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Yoyaku instore session with Tomoki Tamura

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L'Impératrice - Sweet & Sublime (feat Erick the Architect)

Production MARAMEO Producteur : Grégoire MWAYEMBE Producteur associé : Antoine BRIAND Directeur de production : Joseph RAGONS Creative Producer : Flatmind Video commissioner : Morgane LAGNEAU-GUETTA 1er Assistant réalisateur : Étienne LEFEBVRE Directrice de la photographie : Julie CHEVAILLER 1er Assistant caméra : Ethan COHEN 2e Assistant caméra : Raffael LEVY BOTTANI Chef électricien : Diego LAUVERGNE Électricien / Machiniste : Zuy VIRAPHONG Électricien : Nicolas HERZOCK Cheffe décoratrice : Anaïs PROFIT Cheffe décoratrice : Chloé FLEURY Décorateur #2 : Alexis DOUGHA Assistant déco : Jehanne MABILAIS, Clementine NAUDEAU, Inès DRIDI, Violette POTET, Angèle DEMARLE, Lilou THIEFFENAT, Alexis DOUGHA, Louna VILLECOURT Styliste : Lola MAUX Costumes L'Impératrice et Erick the Architect ville : Pierre CARDIN Designer bijou Flore : Clara BESNARD Maquilleuse / Coiffeuse : Gaia BERNET Assistante maquilleuse / coiffeuse : Sandra LEFORT Régisseur général : Bastien ROUSSEAU Régisseur : Alexis LANDAIS Montage : Olive Olive GOGUÉ-MEUNIER et Jason MOUGAMADOU ABDULLAH (AUGURE) VFX : COUSIN BIZARRE Motion design : Jantana HENNARD Étalonnage : Yanis AAROUF Bad Coin : Alexandre NAKBI

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JACQUEMUS + NIKE - FW24 DROP

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Hermes H24

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fashion

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HELIOT EMIL ‘Shelter’ Autumn Winter 2024

"The inspiration for the AW24 'SHELTER' collection started when I saw an artwork by Ryoji Ikeda titled ‘Invisible Guardians’. Ryoji is a Japanese, contemporary audio/visual artist experimenting in the field of audio compositions and strong visual expressions. In ‘invisible guardians’ he invites us to explore the unseen forces that surround us. It is this exploration that serves as the guiding inspiration for the collection. What does protection mean and how is it expressed in physical and in emotional context?" In the physical realm, protection manifests as the armor we wear against the elements. Hard elements like helmets, knee pads or motorcycle gear weaves a narrative of tactile defenses, selected fabrics with deliberate care to embody a sense of armor. Muted tones resonate with the serenity of protection. To reflect the idea of physical and psychological protection, the balance was to create a visual language speaking to the duality of strength and vulnerability. The garments, like a shield, promise protection against the external world. Emotionally, protection is a more nuanced exploration. The contemplation on the intangible aspects of safeguarding the soul. What constitutes a sanctuary for the emotions? The collection delves into this question. Some people find shelter in softness to others the same softness might feel unsafe. The feeling of protection can be our protection, and the garments become the echo and reflection of a soft armor. The aim is not answering the question, merely exploring what constitutes as shelter. Sound by @anastasia.kristensen

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02:57

Bonnie Banane - Hop-là!

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L'Impératrice — Déjà-vue

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We Hate You Please Die - Adrenaline

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RICK OWENS SS25 HOLLYWOOD

LAST SEASON’S COLLECTION WAS NAMED ‘PORTERVILLE’ AFTER THE SMALL JUDGEMENTAL TOWN I HAD TO ESCAPE FROM. THIS SEASON’S COLLECTION IS NAMED ‘HOLLYWOOD’ AFTER THE BOULEVARD OF VICE I GLEEFULLY RAN TO... TO FIND MY PEOPLE... WEIRDOS AND FREAKS... LIVING IN A WORLD LOU REED DESCRIBED IN ‘WALK ON THE WILD SIDE’... I WAS LOOKING FOR THE FLAMING CREATURES I HAD SEEN FILMED BY JACK SMITH AND KENNETH ANGER... AND I ALWAYS REFERENCE THE LOST HOLLYWOOD OF PRE-CODE BLACK AND WHITE BIBLICAL EPICS, MIXING ART DECO, LURID SIN AND REDEEMING MORALITY. MY PERSONAL PETER BERLINS WEAR THRASHED GYM SHORTS AND CHIFFON CAPES WITH JUMBO GEOBASKETS THE SIZE OF SPACE BOOTS. CAPES AND JKTS ALSO COME IN A NARROW LOOMED JAPANESE DENIM WITH A TARNISHED GOLD MEGACRUST COATING. ALL OUR DENIM IS TREATED IN AN ITALIAN WASH HOUSE BASED IN THE VENETO AREA OF ITALY THAT PRODUCES IN SMALLER TREATMENT BATHS TO REDUCE WATER WASTE AND UTILIZE A WATER PURIFYING PROCESS THAT ENABLES THEM TO RECYCLE A PORTION OF THE WATER USED. ALL OF OUR DENIM WASHES ARE ZDHC CERTIFIED. HOODED BIKER JKTS COME IN A MILKY CANVAS BONDED WITH ALUMINUM FOIL, OR VEG TANNED PARCHMENT COW HIDE FROM THE SOLOFRA AND TUSCANY REGIONS OF ITALY. VEG TANNING MEANS ONLY VEGETAL AND NATURAL TANNINS WERE USED IN THE PROCESS OF TANNING AND PRESERVING THIS LEATHER. THESE ARE WORN OVER JUMPSUITS OR GOWNS IN SILK GAZAR WOVEN IN THE COMO REGION OF ITALY AND MADE FROM GOTS CERTIFIED ORGANIC SILK WHICH MEANS THE NATURAL FIBER IS MADE WITHOUT HARMFUL CHEMICALS. KNIT BODYSUITS AND T-SHIRTS ARE A COLLABORATION WITH TANJA VIDIC, A RECENT FASHION GRADUATE FROM SLOVENIA WHO MAKES THE MOST IMAGINATIVE DIY KNITS I HAVE EVER SEEN. SILVER SILK CHARMEUSE ROBES ARE FROM FINA, A COLLECTION DESIGNED BY DAFNE BALATSOS, WHO HAS BEEN WORKING WITH ME FOR 25 YEARS– FOR THE FIRST FIVE YEARS, JUST THE 2 OF US AND ONE SEWER. BACK THEN, PART OF HER JOB WAS TO GO BUY A FEW METERS OF SILK AT ORIENTAL SILKS ON BEVERLY BOULEVARD IN HOLLYWOOD TO FILL OUR SMALL ORDERS SINCE I COULD ONLY AFFORD A FEW METERS AT A TIME. ORIENTAL SILKS WAS A HUSHED AND METICULOUSLY ORGANIZED SANDALWOOD INCENSE SMELLING STORE RUN BY A QUIETLY SEVERE BROTHER AND SISTER TEAM WHO WERE VERY KIND TO US. A FEW YEARS AGO, WHEN SHE FOUND OUT ORIENTAL SILKS HAD CLOSED, SHE TRACKED DOWN THEIR REMAINING STOCK AND HAS BEEN MAKING BEAUTIFUL ROBES AND PAJAMAS FOR US ALL AND AGREED TO SELL THEM IN OUR U.S. STORES... OUR HAIR MAESTRO DUFFY’S PLATINUM MARCELLED HAIR DESIGN FROM LAST SEASON HAS EVOLVED INTO ART DECO CROWNS MADE IN COLLABORATION WITH COCO LUCQUIAUD, A PARISIAN HAT-MAKING INSTITUTION. SHOES ARE EITHER SUEDE MARSHMALLOW SPLINT SANDALS, OR A DEFLATED LEATHER VERSION OF OUR STRAYTUKAY INFLATED BOOT COLLAB FROM LAST SEASON. OUR GYMNAST BOUQUET IS ARRANGED BY YLVA FALK WHO COMPOSED THE WOMEN CARRYING WOMEN IN OUR CYCLOPS SHOW 9 YEARS AGO. AFTER SHOWING IN THE HOUSE LAST SEASON, I FELT BAD ABOUT MAKING ATTENDANCE SO RESTRICTED SO THIS TIME AROUND I WANTED TO WELCOME EVERYONE. I ASKED ALL THE FASHION SCHOOLS IN PARIS TO SEND US STUDENTS AND FACULTY, MEN OR WOMEN, WHO WOULD LIKE TO WALK IN THIS WHITE SATIN ARMY OF LOVE. ALSO INCLUDED ARE OLD FRIENDS LIKE JAKOB JAKOBSSON WHO OPENED MY SECOND SHOW IN NEW YORK 22 YEARS AGO, AND ALLANAH STARR, ONE OF THE GRANDE DAMES OF THE TRANS COMMUNITY FROM NY TO PARIS. EXPRESSING OUR INDIVIDUALITY IS GREAT BUT SOMETIMES EXPRESSING OUR UNITY AND RELIANCE ON EACH OTHER IS A GOOD THING TO REMEMBER TOO... ESPECIALLY IN THE FACE OF THE PEAK INTOLERANCE WE ARE EXPERIENCING IN THE WORLD RIGHT NOW... CASTING ANGUS MUNRO (CLM) HAIR DUFFY (STREETERS) MAKEUP DANIEL SALLSTROM (MA WORLD GROUP) PRODUCTION LA MODE EN IMAGES MUSIC BEETHOVEN SYMPHONY NO.7 IN A MAJOR OP. 92 – II. ALLEGRETTO CONDUCTED BY CHRISTIAN THIELEMANN WITH THE WIENER PHILHARMONIKER MIXED BY JEFF JUDD

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09:50

La Croix, Juliette Minchin, 2023

Juliette Minchin created in situ for the Abbey of Beaulieu-en-Rouergue. Arranged at the crossroads of the transept between the nave and the choir, the 28-meter-long cross-shaped sculpture responds to the Latin cross plan of the abbey. It is composed of 33 openwork steel panels covered with wax, where 363 wicks are lit in turn. Like a huge candle, the installation evolves over the exhibition and gradually reveals its metal structure. "The work is a real monolith of wax and steel. A mausoleum, a votive monument, perhaps also a cave. Inspired by a Sicilian silt, Juliette Minchin adapted the "diving" technique by which, minute after minute, millimeters after millimeters, the strands of the candles are covered with waxes and cooled, thickening, to use it in the construction of real wax walls. The metallic motif of their frame is a bouquet of elongated roses that pays tribute to the rosettes of the Abbey of Beaulieu. But patience! Because it is only at the consumption of this monumental candle that the structure is revealed. The wax sculpted the metal at the time of the dive, by the concretion of its drops. By melting, it becomes architectural garment, skin of the work, shroof of the cross. Like an hourglass, the work evokes the passage of time, the patient and meticulous repetition of the same gestures that form both immemorial techniques and disappeared rites. Like miraculous water, the molten wax will be recovered at the end of the exhibition in order to be integrated into the initial reservoir and the work will be reactivated during its next exhibition. The wax will return to wax, according to the reason of the eternal return, made to ward off the fears of those who remain, the fears of the after.:

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02:43

Bon Entendeur - Basta Cazzate

Directrice de producQon- Lisa ABOUCAYA Assistante de producQon - Morgane MAZURIER Chef opérateur - Nicolas PRADEAU 1st AC - Camille GROSCARRET Drone - Ilan BRAKHA 1ère assistante réalisatrice - Mariane ARNOULD Fixeur – Carlo BOLZONI Régisseur - Manfredi SPAGNOLI Machiniste - Alessio ABATE Styliste - Marina MONGE Assistante styliste - Emeline DEVENDEVILLE Chef maquilleuse - O@avia MIRAGLIA Assistante maquillage - Flavia FIORE Montage - ClémenQne FRIOT Étalonneur - Yanis AARROUF

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03:25

La Femme - Ciao Paris!

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Nicer Tuesdays: Ines Alpha

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Joining us from Paris, Ines Alpha works with AR and 3D renders to reflect on our ever-increasing need to express ourselves. Here, she explains how she developed this unique practice, providing some insight into how she applies this to commercial projects for the likes of Selfridges, Charli XCX and Nike. Nicer Tuesdays is a monthly event curated by It’s Nice That bringing together a selection of speakers for short, sharp insights on new and timely projects.

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