COLETTEText: Guillaume Salmon from colette

Guillaume Salmon is PR for colette since more than 7 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.


The Cobrasnake x RVCA
Mark The Cobrasnake, THE nightlife photographer on the international fashion scene, collaborates with RVCA on a capsule clothing line that represents his style. A colorful and eccentric collection, to wear under the palm trees of Palm Springs, or in Paris! Wherever the sun is in tune with Mark’s good mood. Exclusively in France at colette.

Anya Hindmarch x Eine
Anya Hindmarch has collaborated on a collection of totes with Ben Eine, one of London’s most prolific street artists. Eine specialises in producing huge letter on shop fronts, as a reminder that writing is art. It has recently been said that “Eine is doing for letters of the alphabet what Banksy did for rats and smiley Policemen. Exlusively at colette for France.


Dyson Air Multiplier
On March 22nd, come discover the Air Multiplier: a fan as re-imagined by Dyson!! No blades, no intermittent bursts of air, this symbiosis is achieved with pure technology and design that will delight you without making you shiver, because the Dyson Air Multiplier is more than just a fan. It’s a real air amplifier that spreads hot and cold air in a homogeneous and continuous manner depending on whether it’s placed in front of a heater or a window. In preview at colette!


Monster Cable – Miles Davis Earphone
After working with Dr. Dre and Lady Gaga, the great and beautiful Monster brand now offers a headphone in tribute to the master Miles Davis, for rediscovering the legend and his jazz… The bass will never have seemed so real and the percussion so powerful. In preview at colette.


Gentlemen of Bacongo by Daniele Tamagni
After The Sartorialist and Face Hunter, the street-pic book to have is that of Daniele Tamagni, Gentlemen of Bacongo, which showcases the dandyish “sapeur” culture. The sapeur phenomenon has its origins in the suburbs of Brazzaville. The Sape (Society for the Advancement of People of Elegance), has become one of the most exclusive clubs with branches in Kinshasa, Paris, Brussels and London. The sapeur style is a unique and disturbing blend of elegant and decadent colonial style, but is also clearly futuristic, rounded out by moral codes and a sense of honoring individuals.

Text: Guillaume Salmon from colette

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