17 posts tagged "Bruno Frisoni"
The holiday season is upon us. We’ve already quizzed some of our favorite fashion personalities—from Bruno Frisoni to Miranda Kerr—on what they’d get for one another, and now we’re turning the focus to our own office. Check in every day to see what Style.com’s editors and contributors are going to gift (and hoping to get) for the holidays. First up: Tim Blanks.
Escentric Molecules wasn’t produced by my own fair hand, but it is the work of my other half’s company, so whenever I give it to friends, I do feel a vestige of that warm, fuzzy “here’s one I prepared earlier” sensation. Especially with this season’s limited edition, in a matte black glass bottle fired from volcanic sand. Sexy new look, same seductive scent. But I still don’t understand how we all smell so different when we’re wearing it.
Escentric 01 Black Edition, $140, and Molecule 01 Black Edition, $140, available at LuckyScent.com and Barneys New York.
Couture allows ready-to-wear designers to go for broke with the most fabulous fabrications money can buy. But it’s not restricted to the runway. Last season, Roger Vivier debuted the limited-edition Rendez-Vous collection inspired by the no-holds-barred spirit of couture, creating luxe updates on several of the house’s classic styles. Rendez-Vous returns for Fall 2011 with a new collection Vivier creative director Bruno Frisoni unveiled in Paris last week.
The look may be couture-rarified, but the spirit is rock ‘n’ roll. “Rock!” Frisoni told Style.com about his inspiration for the new collection. “Think Keith Richards, with an intellectual twist and a thirties feel. I took Roger Vivier’s iconic pieces and reworked certain proportions and heels, adding the precious craftsmanship of Parisian artisans.” Ergo, a Punk clutch gets bedecked with feathers or and the Miss Viv snaked with twisting rope details (top). The classic Virgule (or Comma) Vivier heel gets tweaked to become the Vertigo, creating an architectural buttress so that, in Frisoni’s words, “functionality becomes a jewel and rock energy is added” (above). Sounds as though M. Frisoni is rocking to the same punky beat that’s inspired Jean Paul Gaultier this season. Crank it up!