BLING BLING BRUTALISM: 032c Crystal Collection Launch Reception

On the occasion of the 032c Crystal Collection launch, we celebrated with a cocktail reception at The Store in Berlin, followed by an impromptu autumn rooftop party. Luckily, being covered in crystals is a way to bring your own light to any situation, even in times of darkness. See the pictures from the evening below:

 

Photo MAXIME BALLESTEROS

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