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.”
colette’s new compilation has arrived (eshop). Our team of experts, Michel Gaubert and Marie Branellec take us in a disco dreamlike trip, between disco of Hercules and Love Affair, remastering of refrigerating and aphrodisiac italo disco by today’s sensational Chromatics and Glass Candy, bewitched and discoïde theme by Body Double (Brian de Palma), a symphony by Pulp, Wooden Shjips’ psychedelic rock, space Pianos by Ferrante and Teicher, the Camden castle of Brute Chorus, or Rufus Wainwright’s folk, totally mesmerised by electro magicians Supermayer.
Producer Midnight Mike, whose talent has been revealed through his work with Japanese Zongamin, catches more and more the attention of electro addicts. He now takes a new name, aka Mickey Moonlight to give us a unseen mix, similar to an initiatory soundtrack with a primitive and yet futuristic approach to it. From Baxter to Goldfrapp, Sun Ra to Brian Eno, an experience playing with boundaries and genres.
FIG Nail Polish by Uslu Airlines
Uslu Airlines celebrates 5 years of retailing at colette and created for the occasion a limited edition FIG nail polish. Inspired by the “colette blue”, it also smells fig, like colette.
Dr Romanelli’s order: get some Converse (PRODUCT) RED! It is a great way of contributing to raise money for the Global Fund, to help fight against AiDS. A special Converse covered in leather band-aids, assembled by laser. Window starting March 17th.
Chloë Sevigny x über-cool
American actress and fashion icon, Chloë Sevigny worked with über-cool New York concept store Opening Ceremony on her very own women line for Summer 2008. The collection carries structured blazers, open-back cardigans, bomber jackets, grunge and flowery printed dresses for all girls… Also finish up the look with cat-eye sunglasses produced by Linda Farrow.
Josephine Meckseper’s installations
Josephine Meckseper, German artist who settled in New York for 17 years, presents three installations in our gallery from February 25th until March 22nd with her signature work: consumption pictures, filled with references to history of the Arts. Inspired by demonstrations as well as shopping, she asks questions about links between medias and images of information, fashion and advertising.
Dearest Constellation, Sweetest Invitation
Swiss artist Comenius Roethlisberger is frequently said to be provocative through his pieces, doing some extreme choices. His “Dearest constellation, sweetest invitation” installation plays with famous logos of big luxury brands written with a mix of sugar powder and cocaine, all presented in clear polyester resine boxes. Insolence, fantasy, cynicism, his work incriminates imaging, and fashion or advertising shots, letting no one unconcerned. On the first floor starting February 25th.
Text: Guillaume Salmon