The Founder and Designer of A-Cold-Wall*, Samuel Ross, has teamed up with heritage perfume home Acqua di Parma to create a sequence of bottles for its Colonia perfume.
The British designer, who was as soon as protégé to the late Virgil Abloh, made a reputation for himself after founding his streetwear label A-Cold-Wall* in 2015. He is now teaming up with LVMH for a second time, anticipated to be launched in February 2023.
The first collaboration noticed Ross design a restricted version orange iteration of Hublot’s Big Bang Tourbillon, which bought out in lower than 24 hours.
Following the earlier collaboration’s success, Ross was invited to work on the 1916-founded model’s most sought-after perfume, Colonia. The announcement has been completely timed with Miami’s Art Basel, the place Ross will sit on a panel alongside artist Daniel Arsham and Miami Design District creator Craig Robins.
During the Miami-based occasion, Ross and Acqua di Parma will probably be distributing a limited-run micro-zine that tells the story of the collaboration. The prolonged 160-page model will probably be launched publicly when the collaboration goes stay in February.