Guillaume Salmon is PR for colette since 2002, 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.
On the Road
On the Road: the novel by Jack Kerouac, symbol of an era, finally made into the subject of a film adaptation which will be presented in competition at the upcoming Cannes Film Festival.
MK2 publish the special issue Trois Couleurs (in preview at colette) that traces the journey of a man, a book, a myth and now a film made by Walter Salles.
colette in the air Paris / Tokyo
Starting the first day of the pretty month of May, the Japanese airline ANA will offer a selection of exclusive colette products on their international flights. You’ll either have to take a plane, or go to colette to get these limited editions: a Carven scarf, a Chloé wallet or a Petit Bateau tee-shirt.
The compilation colette in the air, meanwhile, takes a trip to Tokyo for a musical journey containing nuggets of Japanese-style “natsu melo” (70s nostalgic music), and also exclusive tracks by French artists.
Ikepod x KAWS
After a pairing with Jeff Koons, the Swiss watch brand presents its new collaboration with the American artist KAWS. A design combining urban culture and luxury in this model which comes in four colors. Available at colette in worldwide pre-release.
Luminox, U.S. Army supplier, brings their military expertise to a new collaboration with Stüssy. Scratch-resistant mineral crystal glass, high-precision quartz movement and water resistant up to 200 meters. The exclusive design also includes a constant glow at night, a day/date display, and Stüssy imprint.
K1X DCAC Batik editions
After the success of the series DCAC Sierra Leone, K1X offers a new collaboration with a group of young African artists, the Folorunsho, 20 young people from Freetown (Sierra Leone) who have created an amazing variety of traditional designs with batik. These fabrics were then customized and used to produce pairs of sneakers sold exclusively at colette.