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Janette Beckman, "RockSteady, Ken Swift," London, 1982, from the book "Rebels: From Punk to Dior," courtesy of the artist and Drago Publishing.
Hermès Fall/Winter 2021 Limited-Edition lipsticks, courtesy of Hermès.
Courtesy of John Hardy.
"Les Extraits" collection in collaboration with Frank Gehry, courtesy of Louis Vuitton.
Photo by Jack Day, courtesy of MM6 Maison Margiela and Eastpak.
Courtesy of Montblanc and Public School New York.
Roland Mouret's Body line, courtesy of Roland Mouret.
Courtesy of Tom Dixon and VitrA.
In this week’s edition of Brand New, we’re taking a look at new releases like Louis Vuitton’s “Les Extraits” collection with Frank Gehry, Montblanc’s collaboration with Public School New York, and more.
Courtesy of Tom Dixon and VitrA.
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Brand New: Louis Vuitton x Frank Gehry, MM6 Maison Margiela x Eastpak and More

By Pearl Fontaine

October 29, 2021

In this week’s edition of Brand New, we’re taking a look at new releases like Louis Vuitton’s “Les Extraits” collection with Frank Gehry, Montblanc’s collaboration with Public School New York (PSNY), and more.

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"Les Extraits" collection in collaboration with Frank Gehry, courtesy of Louis Vuitton.

Louis Vuitton’s new “Les Extraits” fragrance collection features a collaboration with the architect and designer Frank Gehry. Through five scents—Rhapsody, Symphony, Cosmic Cloud, Stellar Times, and Dancing Blossom—the house’s Master Perfumer Jacques Cavallier Belletrud crafted an olfactory experience made to evoke blooming gardens, sun-kissed horizons, and radiating light. Accomplished with notes like bergamot, fresh ginger, orange blossoms, patchouli, and rose, the collection is enclosed as a set. Conceived by Gehry, the fragrances rest inside a leather monogrammed case. Each comes in a sloping, colored glass bottle with a sculptural topper, which appears as though a burst of silvery matter was captured in an instance.

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Courtesy of John Hardy.

Through October, John Hardy is donating 20 percent of proceeds from all pink gemstone styles to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation (BCRF). Made responsibly using reclaimed metals and ethically sourced gems, the styles range from a special BCRF ribbon pendant in sterling silver and pink sapphires, the woven silver Pull Through bracelet with a band of glittering tourmalines, and the engraved amulet charm set with pink tourmaline and one tiny diamond.

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Hermès Fall/Winter 2021 Limited-Edition lipsticks, courtesy of Hermès.

Hermès Beauty has debuted its Fall/Winter 2021 collection, including three limited-edition lipsticks. Available in matte or opaque finishes, each is enveloped in a chic, color-blocked refillable tube. For the line, Pierre Hardy, the creator of Hermès Beauty and creative director of the maison’s shoes and jewelry, has conceived a trio of fun colors—the atmospheric Rose Tamisé, the deep Rose Magenta, and the smoldering Orange Brûlé.

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Janette Beckman, "RockSteady, Ken Swift," London, 1982, from the book "Rebels: From Punk to Dior," courtesy of the artist and Drago Publishing.

The latest book from Drago Publishing, Janette Beckman’s first monograph Rebels: From Punk to Dior,was released earlier this month. In it, nearly 40 years of images from the British-born photographer’s oeuvre skim the worlds of art, fashion, music, pop culture, and photojournalism. From the start of her career in London’s punk scene to today’s protests, Beckman has made a practice of capturing rebels breaking the mold—like Blondie, Salt-N-Pepa, Run DMC, LL Cool J, and the Police—as well as collaborating with renowned brands like Gucci, Levi’s, and Dior.

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Photo by Jack Day, courtesy of MM6 Maison Margiela and Eastpak.

Introduced as part of its Fall/Winter 2021 collection, MM6 Maison Margiela debuted a collaboration with the luggage brand Eastpak. Following the house’s fashion reversal concept for the season, which reconceived the traditional purpose of garments, this collaboration features five bag shapes that look beyond typical bag silhouettes. Imagined in a sporty, versatile palette of black, white, red, and blue, styles like the slouchy Japanese tote, the Padded XL Backtoback, and the Springer bum bag will come as a surprise.

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Courtesy of Montblanc and Public School New York.

Montblanc recently released a five-piece collection in collaboration with the New York-based fashion brand Public School New York (PSNY). Inspired by PSNY’s streetwear attitude, the capsule features stylish accessories made for the urban explorer, imagined in an effortless all-black aesthetic with an understated lime green stripe outlining its details and Montblanc’s emblem. The capsule includes a cross-body Envelope style bag, a Mini Envelope, a Belt Bag, a compact leather business card holder, and a rectangular duffle style.

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Roland Mouret's Body line, courtesy of Roland Mouret.

Earlier this month, the designer Roland Mouret debuted his all-new “Body” line of athleisurewear. Whether you’re looking to exercise in style or update your work-from-home wardrobe, the brand has introduced offerings like sports bras, tanks, leggings, and windbreakers, and in the designer’s signature color-blocking and strappy details. Our favorites include a pair of orange leggings with a pink and black top, the matching red sports bra and flared yoga pants, and a black and white cropped top with asymmetrical straps.

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Courtesy of Tom Dixon and VitrA.

The latest designs from Tom Dixon include “Materiality,” a collection of furniture and lighting deigns; a new collaboration with VitrA; and a suite of ironmongery pieces in collaboration with d line. For his new products, Dixon explores a first with bathroom styles with VirtA, offering a contemporary, timeless space filled with tiles and furniture, taps, and sanitaryware. And titled “F A T”—in reference to an aesthetic coined by Dixon—the ironmongery debuts include metal hardware like door knockers, pull handles, and lever handles, which feature colorful metal and bubbly takes on classic shapes.

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In this week’s edition of Brand New, we’re taking a look at new releases like Louis Vuitton’s “Les Extraits” collection with Frank Gehry, Montblanc’s collaboration with Public School New York, and more.

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In this week’s edition of Brand New, we’re taking a look at new releases like Louis Vuitton’s “Les Extraits” collection with Frank Gehry, Montblanc’s collaboration with Public School New York, and more.
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