Mariana Saleme bets on designer prints inspired by flora in a new collection
Marina Saleme was inspired by elements of flora and fauna to create the new series of prints from her namesake brand. Author’s paintings adorn multi-colored caftans, shirts, kimonos, dresses and skirts. The new collection reflects the writing process of Marina who, alongside her consolidated career in the world of the arts, is passionate about fabrics and prints. The pieces are already in São Paulo in the brand’s workshop, at Casa Cipó and at Pinga. In Rio, they are available at Dona Coisa.
Carlos Penna launches a collaboration signed by Manuela Xavier
Manuela Xavier is a psychoanalyst and influencer, as well as a client of the Carlos Penna jewelry brand from Minas Gerais. The relationship between the client and the brand has recently turned into a collaboration between Manuela and the designer. There are 13 pieces (including rings, necklaces and earrings), which blend Carlos’ aesthetic with Manuela’s cultural and aesthetic repertoire. Made of silver and gold-plated metal, the items range from R$180 to R$380 and are already available at the brand’s fixed points in São Paulo (Rua Mateus Grou, 610, Pinheiros) and Belo Horizonte (Rua do Ouro, 1428, Serra), and in e-commerce.
Guerreiro Joias turns 54 with a commemorative collection
Guerreiro Joias celebrates 54 years of history with a commemorative collection entitled “Heritage”. The release includes over 50 gems, released periodically throughout the year. The pieces can be found in physical stores in Shopping Iguatemi, Cidade Jardim, Pátio Higienópolis, Rua Oscar Freire and in e-commerce.
Cartier launches new versions of the iconic bain watch
The first version of the Baignoire watch was created in 1973. Since then, it has undergone minor modifications and versions, but always remaining faithful to its original style. From now on, the watch sees its proportions modified and receives new looks, with a leather strap and crystals, and a dial available in gold, pink and silver tones.
FARM Rio opens its first store in Türkiye
Farm Rio continues its international expansion project with the opening of its first store in Turkey, at the Mandarin Oriental hotel in Bodrum. The luxury hotel’s seasonal pop-up offers a unique shopping experience and, in addition to Rio, a selection of luxury boutiques, in a mix of international and local brands. On the shelves of Farm’s new address in Turkey, customers can find the brand’s high summer collection.
Vans launches collaboration with New Yorker Collina Strada
This season, Vans presents its brand new collaboration: with the label New York City Collina Strada, by Hillary Taymour. In addition to the traditional Californian Vans shoes, which are reinterpreted with playful designs and bright colors, there are also clothing items, such as a terrycloth set, shirts, socks and a doodle backpack. The Vans x Collina Strada collection is available at authorized retailers, Vans Stores and Vans Brasil e-commerce.
Adidas launches a collaboration with the BAPE, on the occasion of the 30 years of the Japanese brand
This July, BAPE follows its 30th anniversary celebrations with another drop in its collaboration with Adidas. For the launch, the classic model of the sports brand Campus 80s gains the emblematic elements of the Japanese BAPE. The Adidas BAPE Campus 80 will be available exclusively to Adidas Membership Club members from July 1st.
Dolce & Gabbana takes its resort to the most exclusive beaches in Europe
In time for summer in the northern hemisphere, Dolce & Gabbana is preparing a to resume on some of the most popular and exclusive beaches on the European coast. Hotel Quisisana in Capri, San Domenico Palace in Taormina, La Cabane in Marbella and Casa Amor in Saint Tropez are the resorts and beach clubs selected by the Italian label to receive the D&G experience station: dand umbrellas and deckchairs entirely embossed with the brand’s motifs, completely renovated swimming pools in the D&G style and an exclusive menu inspired by Italian cuisine.
The floating house is a bet for the future of housing
To cope with climate change, rising sea levels and contemporary nomadism, a structure created by students in Switzerland proposes to explore the 70% of the Earth covered in water as a potential habitable space for life human. Named Blue Nomad, the floating habitat relies solely on solar power, is made from a structurally optimized fabric of flax fiber (an organic and regenerative material) and can accommodate two people and two guests. In a community atmosphere, units will be able to connect and share resources and spaces, with the potential to build a village or a floating city. A prototype of the model, designed by students from the Institut auf dem Rosenberg in collaboration with SAGA Space Architects, has just been exhibited at the London Design Biennale and will also be presented at the Monte Carlo Energy Boat Challenge in July. A maiden voyage is expected to take place in late 2024.