Holographic fabrics are technological feats that appeared for the first time in Haute Couture looks in the latest Maison Margiela Artisanal show last February. A daring and dexterous move. Here’s how…
The starting point of Diane Ducasse, a 27-year-old stylist who trained at Studio Berçot: women are always drawn to garments from the male wardrobe, so why not create a line of clothes that has the same boyish style but that is adapted to the female body?
Created in 2013, Loup is an ultra-comfy clothing brand for babies and children with fun and fresh designs. The perfect companions for the everyday adventures of little ones. What’s more? From design to manufacture, the entire collection is 100% made in France.
It was in the heart of the capital of alternative clubbing that GmbH was founded, a collective of creators with a hybrid fashion offering that lies somewhere between anti-consumerism and iconoclastic style.
As the end of the World Cup 2018 approaches it’s particularly interesting that apart from the game fever a burst of innovation took place. Sportswear giants, like Nike and Adidas, have set the bar high by creating the most innovative football boots of all times. With the market being rather competitive, sportswear brands have to…
Odourless, colourless: British designer Jasper Morrison redesigns the modest block of soap by proposing a minimalist version. This bar of transparent soap made from glycerine, simply called ‘Soap’, turns a purely utilitarian object into a feat of design.
Sylvie Millstein, an experienced executive of the fashion industry, founded HELLESSY in 2012 and named it after her two sons Hendrix and Lennox. With origins from both France and Japan she is currently based in New York and through her collections she redefines sexy American sportswear with a dose of French finesse.
Ecology is à la mode. At least that was the message once again at London Fashion Week, with the remarkable presentation of Christopher Raeburn’s new collection.
There’s nothing like a little nostalgia! In collaboration with Asos, the Crayola brand has just released a range of beauty products directly inspired by the famous crayons that marked our childhood. Christened “Crayola Beauty”, the range includes a wide colour palette.
As the first month of the summer is synonymous with Gay Pride all around the world, ready-to-wear brands are outdoing each other in finding imaginative ways to fight for LGBTQ rights and indirectly win over new markets.