Alexis Christodoulou is a self-taught artist living in South Africa, who creates imaginary architectural spaces using 3D software, which he then posts on his successful Instagram account @teaaalexis. Fascinated by the world of video games and 3D graphics, this former advertising copywriter lamented these images’ lack of aesthetics. His work creates a subtle blend between…
Blood bonds are the strongest, Côme is the undeniable proof. Created in 2014 by brother and sister Clémence and Matthieu Dru, the brand offers up ultra-desirable pieces that are as delicate as they are urban. This summer, Côme launches its first 100% ethical collection, to be snapped up without delay!
Customise your clothes to the point of being able to nearly completely change them? This is the new promise of eShakti, the American women’s ready-to-wear brand known for offering custom sizes and styles.
Co-founded in 2015 by Janne Poranen and Juha Salmela, this young Finnish company seeks to meet the challenges of the textile and forestry industries through the design of innovative textile products.
Overlooking the Indian Ocean, in the heart of beautiful Mauritius, Camille Walala reveals a hotel with colourful pop décor. Showing off her signature graphic style and directly inspired by the island’s lush nature, the flagship designer of the moment is once again being applauded with the hotel SALT of Palmar.
Based at the heart of the United Arab Emirates, Faiza Bouguessa draws openly on traditional Dubaian know-how. Combining Eastern inspirations and Western trends, the young Frenchwoman offers bold and elegant pieces with ultra-refined details. Focus.
Ready to conquer the ready-to-wear industry, the fashion subsidiary of the digital behemoth is joining forces with important influencers for promising collaborations.
Drawing its roots in the Frankfurt basin, Chanty has been keeping the skilful art of lingerie alive with passion and innovation since 1957.
If consuming more efficiently is a major social issue, it is also a distinct competitive advantage for the players of the fashion world. This is nothing new – because fashion is one of the industries that pollutes the most on the planet, textile designers are vigorously getting a grip of environmental themes.
It’s far from Virgil Abloh’s first collaboration. After Nike, Supreme, Ikea and many others, Virgil Abloh, the star designer of the moment and Louis Vuitton’s new artistic director, has joined forces with the iconic furniture designer and manufacturer Vitra. Together they are presenting the Twentythirtyfive installation reflecting Virgil Abloh’s thinking in Zaha Hadid’s fire station…