Bring in the holidays. Gucci launches its 2017 Gift Giving campaign, featuring a book of artworks by Spanish artist Ignasi Monreal, inspired by the story of the fall of Icarus. The catalogue’s stills are digitally-created works incorporating the products that Gucci has designated as its Gift Giving selection: a unicorn reclines in a car park adjacent to a pair of loafers, the brand’s iconic snake motif wraps itself around the legs of a sitting subject, and monogrammed bags perch on waiting room chairs, oblivious to the UFOs hovering outside. The Gift Giving selection spans handbags and jewellery, shoes and apparel, and porcelain and childrenswear and will be showcased in neon-lit window installations based around a glittering, yellow temple to giving.
A land of quiet mystery. We travel to New Zealand’s Queenstown and Wanaka to capture model Elsa Gelhard for the ‘Soul’ issue.
Summer days are taking a sustainable turn with Peony’s capsule collection, available exclusively at Net-A-Porter.
Your disco needs you. Paco Rabanne celebrates 50 years of its 1969 bag with a re-release of the iconic carrier.