Naia, the new fibre from Eastman

At the latest Première Vision trade fair in Paris, Eastman – the manufacturer of cellulose filament yarn from sustainable resources – announced the arrival of the new version of its iconic fibre Naia. Here’s the story.

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A store with an interplay of lights and reflections

Studio 10 has designed this store spanning 120 square metres like an interplay of mirrors and reflections. Through the use and layering of reflective, translucent and transparent materials, combined with the Kvadrat green velvet curtain by Raf Simons and calibrated artificial lighting, the studio wanted to create a hierarchy between the elements and an ultra-minimalist space.

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French women’s favourite brand, known for its green nail polishes, is adding another string to its bow with the release of its very first lipstick with an almost perfect composition: vegan, boosted with super fruits, eco-friendly and refillable, corresponding perfectly to the current beauty trend.


The future of shopping is in physical stores

Even though the world is hyper-connected, technological progress is in full swing and e-commerce increasingly presents new gadgets to incite consumers to buy, physical points of sale remain the key commercial tool. Even labels that were launched in the digital arena, such as Sézane, are choosing at a certain stage of their growth to open brick-and-mortar stores. Even the giant Amazon is planning to open stores in Europe after testing the concept in the United States.

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Is the beauty world moving towards ultra-luxury? A few days ago, we were delighted to discover the brand new project from the brand with impeccable French know-how: Hermès is branching out into a new business line – beauty – with a very first collection devoted to beautiful lips.


PROMOSTYL’s report on Stockholm Design Week

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.

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