Cool & Current
Bally’s Autumn/Winter 2018 collection is strongly trans-seasonal, while retaining a fresh, young attitude. It offers a unisex charm and the continued sense of fluidity, showcasing loose, unstructured outerwear, layered over knitwear and zip tops in youthful self-expression.
The Juste Un Clou, Cartier’s iconic bracelet, has received an update. It now comes in a slimmer, more flexible version in both yellow and pink gold. The original design debuted in the 1970s, and was celebrated for embodying an assertive, rebellious and carefree attitude.
In celebration of the 10th anniversary of the much-loved Peekaboo bag, Fendi presents the X-Lite. While maintaining its emblematic look and allure, the creation takes on a more deconstructed look. The hobo-shaped silhouette works effortlessly in representing an edgy yet timeless aesthetic.
Tiffany & Co’s Paper Flowers collection is inspired by the idea of petals, cut from paper and delicately pinned together. Constructed and engineered with a platinum pin at its centre, this organic, floral motif is reimagined through a playful and modern graphic lens.
Stylish & Sporty
The new F-05SP series of eyewear from Japanese brand 999.9 (pronounced as Four Nines) is made for those who enjoy the outdoors. Each model incorporates rubber twin nose pads that prevent slipping when running or sweating, but comes in a trendy, retro silhouette – perfect for everyday use.
Colour Me Bold
Carolina Herrera’s Autumn/Winter 2018 collection is a celebration of all things colourful. Petunia pink, amber and emerald green are highlighted over a navy background, which serves as the perfect canvas to develop floral prints and weaving, featuring different textures and finishes.
Braun Buffel’s latest bags are inspired by the underground culture of the 1970s – in particular, Studio 54. A sophisticated colour palette of deep blue and forest green is juxtaposed against kaleidoscopic hues influenced by the pop-art works of Andy Warhol, articulating youthful energy.
Historical Yet Timeless
Visionary style icon Diana Vreeland is the inspiration for Roger Vivier’s current collection. Titled Mystery Kiss, it introduces an oriental angle to the style of the 1960s, bringing with it rhinestones, gold braiding, pompom tassels and sparkly brooches.