Moncler’s Toronto opening proves that supermodel flying is always a good idea


Gucci’s invitation for envelopes in the fall of 2017 features an image of an ouroboros devouring its tail. Inside, there was a vinyl record with CocoCapitan’s handwritten message: “what are we going to do with this future?” The 25-year-old Spanish artist captured a timely feeling, whether it was about politics, climate change or publishing, all the feelings. Will the magazine be in the next 40 years? Five more? For me, this memorable, crystal-adorned gucci mask is a surreal metaphor, a dazzling but unknowable future. And, like the mythical ouroboros portrayed by Alessandro Michele, it reminds us that we are always in a state of reflection and reinvention.

The streets of blauer street have been abuzz with the arrival of the newest neighbors. The eagerly awaited Moncler store opens with your name on the list last night. In addition to the luxury of flower jacket, ski snow suits and comfortable sheared rabbit accessories across the two layers of chic cabin decoration, there are many fashion lovers of party s with champagne and tinker bell as eye candy, too. In fact, the party was so nervous that as the temperature in the store rose, people were peeling away their pike. Pushing the mercury higher is the arrival of a supermodel, including Joan Smalls, Devon Windsor, grace mahli and winnie harlow who have flown into the event.


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