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.
James Mollison Exhibition
To celebrate this new year, colette presents two new exhibitions under musical influence, January 5th – 24th. 2004-2007, James Mollison goes from concert to concert throughout the USA and Europe to set up his photo studio and snap portraits of fans of each band at the entrance of gigs. Then he gathers portraits of 8 to 10 people into one and only panoramic picture. This book, The Disciples and the eponymous exhibition present today’s musical culture and the notion of tribe. A quite radical turn in James Mollison’s photography, reknown especially for his work on monkeys, but still showing an amazing force in taking portraits.
Thom Browne opens an atelier at the store!
January 17th – February 14th, Thom Browne opens an atelier at the store! Find all pieces from his Spring/Summer 2009 collection, inspired by the preppy codes of tennis, as well as his timeless classics. Just shop as if you were in his Tribeca store!
Thom Browne will also be guest designer at the prestigious Italian showcase Pitti and designs the brand new Moncler Gamme Bleue line.
Maje celebrates its tenth year anniversary
Maje celebrates its tenth year anniversary and invited Tania & Cécile, from DJ duet Putafranges, as guest designers for the occasion. Both sampled their favorite silhouettes and mixed it all through their influences to make the essential dressing of today’s girl. The collection will be at colette from January 5th – 17th in the special Maje corner created for the occasion. Don’t pass on the grey “Lady Butterfly” collector t-shirt, a colette exclusive.
House of Waris latest collection
For its latest collection, Indian jewellery designer House of Waris got his inspiration from birds printed on the walls of Hôtel Raphael in Paris. He reproduced them in enamel, an old Indian traditional forgotten technique, as well as in silver, gold and diamonds. Check Raphael, Octavian, Spero, Roma, Liberte, and Virgil, main protagonists of a story narrated by House of Waris and called Omnia Vincit Amor.
All Gone 2008 edition
Get ready for All Gone 2008 edition, THE book documenting the very best of street culture from last year. Only 1000 copies, available end of January. This brand new issue gathers 200 products shot by Rankin, Terry Richardson, Vava Ribeiro, Horst Diekgerdes…
Don’t miss it. Pre order at colette.fr from January 15th.