The Ultimate Guide to Fashion Events during Art Basel Miami 2021
From Louis Vuitton to Chanel, luxury houses are popping up in Miami this year in a Major manner. Before, High life provides a comprehensive guide to the best fashion events taking place throughout the week.
Photo credit: courtesy of Louis VuittonAs a house that continually explores its relationship with art and fashion, Louis Vuitton will host several Art Basel Miami events this year. On December 1, she will open the doors of her men’s boutique in Miami (as well as an exclusive boutique and very men’s fashion show planned before the opening). Merging the vibrant spirit of Miami with Louis Vuitton’s heritage of craftsmanship and innovation, the new destination will illuminate its geometric faÃ§ade, inspired by a classic piece by Louis Objets Nomades, the Diamond Screen by Marcel Wanders Studio.
In addition, the brand will transform its Design District women’s store into an immersive showcase of Nomadic Objects, including new pieces for 2021. The facade will be temporarily enveloped in a jubilant burst of woven color, modeled on a new Nomadic object of the Campana brothers. , and the interior will be curated by Spanish architect and designer Patricia Urquiola to include some of her iconic pieces, like the hanging chair.
Photo credit: courtesy of Dior
Dior will launch its Medallion Chair exhibition in the United States during Design Miami and Art Basel at SuperBlue, a new arts center dedicated to helping artists realize their vision and engage audiences with experiential art. The iconic Medallion chair has become a mainstay of Maison Dior and, like Dior’s Lady Art Project, has been reinterpreted by selected international artists.
In the spirit of Art Basel, Loewe will reopen its Design District boutique with a brand new concept, inspired by the works of artist Sol LeWitt. The new concept will unveil a vibrant mural designed by LeWitt, commissioned by the Paula Cooper Gallery. Unlike the colorful interior, the facade will be covered with shiny black ceramic handcrafted in Spain.
To celebrate the 100th anniversary of the house’s iconic perfume, Chanel n Â° 5, Chanel will organize several immersive experiences in the Miami Design District.
Photo credit: courtesy of Givenchy
Throughout the week, Givenchy will present exclusive works of art throughout the boutique. From Matthew M. Williams of Givenchy’s collaboration with artist Ewan MacFarlane on a series of custom mannequins to the appearance of the Chito collaboration, which debuted as part of the Givenchy resort 2022 collection, the Givenchy boutique in Miami will truly become a work of art.
Photo credit: courtesy of Tag Heuer
TAG Heuer will be celebrating its ambassador Jimmy Butler, a Miami Heat basketball superstar, at a private waterfront home during the week.
Photo credit: Courtesy of TOD’S
Tod’s, the iconic Italian brand known for its timeless elegance and understated luxury, celebrates its MOSAIC collection alongside American artist Willie Cole, during Art Basel. With an emphasis on sustainability, the MOSAIC collection breathes new life into materials that would otherwise go unused and transforms them into timeless and enduring objects. The Tod’s MOSAIC collection along with Willie Cole’s art sculptures will be on display at Tod’s Miami Design District until December 6.
Photo credit: courtesy of Vacheron Constantin
Luxury watchmaker Vacheron Constantin will collaborate with Chris Burden Estate and local Miami artist Najja Moon to reveal Art in motion, an art installation in the Maison’s Miami neighborhood boutique, inspired by Vacheron Constantin’s 1921 American driving watch and the fascination with movement and craftsmanship found in art and watchmaking; it will be visible from November 29 to January 2022.
BALMAIN x (RED)
In honor of World AIDS Day, Balmain and (Red) will unveil Saype’s latest monumental fresco at the Scope Art Show.
In partnership with YoungArts, Prada will host a private cocktail party with Sarah Arison, Michi Jigarjian, Craig Robins and Sandra & Tony Tamer, where guests can experience the Prada Holiday 2021 collection that fuses simple silhouettes with shiny, exuberant surfaces.