The latest edition of Design Week was held in Stockholm from 3 to 9 February 2020. On the programme this year were responsible design, pop-ups in restaurants and former military bases, a recreated artist’s studio, and a dash of feminism and fantasy.
It is almost time to buy yourself a new swimsuit however it is important to keep in mind that traditional fabrics used to create your favorite bikini is also harmful to the environment, and it is quite simple to understand why: plastic.
Presented during a conference at Première Vision Paris SS21, legendary Leavers lace, an exceptional blend of art and craftsmanship with centuries-old heritage, has gradually given way to industrial lace that has finally got the upper hand. Unless new textile opportunities offer it an unexpected future.
The highest number of architectural concepts are tested in Asia. Clients are attempting to better understand the sometimes confusing offering presented to them. The infrastructures put in place are aimed at a luxury clientele always on the hunt for novelty, surprise and innovation. In Japan and China, we have seen two double-faceted boutiques playing on…
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…
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…