The Grand Budapest Scent
You have seen the film, adopted the style, now you can also wear the Grand Budapest Hotel scent. Inspired by Wes Anderson‘s recent masterpiece “The Grand Budapest Hotel” British perfumer Mark Buxton has partnered with French fragrance retailer Nose to create L’Air de Panache – the preferred perfume of Mr. Gustave H., chef concierge and main character of the film.
L’Air de Panache is an Eau de Cologne that carries notes of green apple, jasmine, rose and dandies.
Men’s Fashion Dance
Tel Aviv is preparing for a week long of fashion celebrations as the Gindi Tel Aviv Fashion Week is opening tomorrow. Though only few male models will walk the runaway The Garçonnière is preparing his fashion dance with this charming video, taken from BETOSEE‘s recent fashion week campaign.
D.P. Amit Israeli
Art director /Editor. David Perez
Model. Barthelemy Surville Success Models Paris
Styling. Kollektiv Noir
Grooming. Marco B
Music. Nicolas Jaar
Jacket. Harris Wharf London
Shirt. Bob Carpenter
Trousers. Sebastien Blondin
Shoes. Senhor Prudencio
The Scent Tailor
Commodity is a Start-up fragrance company that would like to change the way people shop for their signature scent. It is an online tailoring service that lets the costumer find his (or her) own scent with a range of premium fragrances. The process is called “Scent Tailoring” and it will allow the costumers to first discover the scent profile that most closely matches their style, and then provides mini samples to try out.
Until The Garçonnière will found his own perfect scent – he is here for the packaging!
Listen to Owen Gee & the Commodity team explaining how they want to revolutionize the industry:
Tel Aviv Loose Summer
Influenced by the aesthetic style of the “Eretz Israeli” school of art designer Yossi Katzav presented yesterday his summer collection for Sketch, at the Tel Aviv museum of art.
Models were walking nonchalantly on assembled oriental rugs, presenting a loose and relaxed collection which is made from high quality fabrics (one of Katzav’s famous virtues).
(Photos above by Liron Weissman)
The result is a beautiful combination of soft fabrics, pastel dreamy colors and much-desired scarves, a collection that might help Tel Aviv to depart from a non-existing winter into the inevitable summer.
(Collection photos by Ron Kedmi)
A Swedish Tartan
When you a have a Scottish designer as head of a Swedish brand you shouldn’t be surprised to see culture and textile mix. Scottish Ronnie McDonald, head designer at Tiger of Sweden,has just created a series of limited edition tartan collection celebrating the brand’s 100 years.
McDonald has created a unique tartan pattern, now registered at The Scottish Register of Tartans, sewn into 100 jackets, 100 scarves and 6 kilts and sold at London Tiger of Sweden stores.
But all this post so far was just an excuse to watch the beautiful short film, presenting the collaboration between the Swedish brand and the textile developer London Cloth Co: