A pioneer in organic cotton production, Sanko Textile relies on age-old know-how to offer top-quality textiles. We can see their work in the Spring/Summer 2021 Kids Trend Book with the LOUD THEME presenting one of the fabrics produced by Sanko.
Behind a host of concept stores, boutiques and coffee shops in Korea, the creative architecture studio Unravel is in the habit of designing offbeat conceptual spaces with contrasting materials in minimalist lines.
A celebration of the know-how of the top luxury houses’ couture ateliers, the most recent haute couture Fashion Week showed, once again, what French fashion knows best. Precious fabrics, meticulous embroidery, fabulous silhouettes: in the space of a few minutes, the shows revealed a huge amount of effort, combining an acute sense of detail with…
Personalised skincare is increasingly important in the field of cosmetics and brands are now working on this aspect as a priority.
Presented in Theme III “Gentle Mountain Bike” of our Autumn/Winter 21-22 Sports book, Tintex x ColorZen fabrics highlight an innovative new eco-friendly dyeing process that reconciles bright colours and the environment.
Parisian couturier Djaba Diassamidze’s foray into designing a concept store has given rise to a singular setting. Right at the heart of Barcelona’s Eixample neighbourhood, he has taken over 1,500 m2 in a 19th-century building Casa Tomàs Roger. We find his collection along with a selection of objets d’art, a brasserie, a bookshop and furniture.
A marketing pitch that has now become a must, today sustainability is the watchword of luxury brands in search of new credibility. Faced with ever-more demanding buyers when it comes to respect for the environment, luxury groups and houses are rethinking their position with a series of concrete measures affecting, among other things, the materials…
In the vicious cosmetics spiral, the male beauty world known as “grooming” is also emerging. Taking care of yourself no longer only concerns women; men are increasingly open to brands and new products when it comes to beauty.
With a traditional braiding shop and weaving mill, the German firm, Fritz Moll, has made a name for itself for over 150 years in the production of high-quality elastic ribbons and lace. Whether aesthetic or purely technical, their products meet client requirements thanks to cooperative developments. Here’s how.
While pink is the most sought-after colour on Instagram and social media, over the past few years we have seen a host of shops, museums, restaurants and other coffee shops entirely in pink adopt the bubble gum shade in every possible style and variation. Is it still possible to create new all-pink retail concepts nowadays?