Quckies: Murakami wraps LV, Hermès' new Smart Car and more
By Seth Plattner
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Takashi Murakami (pictured) will wrap the 5th avenue Louis Vuitton store in signature print for the holidays. Does this label need any more gimmicks? Sure, why not? [WWD]
Hermès unveiled it's new Smart Car. The Fortwo édition Toile cars, manufactured by the Como group, are
available in 10 colors including gold, indigo and the luxury house’s
signature orange and the car is outfitted in Hermès leather. At $48,564 it's a bargain, and you can always scrap the interior for a new jacket or gloves. [WWD]
Sarah Jessica Parker will narrate the new Metropolitan Museum of Art’s audio guide tour on “Costume: The Art of Dress.” And Sex and the City continues it's inescapable domination of all things fashion, and all things Sarah Jessica Parker. [WWD]
Want every piece from the H&M Commes des Garcon line? Too bad, they're imposing a two garment limit per customer. Sharpen your nails, ladies. [The Cut]
A little style advice from Alan Flusser. And he's not afraid to sartorial bitch slap offenders.
Open for Business: MCM flagship in New York City's The Plaza Hotel. Also setting up shop in The Plaza? Seize sur Vingt in their new 750 square-foot outpost.
-- SETH PLATTNER