It’s the last week of May, and all we can say is the month whizzed by. As the world returns to normal after two long years, one thing is clear — the world of luxury is back with a bang. From new launches to experiences and innovative ideas, here’s all the luxurious buzz from the last week of May.
Rolls Royce launched the new Boat Tail
A feast for your eyes, Rolls Royce introduces the newest Boat Tail that is inspired by pearls and elements of the ocean. This custom-made creation is a tribute to the owner’s father, whose origins in the pearling industry grew into a family business. Imitating the colour of seashells, Rolls Royce said it’s one of the most complex paintworks that they’ve attempted. This theme continues to the cabin too, with oyster-toned leather seats, and Royal Walnut veneer, rose gold and mother-of-pearl accents throughout Boat Tail’s rear deck adorned in royal walnut veneer, complete with rose gold-plated pinstripes. Like a natural pearl, it is truly one-of-a-kind.
Lakmé Fashion Week X FDCI is all set to come to Mumbai
After the successful first physical edition in the capital, The Fashion Design Council of India (FDCI) and Lakmé Fashion Week will return to the city of dreams, Mumbai. It will be held between 12th and 16th October 2022. Sunil Sethi, Chairman FDCI commented, “The return to a physical format of the FDCI X Lakmé Fashion Week in Delhi was a welcome change after the hybrid editions of the past two years. It gave the designers a chance to showcase their creativity, up close and personal with the audience. With the same energy from the success of the previous season, we are happy to announce that the event will be back for its next physical showcase in the month of October. Keeping the spirit of the collaboration between FDCI and Lakmé Fashion Week, we are very excited to bring the event to Mumbai.”
Amazon opened its first store In LA
Amazon Style opened doors to its first-ever store in LA, US. It is the first-ever physical store for men’s and women’s fashion, which uses innovative technology to help you find looks. A 300,000 square foot building, the store offers in-store styling-and-fitting services and implements Amazon One palm-recognition-based checkouts. So far, Amazon Style carries brands such as Calvin Klein, Levi’s, Lacoste, and more.
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