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Vegas - 2016 - Issue 2 - Late Spring - Dita Von Tesse

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FUSION PROFUSION WHAT HAPPENS WHEN CREATIVE GENIUSES PUT THEIR HEADS TOGETHER? ONE-OFF COLLECTIONS FOR SPRING WITH 2X THE STYLE AND LUXURY! BY LISA FERRANDINO STYLE COLLAB Designers this season are teaming up with equally stylish counter- parts in the worlds of fashion, fine art, and architecture to take their collections to the next level. Cases in point: • Max Mara (Saks Fifth Avenue, Fashion Show, 702-733-8300; and Maya Hayuk, an American artist known for her bold geometric prints, cel- ebrate the iconic prism motif of Max Mara's sunglasses with a project showcasing vibrantly patterned, limited-edition eyewear for women. • French courtier Jean Paul Gaultier joins bauble favorite Atelier Swarovski (Fashion Show, 702-732-8161; for Reverse, a 12-piece collection of Kaputt crystal and 24k gold that gives the effect of chocolate-y gold for statement-making jewelry. • Boudoir must-have Agent Provocateur (agent and footwear designer Charlotte Olympia (Forum Shops at Caesars, 702-895-7510; ) team up to bring back Old Hollywood glam Design duo: Akris's Albert Kriemler has designed a collection ( RIGHT) inspired by Sou Fujimoto's architecture, such as Budapest's House of Hungarian Music ( FAR RIGHT). Artist Maya Hayuk brings geometric shapes to life in a collab with Max Mara yielding vibrant, limited-edition shades and art pieces (MIDDLE OF PAGE). Jean Paul Gaultier teams up with Atelier Swarovski for the Reverse jewelry collection (LEFT AND RIGHT). Old Hollywood glamour has inspired a new boudoir collection from (BOTTOM RIGHT, FROM LEFT) Charlotte Olympia and Agent Provocateur's Sarah Shotton. PHOTOGRAPHY BY MIGUEL MEDINA/AFP/GETTY IMAGES (AKRIS MODEL); SOU FUJIMOTO ARCHITECTS (HOUSE OF HUNGARIAN MUSIC); HISHAM AKIRA BHAROOCHA (HAYUK, PAINTING); COURTESY OF MAX MARA (SUNGLASSES); RAINER TORRADO (GAULTIER); RICHARD GREEN (SWAROVSKI JEWELRY) with lingerie sets and complementary shoe styles that evoke playful femininity. • Albert Kriemler, creative director of Akris (Neiman Marcus, Fashion Show, 702-731-3636;, collaborates with Sou Fujimoto on a spring collection of structural ready-to-wear and accessories that features components of the renowned architect's most famous works. . 72 VEGASMAGAZINE.COM

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