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A precious backstage memory during the photoshoot and interview with Mr Ackermann
For their FW14/15 collection, Ground Zero reveal the fragmentation of their memoris, playfully combined to create a new collage of imagery which are collected from the past, applied with modern techniques that capture the moment, followed by finished ensembles which represent the future...
Ennio Capasa, in London for "Italian Fashion and Cinema", for a unique on-stage interview by Camilla Morton
Fashion and Cinema is a series of events exploring the relationship between fashion and cinema and how the two have always fed into each other, featuring on-stage conversations, seminars and screenings.
The events take place at the Victoria and Albert Museum and at the Ciné Lumière from the 5th to the 13th of April . Italian Fashion & Cinema is part of this program that highlights the Italian beauty. Ennio Capasa has been invited for an exclusive on stage interview with Camilla Morton on Monday April 7th at Ciné Lumière at 7PM.
Together they will retrace the history of the Maison, the collaborations with cinema and the current projects of the brand. The on stage interview will be accompanied by screening of images selected specifically for the occasion. Fashion and Cinema is an initiative by Tristana Media in media partnership with Vanity Fair and in collaboration with the Victoria and Albert Museum and Ciné Lumière.
Nestled in a narrow street in the chic Saint-Sulpice neighborhood in Saint-Germain des Près, the boutique, Les Trois Marches de Catherine B is filled to the brims with vintage treasures, exclusively from Chanel and Hermès.
This shop is entirely dedicated to these two prestigious brands and Catherine, the owner, presents an impressive collection of ready-to-wear and accessories as well as some exceptionally rare pieces and true collector items, such as the extremely limited edition Chanel bike or the Hermès golf bag from the turn of the 20th century. But first and foremost, this shop is a living homage to specific collections from the 90’s at Chanel which Catherine is particularly fond of as well as the Hermès collections elaborated with leather qualities that no longer exist today.
Catherine searches the globe for items to be sold in the boutique. Clients come to the shop to both purchase and sell their own Chanel and Hermès treasures and Catherine may buy from them on the spot, contrary to a consignment shop.
Catherine in true fashion antiquarian style collects for her own pleasure very hard to find pieces from both houses. There is no better example to illustrate this point than the first Birkin ever made for Jane, the Holy Grail for anyone passionate about fashion, acquired by Catherine in 2000. Proven expert, people flock to the shop to have their collectables authenticated by Catherine. Since the shop’s opening in 1994, no counterfeit item has crossed the threshold of the boutique.