In the world where visual apperance is everything, United Colors of Benetton has reopened its Place de L’Opera Paris flagship store, a temporary/pop-up concept fitted in the new “Pink Box”, offering an engaging experience of the brand and its collections. The concept was launched during Milan Fashion Week last February and is being rolled out in other European locations as well in the coming months. The reopening was celebrated with a grand party and the event also featured a performance by Jordane Saget – a Paris based contemporary and street artist whose work contributes to shaping the city’s identity as it stands today, much in the way Keith Haring did with New York City in the 1980’s.
The entire store is colored pink – from the floors to the interior décor, the checkout counter and the shelves – to create a fresh, engaging visual experience that offers visitors the chance to immerse themselves in the Benetton world, while at the same time emphasizing the hues of the apparel.
The Spring Summer 2022 collection inside the store is a hymn to color. Between pastel shades, colors block and allover details, the clothes make up a cheerful, multitasking and environmentally friendly wardrobe, in which organic cotton, linen blend denim, recycled yarns and eco-sustainable viscose stand out.
They celebrated the reopening of its Place de L’Opéra flagship store, with a grand party attended by hundreds of talents from the fashion industry and beyond. An array of fashion industry icons and new generation French creative talents flocked to Place de l’Opéra to pay homage to the new concept store. Among them were Jean-Charles de Castelbajac, Camille Janssen, Pierre Painchaud and Ludovic Fontanel ‘The Tryers’, Taika, Baby Suki, Abigaëlle, The Diann, Alice Moitié, Nix, Zoé Lenthal, Émile Pony, Lily Taïeb, Goldie Williams, Benjamin Eymere and Twin Sisters.
The DJ set was played by Le Diouck, Joséphine de La Baume, Elliot and Bamao