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Bell & Ross

Level 3



BR 03-92 DIVER BROWN BRONZE

The new BR 03-92 DIVER BROWN BRONZE is a true underwater tool, responding to the exact specifications of the Swiss diving watch.

It is resistant to blows, thermal shocks, and saltwater, and complies with the international standard ISO 6425.

Its copper hue case goes perfectly with the warm colour of the dial and bezel, bronze proving itself a harmonious match for brown.  The back is stamped with a diver's helmet, a historical symbol of scuba diving. The watch comes with two straps.

The matt brown leather strap with beige topstitching has a strong neo-retro feel that reinforces the BR 03-92 DIVER BROWN BRONZE vintage, authentic spirit.



BR 03-92 DIVER WHITE

The 03-92 DIVER WHITE is inspired by frozen watery worlds. Its dial is adorned with white, a rare shade from Bell & Ross. This immaculate colourway evokes ice floes, the cold, and purity.

The dial’s matte surface has been metallized, creating iridescent reflections across the piece.

The BR 03-92 DIVER WHITE joins the existing Diver legacy.

Waterproof and robust, the BR 03-92 Diver White meets the demanding specifications of the Swiss diving watch, complying with the ISO 6425 standard.

 The watch comes with a black rubber strap, which is suitable for underwater use. The timepiece is delivered in the brand’s famous indestructible waterproof Pelican Box.

 This sporty-chic watch also works in the city, giving the wearer a stylish look. This is a watch that will seduce design enthusiasts and seasoned divers alike.



Brunello Cucinelli

Level 2



The pleasure of dressing well starts from the suit, a quintessential symbol of elegance, reinvented in a fresh and relaxed manner. Outfits featuring mismatched blazers add layers of richness and versatility to suits, capable of transforming a purely formal element into an elegant and versatile everyday item.

Where blazers ensure equilibrium, the slightly softened volumes of the season’s trousers complement outfits, renewing the canons of male elegance in a balanced and contemporary manner.



Bvlgari

Level 2 & 3, Couture Pavilion



Conjuring Rome’s magnificent Colosseum in its fluid, sculptural and unmistakably architectural forms, the new B.zero1 ring features a sparkling diamond-set wave embracing the distinctive central spiral on both ends. This subtle touch adds a note of sophistication to the timeless and eternally modern design of the icon, giving shape to a new classic.

Once more B.zero1 confirms itself as the jewel-icon of those who live life in their own terms, who have the courage to face challenges and conventions, to achieve their little and big goals with determination and audacity. Born from the brave ambition of revolutionizing the aesthetic codes in the world of jewellery design through creativity and imagination, B.zero1 is side by side to anyone who dares to dream, and who does everything to transform a bold vision into the reality of their own life.



Cartier

Level 2 & 3



THE PANTHÈRE DE CARTIER BAG

The panther makes its mark on Cartier’s latest bag. Its signature is absolute.

Everything is structured: shape, handles, gussets. This minimalist approach serves as a showcase for the clasp, a bangle featuring a streamlined and graphic panther head, created in close collaboration between Cartier’s design studio and its High Jewellery sculptors. It is to them that the panther owes its realism, the purity of its lines, and the accuracy of its proportions.

A panther with character that asserts its femininity and sophistication, the common denominators of this “Grande Maison” bag, which can be worn over the shoulder or carried by hand.



Christian Louboutin

Level 3



Just as cheeky and mischievous, the BOOM BOOM capsule is the perfect take on daytime elegance via garden parties and impromptu outdoor gatherings. Featuring a super fun array of metallic leathers and colors, these candy-like pieces evoke all the lightness and spontaneity of Spring. As playful as they are elegant, the Marie Jane bucket bag silhouette makes a comeback in nano form with endless colorways whilst elsewhere, new wedge-inspired platform sandals and mules take on a shimmering disco vibe with braided laminated leather strings in rainbow pastel hues.



Hermes

Level 2 & 3, Couture Pavilion



With summer comes a rush of optimism. An ethereal silhouette brings a breath of life, dressing the skin in the warmth of sunny shades. Lightness is bound for new horizons.

Preciousness and precision, curves and materials contoured to the body. Studs tremble like understated pearls, skin is hidden then revealed, a print dances freely. A work of intimate and surprising poetry.

Details are placed in unexpected spots, generating new perspectives. Shorts feature a drawstring waist, silk gauze floats on a dress, an eyelet emerges on a bright trench coat.



Manolo Blahnik

Level 2, Couture Pavilion



Manolo Blahnik’s limitless passion for Italy is present throughout decades of creativity within his collections. This season he explores the country through its distinctive architects, novelists, and theatre. Artisans far and wide are another reoccurring inspiration for Blahnik and for Spring '22 he looked to fashion, film and perhaps most favourite of all, colour.

Piaget

Level 2



Altiplano Ultimate Concept

The new AUC unique piece is a celebration of the AUC adventure with several stylistic details that recall this incredible journey. Starting at the top of the dial, the Piaget logo is in a historic font that is the same typeface used in the logo above the manufacture in La Côte-aux-Fées, the village where Piaget was born and remains today. Two enlarged circles sit among the dots of the minute ring, marking the time – 7:47 – when the AUC first came to life.

This one-of-a-kind timepiece, with its design that honours la côte-aux-fées and the very first beat of the AUC, attests to the Maison’s legitimacy and inventiveness in pushing the limits of creativity and refinement where design and technology become one.



Limelight Gala High Jewellery

The iconic Limelight Gala wristwatch becomes a work of high jewellery art in this new Limelight Gala High Jewellery edition with its radiant design and audacious mix of different diamond cuts. Brilliant, baguette, and marquise-cut gem cuts capture and reflect the light in different ways for the ultimate sparkle.



Limelight Gala Precious

The Limelight Gala Precious is a work of radiance, intensity, and vibrancy. It highlights a malachite dial framed with a beautifully coloured gradient setting of tsavorites and diamonds on the asymmetrical bezel. Piaget has the highest selection criteria for its malachite dials.

Both the Limelight Gala High Jewellery and Limelight Gala Precious show the maison’s excellence in sourcing the world’s most exceptional precious and hard stones, as well as their savoir-faire in bringing out all their natural beauty. Depth of colour, shimmering and sparkling effects, along with mesmerizing designs all result in timepieces that were made to take the stage.



Maison Margiela

Level 2

The scents your memories are made of.

The “REPLICA” collection assembles iconoclast fragrances that have the universal power to trigger personally cherished moments, personal stories lived or to be lived.

Roger Vivier

Level 2, Couture Pavilion



Flooded is a showcase for the Spring/Summer 2022 collection and for its bold spirit. Like the high, gold-toned Vivier Gladiator Sandals, inspired by the Masque collection designed by Monsieur Roger Vivier in 1967. Gherardo Felloni reimagines these emblematic creations in metallic gold with two-toned crystals that adorn the straps and an oversized crystal buckle. The collection walks a fine, precious line between antiquity and science fiction.

The Viv' Choc bag is, once again, brought to center stage in a variety of materials and joyful colors. The Maison’s newest signature bag, the Viv’ Choc for this season showcases Gherardo’s creative freedom with its combination of different textures, fabrics, and precious stones in a kaleidoscope of shades that give the bags the distinct impression of an artistic mural. The pieces of jewelry worn by Isabella Rossellini assert cat designs. Like a reference to Duo des chats, Rossini’s mischievous opera aria that imitates cats meowing. Just for fun, because today’s world really needs some.



Salvatore Ferragamo

Level 2 & 3



The Cage Bag

A creative twist on the classic bucket bag, with a modern Ferragamo flair. This fresh iteration is lit up in intense seasonal hues and the eye-catching structure is made of smooth, Italian calf leather, it is composed of an outer cage with a soft leather drawstring pouch inside.

The geometric studs, leather straps and shoulder strap add practical movement. A true bag in a bag, the drawstring inner bag is available in leather, fabric, or silk and can be completely removed.

Inspired by the Kimo sandal created by Salvatore Ferragamo in 1951—upper in woven leather with interchangeable leather or silk sock—the bag with a bucket shape is the result of the combination of the heritage, style research, and sophisticated technical skill that have always been the signature trademarks of the Florentine fashion house.



Tiffany and Co

Level 2 & 3



Tiffany & Co. unveils its latest campaign with global House ambassador, ROSÉ of BLACKPINK, introducing her second Tiffany HardWear campaign. Shot by Mario Sorrenti in New York City, the campaign picks up where the singer’s 2021 Tiffany HardWear campaign left off—pushing the attitude and energy further. The intimate yet powerful portraitures of ROSÉ showcase the artist wearing the latest diamond-intensive designs from the collection, shot in a deliberately stark, reductionist space.

 

In the campaign, ROSÉ not only wears existing pavé diamond Tiffany HardWear styles, but also the new necklace and bracelet debuting this July that feature striking links made of black titanium, 18k rose gold and diamonds. She also wears the new full pavé diamond styles debuting in November.



Weekend Max Mara

Level 3



The new Signature Collection of Weekend Max Mara in collaboration with stylist Gabriella Karefa-Johnson.

Her spark came from old albums, especially flipping through the pages from the Seventies, where the lively prints and strong silhouettes popped out, complemented by traces of the Forties and Fifties.

In that sense, prints play a key role. The brighter the better. Modern and referential with a wink to the Sixties, the Seventies, and Bridget Riley’s Op Art. Clashes to be mismatched liberally, with self-confidence and pizzazz. The same prints jazz up an array of silk scarves in vivacious color combos.



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