Author of the novel "Call Me By Your Name" André Aciman, has announced that he is writting the sequel of the romantic story.
As we read in Vogue Hommes, the second novel (and possibly movie) might be out sooner than we expectecd. Even though before sharing the news and all the details we know let’s put the context back.
In 2017, Call Me By Your Name was treated to Italian director Luca Guadagnino's film adaptation , starring prodigy actor Timothée Chalamet and Armie Hammer . If, after the boxing of the feature film Oscarized, the director announced to prepare a sequel to his film, the author himself revealed on Twitter, in December 2018, that he would pursue the romance between his characters with a second book: "I'd love to have 'Call Me By Your Name', and I'm actually writing it . " A boon for all those who have been blown by André Aciman and his ability to provide so many emotions through the simple prism of words.
The good news ? We know the title and some details of the novel. According to Vulture , the publishing house Farrar, Straus and Giroux has indicated, via a statement, that it will be a direct result of the first installment. Samuel , the father of Elio , just divorced, would undertake a trip from Florence to Rome during which he makes a meeting about to change his life, while his son, become a classical pianist, will fly to Paris. Oliver , now a teacher in a school in the United States, would think of returning to Europe. Entitled Find Me , this second part will be released on October 29, 2019. We are already looking forward to it.
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Donatella Versace continues to draw from the archives of her brother Gianni, to transport the fashion house towards the future.
The group, gang, the Versace family becomes a pretext to tell stories of very different women, but all strong, brave, sexy and confident. While tartan is the symbol par excellence of belonging, Donatella Versace decides to blend together different eras and styles.
The leather bustier celebrates a 80s glamorous, pleated skirts and argyle sweaters are combined with punk and wasp and evening dresses are worn over the logo T-shirt in full DIY style
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Gucci opened Gucci Garden within the Palazzo della Mercanzia in Florence on January 10, just in time for this year’s Pitti Uomo trade show. Renovated by Alessandro Michele himself, the space holds several exhibition rooms overseen by critic and curator Maria Luisa Frisa, as well as a boutique filled with exclusive products, and a restaurant with the best chef in the world, Massimo Bottura, at its helm. Now, for the 95th Pitti Uomo in January 2019, Gucci has unveiled its plans for a brand-new exhibition, after dedicating one to Alessandro Michele’s collaborations with the house the designer’s homage to Björk’s. Two news artists, succeeding the work of Coco Capitán and Jayde Fish, will present their new murals.
Spread over two floors, the Gucci Garden highlights the history of Gucci, from its founding in 1921 to the present day, through a series of exceptional artefacts such as clothes, accessories, video installations and pieces of art. Each room explores the inspirations that were driving forces behind the house’s success, such as flora and fauna, one of Alessandro Michele’s favorite sources of inspiration and a recurring theme for several seasons now. Artists such as Coco Capitán, Jayde Fish and Trevor Andrew who all contributed to Gucci’s rise in the art world, have also contributed to the space, redecorating its walls with their unique artistic vision. Following the work of Capitán, Fish and Andrew, two new artists will take over the Gucci walls on January 8 2019, just in time for the 95th Pitti Uomo. The new exhibition will take over from the Björk-themed presentation currently in place.
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After the huge success of the London’s Design Museum exhibition "Azzedine Alaïa: The Couturier", a new announcement confirmed the good news.
The exhibition is travelling to Milan and it will be open on the 20th of September for four days only!
Showcasing his creations from the early 1980s and following his creative path right up until his final Paris Couture show in July 2017, the retrospective is curated by fashion historian Olivier Saillard, who, it’s safe to say, knows the ‘King of Cling’ and his work like the back of his hand.
Saillard was also behind Alaïa retrospective Je Suis Couturier, which took place in Paris earlier this year. The exhibition brought together looks including the iconic purple hooded gown worn by Grace Jones in 1985 Bond film A View to a Kill and a series of dresses worn by the likes of Naomi Campbell, Linda Evangelista, and Helena Christensen.
Taking place in the Italian city’s Palazzo Clerici throughout fashion week, the exhibition runs from September 20-25. Book your flights now, fashion fans.