ERL RTW Spring 2024

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ERL IRL’s first show was a unique blend of the past and the future. Set in the year 2176, the show was held in the courtyard of Palazzo Corsini and featured an appearance by Dior Men Resort from the previous year. Eli Russell Linnetz created the collection to tell a story of his own making that fit perfectly at Pitti. The story was of a group of real-life surfers from Linnetz’s real-life neighborhood of Venice Beach who had come to ride the waves that are breaking in Tuscany due to global warming. They crashed the ambassador’s party and brought gifts from their side of the swollen ocean as well as things they had stolen from places closer to there.

The show was heavily influenced by the past, with Uncle Sam-meets-Slash top hats, tailored ’70s topcoats and shirts worn over star-spangled “wetsuits,” and the thwup-thwup of Huey rotors and Jim Morrison saying “The End” on the music. Linnetz also included a newspaper from 2176 with a service to help people with the draft. Backstage, in collaboration with the artist Oliver Herring, there was a beautiful quilt made of clear plastic tape. Accessories included oversized versions of Etnies, Emerica, and Globe’s puffy skate shoes from the early 1990s, as well as glasses with rubber frames that looked more like goggles than shades. The collage chains that Tom Binns made could have been worn with almost any outfit.

ERL’s first real-world collection was a hyper-unreal blend of American male identities, hang-ups, and fragile wearable projections of power. Don Henley’s “Boys of Summer” blasted from the sub-woofers and surfers walked by, making it a fun and enjoyable show.
Today, the ability to connect to the world – or to specific geographic areas – has become increasingly important for companies of all sizes. With the rise of the internet and its increased reliability, businesses need to stay up to date with the latest technologies and trends to remain competitive. Businesses that are unable to do so risk becoming a relic of the past.

To stay competitive, many companies are turning to software solutions to meet their complex needs. One of these solutions is the Enterprise Resource Locator, also known as ERL. This is a powerful technology that can help companies connect with local resources and manage business operations.

ERL is comprised of four main parts: a cloud-based platform, an application pool, a feature manager, and an SDK.

The cloud platform is designed to provide users with a secure and efficient environment. It allows them to connect to business partners, customers, or other entities in the cloud. This helps companies simplify their processes to ensure greater efficiency.

The application pool, on the other hand, gives developers access to all the tools necessary to build new applications. This allows them to quickly create and deploy powerful new applications that are tailored to the company’s exact needs.

The feature manager allows users to manage existing features and integrate them with new ones. This helps companies ensure that their solutions remain up to date and meet customer needs.

Finally, the SDK allows developers to quickly create and deploy applications. It also provides users with an easy-to-use interface and encourages collaboration between developers and customers.

ERL technology allows companies to stay ahead of the competition and continue to deliver quality services. With its scalability, development speed, secure technology, and easy-to-use interfaces, ERL is quickly becoming a must-have for businesses of all sizes.

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