Highsnobiety / Lucas Christiansen
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Highsnobiety / Lucas Christiansen
Highsnobiety / Lucas Christiansen
Highsnobiety / Lucas Christiansen
Highsnobiety / Lucas Christiansen
Highsnobiety / Lucas Christiansen
Highsnobiety / Lucas Christiansen
Highsnobiety / Lucas Christiansen
Highsnobiety / Lucas Christiansen
Highsnobiety / Lucas Christiansen
Highsnobiety / Lucas Christiansen
Highsnobiety / Lucas Christiansen
Highsnobiety / Lucas Christiansen
Highsnobiety / Lucas Christiansen
Highsnobiety / Lucas Christiansen
Highsnobiety / Lucas Christiansen
Highsnobiety / Lucas Christiansen
Highsnobiety / Lucas Christiansen
Highsnobiety / Lucas Christiansen
Highsnobiety / Lucas Christiansen

Our world tour of the official Colette, Mon Amour documentary — co-produced by Highsnobiety and featuring testimonials from the likes of Kanye West, Pharrell Williams, and Virgil Abloh — is heading back to Paris, where the colette story began.

There will be a private screening at MK2 Beaubourg on February 25 at 8:00 p.m., with public screenings beginning on February 26 through March 1 every day at 6:00 p.m. Tickets are available here.

To celebrate, Highsnobiety Shop is thrilled to announce our new accompanying merchandise capsule featuring collaborations from Maison Kituné and Off-White™. This is accompanied by a lookbook shot with former colette staff in the surrounding areas of the Rue Saint-Honoré, where the store was based.

Following our New York drop, this collection comprises T-shirts, hoodies, a baseball cap, iPhone covers, notebooks, an AirPods case, sunglasses, and tote bags. The aforementioned collaborations see the Maison Kitsuné fox motif appear on graphic tees, while a special Off-White™ jitney bag pays tribute to the Parisian institution with blue detailing and signature quotation marks.

The complete collection is exclusively available on the Highsnobiety Shop and at Maison Kituné- Tuileries until March 4.

Colette, Mon Amour is an insider’s look at the days leading up to, and following, the closing of the iconic retail space. A number of industry figureheads open up about what colette meant to them, exploring how it affected both the fashion industry and wider youth culture.

Words by Max Grobe
Associate Fashion Editor