna-Liisa Palatu said, "This award will help us move towards our goal of replacing plastic packaging with wool. About 200,000 tons (of plastic packaging) are thrown away in Europe every year." The Innovation Award in the Data and AI category went to the startup Chatlabs. Gonzague de Pirey, Omnichannel and Data Officer of LVMH Group, said, "The solutions provided by this company can guide traffic from social media and allow brands to create unique customer experiences. Artificial intelligence and data are everywhere, and data and artificial intelligence are our key factors. The core of all solutions for startups recognized today." Subsequently, Sojin Lee (pictured below), CEO of TOSHI, a representative of previous award-winning companies and a logistics service company aimed at bridging the gap between online and in-store retailing of luxury goods, said that in the year since winning the 2022 LVMH Innovation Award, her company " Absolutely amazing in every way." With the support of La Maison des Startups (House of Entrepreneurs), LVMH's incubation system for technology startups, TOSHI has made great progress in cooperation with seven brands including RIMOWA and Louis Vuitton. In addition to the exhibition, nearly 60 speeches were held on the LVMH stage during the four days of the exhibition. Iris Decamps, head of product, collections and innovations at Veuve Clicquot, detailed some of the packaging innovations introduced by the winery at the meeting, saying that Veuve Clicquot spent two years developing a "composed of 50% hemp fiber and 50% The new packaging, made from recycled paper, "plays a key role in helping the brand achieve its 'target to reduce carbon emissions by 50% by 2030'." On the first day of VivaTech, LVMH held a roundtable conference titled "Talent Stories: Leading the Digital and Tech Transformation of the LVMH Group (Talent Stories: Leading the Digital and Tech Transformation of the LVMH Group)". At the meeting, Frédérique Rousseau, director of human resources at LVMH Holding & Other Activities, shared the group's proud experience of recruiting 900 people for the technical and digital teams within 18 months. She said, "These talents are the engine behind our growth." Gonzague de Pirey, chief omnichannel and data officer of LVMH Group, emphasized the importance of omnichannel at the meeting, saying that experience shows that omnichannel customers are more satisfied, buy more and are more loyal to brands. Frank le Moal, director of information technology at LVMH Group, pointed out, "LVMH has a huge demand for technical talents in omni-channel and e-commerce, as well as customer service, supply chain, design, data, network security and other fields. Today, digitalization is everywhere in LVMH, Included in our workshop." Related article: LVMH Chairman Arnault Hosts Elon Musk in Paris

  • Quiet Luxury Returns: Data from Fashion Wholesale Management Platform Joor Shows

    Quiet luxury has emerged as one of this year's biggest fashion trends, and while some doubt its durability, wholesale figures show it is gaining support from retail buyers. At the end of 2022, in the spring and summer trend report released by Net-a-Porter, quiet luxury was one of the seven keywords. According to data released by Joor, a fashion wholesale management platform, in recent months, keywords such as "Quiet Luxury", "Stealth Wealth," and "Old Money Style" have soared in Internet searches. Meanwhile, Joor's data "confirms the trend," notably implying "an increasing shift toward logo-free products and minimal branding." In 2023, retailers' orders for logo products will drop by 22% year-on-year. This can be a problem for brands because, "in fact, brands are offering 32% more logo products." This shift in buying patterns was most pronounced in North America, where retailers saw a sharp 43% drop in orders for logo-branded products, followed by EMEA, where retailers saw orders drop by 16%. Joor also pointed out that the global trend of low-key luxury "has not affected retailers in Asia Pacific as much as other regions", and that local consumers' demand for logo products continues, with retailers in Asia Pacific purchasing 8% more than last year with logo products. Joor also said that luxury brands that symbolize quiet luxury have received more orders. After researching 15 representative luxury brands on its platform, including The Row, Lemaire, John Lobb, Sease, Valextra, and Johnstons of Elgin, orders for 2023 are up 6% compared to last year, with wholesale transactions up 22%. Joor CEO Kristin Savilia calls it a "succession effect," explaining further: "While the logo isn’t dead, it’s taking a backseat in favor of a luxurious, unbranded look that’s subtle, understated, and more about the wearer."

  • Italian Luxury Online Retailer Luisaviaroma Holds a Multi-brand Fashion Show

    Alessandra Rossi, CEO of Florence-based Italian fashion buyer store and fashion e-commerce platform Luisaviaroma, announced in an interview with Italian media outlet MFF that the opening of the first store in the United States is scheduled for January 2024, and the new store will be located in the 1 Bond Street, NoHo district of Manhattan, New York. Alessandra Rossi pointed out: "Choosing to open a store in the United States is one of the key points of our international development strategy, and the American market will play an increasingly important role." The United States is currently Luisaviaroma's second-largest market and has returned to double-digit growth over the past three months, representing an accelerating trend in this market. According to previously disclosed news, Luisaviaroma's upcoming retail space is located in a six-story apartment with an area of 7,855 square feet, adjacent to retailers such as Showfields and Kith, and next to the fashion membership club Zero Bond across the street. It is reported that the company has signed a long-term lease with the landlord with an annual rent of US$3.2 million. Talking about the development strategy, Alessandra Rossi said: "Compared with 2022, we expect the overall average growth rate of turnover in 2023 to be 15%–18%." Our main market is Italy, and we estimate that this year's turnover will grow 22%–25%. Overall, Luisaviaroma's growth has been very significant and has remained constant due to the increased online penetration of Luisaviaroma in recent years and the importance of the location of Florence. To a lesser extent, this trend also applies to other major European markets such as France, Spain, and the Netherlands." Alessandra Rossi added, "Overall, the competitive environment is certainly volatile, with macroeconomic uncertainty and price increases for luxury brands in general, making it all the more important to focus attention and investment on target markets and customers." On the evening of June 14th, local time, during the 104th Pitti Uomo of Florence men's wear week, Luisaviaroma also joined hands with the British version of "Vogue" and its editor-in-chief and editorial director of Vogue European, Edward Enninful OBE, held in Michelangelo Square. A special open-air fashion show called "Runway Icons". As an extension of the Luisaviaroma 90th Anniversary Fashion Show in 2019, the event looked back at the evolution of fashion and style over the decades, creating a visual dialogue between past, present, and future, with more than 50 international brands on display, totaling approximately 1,500 guests. Renowned artist Andrea Bocelli opened the show with an exclusive performance. Followed by the most influential faces in the fashion industry, such as Natalia Vodianova, Imaan Hammam, Mariacarla Boscono, Vittoria Ceretti, Eva Herzigova, Ashley Graham, Stella Maxwell, Maye Musk, and other supermodels, the show symbolizes the tradition and modern DNA of each brand's clothing. To celebrate this special event, Luisaviaroma has teamed up with select brands to launch a capsule collection. Co-branded brands include: 16Arlington, Alexander McQueen, Alexandre Vauthier, Amina Muaddi, Blumarine, Christian Louboutin, Coperni, Dolce & Gabbana, Ferragamo, Giorgio Armani, Jimmy Choo, Magda Butrym, Max Mara, Moncler, Mugler, Nensi Dojaka, Paco Rabanne, Ray-Ban, Tom Ford, Victoria Beckham, Vivienne Westwood, and Zimmermann. Every Thursday from June 15, 2023, to November 2023, Luisaviaroma will create a dedicated section on the official website and release a special capsule collection in collaboration with partner brands. The event is an opportunity for Luisa Via Roma to partner with Google to enable the real-time sale of runway looks through @ShopWithGoogle. A selection of runway looks and a selection from Luisa Via Roma are now available for purchase via @ShopWithGoogle, allowing users to get even more involved in the event in an exclusive "see now, buy now" experience. Florence, Italy, June 14, 2023: Andrea Bocelli performs during Luisa Via Roma and British Vogue's Runway Icons at Piazzale Michelangelo on June 14, 2023, in Florence, Italy. (Photo by Daniele Venturelli/Daniele Venturelli/Getty Images for Luisaviarom a) In 1930, Luisa Via Roma's first store opened on Via Roma in the center of Florence, and it was reopened on the opening night of the 102nd Pitti Uomo Men's Wear Week on June 14 last year. It is reported that in 2018, Luisaviaroma briefly tested the waters in Manhattan and opened a pop-up store in cooperation with Spring Studios and Spring Place for nearly a month. At the end of 2021, Italian private equity fund Style Capital invested approximately 130 million euros to acquire a 40% stake in Luisaviaroma, aiming to support Luisaviaroma's future growth operations.

  • What Are the Best Skincare Products for Summer?

    As many of you know, summer is the season of sun, beaches, and great outdoor adventures. Be careful, though, as this time of year can be a real challenge for our skin. Temperature, UV exposure, and humidity can affect hydration, causing damage and dulling the skin, resulting in stress. Luckily, this season, there are plenty of summer skincare products specially formulated to protect, moisturize, and revitalize your skin. Every year, cosmetics and skincare brands strive to offer innovative solutions to meet the skin's needs, especially during the summer. From lightweight moisturizers to powerful serums, refreshing gels to gentle cleansers, there's something for every skin type and need. These products combine high-quality ingredients with advanced formulas to provide effective and long-lasting results. A proper beauty routine is essential if you want radiant and protected skin. In addition to daily cleansing and hydration, using specific products in the summer can make all the difference. While scouting out products for summer skincare, don't forget to take care of your body. A nourishing face cream helps keep skin soft, firm, and smooth, while a rebalancing mist instantly refreshes and soothes the face. Some of the Best Skin-Care Products of the Moment, Perfect for Summer Among these products are those of Byoma, a well-known skin care brand that offers a wide range of effective and unique products. Then, Sol de Janeiro's Brazilian Bum Cream helps firm and smooth body skin for suppleness and visible improvement. Or, Estée Lauder's Advanced Night Repair Serum repairs and replenishes skin with a proprietary formula, while Clinique's Moisture Surge 100h Auto-Replenishing Hydrator delivers intense, long-lasting hydration. Finally, Sunday Riley's Pink Drink Serum, which is great for sensitive skin, provides firming hydration, while Truly's Mary Jane CBD Brightening Serum revitalizes the complexion for a youthful glow. What are you waiting for? Get ready for summer with healthy, bright, and protected skin. Discover the secrets of summer skin care with our selection of high-quality products. Don't let the heat get in the way of your radiance; experience the benefits of summer skincare.

  • Which Fashion Sports Brands Have Become Popular in "French Open" This Year?

    The 2023 French Open (Roland Garros Tournament) came to an end at the Roland Garros clay court in Paris. The 36-year-old tennis superstar Djokovic won the French Open men's singles championship for the third time and his 23rd Grand Slam. The championship trophy was in the bag, and a new world record was created. The Chinese team of Wang Xinyu and Chinese Taipei star Xie Shuwei won the French Open women's doubles championship. On and off the field, we noticed that in addition to the Swiss luxury watch brand Rolex and the French fashion sports brand Lacoste appearing as official sponsors, more brands, such as Fila, On, the French modern jewelry brand FRED, and others, have shown their presence at Roland Garros through cooperation with athletes, licensing, and other means. Lacoste: Men's singles champion Novak Djokovic's jersey In this battle with the Norwegian star Casper Ruud, Djokovic won the game in straight sets, creating an unprecedented 23 Grand Slam titles and the "three-lap Grand Slam" (four Grand Slams). He has won at least three times, surpassing the Spanish player Rafael Nadal, who is known as the "King of Clay" and ranking first in the history of men's tennis. On June 11, when he stood on the podium, he wore a jacket customized for him by Lacoste — the number "23" with the brand's iconic crocodile logo on the chest. The cooperation between the two parties began in 2018. The agreement at the time stipulated that in addition to creating sportswear for Djokovic, Lacoste also paid him about US$9.4 million per year, and the two parties subsequently launched a joint series. In 2021, Lacoste announced a contract extension with Djokovic until 2025. At the start of this year's French Open, Lacoste also announced that Bulgarian tennis player Grigor Dimitrov has joined the brand's TEAM LACOSTE as a new brand ambassador. Other tennis players Lacoste has worked with include Daniil Medvedev and Venus Williams. Among them, Daniil Medvedev won his first clay championship and the sixth Masters championship in his career in Rome in late May. As a brand that has been inseparable from tennis since its birth, the origins of Lacoste and Roland Garros are far more than sponsors of athletes and can be said to be witnesses of each other's birth and growth. In 1927, four French players: Jacques "Toto" Brugnon, Jean Borotra, and Henri Cochet René Lacoste won the Coupe Davis in the United States, earning them the nickname "Musketeers" in tennis. To commemorate their achievements, the French Tennis Federation (Fédération Française de Tennis) decided to build a stadium. The Stade Français, which organizes various international competitions in France, voluntarily gave up a piece of land with only one additional condition: name it Roland Tennis Garros. Since 1928, the French Open has been held on this red soil. In 1933, René Lacoste wore the polo shirt designed by himself at Roland Garros for the first time. This classic product that combines tennis and French fashion has subverted the tennis dress and is still considered one of the most formal tennis match dresses. Lacoste has been one of the cooperative brands of the French Open clay court since 1971 and became an official senior partner in 2019. The current cooperation between the two parties will continue until 2025. In addition to the brand logo that appears in every corner of the court, Lacoste will also launch related products every year. Judging from Roland Garros's official online store products, Lacoste's products account for the highest proportion among many cooperative brands. Among the total 757 products on sale, 181 are from Lacoste. Sports brands: Asics, On, Nike, Fila, Lotto, New Balance, etc. It is worth mentioning that, as the brand spokesperson, Djokovic wears Lacoste clothing all the time, but he wears old Japanese Asics tennis shoes on his feet. Known for its running shoes and tennis shoes, Asics has partnered with numerous tennis players, including Matteo Berrettini, Claire Liu, Alex de Minaur, Alycia Parks, Jasmine Paoloni, Belinda Bencic, and many more. On the field, we also saw more fashionable and cutting-edge sports brands. Swiss cutting-edge sports brand On made its debut at the French Open this year, with the upper body of the new spokesperson and Polish female player Iga Świątek. This year, Iga Świątek, wearing a white sleeveless top and tennis skirt, successfully defended her French Open women's title and remains the world's number one. This is her third French Open title and her fourth Grand Slam title in her career. In November 2019, Swiss tennis superstar Roger Federer joined On, which started out as running shoes, as an investor, consultant, and partner. Since then, the brand has made great progress in the tennis field. The two parties also jointly launched the Roger Center Court 0-Series, the Roger Pro, and more. In March of this year, Iga Świątek, who parted ways with the old Japanese label Asics, reached a cooperation with On. Under the terms of the agreement, she will wear a new line of professional apparel developed by On during competition and a custom version of The Roger Pro high-performance tennis shoes, which Federer custom-designed in close collaboration with On Labs' Lightning innovation team, to meet the needs of players' individual playing styles. Other niche sports brands that appeared in this French Open include: Italian sports brand Lotto, the Indian Maharadja, Uomo Sport's luxury Italian sportswear line Donna Sport, etc. Lotto has launched the Paris Style collection, featuring a mix of russet orange and garnet prints. Aleksandar Kovacevic (left in the picture below), Alize Cornet (right in the picture below), and other athletes' upper body brand clothing. Founded in Amsterdam in 2009, The Indian Maharadja is a Dutch lifestyle hockey brand. Dutch athlete Botic van de Zandschulp wears the label in the opening round (below). Brands such as Nike, New Balance, and Fila have put a lot of thought into the design. The Nike Paris series is quite innovative in silhouette and tailoring. Inspired by the natural orientation of collagen fibers in the skin, the Nike Paris Slam Dress features a print that radiates lines all around, four tank tops adorned with chic cut-out fashion straps, and the tennis team's double-layered skirt, asymmetrical cropped hem and intricate racerback cut are on-trend. Athletes who have worn the collection this time around include Jessica Pegula (below), Olga Danilovic, Aryna Sabalenka, and more. Coco Gauff, 19, (pictured below), featured a bold, minimalist New Balance ensemble with a blue tank top and black skirt trimmed only with white lines. Notably, she donned her signature New Balance CG1 sneaker, which features a basketball-inspired silhouette and comes in a new Twisted Net colorway. Coco Gauff is currently the only WTA (Women's Tennis Association) player to own a personal signature tennis shoe. Coco Gauff's partnership with New Balance began in 2018 and was renewed in 2022, with the collaboration launching her signature line of tennis shoes. Fila drew inspiration from classic French fashion to create the La Finale collection for this year's French Open. Luxury brands: Rolex, Fred, Lancel, and Sisley The most well-known luxury brand partner at the French Open is Rolex. Since 2019, Rolex has been Roland Garros' chief partner and conference timekeeper. This year, Rolex's brand spokesperson, Iga Świątek (pictured below), won her third French Open women's singles title and her fourth Grand Slam singles title. In addition to Rolex, Fred, Lancel, Sisley, and other brands have become official partners as licensees and each launched a joint series with Roland Garros. Pictured above: Fred, a French modern jewelry brand under the LVMH Group, collaborated with Roland Garros to launch a special FRED x ROLAND-GARROS special collaboration item, which uses the iconic nautical buckle design of the brand's Force 10 series and is available in pure platinum and gem inlays. The gem-inlaid model is composed of gold and 64 white diamonds, yellow diamonds, and citrines. Tennis motifs and the Roland Garros logo are engraved on both sides of the clasp. In addition to the terracotta color version launched for the first time, the chain rope also launched a limited edition of terracotta red and white intertwined. Above: The French high-end leather goods brand Lancel, a subsidiary of the Italian leather goods group Piquadro, and Roland Garros’ joint series include tote bags, zipper wallets, square scarves, sunglasses, sunglasses chains, backpacks, travel bags, and other products, all decorated with the exclusive common logo of the brand. They want to present a relaxed and sophisticated style on the court. Above: With more than 25 years of research into antiaging care and sun protection, French skincare brand Sisley is the official beauty licensee of Roland Garros. Sisley's range of sun care products is designed to control the effects of sun exposure and strengthen the skin's natural defenses for long-term protection. For example, the set jointly launched by the two parties contains two face and body sunscreen products for travel.

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