Market season ushers in much excitement here at the Whitebeam Shop. It introduces what’s to come and helps us map the rest of the year. We are just giddy and beside ourselves as we peruse the new collections and plan our future offerings.
This recent show at 7 Place Vendôme in Paris featured many of our favorite designers. From the minimalist Black Crane to the ever-cool Scandinavian labels Norse Projects and Hope (Stockholm). And let’s not forget leather goods with VereVerto and Intentionally Blank. You get the point; we came, we saw, we loved.
Below, we share some highlights from the show and a sneak peak of upcoming new lines and products we’ll soon carry in the shop. We can’t wait til these goodies are in our hands and available to all of you. Til then…
Garbrielle Artigas is no stranger to the Whitebeam Shop. Her line continues with more rose gold next season, a lovely staple in recent years. We were also thrilled to see many silver pieces, which has returned as an “it” accessory (along with everything else from the 90s), and will dominate in a big way in 2017.
CUERO&MØR hail from Los Angeles. These vibrant new bags for Autumn/Winter are perfect for 2017—the year of the brightly colored bag. Their understated goods are produced in Southern Spain; where the designers work closely with the manufacturers to ensure utmost quality, ethics, and sustainability. On a side note, a little bird told us this is the same factory where Louis Vuitton produces their bags and accessories as well.
Sûrface is a unisex skincare line out of Milan. They combine technology with all-natural and organic ingredients to create products specifically for us, city folk. Their line aims to soothe, combat, and protect from all the environmental stresses of urban life. It’s all in good-looking and environmentally friendly packaging to boot.
Happy Socks introduces Hysteria, a new sock line geared toward women. This new range of socks continues with the fun and distinctive patterns we’ve come to expect from Happy Socks. Might we also note their cheekiness in choosing the name, Hysteria, for a female centered product? Oh yes, we see what you did there.