Poetic ready-to-wear for women, Wanbing Huang’s fashion makes a striking impression with its dreamlike fabrics, real stylistic metaphors inspired by personal themes, social questions or natural elements.
The third edition of the Forum de la Mode: at the heart of a human approach, digital and creativity.
On 7 November 2018, Promostyl was present at the French Ministry of Economy and Finance for the Forum de la Mode, an annual event for the fashion and textile industry for the third consecutive time in partnership with the Ministry of Culture.
This autumn, the Swiss brand Odlo is launching a new collection of sports underwear in collaboration with the Zaha Hadid Design architecture firm. We discover functional and comfortable pieces perfect for excelling yourself!
On the hunt for new talent, Promostyl has decided to highlight the work of young Chinese designers who attracted our attention at the shows and presentations during the latest Shanghai Fashion Week for the SS19 collection.
Unisex urban fashion that falls in line with sustainable development principles while boasting an ultra-hip reputation? This is the wild gamble pulled off by Story MFG, whose duo manages to reconcile nature and ready-to-wear.
Proviz Sports is a specialist in reflective sportswear and is celebrating its 10th anniversary with an innovative new range and smart digital campaign.
It all started in Byron Bay, just a few kilometres from Brisbane. It was on the heavenly beaches of Western Australia that the Stevie May label was born in 2015, a brand with a sophisticated Bohemian aesthetic that combines sixties-inspired nonchalance with refined elegance.
This autumn, Asos is launching the White collection just for men. With basic pieces and a minimalist style, we take a look at a timeless wardrobe to wear (and re-wear) season after season…
Paris – Los Angeles – New York. It is via this inspirational urban triptych that Lisa Chavy, creative director of Undiz, last year launched Livy, a high-end lingerie label with ultra-desirable silhouettes. One year later, the brand successfully blows out its first birthday candle.
Behind a name that single-handedly evokes the plains of eastern Ukraine hides an opportunely minimalist and feminine ready-to-wear label. It’s bias? To create clothes that go beyond time and trends to shape their own reality.