NEW BRAND ALERT: LOEWE SS16

                   NEW BRAND ALERT: ORLEBAR BROWN LANDS AT TEMPLE MUSE

LOEWE approaches 170 years as one of the world’s major luxury houses, defined by the modernity of its past, an unwavering confidence in the present, and a firm look forward. Craftsmanship, progress and unequalled expertise with leather, LOEWE’s founding pillars, are reconfigured with a timely awareness evident in desirable and functional products across multiple categories.


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VINEET BAHL

Vineet Bahl's label is all about celebrating the rich Indian textile history creatively interspersed with much researched and long forgotten embroidery techniques.

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GUAXS

GUAXS is a family-based German company which focuses on creating high-quality interior design objects like stunning vases and eclectic lighting. 

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GIVENCHY

The SS16 collection marks Ricardo Tisci's 10th year at Givenchy. Romance & simplicity of last season’s lingerie and tailoring are replaced with psychedelia and mysticism. 


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PEOPLE'S PARADISE BY GERALD CHUKWUMA

The exhibition features 43 artworks including Chukwuma’s renowned wooden slats, as well as new watercolor paintings and sculptures, and powerful installations. Based on a theme of conflict resolution, People's Paradise is a visual narrative of the various constructs that result in social and economical upheaval, and how the Human Factor is the key to any progress.

“Chukwuma’s creative genius is not only technically impressive, it is also rich in message and medium,” comments Sandra Mbanefo Obiago, the exhibition curator. “His work is filled with intrinsic forms and symbols which clearly express an African aesthetic, but point to universal truths that are understood by everyone.”

People’s Paradise is sponsored by UBS, the global Swiss bank, and Veuve Clicquot of prestigious Champagne House, Möet Hennessy.  

The exhibition opens to the public on March 21st and continues until April 30th, 2016.  

 

[Inset: PRINCESS (I) 2015 - burnt wood panel 44 x 66 inches]