We delve a little deeper into the work of our in-house womenswear print designer, Eva Haluszka, to find out more about the thought and design process behind this season’s dusky pink Autumn Blossom design.
The last summer Bank Holiday weekend is fast approaching and it’s time to start planning how best to celebrate in order to go out with a bang. We round up our favourite hotspots to make filling your time all the more exciting.
The launch of a new season welcomes a change in style direction and the Reiss AW16 Lookbook presents this wholly fresh outlook that will spark a love affair with all-things winter. Here, we take a sneak peek behind the scenes to capture the details behind the shoot.
On Tuesday the 16th August, we opened our second stand-alone New York store at Westfield World Trade Center inside the Oculus building. Refreshments, logo-stamped cookies and complimentary People’s Pops ice-pops marked the occasion, and guest illustrator Lily Qian set up on the shop floor to provide bespoke customer portraits.
Alongside this, the Oculus had its own events taking place, with a ‘Family Day’ theme and a performance to close the celebrations at the end of the day. We headed to the location to take a look behind the scenes.
Today, we welcome the newest addition to the Reiss store portfolio, located within the stunning architecture of the Oculus building at Westfield World Trade Center, New York. It was Reiss’ Creative Director James Spreckley and interiors agency, d-raw who worked to develop the design from concept to reality and they aimed to complement the interior of its Madison Avenue companion within the general aesthetic.
The Westfield World Trade Center store can be found at: Upper Level Oculus, World Trade Center, 250 Greenwich Street, NY 10007
With new store launches, weekly fashion shoots and plans in place for Fashion Week, there’s a lot to talk about here at Reiss. To let you in on the action and give you an inside insight into everything from exclusive product launches to footage from behind the doors of our HQ, we’ve joined Snapchat.
Whether you’re yet to get on board with it or you’re already an avid fan, now’s the time to follow ReissFashion, right on cue for our launch on 16th August.
This month marks the launch of our latest US Reiss store in the soon-to-be launched Westfield shopping centre in downtown New York. Located within the stunning structure of the Oculus building at the Westfield World Trade Center, it’s set to be part of the city’s newest landmark.
Head to the location on Tuesday 16th August at 12pm for the grand opening and visit Reiss to experience the in-store activity, from refreshing drinks and snacks to live portraiture and competition opportunities. The store will be open until 9pm, with a live performance taking place at the shopping centre from 5-6pm.
We will be launching our snapchat account on the day. Search ReissFashion to follow our story.
It’s fair to say that the good weather has only recently made its overdue appearance, and with that in mind it has been somewhat tricky to envisage the kind of occasionwear outfit that would work for late summer. However, our new-season picks will ensure you’re at the top of your sartorial game, and what’s more? These pieces are so new you’ll minimise your chances of having that awkward matching-outfit situation with other guests.
Despite our annual hopes of soaring climates come June and July, the reality of the Great British Summer is sometimes a slightly less tropical affair. In turn, dressing for the season can be tricky to master, so to make things easier, we’ve compiled a set of ‘rules’ to keep in mind that may make perfecting your look a somewhat more effortless task.
The close of spring/summer welcomes a host of transitional pieces that will, in turn, set the tone for the new season. If there was ever an open invite to edit your wardrobe, this is it, so start laying the foundations for AW16 with our top five essential updates.
The Great British summer, whilst yet to make a solid appearance in 2016, is one of the most anticipated times of year and you won’t be short of things to do in London to make the most of the warmer weather. Here, we look at what’s coming up in July throughout the capital.
Head to the Reiss Guide for more of our recommendations of where to eat, drink, sleep and what to see across the globe.
This week marks the launch of the newest Reiss store – this time positioned on the iconic Madison Avenue in New York. To celebrate its opening and to get to know the neighbourhood a little better, we quizzed our US PR and Marketing Manager about what to see and do, and where to eat and drink in the surrounding area. Think of this as your definitive guide to Madison Avenue, as recommended by a trusted insider.
2016 has proven to be a year of continued global expansion for Reiss and today marks the launch of a further store opening, this time on New York’s iconic Madison Avenue. Much like the stores prior to this one, the architectural concept has been specifically designed with its location in mind, and whilst it stays true to the clean-cut aesthetic established at Reiss, there are elements that make each space completely unique. We look a little closer into what Dorrien Hopley of design agency, d-raw has created.
What to wear to a wedding is arguably one of the most thought about sartorial conundrums come spring/summer, and the maze of options grows ever bigger with each passing year. Invites become more creative, venues more eclectic, and dress codes more modern. Here, we delve a little deeper into the types of weddings and invites that you might receive, and look at contemporary styling options.
Bookmarked as one of the summer’s most prestigious sporting occasions, Royal Ascot is a flurry of racing competition and impeccable dress. The four-day event is loved for its fashion as much as its horse racing and is not one to take lightly when it comes to choosing what to wear. Traditionally, a strict dress code ensued, with women expected to wear a hat as well as complying to regulatory dress requirements. Today, this still stands for certain ticket holders, but there are varying degrees of expectation depending on your entry pass. Here, we look at the rules surrounding each and offer suggestions on how best to ensure you’re styled appropriately on the day.
Here, we look at the rules surrounding each and offer suggestions on how best to ensure you’re styled appropriately on the day.
To gain a closer insight into what this season’s campaign title, A Portrait Of Reiss means, we took to London’s Tate Modern to view their exhibit, Performing for the Camera. It’s scheduled to run until the 12th June so now is the time to book a visit if you’re yet to experience the pop-up photography display on offer at one of the city’s most iconic galleries.
The exhibit is open daily 10.00 – 18.00 and until 22.00 on Friday and Saturday.
The art of wearing print is never more relevant than in summer months and whether you’re confident enough to sport a bold iteration from head to toe or you feel a little less enthusiastic about embracing pattern, there’s sure to be a way of working it into your SS16 wardrobe. We take a closer look at the prints on offer this season and explore the styling possibilities surrounding them.
Following the success of the Portrait of Reiss event across the UK earlier this month, we took to our Hamburg store with PR agency, Mrs Politely, to continue the celebrations. Decorating the interior with crisp white floral arrangements and offering healthy canapes, prosecco and cold juices as well as gourmet ice-cream, the store was transformed into an evening destination. Here, we take a look inside the event.
Visit the store at: Kaisergalerie, Grosse Bleichen 23-27, 20354, Hamburg
This summer sees the launch of a host of new Reiss stores across the globe, and today it’s Nice, France that has been added to our portfolio. To find out more about the inspiration behind the store concept and take a closer look at how the sketches turned into a reality, we spoke with the d-raw architect behind the creation, Dorrien Hopley.
Visit the store at Boite No J5, 137 Avenue des Alpes. Cagnes Sur Mer, 06800