From wait-listed bucket bags to suede mules, Mansur Gavriel has mastered the art of designing cult-favorite minimalist accessories since emerging on the street style scene back in 2013. So it comes as no surprise that the brand is officially going to make its long-awaited foray into ready-to-wear.
The ready-to-wear line will debut for Fall 2017 with a presentation in September, marking the brand’s shift into the see-now, buy-now show format.
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“We want to create a full world for our consumers and are thrilled to grow our product offering to include ready-to-wear. Our decision to simultaneously switch to a consumer-focused calendar is also exciting. We’re looking forward to offering our customers such immediacy,” co-designers Rachel Mansur and Floriana Gavriel said in a statement.
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Due to its transition into the see-now, buy-now format, Mansur Gavriel won’t be showing a new collection at New York Fashion Week this February. Instead, the brand will host a pop-up shop at its 134 Wooster St. location dubbed “The Candy Shop.” The special installation will be open to the public for four weeks beginning February 15th and feature the Spring 2017 collection along with a range of Mansur Gavriel styles and most importantly, the “finest Italian candies.” See you there.
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From: Harper’s BAZAAR US