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July 2023

Todo bien !

Fashionistas play Gisele Bundchen on a deserted beach. 

A shimmering wardrobe and flashy accessories transport us to Copacabana in the blink  of an eye.

Par Julie de los Rios

Erès x Goossens


Erès enlisted the help of goldsmiths Goossens to round off its beachwear collection with a capsule collection of creoles and a jewel adorned with tropical-inspired charms that you can wear in 4 ways: as a belt, choker, long necklace, or double-wrap bracelet.



Dynamic duo

Fluorescent, glitter, leopard: girls in the spotlight match their bubble-gum-scented 100% made-in-Brazil sandals to their clutch bags.



Neo bling

Hipanema, founded by Parisians Jenny and Delphine, the brand’s story began in 2011 on Rio de Janeiro’s legendary beach. The duo is revisiting XXL links this season. Available in steel or acetate. The jewels come in a range of cheerful colours.


Zalando x Paco Rabanne

New Gen

The 40 pieces, created exclusively for the online store, ranging from disco dresses to medallions bags and brightly coloured tie & dye, introduce a new generation to the Paco Rabanne story.


Melissa x Jean Paul Gaultier

Pure Eighties

What’s our favourite item from the collection celebrating the 40th anniversary of the first collaboration between the recycled, vegan accessories brand and designer? The Punk Melissa Love Pump + Jean Paul Gaultier heeled pump: a cross between gothic, punk, and hardcore styles.


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