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Let’s start with the location: the wonderful Palais Galliéra museum, in Paris, practically the epicenter of French fashion culture (and beyond, with its always magnificent exhibitions). Its park, the staircase and, in front of us, the illuminated Eiffel Tower. A postcard, one of the romantic ones that only a truly involved lover could send you.
And then, a parterre of guests – as they say – of all respect: da Emma Roberts to Jon Kortajarena, from Stella Maxwell to young Italian actors Alberto Malanchino and Cristiano Caccamo. It’s still, And Westwick And Dree Hemingwey. And the ingredients for a memorable evening would already be there. Let’s add good music and, above all, one new collection of accessories to be revealed. Let’s also add the soft light of the sunset time, and here is that a warm evening, but not too hot, in mid-June, at the beginning of men’s fashion week, turns into an event.
All thanks to Montblancwho chooses the Ville Lumière to present the new collection Montblanc Extreme 3.0, available immediately in all the boutiques of the Maison. The new and already iconic collection, designed by the artistic director of the brand, Marco Tomasetta, comes from the secrets and details of the immense and up to now too little used archive of the historic brand, transformed in this case into pieces with a bold and modern, but also innovative design. The Extreme motif still dominates – in its third and new evolution.
A decidedly urban, snappy and fast collection, which meets the practical needs of the metropolitan lifestyle. But also precious and well-finished, especially in the details (to name one, the climbing-inspired closure).
Guests appreciate the collection as much as the party. And after a long, too long time of restrictions and justified fears, here is that few do not succumb to the temptation to really have fun, and to let themselves go to the joy of music, to the involvement of being together, to the pleasure of a truly successful evening.
Source: Vanity Fair