press release – Moncler Paschereenligne http://monclerpaschereenligne.com/ Fri, 04 Mar 2022 10:48:28 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://monclerpaschereenligne.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/icon-2.png press release – Moncler Paschereenligne http://monclerpaschereenligne.com/ 32 32 Increase in Calida Group sales and profits in 2021 https://monclerpaschereenligne.com/increase-in-calida-group-sales-and-profits-in-2021/ Fri, 04 Mar 2022 08:50:09 +0000 https://monclerpaschereenligne.com/increase-in-calida-group-sales-and-profits-in-2021/ The Calida Group achieved sales of 298 million Swiss francs, an increase of 19.2% adjusted for currency effects. The company said all brands recorded double-digit growth: Calida contributed revenue of 152.7 million Swiss francs, up 12.8%, followed by Aubade with 72.2 million Swiss francs, up 28.8% and Lafuma Mobilier with 58.8 million Swiss francs, up […]]]>

The Calida Group achieved sales of 298 million Swiss francs, an increase of 19.2% adjusted for currency effects.

The company said all brands recorded double-digit growth: Calida contributed revenue of 152.7 million Swiss francs, up 12.8%, followed by Aubade with 72.2 million Swiss francs, up 28.8% and Lafuma Mobilier with 58.8 million Swiss francs, up 27%.

“The 2021 business result will go down in our company’s history as the greatest success to date. Despite the initial limitations imposed by the corona pandemic, all of our brands ended the year with double-digit sales growth and a significantly better result than the pre-pandemic performance,” said Timo Schmidt-Eisenhart, CEO of the Calida group in a press release. .

The company’s online sales increased by 26.7%, with the group generating 80.2 million Swiss francs, or 27% of total online sales across all brands.

In 2021, the company achieved an adjusted operating profit of 24.3 million Swiss francs, up about 43% compared to the previous year. The EBIT margin of 8.1% was slightly above the forecast announced for 2021 and above the level of 6.8% of the previous year.

The company added that going forward, at least 50% of the normalized cash flow will be distributed to shareholders and the payout will increase steadily each year. The company’s board of directors will propose to increase the ordinary dividend by 25% to 1 Swiss franc per share at the general meeting on April 14, 2022.

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Yeezy Gap/Balenciaga is here. Is it worth it? https://monclerpaschereenligne.com/yeezy-gap-balenciaga-is-here-is-it-worth-it/ Thu, 24 Feb 2022 17:38:41 +0000 https://monclerpaschereenligne.com/yeezy-gap-balenciaga-is-here-is-it-worth-it/ There were disruptions from the start. Major news fell unexpectedly, like a challenge, right at the feet of the fashion establishment at the start of Milan Fashion Week. The Balenciaga-designed Yeezy Gap project, the highly publicized and heavily named joint collection of the artist formerly known as Kanye West (now just Ye) and the designer […]]]>

There were disruptions from the start. Major news fell unexpectedly, like a challenge, right at the feet of the fashion establishment at the start of Milan Fashion Week.

The Balenciaga-designed Yeezy Gap project, the highly publicized and heavily named joint collection of the artist formerly known as Kanye West (now just Ye) and the designer formerly known as Demna Gvasalia (now just Demna) was unveiled, three months in advance of the schedule, in the form of 25 photos of complete looks, with eight pieces offered immediately on pre-order.

In the images, the aesthetic was big, dark, vaguely military, like the uniforms of a post-apocalyptic world. Mostly all black, in what looked like nylon or crinkle leather (or faux leather) with a bit of faded blue denim. There were leather thigh high boots and chunky wellies, a cool short sleeve sweatshirt available to buy now are the most basic garments in the line: straight cut jeans, a matching denim jacket , faded black t-shirts, a placket pocket sweatshirt. The faces, as is the case with Ye and Demna, were covered.

And it raised real and timely questions about what exactly we buy when we buy fashion.

The timing could have been a coincidence, of course. The impetus for the release was, according to the announcement, Ye’s Donda 2 Live Album Release/Experience In Miami.

Still, it’s hard to believe that neither Ye nor Demna (whose Balenciaga show is due to take place in Paris on March 6) were unaware of the other fashion events going on – especially since more than half of the collection isn’t available, and it’s unclear when that will be, and the part that won’t ship for another four to eight weeks – suggesting there was some desire to release the all at a time when collections were in the air.

Especially considering that they positioned their collab as some sort of anti-high fashion effort: “A FIRST OF ITS KIND CREATIVE EXPLORATION INTO THE YEEZY GAP UNIVERSE” (entire press release was in all caps, which seems to be kind of how Ye lives her life). He went on to note, “Ye’s commitment to putting creativity first and delivering his vision of utilitarian design for all.”

Take that, o elite fashionistas. These are real clothes that real people can use in the real world. Or at least the people who follow us obsessively on social media, where this collaboration generates the most noise, and where Ye himself goes from drama to exaggeration and philosophical reflection under the magnetic gaze of the public.

Where are they?

As with luxury fashion, which derives much of its desirability from the transience of what it represents—provenance, connoisseur, insider cool—the Yeezy Gap/Balenciaga collection (for lack of better shorthand) has been surfing. on a wave of high-pitched buzz and anticipation on the strength of the desire of the watching and listening public not to buy a faded black T-shirt, but to buy a passport to the world of Ye and Demna, for the house of limitless creative counting they share. To buy a piece of this particular cultural moment, and what they represent as artists. It just comes in the form of a T-shirt.

That’s really what they’re selling: their own visionary experience and perspective on the world. The collection is only the expression.

To some extent, this is also what all luxury brands sell. It’s just that Yeezy Gap/Balenciaga do it on a pop culture scale, supposedly at an accessible price point, and in a way that makes it particularly clear.

Because while the names themselves are hugely powerful, the clothes — at least the ones currently available — are kind of… no.

There are four t-shirts, all in faded black: one with three-quarter sleeves; one without shoulder seams, like the down jacket that was Ye’s first product for Gap; one with a tiny Gap logo; one with long sleeves; all with slightly shortened and square proportions. The hoodie has a kind of crimped bottom. There is a pair of slim sweatpants. The denim jacket, matching the faded and frayed jeans, has square shoulders, a nipped-in waist and somewhat anatomical patches that look like rubber treads.

Many coins come with a dove on the back to represent “an unnamed hope for the future,” according to the statement. Also, presumably, to give clues to those in the know about what they’re seeing, like some sort of secret visual handshake.

The clothes are more designed, in other words, than the hoodie that was Ye’s second product for Gap, and which looked a lot like a generic Champion sweatshirt, but less differentiated than the down jacket.

They are made in the same US factories as other Gap products, according to a spokesperson, and are all 100% cotton. They cost from $140 for the t-shirts to $440 for the denim jacket.

It’s affordable in the skewed haute couture economy — more affordable, no doubt, than Demna’s work at Balenciaga or Ye’s sneakers — but it’s not really “for everyone”, and it’s much more expensive than the usual cost of Gap products, where a denim jacket is now $63 (it’s also way more than the Yeezy Gap puffer, which was around $200).

Is it worth it?

This is a question often asked of more expensive garments – those with less presumed utility and shown on the catwalks. I was thinking about it while attending the Diesel and Fendi fashion shows, which took place in the shadow of the Yeezy Gap/Balenciaga drop.

Diesel, another brand known for denim (like Gap) that tends to market itself as “democratic”, got its start with Glenn Martens, a Belgian designer known for his concept work with cult label Y/Project. as creative director. It took place in a cavernous space setting directed by Niklas Bildstein Zaar, according to voguewho also worked on the Donda watch and who decorated the room with gigantic figures who posed provocatively in jeans.

The collection was as massive as inflatables, full of giant shredded jeans and tiny denim skirts that looked more like chunky belts; screen-printed bodysuits with jeans references and ribbed knits sprayed with chrome metallic colors. But it was the large grizzly bear-like coats made of reconfigured tufts of denim and the party dresses put together from odds and ends like some sort of cutting room collage, that stood out, and aside from the brand or the Creator.

This was also the case with Fendi, where Kim Jones played a clever game of hard and soft in the form of wispy ruffled pastel dresses (sometimes with halter necks and hooded backs) layered over matching streaks of bras and panties and juxtaposed against seamless, close-fitting cuts in houndstooth and tweed; bustiers and master tailor.

In both cases, the sheer tactility of the materials and the way they were manipulated – the technique, the composition – was part of the value proposition; part of the justification for what may be astronomical prices (although it may not be trivial that some Diesel tees are now cheaper than Yeezy Gap Balenciaga tees). This means that even when you strip away the convoluted stew of aspiration and hype that attaches to brands and fashion at all levels these days, something concrete remains, which can also be tied to the individual identity. It is a kind of utility.

The value proposition with Yeezy Gap/Balenciaga, although it also relies on the idea of ​​”usefulness” (which in the case of Yeezy seems mostly synonymous with “basics”, which is a relative term) is very much more heavily weighted by the mystique of the men behind the curtain; to their cultural motto and ambitions, rather than the brand motto on the label or the clothes themselves.

The bet is on how much the change they’ve made is worth – and can be worth. Ultimately, this will determine whether the price of admission is a theft or a sham.

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Gloria James kicks off the All-Star experience with the House of Glo fashion show at the State Theater in Cleveland (photos) https://monclerpaschereenligne.com/gloria-james-kicks-off-the-all-star-experience-with-the-house-of-glo-fashion-show-at-the-state-theater-in-cleveland-photos/ Sat, 19 Feb 2022 10:00:00 +0000 https://monclerpaschereenligne.com/gloria-james-kicks-off-the-all-star-experience-with-the-house-of-glo-fashion-show-at-the-state-theater-in-cleveland-photos/ CLEVELAND, Ohio — LeBron James isn’t the only James taking part in events during NBA All-Star Weekend in Cleveland. The perennial All-Star’s mother, Gloria, started it All Star Experience Friday at the State Theater in Playhouse Square, hosting The House of Glo fashion show celebrating black designers. The show featured models of all ages, including […]]]>

CLEVELAND, Ohio — LeBron James isn’t the only James taking part in events during NBA All-Star Weekend in Cleveland.

The perennial All-Star’s mother, Gloria, started it All Star Experience Friday at the State Theater in Playhouse Square, hosting The House of Glo fashion show celebrating black designers. The show featured models of all ages, including children and teens, as well as adults. Famous stylist J. Bolin was featured as the lead designer.

The show also included a performance by Central State University’s Marching Marauders just before intermission which had the crowd dancing. Central State is the only historically black college or university in Ohio.

The All-Star Experience is a weekend-long event series hosted by Gloria James and produced by Cleveland native Alaina Holloway-Carpenter of VZN Strategy Group, according to a press release.

“All-Star Experience Weekend is my way of saying thank you to the best fans in the country, to the village that has supported me, and to give back to my community,” Gloria James said in the statement. “It’s only so often that this type of celebration comes to town, so I wanted to organize this experience to make sure the whole family could be a part of the magic happening in the city.”

In addition to the fashion show, Ms. James will donate coats to the Akron community in partnership with Daniels Leather of New York. And, on Sunday, she will host a single mom brunch with single moms from the Cleveland and Akron areas.

At the end of the Friday show, James was escorted onto the stage by LeBron to thank the crowd for supporting her work as Vice President of the LeBron James Family Foundation.

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Rihanna’s Savage X Fenty opens first store in Las Vegas as digital brands enter malls https://monclerpaschereenligne.com/rihannas-savage-x-fenty-opens-first-store-in-las-vegas-as-digital-brands-enter-malls/ Tue, 25 Jan 2022 00:07:58 +0000 https://monclerpaschereenligne.com/rihannas-savage-x-fenty-opens-first-store-in-las-vegas-as-digital-brands-enter-malls/ Rihanna’s documentary on Amazon Rihanna’s lingerie brand Savage X Fenty has made its physical debut in Las Vegas, and the move comes at a time when big-box retailers are closing stores while popular e-commerce brands take root in the spaces. commercial The inaugural Savage X Fenty store was unveiled at the Fashion Show Las Vegas […]]]>

Rihanna’s lingerie brand Savage X Fenty has made its physical debut in Las Vegas, and the move comes at a time when big-box retailers are closing stores while popular e-commerce brands take root in the spaces. commercial

The inaugural Savage X Fenty store was unveiled at the Fashion Show Las Vegas on Saturday, January 22. The mall now has a distinctly purple store where clients can purchase intimate apparel, loungewear and accessories.

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Inside, the store is divided into five rooms, which will feature exclusive chrome and lavender merchandise and mannequins with various body types inspired by real people. Savage X Fenty shoppers will also be welcome to sample “interactive experiences” and “photo-worthy moments,” according to the brand’s press release.

Rihanna, 33, is said to have led the creative direction of the Las Vegas store and worked alongside O’Neil Langan Architects, visual artist Jed Skrzypczak and design firm PlayLab to bring the retail space to life by retail. Additionally, the store was built with technological innovations that are in line with Savage X Fenty’s “everyBODY” brand.

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Customers are encouraged to use the store’s exclusive FIT:MATCH app, which uses body scanning and augmented reality technology from a LIDAR-powered smartphone to create size recommendations for Savage X Fenty products. The brand invented this contactless lingerie sizing method, the first of its kind, under the name “Fit Xperience”. If customers still want to try on items in-store, the venue has fitting rooms equipped with digital kiosks to check prices and browse products.

“We wanted to be able to connect with our customers in real life and offer them something they had never seen before,” Rihanna said in a statement.

She continued, “Creating the space took a lot of imagination, coupled with things I’ve always wanted to change in my own experiences as a customer, from the models to the Fit Xperience, to the service. client. We are so happy with the result and now I can’t wait for people to see it.”

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A spokesperson for Savage X Fenty told FOX Business that the Vegas store opening will be followed by openings in Los Angeles, Houston, Philadelphia and the DC metro area in the near future. Additional details on store openings will be shared with the public when arrangements are finalized.

Savage X Fenty debuted as a direct-to-consumer e-commerce brand in 2018 and has been a hit with Rihanna fans and consumers alike. fashion– avant-garde designs at affordable prices. The company has also built a cult following for its commitment to body diversity, as evidenced by its annual fashion shows and year-round inventory that ranges from XS to XXXL.

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Although Rihanna is the founder of the eponymous brand, Savage X Fenty is a joint venture with TechStyle Fashion Group – the e-commerce force behind Kate Hudson’s sportswear brand Fabletics, footwear company ShoeDazzle and clothing company JustFab .

Rihanna founded Savage X Fenty in 2018 with backing from TechStyle Fashion Group, the e-commerce force behind Kate Hudson’s activewear brand Fabletics. (Samir Hussein/WireImage)

Fabletics began its foray into the retail world in 2015 and has since opened over 70 stores worldwide, one of which is located in the same mall where Savage X Fenty opened its first store.

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While TechStyle’s two celebrity-backed brands have enjoyed success despite the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, many big-box retailers have closed dozens or hundreds of outlets, including Victoria’s Secret, Brooks Brothers, American Eagle Outfitters, Gap, Banana Republic, Macy’s, JCPenney and Sears.

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AMTD International acquires global fashion media group L’Officiel Inc SAS https://monclerpaschereenligne.com/amtd-international-acquires-global-fashion-media-group-lofficiel-inc-sas/ Thu, 20 Jan 2022 12:57:00 +0000 https://monclerpaschereenligne.com/amtd-international-acquires-global-fashion-media-group-lofficiel-inc-sas/ NEW YORK & HONG KONG & SINGAPORE–(BUSINESS WIRE)–AMTD International Inc. (“AMDD International”, NYSE: HKIB; SGX: HKB), a dual-listed NYSE and SGX-ST company and subsidiary of the AMTD Group, is a major Asian-focused financial services conglomerate, headquartered in Hong Kong. Today, it announced the signing of a definitive agreement to acquire 100% of the stake in […]]]>

NEW YORK & HONG KONG & SINGAPORE–(BUSINESS WIRE)–AMTD International Inc. (“AMDD International”, NYSE: HKIB; SGX: HKB), a dual-listed NYSE and SGX-ST company and subsidiary of the AMTD Group, is a major Asian-focused financial services conglomerate, headquartered in Hong Kong. Today, it announced the signing of a definitive agreement to acquire 100% of the stake in L’Officiel Inc., (“The Official), a global fashion media holding company.

L’Officiel is the operating holding company of iconic French magazine L’Officiel, which recently celebrated its 100th anniversary, and L’Officiel’s global network of fashion and luxury media brands. It affects 80 countries and nearly 100 million people worldwide. Recently, L’Officiel launched a pioneering initiative based on the metaverse – to mark its centenary.

By integrating L’Officiel with AMDD’s SpiderNet, L’Officiel demonstrates AMTD’s ability to enable connectivity and positions us as a key player in the global fashion and luxury media industry,” said Dr. Calvin Choi, Chairman of AMTD Group and Founder of AMTD International. . “AMTD Group is committed to investing in and cementing points of connectivity between people’s interests, lifestyles and ESG initiatives, acting as a super-connector. The acquisition is the perfect stepping stone for L’Officiel to spearhead the adoption of new Web 3.0 practices and technologies coupled with the comprehensive financial services tools and infrastructure AMTD is implementing across Asia.

Dr. Feridun Hamdullahpur, Chairman of the Board of AMTD International, said: “I am delighted with this exciting new acquisition from L’Officiel joining the AMTD family. In our increasingly complex and interconnected world, many strategic synergies are formed, enabling a much greater impact and value proposition. Today’s announcement clearly illustrates and amplifies AMDD’s global vision in connecting its strong investment footprint and the world of fashion with digital connectivity. Today marks a very important day for the AMTD family, as we can look to the future with more confidence and business determination.

William Fung, CEO of AMDD International, added: “AMTD International prides itself on innovating and providing cutting-edge products and services to its customers. The successful acquisition of L’Officiel demonstrates our ambition and commitment to continue to diversify our activities and capabilities, and to be fully aligned with the overall IDEA strategy and AMTD Group’s expansion roadmap. I warmly welcome Benjamin Eymère and the L’Officiel team to the AMTD family. I’m extremely excited to embark on our journey through the Metaverse with Benjamin’s support and expertise. Opportunities and imagination are limitless and without borders.

Under the new management structure, Benjamin Eymère will continue to serve as CEO of L’Officiel. Additionally, he was appointed Chief Metaverse Officer of AMDD International. In this newly created role, Eymère is responsible for driving AMDD’s innovation in the Metaverse space. “Our goal is to showcase AMTD International’s leadership in the metaversal areas of entertainment and culture, and metaversal investment banking,” said Eymère. “I am very excited about our admission to the AMTD family, and AMTD International’s expanded plan is to deploy a new world of decentralized services and entertainment content, leveraging AMTD’s sophisticated digital transformation capability.

As part of this strategic vision, AMTD is delighted to announce the opening of the AMTD x L’Officiel land in The Sandbox, a leading decentralized gaming virtual world and subsidiary of Animoca Brands. The virtual space will showcase a project that draws on L’Officiel’s database of over 100,000 exclusive images from its 100-year history of fashion and culture. Titled “Fashion Skin,” the project will feature a collection of metaverse-ready virtual clothing. The pieces will be developed by applying artificial intelligence to L’Officiel’s fashion image database.

The acquisition of L’Officiel and the launch of a one-of-a-kind initiative in The Sandbox signifies AMTD Group’s IDEA strategy which encompasses a variety of creative and innovative projects around the world in media and entertainment, knowledge and education, and crypto investment banking. In addition, the expanded AMTD International group plans to establish/expand L’Officiel’s presence in Hong Kong, Macao, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Switzerland and the Netherlands in the coming months.

Global Emerging Markets North America Inc. (“GEM”) and Financière Jalou are pleased to celebrate the 100th anniversary of L’Officiel and both parties are committed to ensuring the continued success of the global media network by benefiting from full collaboration. with AMDD International. Christopher Brown, founder of GEM, and Marie-José Jalou, president of Financière Jalou, will continue to act as co-chairs of the board of directors of L’Officiel Inc., with Dr. Calvin Choi as the new senior chairman of the board.

About AMDD International Inc.

AMTD International Inc. (NYSE: HKIB; SGX: HKB) is a group of leading financial institutions headquartered in Hong Kong. Its comprehensive strategy of one-stop financial services solutions meets the diverse and interconnected financial needs of different customers at all stages of their life cycle. Leveraging its deep roots in Asia and its unique ecosystem – the “AMTD SpiderNet” – the company is uniquely positioned as an active super-connector between customers, business partners, beneficiary companies and investors, linking the East and West. For more information, please visit www.amtdinc.com or follow us on Twitter at “@AMTDGroup”. For company announcements, please visit http://ir.amtdinc.com/News.

About L’Officiel Inc.

L’Officiel (www.lofficiel.com) is a global fashion media company born in Paris in 1921. As a leader in fashion, beauty and luxury, the company publishes 33 editions distributed in 80 countries . Across all platforms, its network engages nearly 100 million fashion enthusiasts worldwide.

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La Jolla Business Roundup: Mandarin House returns, more new and upcoming openings https://monclerpaschereenligne.com/la-jolla-business-roundup-mandarin-house-returns-more-new-and-upcoming-openings/ Sun, 02 Jan 2022 21:00:22 +0000 https://monclerpaschereenligne.com/la-jolla-business-roundup-mandarin-house-returns-more-new-and-upcoming-openings/ [ad_1] After closing completely for almost two years following a fire in August 2019, La Jolla’s Mandarin House restaurant reopened in phases last year while undergoing renovations and is now welcoming even more customers. at 6765 La Jolla Blvd. Mandarin House started offering a take-out service in June. Three months later, the restaurant was “half […]]]>


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After closing completely for almost two years following a fire in August 2019, La Jolla’s Mandarin House restaurant reopened in phases last year while undergoing renovations and is now welcoming even more customers. at 6765 La Jolla Blvd.

Mandarin House started offering a take-out service in June. Three months later, the restaurant was “half open” for in-person meals while the renovation was underway. In November, the larger back room was reopened.

Owner Nelson Law said the restaurant is in the final stages of renovation, but “we are functionally open”.

He acknowledged that construction after the fire took longer than expected, but said: “We feel good to be open again. The layout is the same … aesthetically it’s different. We opted for a modern but old Chinese restaurant atmosphere. But we have the same food and the same flavors that you are used to. For those coming for the first time, we have been in La Jolla since 1977, so we invite you to come and see what we are.

The restaurant’s website is currently down, but you can reach it at (858) 454-2555.

La Jolla Gem Rating

After opening Saigon Spring Jewelry in September 2020, owner Jen Pham said she wanted to do more for her clients and delve deeper into her love of jewelry and gemstones. So she spent most of 2021 studying and training to become a gemologist and appraiser.

La Jolla Gem Appraisal owner Jen Pham works in her office at 7703 Fay Ave.

(Ashley Mackin-Solomon)

“I love gemstones and have a passion for them, so I wanted to have the knowledge to tell my clients about them,” Pham said. “But as I delved deeper, I realized that my passion was evaluation. “

She recently completed her gemology and appraisal degrees and opened La Jolla Gem Appraisal in November from the back of her jewelry store at 7703 Fay Ave.

“I wanted to be a trusted appraiser in this village that my husband and I call our home,” she said. “We want to contribute our knowledge to enrich the community we are in and help people in a professional way.”

In a simple expertise, the part is examined on the spot and the report is returned later. In more complex studies, the piece is left to Pham for research and analysis and is returned later.

Reviews are currently only available by appointment. Learn more about lajollagemappraisal.com.

The local specialty store

Seeking to expand its wine and beer offering, The Corner Mercantile & Eatery at 8070 La Jolla Shores Drive has taken over the adjacent property that once housed La Jolla Postal and Shipping and will call the subsidiary The Corner Specialty Shoppe.

The La Jolla Shores license review committee approved a conditional use license on December 20 for the sale of beer, wine and general merchandise at the store.

“Over the past few years we’ve been short on space, so we’re looking to expand our sales of beer and wine, caviar, chocolate, specialty items, etc.,” said owner Wayne Pierce.

PRC administrators noted during their hearing on the project that there are few places in La Jolla Shores that offer alcohol to take home.

Administrator Angie Preisendorfer said the store gave the street a “good vibe”.

Razzmata’zz

Thanks to divine intervention, the Razzmata’zz boutique opened in La Jolla in November to offer bohemian-inspired women’s clothing.

“I had stores all over Orange County, but when [my family and I] moved to San Diego County… I couldn’t find a retail location that suited me, ”said owner Artillia Marcellous. “I was going to Vons in La Jolla and God told me to look to my left, so I did and saw that this cute little showcase was available and thought it was a place ideal for a boutique. ”

Razzmata’zz is now located at 7556 Fay Ave.

Razzmata'zz store owner Artillia Marcellous shows off some of her store's offerings at 7556 Fay Ave.

Razzmata’zz store owner Artillia Marcellous shows off some of her store’s offerings at 7556 Fay Ave.

(Ashley Mackin-Solomon)

Marcellous, who has a background in fashion design, calls the La Jolla boutique his studio. “Some of the tie-dye and unique pieces are mine, but I also bring lines from Italy, washable silks and other designs,” she said.

Her ideal client is “someone who wants to experience something different,” she said. “Just someone with an open mind who wants something … unique.”

The store is open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Learn more at (949) 412-8550.

Joya Organic Cooking

As part of the new Boardwalk at Science Center Drive project, Clique Hospitality announced the opening of a new restaurant concept in February.

Joya Organic Kitchen at 10275 Science Center Drive will be a contemporary restaurant serving farm-fresh organic dishes, daily specials and take-out salads, sandwiches and squeezed juices, according to a press release.

“This area of ​​La Jolla is a hub for some of our country’s greatest innovators in science, medicine and technology,” said Andy Masi, Founder of Clique Hospitality. “We wanted to create a space where some of San Diego’s brightest minds as well as locals and visitors to the area could come together around organic, fresh and delicious food while soaking up the beauty of the concept of Joya’s open restaurant. ”

The Boardwalk is a $ 164 million life sciences campus that will include three buildings with more than 195,000 square feet of offices and laboratories. It is designed as a flagship location for Irvine-based Healthpeak Properties, which already operates approximately 2 million square feet of office space for life sciences in San Diego.

Mediterranean Room

La Valencia hotel at 1132 Prospect St. will reinvent its restaurant The Med to celebrate the inn’s 95th anniversary. In addition to returning to its original name, the Mediterranean Room, the hotel’s signature restaurant will be redeveloped with a new patio and bar and a new seasonal California-Mediterranean menu for brunch, lunch and dinner.

The Salle Méditerranée opens its doors this winter. For more information visit lavalencia.com.

Breakfast republic

The Rise & Shine Hospitality Group of San Diego continues to expand its presence with new locations for its breakfast and lunch restaurant concepts, including a Breakfast Republic location which opens this year at 637 Pearl St. in La Jolla.

An Eggies breakfast sandwich window will also open at the La Jolla location. Learn more about riseandshiner.com.

Marisi Italiano

the Puesto mexican restaurant The team will be opening their first Italian restaurant in late spring in the former Whisknladle space at 1044 Wall St. in La Jolla, next to the local location of Puesto.

Chef at Marisi Italiano Chad Huff, formerly of Broad Street Oyster Co. in Malibu, will prepare homemade pasta, carpaccios and seafood dishes. Marisi will also have a full bar – including homemade limoncello – run by the Puesto bar and spirits manager, Beau de Bois. Learn more about marisilajolla.com. ??

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Adore Me in US Launches New Tech Brand to Build Future of Retail https://monclerpaschereenligne.com/adore-me-in-us-launches-new-tech-brand-to-build-future-of-retail/ Mon, 27 Dec 2021 12:16:49 +0000 https://monclerpaschereenligne.com/adore-me-in-us-launches-new-tech-brand-to-build-future-of-retail/ [ad_1] American brand Adore Me, known for being the first lingerie brand to bring extended sizes to the market, has now introduced Adore Me Tech, an organizational structure that represents the future of what a tech group can look like within the industry. ‘a retail business. The main mission of the technology brand is to […]]]>


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American brand Adore Me, known for being the first lingerie brand to bring extended sizes to the market, has now introduced Adore Me Tech, an organizational structure that represents the future of what a tech group can look like within the industry. ‘a retail business. The main mission of the technology brand is to rely on the Adore Me operating platform.

“If there’s one trend that Adore Me has known as constant, it’s this: their market and their businesses are continually disrupted by new technologies and the external factors that go with them. Recognizing that changes in shopping and fashion are inevitable, Adore Me introduces its own suite of proprietary software and technologies used to expand into new markets, new products and new business models, ”the company said in a statement. Press release.

Currently, the Adore Me operating platform is presented as an ecosystem of 15 internal tools that power solutions for current and near-term business challenges, and it works closely with business partners to grow even further. Examples of these proprietary tools include a large-scale supply inventory management system, product ordering tool and advanced shipping notifications, an algorithm-based home trial subscription box, a advanced product creation tool used by the designers of Adore Me and a -serve platform that serves as the basis for influencer campaigns.

American brand Adore Me, known for being the first lingerie brand to bring extended sizes to the market, has now introduced Adore Me Tech, an organizational structure that represents the future of what a tech group can look like within the industry. ‘a retail business. The main mission of the technology brand is to rely on the Adore Me operating platform.

“We hypothesize that as the world around us continues to change, we will need to change the way we approach our planning, automation and policies,” said Romain Liot, co-founder and CEO of Adore Me. “The right framework will be our catalyst for business growth, and the Adore Me operating platform is a big step in the right direction. “

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Two more companies arrive in Aspen | News https://monclerpaschereenligne.com/two-more-companies-arrive-in-aspen-news/ Thu, 23 Dec 2021 10:00:00 +0000 https://monclerpaschereenligne.com/two-more-companies-arrive-in-aspen-news/ [ad_1] Two more businesses announced their arrival in Aspen this week, joining the general trend of openings just ahead of the busy winter season. Gabriela Hearst, specializing in home accessories, fine jewelry, and men’s and women’s clothing, has opened a pop-up store at 461 E. Hopkins Ave. in partnership with another high-end retailer, Max. The […]]]>


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Two more businesses announced their arrival in Aspen this week, joining the general trend of openings just ahead of the busy winter season.

Gabriela Hearst, specializing in home accessories, fine jewelry, and men’s and women’s clothing, has opened a pop-up store at 461 E. Hopkins Ave. in partnership with another high-end retailer, Max. The store will be open until March 31, according to a press release.

The retailer has two flagship stores, one on Madison Avenue in New York and another on Brook Street in London.

“I’ve had a feeling for a while that Aspen is a place we wanted to explore, and we have a great friend, Max, who has a space that we were able to transform with salvaged sequoias and rooms that our collaborators, Antoine Dumas and Benji Gavron, created specifically for this project, ”said Gabriela Hearst, Founder and Creative Director, in a press release.

Gabriela Hearst’s Aspen Residence continues the brand’s commitment to sustainable design and offers custom furniture and accessories designed in collaboration with Dumas, a French sculptor and furniture designer, and Gavron, a wood craftsman, indicates the press release.

The store offers “the best of Gabriela Hearst’s collections for women and men”, including ready-to-wear clothing, handbags, shoes, accessories, quality jewelry and home furnishings, indicates the press release.

“This will be the first time that a limited assortment of the Gabriela Hearst handbag collection will be available in the Aspen area: in particular the Nina, Demi, Diana, Chapman and Off to the Races. [products]», Indicates the press release.

The statement added that Hearst honored his family’s legacy by launching his eponymous label in the fall of 2015 after taking over the operations of his father’s ranch in Uruguay. She wanted to create a brand that reflects a slower pace and process: “where things are done with care and detail, where tradition is more important than trend, where every piece has a purpose,” the statement said.

Max is a luxury retailer “known for its very astute selection of the best designers in women’s clothing, footwear and accessories.” The retailer opened in Larimer Square in Denver in 1985 before moving to Cherry Creek in 1997. Max expanded to Boulder in 1994 and Aspen in 2000.

In another statement, Italian architect Chiara Santini announced the opening of a full-fledged architecture and design firm at 300 Aspen Airport Business Center, Suite B.

Santini, who is said to be an “internationally renowned designer,” will split her time between Aspen, Chicago and Milan, the statement said.

“We are Italian design. We care about every detail, from the materials to the space planning to the lighting, ”Santini said in a prepared statement.

Originally from Milan, Santini, a certified architect and interior designer, has worked on large-scale commercial and residential projects that have received international recognition, including the Mamilla Hotel in Jerusalem which has been named one of the ‘Best Hotels business in the world ”by Wallpaper Magazine, according to the release.

“Santini remains affable and humble, casually speaking about her career and impressive portfolio not bravado but in terms of the life experiences she has had, the meaningful relationships she has built and her pure passion. for design, “the statement said.

She would have architecture in her blood. “My father was an architect and growing up I would sit in his studio and sketch. This is how my passion for architecture and interior design started, it was in her studio, ”she said.

With diverse experience in all facets of the process, from site planning and architecture to interior design, Santini will bring a broad perspective to the Aspen luxury resort scene, the statement said. She brings “depth to every project she carries out, especially in terms of interior design, by designing key personalized elements like doors, stairs, railings and more,” the statement concludes.

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A Ma Maniére launches the fall / winter 2021 clothing collection https://monclerpaschereenligne.com/a-ma-maniere-launches-the-fall-winter-2021-clothing-collection/ Wed, 15 Dec 2021 21:29:57 +0000 https://monclerpaschereenligne.com/a-ma-maniere-launches-the-fall-winter-2021-clothing-collection/ [ad_1] A Ma Maniére is expanding its house brand with the release of its Fall / Winter 2021 clothing collection. Comprised of 43 pieces, James Whitner’s latest offering is a celebration of the world of sport and the indelible mark it has left on culture. The brand claims that concepts such as vigor, teamwork and […]]]>


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A Ma Maniére is expanding its house brand with the release of its Fall / Winter 2021 clothing collection.

Comprised of 43 pieces, James Whitner’s latest offering is a celebration of the world of sport and the indelible mark it has left on culture. The brand claims that concepts such as vigor, teamwork and “contributing to something bigger than yourself” are all reflected in the collection, which features premium athletic wear infused with 90s style elements.

Key pieces include a varsity jacket made from Italian melton wool; a branded denim trucker jacket in Japanese selvedge denim; a hockey jersey reminiscent of the year that AMM was founded; as well as a pair of hand-sewn slim jeans that have been detailed by a team of artists.

“A Ma Maniére fall / winter collection is inspired and rooted in the undeniable impact and legacy of sport on style and culture,” AMM explained in a press release. “Expressed by the brand’s continued commitment to classic, timeless luxury, each item in the collection has been designed to evoke ambitious academic style at the heart of modern style… All pieces are intentionally designed and finished with the finest materials. detailed with the consumer in mind for the perfect fit and wear.

You can check out WMA’s Fall / Winter 2021 video presentation above and lookbook images below. The collection ranges from $ 150 to $ 800 and is available exclusively at AMM stores in Atlanta, DC, and Houston, as well as at brand name stores. Online Store.

A Ma Maniere launches the fall / winter 2021 clothing collection

A Ma Maniere launches the fall / winter 2021 clothing collection

A Ma Maniere launches the fall / winter 2021 clothing collection

A Ma Maniere launches the fall / winter 2021 clothing collection

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Persaman New York now offers free delivery https://monclerpaschereenligne.com/persaman-new-york-now-offers-free-delivery/ Fri, 10 Dec 2021 21:00:00 +0000 https://monclerpaschereenligne.com/persaman-new-york-now-offers-free-delivery/ [ad_1] An industry leader in artisanal Italian handbags is offering a great deal on shipping. NEW YORK, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES, December 10, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ – Today, customers expect free shipping and fast delivery. This is why representatives with Persaman New York are proud to announce today that it now offers free shipping on all […]]]>


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An industry leader in artisanal Italian handbags is offering a great deal on shipping.

NEW YORK, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES, December 10, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ – Today, customers expect free shipping and fast delivery. This is why representatives with Persaman New York are proud to announce today that it now offers free shipping on all orders over $ 100.

“We believe in going above and beyond for our customers, thus offering free shipping on orders over $ 100 is one of the ways we show how much we value and truly appreciate our customers, ”said Shainaya Kukreja, spokesperson for Persaman New York.

Persaman New York, which recently celebrated its 30th anniversary of brand launch, specializes in Italian handbags handcrafted with a modern outlook with the best of Italian craftsmanship, culture and traditions.

“Our bags are made with the best of Italian craftsmanship, culture and traditions, with a modern outlook that is both strong and romantic,” Kukreja stressed before adding: “Each piece of a Persaman collection has his own passion, love, curiosity, and compassion to represent a philosophy for creating a beautiful world with beautiful people.

Persaman New York’s decision to offer free shipping on orders over $ 100 might turn out to be perfect timing. According to a 2021 consumer trends report, 80% of consumers expect free shipping when ordering a certain dollar amount of products, and 66% of consumers expect free shipping for online orders.

“We invite everyone to visit our website – we promise you’ll love what you see,” Kukreja said. “The best part is you can shop and know that shipping is free on orders over $ 100. “

The company’s new offering on the expedition, which arrives just in time for the holidays, is just part of the unique Persaman New York story. Its founder and creator, Saman, has always chosen to play the role that suits her best. Creative, hardworking, passionate with great attention to aesthetic detail. Saman has dedicated his professional and personal life to creativity.

The Persaman logo has become a symbol of fabulous clothing, impeccably handcrafted handbags, unique footwear and accessories. She gave a major boost to her brand, making it a “temple of fashion” – a tribute to her Italian creativity, history and know-how.

True to his belief in sustainable products, Saman personally oversees the local artisans who work in the handcrafting of his styles. When it comes to its products, it’s the stories that inspire everyone. They are found in her designs and creations, in the communities, individuals and non-profit organizations she supports and works with on our planet.

For more information, please visit https://www.persamannewyork.com/pages/copy-of-about-us.

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About Persaman New York

Persaman New York specializes in Italian handbags handcrafted with a modern outlook with the best of Italian craftsmanship, culture and traditions.

Contact details:

146 West 29th Street 9th Fl
New York, New York 10001
United States

Shainaya Kukreja
Persaman New York
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