It's very rare for Bottega Veneta Indonesia to have its window display decorated with a theme but not in this holiday season. Five mail boxes are standing on the window spaces near the main entrance of the boutiques. Each of them are open up and revealing the beautiful Bottega Veneta collections of purses and sunglasses.
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Louis Vuitton had released a limited edition collection of handbags and trunks designed by a group of influential people not only in the fashion industry but also in the field of art and architecture. This project is called Celebrating Monogram in which those designers and artists were asked to designed their own point of view upon the classic Louis Vuitton monogram motif. The multi-talented Karl Lagerfeld is feeling sporty this time and comes up with boxing theme collection. The red sole master, Christian Louboutin, put his signature red color and infamous stud, not as sharp as his Loubis, on the body of a bag. Rei Kawakubo always shock her audience, now by burning the front part of the bag to create some holes. If you love modern architecture, you should know Frank Gehry who does not only design the latest Louis Vuitton Foundation in Paris but also a very beautiful and architectural box, my wish list. I do not know who is this Marc Newson but he creates a colorful backpacks that I love best. The last collaborator is Cindy Sherman, an American photographer and film director who creates a special trunk with her touch of characters.
This collaboration project is now displayed in all Louis Vuitton boutiques all over the world under the holday themed concept. There is a big gift box with its flowing long ribbons and balloons flying around. If the display is showing the Celebrating Monogram collection, the collaborator initial, like K.L. or C.L. or R.K. will appear on the top of the gift box. Beautiful, playful, with a touch of art, architecture, and futurist theme.
Monday, November 24, 2014
I did my second traveling to Bangkok last week with the same destinations that are mall, mall, and mall. There were only few nice window displays which caught my eyes this time. One of them is the Hermes window display from Central Embassy and Siam Paragon. Animal planet is the main theme here with horse, (the brand's original business is equestrian), elephants (we are in in Thailand), panda, butterfly, rabbits, and event a duck. Since this French brand is only and always creating beautiful things, the look of each aforementioned animals are beautiful too. Take a look at the butterfly section from Siam Paragon that is included beautiful scarfs acting as flowers. The rabbits are so cute that they have carrots on their ears. The others? Just observe them by yourself to enjoy the beauty of this another creation from Hermes Thailand VM team.