Guillaume Salmon is PR for colette since more than 5 years, enjoying to be in the middle of different culture and microcosms… From the west coast of France, he is a Parisian since ever and for ever for one reason, because Paris is Magic!!! He will be proud and glad to relate to the colette way of life and here, lists his favorite finds from colette month after month.”
From The Street to the Night Exhibition
The exhibition from October 1st until November 3rd with Amy Arbus, Bob Colacello, Hans Eijkelboom, The Sartorialist, Face Hunter, Cobra Snake, the Misshapes, Alistair Allan, Marco dos Santos, Jeremy Kost, Façade & many blogs…
An exhibition focusing on day -in the streets- & on night -in the clubs- photography. From Paris to New York, from Berlin to Tokyo & from L.A to Shanghai. It is a complete photographic report in an era of photo blogs that are witnessing our time on a day-to-day basis. In the streets, in clubs, in private parties, during catwalks, with friends, in front of celebs, in the middle of unknowns, the new portrayer is everywhere. Through “From The Street to the Night” colette pays tribute to those artists who capture our time with talent, slenderness, humor, intellect & of course a trumendous energy.
Takashi Murakami tribute at colette
His pop illustrations are on Kanye West’s last “Graduations” cover, on Supreme skate boards now & finally available and in the “Copyright” catalog for the MoCA exhibition in Los Angeles.
Les Ateliers Ruby
Find out about Les Ateliers Ruby, the luxury accessory line for urban mobility & its first signature product: the line Pavillon helmet in carbon & leather, all handmade. Besides being absolutely gorgeous, those helmets are also officially recognized for Europe, even this one, calls Pavillon Shibuya! Gorgeous!!!
More Love From colette
Here is the new compilation made by Michel Gaubert & Marie Branellec. “More Love from colette” is made like a love note to music lovers. It’s a very personnal arrangement, presenting huge different sounds where very different times & genres are mixed together. “More Love from colette” is how to share a passion for music through marriages of non-conve