This Thursday 21st March, luxury retailer and multi-brand mecca Parlour X welcomes WARDROBE.NYC - the limited-edition luxury wardrobe essentials for men and women, in an Australian-first, Sydney launch. Hosted by co-founders Christine Centenera and Josh Goot, clients will have the opportunity to meet the designers and shop the physical collection for the first time. The project by the duo was revealed as an original concept of luxury essentials, released in sets of four, eight or ten. Designed in New York and made in Italy, the sophisticated and straightforward ‘essentials’ weave flawlessly into a wearer’s high-end wardrobe. Fashion director of Vogue Australia, Christine Centenera is a former consultant on Kanye West’s Yeezy line and stylist at Louis Vuitton under men’s artistic director Virgil Abloh. Christine Centenera has shaped the images of some of the most influential people in fashion with her distinctive aesthetic and creative direction. As worn by fashion tastemakers and celebrities Gigi Hadid, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, The Man Repeller's Leandra Medine and Hailey Baldwin, the brand is built on a simple premise: essential modern pieces, made in superb quality.

[caption id="attachment_11682" align="aligncenter" width="1230"] Release 01[/caption] All three collections and respective sets; Release 01 Tailoring, Release 02 Sport and the latest release,  Release 03 Streetwear — will be available at the one-night-only Parlour X pop-up on Thursday 21stMarch, where both Christine Centenera and Josh Goot will meet and greet Parlour X customers, provide styling insights and experimenting with how the looks work, alongside Parlour X new season collections. [caption id="attachment_11680" align="aligncenter" width="1200"] Release 03[/caption] Both men’s and women’s collections will be available on the night. If you are interested learning more, connect with Parlour X by phone: 02 9331 0999 or emailing: shop@parlourx.com.au - or stay tuned on Instagram to watch the event unfold live via Stories.
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