The Italian brand’s seventh iteration of its travelling limited editions marks the pop-up series’ first time here.
Consuelo Castiglioni left the house she founded in 2016. Yet, her spirit is still at the heart of the label. It’s evident in the quaint, oddball collectibles in Marni Market, a themed pop-up selling limitededition bags, furniture and jewellery that can’t be purchased at any Marni store.
It kicked off in September 2014 in a garden-like setting in Milan, selling bags, pots and small garden decorations like fake ﬂowers. Further editions were staged in Paris and Bangkok, as well as Costa Mesa (California) and Nagoya, before it returned to Milan in April 2018 at furniture and design fair Salone del Mobile.
From August 1-15, the concept repeats here at Ion Orchard’s Atrium. Prices are from $60 for a tin can, to $1,000 for some sculptures. – BG
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These handmade wool and metal animal sculptures are called “Marni Wooly Friends”. Only 10 of each will be sold. The orange fellow is $730; prices are unavailable for the others.
This shopper is woven by Colombian artisans the traditional way: by hand. Price unavailable.
Plastic bag, priceunavailable.
Polyester tote with calf leather handles, $300.
Metal sculpture, $380.