While the sportswear trend is one of the main inspirations for designers, it now appears to share its place with tailoring. Slogan sweatshirts give way to structured suits and minimalist garments.
Elegant and intelligent, the “secret” Australian brand attracts a clientèle that appreciates high-end clothing and respects sustainable development.
Known for his athletic prowess, former world gymnastics champion, Li-Ning, today creates sharp collections, inspired by the sporting wardrobe. Away from the beams and floor mats, he adapts the athleisure trend in an energetic and modern way.
Based in Los Angeles, Boyish manufactures its jeans in line with sustainability principles using ecological fabrics that require little water or toxic products. The new chic.
What if you changed underwear to obtain a more environmentally friendly wardrobe? This is what the Australian brand Bella Eco is suggesting with the creation of entirely biodegradable underwear.
Could Spanish fashion be emerging from its shy cocoon to (finally) reveal itself in broad daylight? After Heimat Atlantica, Masscob and Wilhelmina Garcia, it is Gimaquas’ turn to play its cards right.
Marc Jacobs reveals his brand new brand, understatedly named The Marc Jacobs. In collaboration with one of the hippest stylists of her generation, Lotta Volkova, the designer has created affordable pieces with cool attitude as the focus!
A textile additive able to effectively combat nasty odours that sometimes lastingly impregnate our clothes and may even leave a few bacteria behind? This dream has become a reality thanks to the action of the Sanitized Mintactiv additive that – directly incorporated into the cotton fibre – naturally and lastingly controls these undesirable odours. In…
Blood bonds are the strongest, Côme is the undeniable proof. Created in 2014 by brother and sister Clémence and Matthieu Dru, the brand offers up ultra-desirable pieces that are as delicate as they are urban. This summer, Côme launches its first 100% ethical collection, to be snapped up without delay!
Customise your clothes to the point of being able to nearly completely change them? This is the new promise of eShakti, the American women’s ready-to-wear brand known for offering custom sizes and styles.