Men’s Fashion Week has just come to a close and our key takeaway is the following: the men’s wardrobe will be playful with an imaginative note. A pronounced touch of humour marked the men’s designers, who approached the season with narrative motifs, lots of pets and colour teamed with shine.
Thanks to technological advances and the search for tailor-made products, preparing the right daily dose of your face care is now just as easy as making yourself a cup of coffee.
Lingerie with a host of inspirations, a swimwear line with a tropical influence and refined activewear: a review of the new Rocle by Isabella products for spring/summer 2021.
The year began with a host of events during the latest Design Week Paris. Here’s a quick look at what caught our eye.
The winner of the Karl Lagerfeld Prize at the latest LVMH Prize awards, the young designer of Israeli descent presented his first official collection at the start of this year, blending urban minimalism with neo-oriental inspirations.
“Good for you and the planet” is the slogan of the new French retailer specialized in “worry-free” beauty products. Freshly launched in November 2019, Botimyst was founded by Carole Ballerini, drawing on her experience garnered (in chemistry and marketing) in the beauty world.
As the fabric manufacturer returns with a revised newsletter for the new year, we look back at its textile innovations that made their mark in 2019.
We currently live in a constantly changing and moving digital world in which brands never stop communicating about and rethinking their offering. As such, retailers must rework the rhythm of their stores, like by hosting temporary installations and events, without devoting new resources and materials to each staging…
Daniel Lee has been delighting and surprising the fashion sphere with Bottega Veneta’s new image for just over a year now. Appointed creative director following on from Tomas Maier after 17 years, Daniel Lee has met the challenge with flying colours, successfully reviving the house.
For some time now, a routine approach has established itself in new beauty care. Brands no longer sell a single product but a routine, allowing them to become a firm fixture in consumers’ everyday lives and bathrooms with several products at once.