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TRYANO launches the Garden of Imagination

Tryano, the newest addition to the Chalhoub Family, opened its doors in Yas Island, Abu Dhabi earlier this week. The private viewing introduced a new concept, one of great magnitude; the emergence of beauty, bags and children’s departments.

This wonderful journey gathered socialites and visitors from all over, along with Chalhoub Group’s Co-CEO Patrick Chalhoub, General Manager of TRYANO Hamdi Kulahcioglu and Linton Crockford-Moore, the Group’s Creative Director, who offered a tour and insight on the project development from the business, operational and creative perspectives.

Little did the visitors know that they were to be taken on an extraordinary roller coaster ride, sifting through the store’s most iconic elements; beginning from the magnificent carousel, to the state-of-the-art digital fountain and finally arriving at the sculpture garden. Indeed, everyone relished in the wide-ranging menu of 250 of the most worthy international and local brands.

“We are looking forward to welcoming our Guests to TRYANO where they will embark on an enchanting journey through an array of bespoke services and a large variety of beauty, bags and children’s products from sought-after brands. TRYANO is a friendly destination where shopping is taken to a whole new level. Come and discover TRYANO and join us on a journey into the ‘Garden of Imagination”, Said Hamdi Kulahcioglu, General Manager of TRYANO.

“Today’s consumers are not only looking to purchase a certain product. They are looking for an experience; they expect to be taken on a journey. TRYANO provides customers with an experience that is simultaneously ALIVE, ENTERTAINING, SPECIALISED and REMARKABLE. The store is inspired by the nature’s changing seasons, ever evolving and ever changing. We are aiming to bring to the Abu Dhabi consumers something different; a destination of truly exceptional experiences.” said Linton Crockford-Moore, Creative Director of the Chalhoub Group.

Tryano gives a chance like no other for guests, families and children to dive into a world of endless shopping and entertainment.

 

Cindy Menassa

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Brighten Up Your Day with Gucci’s Charming Eyewear Collection

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Forget everything you thought you knew about glasses, because Gucci’s Spring-Summer 2018 Eyewear collection is as eclectic as eyewear can be.

Sunglasses with crystals
Fluorescent sunglasses

Rectangular-frame acetate sunglasses
All by Gucci

 

Alessandro Michele has long championed the frilly attitude of fashion, what with his abundant exploration of all-things colorful, eccentric and opulent creativity. But the House’s Creative Director has instilled the Spring-Summer 2018 collection with a whole lot more than what meets the eyes – literally.

Sunglasses with crystals
By Gucci

 

Fine executions and sophisticated details come alive in a series of unique eyewear, all of which embody the eccentric spirit of Gucci. With colors as enchanting as magic and shapes as mystical as ever, the collection beams with a certain elegance brought up to very “vintag-y” proportions. Call it the Gucci effect.

Square-frame sunglasses
By Gucci

 

His creativity has indeed reached new heights, taking the fashion scene through the joys of bold proportions, visionary masks, classic shapes and heart-shaped styles with colorful multifaceted lenses.

Square-frame glitter sunglasses
By Gucci

 

Gucci’s futuristic designs have always harmoniously blended with bits and pieces of the retro world – think nods to the seventies and the eighties in the best kind of way. And so, this particular collection holds essentially true to this statement, offering fun and unexpected details from here, embellished jewels from there and a whole lot of shimmers from everywhere.

Square frame sunglasses
By Gucci

 

Round-frame sunglasses with metal
Cat eye glitter acetate sunglasses
All by Gucci

 

Square-frame sunglasses
Fuchsia pink sunglasses
Round-frame sunglasses with metal

All by Gucci
 

Heart-frame sunglasses
By Gucci

 

 

Article written by Cindy Menassa
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