August 21 2014

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2 posts tagged "Gaia Repossi"

Ferragamo’s Attimo, An Instant Classic


You’ve likely already read about this week’s launch party for Salvatore Ferragamo’s latest fragrance, Attimo—a perfume that, according to its press release, is meant to represent “the essence of life’s most precious instants.” Models Irina Lazareanu, Agyness Deyn, and Lindsay Ellingson; photographer Craig McDean; jewelry designer Gaia Repossi; and Greek shipping heir Stavros Niarchos all turned out to fête the instant of the fragrance’s coming-out party on Wednesday night—as did one Dree Hemingway, who stars in its print (and video) campaign, cradling a bottle of the light gold eau in her palm while wearing nothing more that a pale pink nightie with unfastened red satin Ferragamo stilettos. For those of you who had the pleasure of actually making it up to Le Bain’s rooftop soirée, something else, aside from the glitterati, may have caught your eye—or nose, as it were. Described by Firmenich noses Jean-Pierre Bethouart and Annick Menardo as a “floral green woody,” notes of nashi pear and lotus flower hit you first. A floral center of gardenia and frangiapani blossoms then begins to take shape, until the scent fully evolves on your skin with a warm dry-down of powdery musks and patchouli. If you couldn’t get past the list-holders at the Standard, you can still have the Attimo experience. Get ready to celebrate your own precious instants when the flacon hits counters at Bloomingdale’s on July 23.

Photo: Courtesy of Salvatore Ferragamo

Kemp Muhl, Green Goddess


Over the past month of front-row and after-party appearances, we’ve come to consider Kemp Muhl and Sean Lennon as a single entity—Seamp, if you will. It’s rare to see either alone; the couple is more likely engaged in some form of arm linking or leg crossing that keeps their bodies perpetually intertwined. But at Gaia Repossi and Eugenie Niarchos’ jewelry launch last night in Paris, Muhl stood out on her own despite requisite physical contact with Lennon. The singular spotlight came courtesy of a green lip that harked back to Vivienne Westwood’s Spring 2009 presentation—and added a new color to the season’s increasingly vibrant statement-lip color wheel. And you know what? We’re kind of into it even though it’s an odd shade we might normally advise against. The PDA, less so. You?


Photo: Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images