Roger Vivier 'Candy Clouds' pop-up at Ngee Ann City in Singapore | SENATUS



Roger Vivier 'Candy Clouds' pop-up at Ngee Ann City in Singapore
By SENATUS Editor | 6 April 2024

Roger Vivier is hosting an exclusive Candy Clouds pop-up in Singapore, at Ngee Ann City Atrium Level 1 from 4 to 14 April, and a takeover of the boutique from 4 to 23 April.

To celebrate this special rendezvous, a region-exclusive Candy Clouds capsule is now available for the month of April, spotlighting the playful spirit of the Maison.

The vastness of the sky is joyfully contained in Roger Vivier's boutique windows and pop-up corners with the newest Candy Clouds displays, designed for the Spring Summer 2024 season. Among animated clouds, in a dreamy atmosphere, Gherardo Felloni's creations come to life and narrate a joie de vivre capable of transporting those who experience it elsewhere.

The three-dimensional structures representing huge cotton candy clouds are sculpted and painted by hand by Parisian artisans and gain depth against a printed and then meticulously hand-finished "sky" backdrop. Equipped with arms and legs, the misty formations represent the bold essence of the playful fantasies of Roger Vivier's creative director Gherardo Felloni. In a sky of pastel colours - ranging from sorbet pink, to lilac, to powder blue - painted details make the atmosphere precious, almost muffled by the sophistication of the velvety finishes that envelop the room.

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