Tarun Tahiliani opens a new store in Hyderabad
Commitment to finesse is reflected in every move that Tarun Tahiliani makes. He recently shifted his Hyderabad flagship to a new location on Road Number 10. The 4,500 sq ft space is divided into three floors, and comes alive with specially crafted antique mirror panels dominating the staircase; special inlay of mother of pearl in the design, and backdrops that have been decorated with gota flowers and crystals. The exquisite space houses women’s and men’s fashion and bridal collections, accessories, and samples of the limited range carpets designed by the TT studio. “The city of pearls and an extraordinary confluence of Islamic, Turkish and Hindu sensibilities, now extruding into an amazing form of its own. It has embraced our brand as we move into a new store, defining our standards of beauty, finesse, fit and service,” says Tahiliani.
Adidas Original’s unveils ‘Sleek’
Adidas Originals just dropped in a new, re-imagined Sleek silhouette. This time the shoe’s nostalgic design comes with adjustments like zips, velcro, lace closures, and even a mid-cut variation. Inspired by Adidas’ extensive archive of tennis models, each shoe features a soft leather upper along with a perforated three-stripe mark and a trefoil logo window, finished with stitched details and a rubber sole. Available in unique colour combinations of pink and red, white and red, and white and yellow, and with a campaign featuring Kendall Jenner, these are the bound to be the hottest pieces of the season.
‘All The World’s A Stage’: Zegna’s new SS’19 campaign
The best of fashion and film converge in Zegna‘s SS’19 ‘All The World’s A Stage’ campaign. It is the final chapter of its ‘Defining Moments’ campaign, directed by Oscar-nominated Italian director Luca Guadagnino. It sees three actors come together: Boyd Holbrook, star of Netflix’s ‘Narcos’ who embodies the freedom of identity that comes with Zegna casualwear; André Holland, star of Oscar-winning film ‘Moonlight’; and William Chan, the global face of Ermenegildo Zegna XXX, who exudes the progressive attitude of the brand.
Salvatore Ferragamo’s AW ’19 show
Paul Andrew and Guillaume Meilland once again explore the themes of culture, generation, and power through their latest collection featuring fierce ready-to-wear pieces complemented by accessories made in patchworks of suede, napa, and exotic skins for Salvatore Ferragamo. There are archival scarf prints in modern patchwork on silk twill. The collection is topped with winter-ready fringed cashmere blanket coats, sensual leather robes, sportswear in Japanese technical wool and hand-knit textured sweaters conveying a sense of a natural luxury. Besides this, there were tailored pieces complemented with jackets made in deerskin, corduroy, and wool.