As a talent spotter and expert in new trends, Promostyl comments on and analyses the latest shows presented by young Chinese designers during Shanghai Fashion Week. Inspirations, star pieces and key details: a review of these collections with a restricted yet nonetheless (very) definite influence.
Created over 130 years ago, the Molli brand is getting a makeover! After childrenswear, the Swiss label is now revealing refined and timeless women’s collections.
Self-heating underwear that could allow us to effectively combat the winter chill? This is the promise made by SKIINCore with its new-generation ready-to-wear, presented this week via the crowdfunding platform Kickstarter. But how is such a feat possible? Here’s a presentation.
Since 2015, Dubai Design Week has made the capital of the United Arab Emirates a hive of cultural activity. This year, for its fourth edition, it was held from 12 to 17 November with over 200 events that took place in the Dubai Design District.
The 11th edition of FIMA (International Fashion Festival in Africa) was held in Dakhla from 21st to 24th November 2018, where PromoSTYL was a partner of the event.
Drawing its inspiration from the Danish minimalism in which it is rooted, the label Rains is elegantly redefining the codes of rainwear, turning it into a starting point for a highly desirable wardrobe.
What do you think about celebrating the approaching new year wearing an ethical dress? With a modern elegance, Mother Of Pearl has designed an eco-friendly eveningwear collection. A great way to start the new year off on the right foot!
The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (PolyU) has developed a fabric defect detection system that uses cutting-edge technologies such as artificial intelligence. Here’s how.
On November 21-23, the KAZAKHSTAN FASHION WEEK ASTANA fashion shows was held at the Congress Center of the capital.
The designer Alykhan Velji, based in Calgary in Canada, has returned to his Indian roots to create his new Modern India furniture line for Mobilia. Composed of 15 pieces, the collection includes a wooden bench, coffee tables, a mirror, a console table and chairs inspired by Indian architecture and motifs.