Piaget launches the Polo Perpetual Calendar Ultra-thin, the watchmaker’s first perpetual calendar placed within its 42mm Polo case.
The new Piaget Polo Perpetual Calendar Ultra-thin.
While we’ve seen chronographs and skeletonized models within the watchmaker’s Polo collection, and watches with tourbillons and minute repeaters within the larger Polo Emperador cases, the new watch marks a first for the modern Polo case, and a premiere for what we’re hoping will be a series of perpetual calendar offerings within the pure Polo collection.
Powered by the new 1255P caliber, the thin watch (8.65mm) is the latest in an impressive collection of Piaget watches powered by variations within the 1200P caliber family, a series that itself stems from the famed micro-rotor caliber 12P, which in 1960 was the thinnest automatic caliber on the market.
In its new guise as a perpetual calendar, the caliber advances the day, date, and year (until the year 2100), months, moon phases and leap-year cycle.
Piaget launches the Polo Perpetual Calendar Ultra-Thin with an eye-catching dark emerald-green patterned dial with and three displays for the date, month (along with leap-year indication) and weekday at 9, 12 and 3 o’clock, along with the moonphase indication at 6 o’clock.
The dial’s horizontal line pattern continues a Polo dial tradition that also finds varying finishes within the four subdials. Note that the lines on the dial also appear as links on the steel bracelet.
New here is a Piaget interchangeable SingleTouch system for the bracelet that allows the wearer to easily change it and attach the included rubber strap.
Piaget launches the Polo Perpetual Calendar Ultra-thin, the watchmaker’s first perpetual calendar placed within its 42mm Polo case.
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IN PARTNERSHIP: It’s time to go beyond the ordinary and defy the lines of creativity with Ounass’ latest Spring/Summer 2023 collection.
By giving everyday dressing an elevated touch, the collection presents an edit of high-octane pieces with no shortage of sequin embellishments.
For a new approach to daily dressing, the campaign encourages all to embrace the latest trends through labels such as Alexander McQueen, Alex Perry, Jonathan Simkhai and many more, who have paved the way for the new journeys that lay ahead.
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Jennifer Lopez, the inspiration behind Google Images, knows how to make an entrance at the Grammy Awards—even if she’s only there as a presenter. At the 2023 Grammys, J.Lo was there to present the award for best pop vocal album, gliding onto the stage in a midnight blue gown with a train about a mile long and dripping in diamonds and crystals.
The spectacular dress featured an on-trend sheer skirt, which was embellished with voluminous ruffles on one side and strings of crystals on the other. The sleeves of the gown were also constructed from crystal strands, chainmail style. As if this wasn’t enough, Lopez accessorized her look with a double strand of thick diamond necklaces and chandelier earrings. On her feet, the singer wore lucite and crystal platform heels. What else?
Lopez skipped the red carpet for the event which, as Jennifer Lopez, is her right. Instead, the icon made her first appearance at the 2023 Grammys when she walked on stage to present the best pop vocal album award, which went to Harry Styles. Styles was up against ABBA, Adele, Coldplay, and Lizzo in this category. “I love music’s biggest night,” Lopez said on stage. “And I’m so excited to present our first Grammy award this evening. It was can seem like a single’s world, this category celebrates excellence.”
Later in the night, Lopez was seen enjoying the show with her husband Ben Affleck. This marks the first time the two have attended the award show together, and they made the most of it by sharing a table with Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson.
According to an Instagram Story posted by Lopez’s stylist Rob Zangardi, the dress is Gucci—one of her go-to designers for incredible red carpet looks. Lopez kept her own IG post of the look simple, uploading two pics with the simple caption, “Hi #Grammys💙.”
The Grammys says hello back, Jennifer Lopez.
Originally published on Glamour.com
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Sometimes, one look just isn’t enough. After making Grammys history in a corseted gold Gucci gown, Beyoncé made an outfit change to a corseted black velvet gown for the second half of the night. Everyone has agreed that the 2023 Grammys belong to Beyoncé (with or without the album of the year award), and a night like that deserves multiple ‘fits.
After arriving late due to traffic (traffic!), Queen Bey finally arrived at the ceremony in a metallic silver-and-gold Gucci dress, which featured a corseted bodice and a ruffled, thigh-high slit. For her second act, the Renaissance artist changed into a floor-length black velvet gown that was fitted throughout the bodice with a trumpet skirt. The icon accessorized the second look with arm-length black velvet gloves and diamonds, of course.
Beyoncé’s wins for best dance/electronic recording for “Break My Soul” and best R&B song for “CUFF IT” earlier in the night already made her the most decorated Grammy winner in history. In her emotional acceptance speech for her record-breaking win, Beyoncé said, “Thank you so much. I’m trying not to be too emotional. I’m trying to just receive this night. I want to thank God for protecting me.” She added, “I’d like to thank my parents, my father, my mother, for loving me and pushing me. I’d like thank my beautiful husband, my beautiful three children who are at home watching.”
Renaissance is a multiple part project, so maybe next year we’ll have even more Beyoncé at the Grammys.
Originally published on Glamour.com
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The red carpet at tonight’s 65th annual Grammy Awards certainly did not disappoint. Music’s biggest night is never a snooze and this year was no exception. Whether it was with over-the-top capes (see: Lizzo in custom Dolce & Gabbana) or long, sweeping trains (as worn by Amanda Gorman, who wore Prada), musicians made bold statements with their wardrobe. The best-dressed of the bunch were those who balanced the high drama expected of the Grammys with a sense of sophistication and refinement.
Rapper Doja Cat, for instance, went the vampy route in a black, one-shouldered latex gown by Versace—complete with the matching opera gloves. Viola Davis secured her EGOT status in a beaded Naeem Khan number, which shined just as bright as she did. The best vintage moment of the night, however, belonged to Anitta. The Brazilian singer opted for a vintage Versace gown from 2003. With its elaborate ruching, the strapless design still felt modern and fresh 20 years later.
As for the evening’s best-clad gentlemen? Harry Styles proved he’s still the king of jumpsuits in an Egonlab onesie made of Swarovski crystals. There were also sleeker menswear moments, like Steve Lacy’s discreet (yet elegant) black Saint Laurent suit, punctuated with a tasteful crystal brooch. Sometimes it’s the smallest details that can pack the biggest punch.
Below, more of the best dressed stars at the 2023 Grammy Awards.
Beyoncé in Gucci. Photo: Getty
Lizzo in Dolce & Gabbana. Photo: Getty
Doja Cat in Versace. Photo: Getty
H.E.R. in Bach Mai. Photo: Getty
Viola Davis in Naeem Khan. Photo: Getty
Lourdes Leon in Area. Photo: Getty
Amanda Gorman in Prada. Photo: Getty
Anitta in vintage Versace. Photo: Getty
Harry Styles in Egonlab. Photo: Getty
Trevor Noah in Gucci. Photo: Getty
Nile Rodgers in Dior and Chanel. Photo: Getty
Saint Jhn in Margiela. Photo: Getty
Originally published on Vogue.com
Nearing the end of testimony in the Hermès-Mason Rothschild trial, a few executives from the French luxury house took the stand Friday and three experts for each side clashed about MetaBirkins.
Hermès is suing the artist, whose given name is Sonny Estival, for creating and selling 100 “MetaBirkins,” colorful faux-fur Birkin bag-inspired non-fungible tokens, in November 2021. The luxury brand claims they confused consumers, diluted the brand and impacted its in-the-works plans for NFTs. Rothschild and his legal team have insisted that the two-dimensional digital tokens were a commentary on fashion’s fur-free initiative, an experiment in replicating the luxury handbag’s perceived value and an act of artistic expression that is protected under the First Amendment. The case’s ruling, which is expected early next week, could be influential in how intellectual property infringement and First Amendment rights apply to the digital world.
The initial asking price for the MetaBirkins in Ethereum was valued around $450, and some were later resold for tens of thousands of dollars.
Maximilien Moulin, head of the Hermès innovation lab that is known as H Lab, spoke of how the company started exploring NFTs in December 2019 and potential uses for them such as authenticating products; access to private events or exclusive service; virtual products such as digital handbags for video games; using the NFT virtually as virtual art, and collectibles to celebrate loyalty. In October 2021, the company created a digital replica of a Birkin bag as a prototype that was shared internally, but was never released publicly. He also spoke of an artist-designed NFT featuring a virtual talking horse that the company has developed.
As for how MetaBirkins interfered with Hermès’ plans for NFTs. Moulin said, “The fact is it could confuse people…”
Scott Kominers, a Harvard Business School professor who is currently on leave, outlined a study he conducted that suggested that Rothschild’s MetaBirkins were more along the lines of the NFT digital brand market than the art-only NFT market, since they also offered loyalty incentives, community-building and future purchase opportunities that are more akin to what major companies are doing. Kominers also suggested that the average daily trade price for the first 17 days that MetaBirkins were available — before being removed from Open Sea — made them “a massive outlier” compared to multiple branded entities, each of which has millions of social media followers versus the estimated 8,000 to 10,000 that Rothschild had at that time. He attributed some of that rate to a perceived affiliation with Hermès.
While being cross-examined, Adam Oppenheim of Harris St. Laurent & Wechsler asked Kominers about his reimbursement from Hermès. Kominers said his hourly working rate is $1,500 and the rate for testifying is $2,000. He also estimated hat he had billed Hermes between $150,000 and $170,000 for his research. In addition, a research assistant, who charges $500 an hour, has been helping, Kominers said.
After Oppenheim noted music and tickets are among the other market subcategories beyond art-only and digital brands, Kominer said it was his opinion that MetaBirkins were trading more consistently like digital brands.
Luisa Maria Vittadini, corporate communications manager at Hermès testified that, believing it “was important to avoid any confusion” and to address the matter “with a wide net,” the company responded to a media request from The Financial Times’ Cristina Criddle, a technology reporter, who was the first to confirm that Hermès was not involved with the MetaBirkins. As another indicator of Hermès’ select approach to media coverage, she said the company opted not to respond to a media request a few days after The Financial Times’ article ran from the Business of Fashion’s Marc Bain. She also noted how other outlets like L’Officiel, Elle and The New York Post erroneously reported that Hermès was involved and corrections were later made. Despite that, a Google search of “Hermès NFTs” pulled up the original, inaccurate January 2022 headline from The New York Post, despite that headline and story having been corrected, said Vittadini, sharing visuals to support that claim.
To highlight the possible fallout, she estimated the millions of New York Post readers, social media followers and unique monthly visitors. During the cross-examination, Jonathan Harris of Harris St. Laurent & Wechsler reiterated that a correction had been made and that she could not know how many people read the initial story. Vittadini responded that she believed that figure was proprietary to The New York Post.
Earlier in the proceedings, MMR Strategy Group president Bruce Isaacson mapped out two surveys he had conducted with potential NFT purchasers and luxury handbag shoppers. Relying on the former for his conclusion, as the second one showed a below average rate of 3.6 percent, Isaacson said the likelihood of confusion among respondents that Hermès or Birkin were affiliated with “MetaBirkins” was 18.8 percent. During the cross-examination, he was questioned about the survey’s criteria, such as whether respondents had the means to buy $2,500 NFTs. Isaacson was also asked about how much he had billed Hermès for the survey — $130,000.
The case’s final witness, David Neal, founder of Catalyst Behavioral Sciences, repeatedly challenged Isaacson’s findings. Just as Kominers’ and Isaacson’s case-related billings were shared, so too was his — $585 an hour. Neal is expected to conclude his testimony Monday.
The best time of day to work out has been a hotly debated topic among fitness enthusiasts for years. There are those who swear by early morning routines, those who make it happen during their lunch hour, and then there are the night owls. Working out at night does have some clear pros: You can blow off steam from the day. You might have more energy, if you’re generally not a morning person. And you can leave your workout with the feeling that the day is done (rather than just getting started). Personally, I also love the vibe of an evening city run: I’ll listen to the music and din of conversation that pours from bars, watch groups assemble outside restaurants in top-notch attire, and generally allow the buzzy energy that comes from the setting sun to propel me onward.If you know exactly what I’m talking about and gain a special satisfaction from exercising after hours (or just work a shift that leaves you no other choice), this week’s playlist is for you. The songs here feature dreamy beats, plenty of mentions of nighttime escapades, and of course, are always backed with a beat that makes you want to move. So get ready to sweat with tunes like “Late Night Feelings” by Mark Ronson and Lykke Li, “XXX” by Kim Petras, and “Love Lost” by Mac Miller. There are also remixes from Ellie Goulding, Tame Impala, and Doja Cat. And a few songs at the end of this list to help you cool down: “Nights” by Frank Ocean and “Bedroom” by Litany. So close your laptop for the day, lace up your sneakers, and let these tracks power your nighttime routine. Full playlist:“Late Night Feelings” by Mark Ronson feat. Lykke Li“Ghost” by Justin Bieber“Kick, Push” by Lupe Fiasco“Late Night Talking” by Harry Styles“Be Your Girl” by Teedra Moses, KAYTRANADA“Borderline” by Tame Impala“A Brand New Beginning” by Davidplayz360“Streets – Disclosure Remix” by Doja Cat“Starboy” by The Weekend, Daft Punk“Lights – Sped Up Version” by Ellie Goulding, Speed Radio“XXX” by Kim Petras“Instant Crush” by Daft Punk feat. Julian Casablancas“Lifetime” by Romy“Waves – Tame Impala Remix” by Miguel“The Distance” by CAKE“Dance for You” by Empress Of“Love Lost” by Mac Miller, The Temper Trap“HELLO” by Josh Fudge“Freelance” by Toro y Moi“Redbone” by Childish Gambino“New Mode” by Kid Cudi“Nights” by Frank Ocean“Bedroom” by LitanyRelated:
“We’ve got quite obsessed with delivery, which for me is a very human thing,” said Ib Kamara introducing his first pre-collection as art and image director of Off-White.
Sprouted from a social observation on how much people depend on this service — from food deliveries to Amazon — and yet how it still offers a moment of human interaction despite distances, the concept was taken a step further to mark the “Lunar Shipping” theme of the collection.
Think of an on-the-go wardrobe — conceived with ease and practicality in mind — but designed on a more elevated trajectory, since the sleek lineup pointed to an evolution of the brand toward a more refined aesthetic and spoke of Kamara’s mission to aim higher to honor the brainchild of the late Virgil Abloh.
“It’s a little bit of both. We’re not going to lose [the fact that] we are Off-White, cool and young-thinking,” he ensured before revealing a particular penchant for tailoring.
Baggy and oversize proportions were switched into closer-to-body silhouettes and new, graphic shapes. Rounded shoulders in suits contrasted with the sharp pleats of asymmetric skirts or removable back panels in pants, which introducing a sense of movement in the looks.
Meanwhile, the utilitarian inspiration was emphasized by buckles and removable harnesses giving edge to tailoring, as well as zippers trimming trenchcoats and vests as embellishment.
A recurrent circular motif further heightened the collection’s graphics. It winked both to the meteor holes that have become an Off-White signature and, more symbolically, Kamara’s own vow to keep alive the sense of community that Abloh embedded in his brand.
Hence, rounded pockets popped up on bomber jackets, circular quilting marked functional outerwear, while prints of a full moon appeared in different sizes on jerseys or made for subtle tweaks to the Off-White lettering. Even the Arrow logo that has become a byword for insider cool underwent a softening in its sharpest angles.
Still, the fierce spirit of the Off-White woman was intact. It was expressed in sartorial looks as much as in body-con knit frocks; fitted denim options; leather separates with a lived-in effect, and a seductive velvet gown rendered in the vibrant blue shade that Kamara aims to make synonymous with Off-White.
As for customers wondering what to have shipped first, they can rarely go wrong with the brand’s varsity jackets — now turned into minidresses, too.
Below, nine things I learned the hard way that I hope you can learn the easier way.1. Focus on prevention and preparation as your foundation.The absolute best way to come back from an injury is to not get one in the first place. The better you take care of your body from the start, the better position you will be in the long run. Prevention and preparation overlap to some degree, though there are a few differences. I think about prevention as the groundwork for avoiding an injury—all the things you can do to make your body stronger and more resilient to withstand the forces of training. For me, I’ve found that this includes incorporating strength work to balance out my mobility and focusing on recruiting the correct muscle groups. Preparation is about getting your body primed to do the work you’re asking of it. This can look like incorporating a solid warm-up, increasing the duration of long runs slowly, or making sure your body is rested and hydrated before taking on a tough workout.Of course, like I mentioned earlier, injuries can happen, even when you do all the preventive steps and do everything you can to prepare your body. And that’s why focusing on the positives of what you can learn from the experience—yep, all that comes below—is so important.2. Seek help when something feels not quite right. The correct, educated diagnosis is crucial. Whether you go to a sports medicine physician, orthopedist, physical therapist, acupuncturist, or some combination of them, getting help from someone who is qualified sooner rather than later is your key to getting back to your modality of choice.If your insurance allows it, I recommend going directly to one of these specialists rather than a primary care doctor or general practitioner. For instance, if I have an issue with my foot, I go straight to a podiatrist. It often streamlines the process, and tends to be a better use of time/money/copays. This is not a knock to GPs: They exist for a reason, but they are trained for general issues and concerns, and may not understand the intricacies of your sport or how to diagnose your given injury. Pursuing the right pro may also include seeking out a mental health professional—especially if a lot of your life, job, or joy is tethered to your training modalities. Depression and anxiety can accompany injuries, especially for those that take longer to heal. Seeking guidance early can help you deal with whatever feelings accompany the injury or recovery process. In my earlier years, I struggled with seeking out pros for my injuries: I worried they might tell me to stop all my activity forever. Now, I have a great team of people I trust to give it to me straight and help me start the path to recovery.3. Analyze the data your injury is giving you.Data is your friend! Spoken like a true PhD, but seriously, hear me out on this: Injuries of any kind (acute or chronic) will give you data, and this data is incredibly useful. Maybe it’s telling you that you’re overdoing it. Or maybe one side of your body gets hurt more than the other because you’ve been favoring that side for too long.
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Traditionally, Scandinavian fashion is synonymous with pared-back minimalism, but for Copenhagen’s Fall/Winter 2023 Fashion Week, a more eclectic street style of unexpected denim has taken hold.
While few things are more perennially classic than denim, Copenhagen’s fashion tastemakers have become more creative with styling women’s jeans. Rather than grabbing a pair of classic straight-leg jeans or flared jeans, they’re opting for unique and unconventional silhouettes.
COPENHAGEN, DENMARK – FEBRUARY 01: Amelie Stanescu wears varnished black jacket, hooded puffer, two tone dark light blue wide leg denim jeans, black bag outside Saks Potts during the Copenhagen Fashion Week Autumn/Winter 2023 on February 01, 2023 in Copenhagen, Denmark. (Photo by Christian Vierig/Getty Images)
Since fashion trends behave in a cyclical nature, this unexpected way of wearing denim was bound to be in style again. It took off in 2014 with Marques’Almeida’s deconstructed aesthetics and signature frayed denim pieces. Then in 2017, the spring runways were awash with fresh denim styles. Gucci showcased 70s-inspired denim pantsuits trimmed in studs, and Alexander Wang went for ’90s nostalgia with white shredded denim jackets and jeans. Frayed hems and rips also reigned at Versus Versace, while Alexander McQueen included cropped just-above-the-ankle jeans with pretty floral embellishment.
Four years later, the uptick in denim usage continued during the spring/summer 2022 season, when brands like Chanel and Dolce & Gabbana used the fabric in an array of accessories like chic flap bags and glamorous booties. Furthermore, for fall 2022, spring 2023, and fall 2023 shows (in Copenhagen), designers like Diesel, Balenciaga, Balmain, Christian Siriano, Conner Ives, and Ganni showed their masterful approach to denim construction and fabric manipulation. Everything from patchwork denim gowns, baggy jeans with logo graphics, pants-tops, denim skirts over denim pants, and tulle overlaid on denim coats reigned supreme.
Unlike other trends, the unexpected denim trend is surprisingly wearable, and the outfit formulas are endless. You can boldly take this trend from head to toe with a Candian tuxedo look that consists of one-of-a-kind denim garments or add subtle texture to an outfit with denim accessories like the viral denim leg warmers taking over TikTok. Additionally, you can choose from denim brands like Rag & Bone, Mother, and Frame or cult classic labels Loewe, Balenciaga, and Schutz. Whichever way you decide to be creative, this trend is another way to get on board with dopamine dressing — without all the colors.
COPENHAGEN, DENMARK – FEBRUARY 01: A guest wears a yellow wool beanie, black futurist sunglasses, a navy blue shirt jacket, a white and navy blue tie and dye print pattern sleeveless denim jacket, navy blue embroidered seams pattern wide legs cargo pants, a brown denim shoulder bag from Carhartt, camel and blue print pattern fabric sneakers , outside OperaSport , during the Copenhagen Fashion Week Autumn/Winter 2023 on February 01, 2023 in Copenhagen, Denmark. (Photo by Edward Berthelot/Getty Images)
COPENHAGEN, DENMARK – FEBRUARY 01: Pernille Teisbaek wears a black hoodie sweater, a blue faded denim jacket, blue with white painted logo and polka dots print pattern denim wide legs pants from Chanel, black shiny leather pointed heels shoes, black sunglasses , outside A. Roege Hove, during the Copenhagen Fashion Week Autumn/Winter 2023 on February 01, 2023 in Copenhagen, Denmark. (Photo by Edward Berthelot/Getty Images)
So keep scrolling to shop for the best denim pieces because there is no denying that unexpected denim is one of the most exciting trends for 2023.
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