Ahead of Chanel’s invasion of colette for the month of November is Thom Browne‘s takeover of the Parisian boutique. For October, the bespoke menswear imprint will completely redesign colette’s second floor, festooning the space with its trademark grey hue and 1950s-inspired interior design cues. Additionally, the 31-day installation will tout over two hundred items spanning new and archival menswear, womenswear, accessories, as well as home goods to boot.
Accompanying the products are interactive experiences for visitors including a section where folks can personalize products. Not to mention, celebrated tattoo artist Leo Gavaggio will offer Thom Browne-inspired tattoos to customers for the month-long event. Conclusively, Thom Browne and colette have teamed up with Italian restaurant Sant Ambroeus for a pop-up cafe offering coffee and homemade sweets abound.
If you’re visiting the French capital, you should definitely drop by the shop this October to get a first-hand experience of the Thom Browne takeover. Find the address below and head over to colette’s official website to learn more.
213 Rue Saint Honoré
Paris, France 75001