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Vaacum sealed hi-top sneakers
by Maison Margiela
now in store and online.


Posted on: Thursday, July 19th, 2018

Azzedine Alaia knit dresses
from the Spring/Summer ’18 Collection
available at 10 Corso Como.

Posted on: Wednesday, July 18th, 2018

MM6 reflective handbags from the Fall ’18 Collection
now available in various colours
at 10 Corso Como.


Posted on: Tuesday, July 17th, 2018

The 3rd issue of Print magazine,
by stylist Francesca Burns and creative director Christopher Simmonds,
printed in Netherlands and designed by Greg Jackson and Sara Kabiri
now at Galleria Carla Sozzani Bookshop.

Comprised of a large bound magazine
in a cardboard box filled with posters, booklets, a calendar, a flag and a jigsaw.
Works quoted by Pierre et Gilles, Mert Alas + Marcus Piggott,
Colin Dodgson, Celia Hempton, C John Taylor, Alasdair McLellan,
Amanda Rose, Hugo Scott, Theo Sion, and Harley Weir.

Posted on: Wednesday, July 11th, 2018
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Anya Smells Pop-up
at 10 Corso Como Shanghai.

A collection of candles that are inspired by scents
that evoke happy memories for Anya Hindmarch:
Washing Powder, Toothpaste,
Lip Balm, Sun Lotion, Baby Powder and Coffee.
Part of an ongoing
commitment to recreating the everyday in an extraordinary way, each
fragrance has been created using the finest raw materials
and the candles are hand-poured in England.

Posted on: Tuesday, July 10th, 2018

An International Fanzine Made in Spain
now at Galleria Carla Sozzani.
A publication about art, image, fashion and people
mixing personal artwork from contemporary artists
with young talent on the verge of being discovered,
alongside legendary artists rarely featured in today’s magazines.

Posted on: Monday, July 9th, 2018

“In order to seek new ideas and design them,
you need to look at other people, go beyond appearances,
read between the lines of languages, not only of fashion but above all of everyday life.
Fashion for me means the different ways of experiencing one’s body,
one’s habits, so that everyone can be who they are.”
Elio Fiorucci

Focused on the pyrotechnical creativity of Elio Fiorucci,
the famous Milanese fashion designer who died in 2015
and was defined by many as the “champion of democratic fashion”,
the catalogue of the exhibition running at Ca’ Pesaro in Venice until January 2019,
curated by Elisabetta Barisoni and Aldo Colonetti is now available
at Galleria Carla Sozzani Bookshop.

The catalogue has been devoted to Gillo Dorfles,
and contains first-person testimonies from people who collaborated with Elio Fiorucci,
from Maripol, Giusi Ferré, Gisella Borioli, to Andrea Branzi, Alessandro Mendini,
Oliviero Toscani among the many,
and features an extensive dialogue between Gillo Dorfles
and philosopher Aldo Colonetti.

Posted on: Friday, July 6th, 2018
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