Influenced by the music scene he was introduced to by his parents, designer Nicholas Daley creates practical urban pieces with seventies accents. A closer look at this British label to discover right away!
Making sustainable ceramics from industrial waste? It can be done, as mentioned in the “Green Innovations” concept – Lands Theme in the AW20-21 Digital Influences Study. Four designers from London’s Royal College of Art, Guillermo Whittembury, Joris Olde-Rikkert, Kevin Rouff and Luis Paco Bockelmann, have achieved the ingenious feat of recycling the residue of red mud,…
The complex relationship between the body and space in a given environment was the guiding thread of the tremendous thinking by the architecture studio that designed the SND store concept. Located in Chongqing, China, this avant-garde fashion mecca boasts lines with a pure minimalism, set off by a surprising cubic sales area, blending reflective surfaces,…
Created in 2017 by Claudia Cannatelli, the À Moi Paris brand reveals chic yet urban collections that can be worn on any occasion. Committed to an eco-friendly approach, the designer offers timeless ethical pieces of unequalled quality.
With their brand Jacob Lee, David Rosenfeld and Olga Schunk create chic and sophisticated collections influenced by a 100% rock’n’roll style. With leather, resounding slogans and dynamic looks, the English label takes a provocative approach with a modern elegance.
A leader in textile innovation, Tintex is now presenting new fibres with remarkable technical characteristics.
Fans of Japanese cosmetics love En products and the label has just opened its first address in Paris. And it was none other than the French architecture studio Archiee that was chosen to design the interior of this highly sought-after store.
A chromatic antidote to the gloominess of the winter collections, neon brightens up traditional colour palettes typical of the cold season, putting in place an electric good mood with futuristic hints.
An expert in cutting-edge textile materials, the manufacturer PrimaLoft is now presenting a new innovation with the creation of polyester microfibres that are chemically recyclable in one and the same circular economy.
The clothing brand Imarika has called on the Marcante-Testa studio to rethink the design of its Milan store near the “Porta Venezia”. Known for its unexpected material mixes and colour detailing, in this instance Marcante-Testa has created an atypical all-pastel setting!