Restoring the prestige of a revolutionary item in women’s wardrobes? This is the mission that the young designer, Marine Escurat, set herself, founding the Les Garçonnes label, which was launched in Paris in 2017.
“Children of the Discordance is a manifestation of the personal data accumulated throughout my entire life.” This strong and surprising definition is how Japanese designer Hideaki Shikama describes his label, a rising star on Japan’s underground scene. Here’s the story.
Twin Brothers and adventure athletes Nick and Steve Tidball are behind Vollebak, one of the most innovative apparel companies in the world. They use science and technology to create breakthrough sport clothing concepts. The Graphene Jacket is their latest experiment and they invite forward-thinking customers to buy it, test it and give them feedback.
A Spanish fashion label with a graphic aesthetic, Loreak stands out from its peers with retail outlets boasting a design that is just as atypical. Founded in 1995, the brand is once again breaking away from traditional retail codes with a new address in San Sebastian, designed in collaboration with the Iberian architecture studio Pensando…
The Scandinavian brand Munthe – formerly Muntheplussimonsen – was created in 1994 by Naja Munthe and Karen Simonsen with the aim of offering clothes that had never been seen before, often with a subversive intent. In 2014, creative director Naja Munthe relaunched the brand on her own with the desire to keep its original DNA,…
Founded in 2016 by William Hauvette, ASPHALTE is a 100% menswear brand that invests in its customers’ experience by involving them into the whole creation process.
Mectex, an Italian textile manufacturer, introduced a new collection of fabrics that promise zero ecological impact in terms of pollution. The name of this eco-friendly fabric line is T-Green and takes fashion one step further towards sustainability.
Hi, Thanks, Bye, the Canadian design studio founded in 2017 by Stein Wang and Topher Tong, launched its first furniture collection inspired by the Chinese-Canadian origin of its founders. The name of this first project is Collection O and it was showcased during Stockholm’s Design Week 2018. Let’s take a deeper look!
Based in New York, this young designer of Korean descent stands out with her masterful tailoring, blending contemporary design and couture standards of excellence.
Japanese know-how in the service of contemporary style? This is the hallmark of East End Highlanders, a kids’ clothing label that pays particular attention to the quality of its production.